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Market Timing Brief™ for the 5-19-2017 Close (5-25-2017 China Update): What the Clinton Impeachment Did to the Stock Market in 1998. Market Timing the Mueller Russia Investigation.

A Market Timing Report based on the 5-12-2017 Close, published Sunday, May  21, 2017 I deliver focused comments on market timing once or twice a week.  These are supplemented with daily “Tweets/StockTwits” (see links below). UPDATE 5-25-17: Chinese Market Timing … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief™ for the 8-12-2016 Close (Updates 8-15-2016 and 8-16-2016*New Charts): SP500 Index Holds Marginal New High. Gold Stalls. Rates Ease Again.

A Market Timing Report based on the 8-12-2016 Close, published Sunday August 14th, 2016 I deliver focused comments on the markets.  These are supplemented with “Tweets/StockTwits” (see links below). UPDATE 8-16-2016: Market timing the China ETF vs. other BRIC Members … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief for the 5-01-2015 Close with 5-10-2015 UPDATE: Stocks Falter at a High. Gold Loses Some Luster. Rates Rising But Nearing Resistance.

A Market Timing Report based on the 5-01-2015 Close, published Saturday May 2nd, 2015 I deliver extremely FOCUSED comments on the markets.  These are supplemented with “Tweets/StockTwits” (see links below). UPDATE 5-10-2015: Dr. Yellen, our esteemed Fed Chair said U.S. … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief for the 4-17-2015 Close: Stocks Correct in Their Up Trend. Rates Are Falling. Gold is a Trade and Insurance.

A Market Timing Report based on the 4-17-2015 Close, published Sunday April 19th, 2015 UPDATE for the Big Markets We Follow Published 4-26-2015 (Update 2 on a subscriber email is below these comments…) SP500 Index: stopped at 2117.69 on Friday, … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief for the 1-02-2015 Close: Stocks Reverse Lower. Gold Falters. Rates Fall Again.

A Market Timing Report based on the 1-02-2015 Close, published Sunday January 4, 2015 The S&P 500 Index failed a breakout and turned lower.  I believe it is just a pullback in a Bull trend.  Sentiment got a bit high … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief for the 12-26-2014 Close: Stocks Reach New Highs. Gold Falters as Rates Rise, But Rates May Make a U-turn Here!

A Market Timing Report based on the 12-26-2014 Close, published Sunday December 28th, 2014 U.S. Markets reached new highs in both large and small cap markets in the U.S. as we may have entered a sweet spot where the Fed … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief for the 12-19-2014 Close: Fed Santa Claus Stock Market Rally. Oil Stock Party Nearly Over? Gold Slipping. Rates Rising for A Bit.

A Market Timing Report based on the 12-19-2014 Close, published Sunday December 21, 2014 If you have not seen the update of last week’s post, you really should look at it before continuing (chart at top of last week’s post … Continue reading

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