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Phase Transition v Plateau Move

QUESTION: Martin, I am looking forward to attending the WEC next week in Orlando. I have a question about the ECM, stock market alignment, and a phase transition. I [...]

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Fear of Heights – Vertical Markets

The rally in the US share market has been a VERTICAL MARKET as our computer has been warning would unfold. A VERTICAL MARKET is one that takes off yet leaves the [...]

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Being Humble is Required for Trading

QUESTION: I have a personal question. You have said that what you know has been taught to you by your clients. People who attend your WEC say you are humble and [...]

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It Takes Opposites

QUESTION: If hoarding and the flow into private equity is the way out of government debt obligations, does this point to an eventual rise on the low volumes of [...]

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Teaching Courses

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I would like to begin by expressing my appreciation for what you are doing. I have learned far more about economics reading your blog than [...]

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Moving Averages and Stochastic – Not Trading Tools but Good Confirming Tools

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What is your view of moving averages? Can they really be used for trading? Thank you KL ANSWER: No. Moving averages and stochastics are [...]

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Panic Cycles are Different From Volatility

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Your model called for a Panic Cycle on the 8th and Directional Change in the Dow. Then a rise in volatility starting the 9th. So the [...]

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US Share Market Broad Overvaluation Index – One of the Best Leading Indicators We Have Ever Created

QUESTION: Marty; back in the 1980s you would show your proprietary index on the overvaluation of the broad share market filtered in currency and capital flows. You [...]

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Experience is Everything

COMMENT: Experience is everything. Your interpretation of your model is also invaluable because you have grown up through life observing the order within chaos it [...]

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Vertigo & Trading

There are at lot of professional traders who really lack the in-depth knowledge of the historical track record of how markets really trade because they have not [...]

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