(July 31, 2021)
MIPS Timing Systems LLC ends the tracking of three strategies and changes the names of all other strategies.
(July 14, 2021)
Equity Defense adds two new strategies to be tracked called "Equity Defense Bond Loss Offset and Extreme S&P Short."
(June 11, 2021)
Teabull Asset Timer Ltd ends the tracking of all strategies.
(April 16, 2021)
Teabull Asset Timer Ltd adds two new strategies to be tracked called "Teabull XLT Stock Market Premium and Composite Stock Market Premium."
(April 13, 2021)
RISXX Inc. adds two new strategies to be tracked called "RISXX Gold Risk Strategy and US Bond Risk Strategy."
(April 6, 2021)
ETFOptimize.com starts tracking with one new strategy called "ETFOptimize ULTIMATE 6-Model (9 ETF) Combo Strategy."
(March 18, 2021)
Trend Focused Investor (TFI) starts tracking with 4 new strategies called "TFI S&P 500 Long Only, Long/Short and Nasdaq Long Only and Long/Short."
(March 15, 2021)
ProfitScore Capital Management, Inc. changes the name of one strategy from "ProfitScore - LTSX" to "ProfitScore Equity Advantage Adaptive."
(March 13, 2021)
ProfitScore Capital Management, Inc. ends the tracking of two strategies called "ProfitScore Equity Plus and Equity Max."
Monday, August 9, 2021
The stock market looks like it is in its last few days of this mighty bull market run since March 23, 2020. Ideally, we top mid-week this week. The precious metals could have a huge 5 trading day spike up into the 16th of August, which is a sign to me that we are going into a new bear phase that could easily last into October.
All the classic signs are there: RSI, MACD, Stochastics, OBV, and A/D line failures amongst many others. The ideal 16.5 month top was due on July 7th but is running 5 weeks late. We are also in the final phase of Benner's Cycle, which last saw the 2000-2003 and 1987 bear markets and also 34 FIB years since 1987 and 89 FIB Year's since the 1932 low.
Saturday, August 7, 2021
The Australian stock market is bullish on short-to-medium-term trend analysis. Its price momentum as measured by its MACD oscillator had been negative for five weeks but went positive again a fortnight ago. The All-Ords index has been bullish on medium-to-long-term trend analysis. The index is now 7.6% above its peak before the crash of 2020.
America’s S&P500 share index is bullish on short-to-medium term trend analysis. Its MACD momentum indicator after going negative on the 16th of July has slowed to a neutral stance in the last fortnight. The US share market’s medium-to-long-term trend and momentum remain extraordinarily strong. The index is now 30.8% above its peak before the crash of 2020.
Saturday, August 7, 2021
We are on a short-term sell signal. Short term, my cycle forecast model has the next two weeks down. I look for this decline to be greater than the near 5% decline in mid-July.
Comment on indicators:
PPE: Price to Peak Earnings shows the market overvalued similar to past extremes like the extremely overvalued markets in 2000, 1987, 1973, 1966, 1929.
Market Cycle Forecast: Long decline into the end of November made up of two-week short-term drops followed by a week or so of corrective pause. Just slam pause, slam pause over and over until the end of the year.
New Active Traders Index (volume) failed to confirm the new market highs.
S&P 500 - Negative
Nasdaq - Neutral
Russell 2000 - Negative
Gold - Positive
Silver - Positive
Swiss - Positive
Sunday, August 8, 2021
The US stock market risk sunk to a low-risk rating of 17%. US tech stock risk closed lower at a low-risk level of 18%.
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