Jonas Elmerraji, CMT, is Seven Figure Publishing's in house quantitative analyst. He is also a contributor to Technology Profits Daily. Jonas has been with Agora Financial/Seven Figure Publishing since 2009. In 2017, his proprietary trading strategy beat the markets by over 20%.
Since 1928, there are only 14 years that have started as good as 2019. But that really doesn’t mean anything for predicting the markets… So let’s take a look at what the data actually says about what happens next.
The usual suspects in the financial media get it wrong again. This is actually only the second-longest bull run ever, and today our data expert crunches the numbers and gives you his market forecast.
Trade war drama has caused stocks to slump lower five out of the past six days. Digging deeper into the data, however, shows some strong positive signs for a major run-up in stocks. This is why we could see a stock boom like it’s 1990 all over again.
A cluster of Kinetic Windows are coming to an end today — giving us the signal to close some positions. Here’s your exit plan for several of your open trades…
As I told you Friday, we’re kicking off the week with a new trade. Price correlation and a better future performance gives this trade a huge Kinetic Score. Get in now while the window is open.
Markets are closed today for Good Friday. Regular trading opens back up Monday morning, and Archimedes is signaling our next buying opportunity!
The market’s fast pace higher this year has bullish implications for stock prices over the next six months. Yet, many Wall Street elites remain skeptical of the rebound rally since they were burned in late 2018.
It’s useful to know how a collection of 300 or so market professionals gathered together on Wall Street feel about the market. And right now, they’re feeling pretty good.
Using the Kinetic strategy, we are able to beat the markets by taking advantage of the tail wind concept. Similar to flying a plane, this tail wind will propel our profits quickly to new heights.
The old Wall Street wisdom says that “this time it’s different” are the four most expensive words in the English language. It seems like it’s a lesson that gets relearned at least once in a generation. And whenever that happens, it’s usually painful for those involved… but how meaningful are these tremors in the grand scheme of things?