On a weekend where I took my daughter to Boston for two nights of voice coaching/recording, needed to watch the Patriots game (on DVR) and
First report of 2015 and it seems to be well grounded and on plan. This one helped me personally to qualify and quantify my views
NFTRH 323 ends the year in the same fashion as we began, calmly portraying what is in play within the market’s swings, laying out probabilities
NFTRH 322 covered the usual range of markets, from US to global stocks to precious metals and commodities to currencies and indicators. It also included
A solid 33 page market report that went further into some economic nuts and bolts than originally planned. Hence, it went out late and this
At the prodding of an NFTRH subscriber who was combing through old issues, I went back and read NFTRH 7, from November of 2008 and
A good report that departs from some of the nuts and bolts (so much so that I forgot to include the usual currency segment, which
“Thanks Gary. I appreciate your promptness and will re-subscribe shortly [ed: ‘WR’ requested a change from monthly to annual]. Also, I should tell you, I
It’s a global game of Whack-a-Mole (currency devaluation) and in this game certain countries and economic zones make sense in some ways. Japan for instance
A snapshot of current daily technicals… Precious Metals GLD is just above very tentative support. Does not mean much however, until it closes above the
We begin the report with some interesting developments in the Semiconductor Equipment sector, which is where it (‘it’ being the phase where a Semi Equip.
Actually it was out much earlier but I had to get it in the can and run this morning. So now I am back and
From reader MM today… “Very interesting recent note on gold & silver. (I’m not a subscriber, by the way). Especially the two specially selected advisors
Bright and early on a Saturday an abbreviated (and really easy to read; funny how that goes) NFTRH 316 is mailed to subscribers.