I think #604 came out pretty good considering its writing was sandwiched around a round trip to New York City. I am glad I gave
The intro page does its thing and apprises you of the details contained in this report that was remarkably easy (dare I say fun?) to
Screenshot, tell the nice people a couple hints about where we go this week. Subscribe to NFTRH Premium (monthly at USD $35.00 or a discounted
#601 is uploaded to the archive for subscribers. Please advise if by any chance you do not receive it in a timely fashion. A very
600… can you imagine that? Subscribe to NFTRH Premium (monthly at USD $35.00 or a discounted yearly at USD $365.00) for an in-depth weekly market
The intro page is a little goofy because I am using a new word processor and was fooling around a little. Plus, by the time
I got a little lazy with the intro page and I’m going to get a little lazy here as well. It’s been a lot of
A welcome email with all the information you need along with NFTRH 596 attached was sent to the email address associated with your PayPal account
This report did well by me because I was thinking one thing at the close on Friday and now I am giving at least equal
NFTRH 596 includes everything from a forward view on inflation, to the new Fed/Treasury/Government marriage that will only make it more intense when the current
The format is altered from normal even further this week. The idea is to talk about what needs to be talked about and not flog
NFTRH 594 pretty much wrote itself, had a lot more words and somewhat less charts. It’s big boy time, guys. It’s big girl time, ladies.
Pooped folks. Absolutely wrung out due to immersion in NFTRH 593, and it’s time for me to go out in the sun like a normal
 I’m actually enjoying dropping charts in there as needed too. So please consider this an auxiliary update source for when the markets get woogly.