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Stock Markets About to Go “Vertical” Plus a Cryptocurrency Update (VIDEO) by, Gabriel Grammatidis

  I) US Stock Market: US Equities About to Go “Vertical.” A vertical market ideally develops out of a well-established strong & smooth that starts a final exhaustion trend move. This leads prices to go “vertical” within a short period of time. Gabriel has a strong sense that this is occurring right now, based on a Futures price pattern. As explained in the video, the trigger is a subtle, but powerful visual price pattern (S2 Turtle) that developed on the Daily chart. This has the potential to kick-start the very …

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November 2020 System Quality Number® Report The SQN® Report by, Van K. Tharp

  If you would like to read this article in a downloadable pdf format, click here. There are numerous ETFs that track everything from countries, commodities, currencies and stock market indices to individual market sectors. ETFs provide a wonderfully easy way to discover what’s happening in the world markets. I apply a version of my System Quality Number® (SQN®) score to measure the relative performance of numerous markets in a world model. The Market SQN score uses the daily percent change for input over a 100-day period. Typically, a Market SQN …

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November 2020 Market Update Bull Normal Market Type by, Van K. Tharp, PhD

  If you would like to read this article in a downloadable pdf format, click here. I always say that people do not trade the markets; they trade their beliefs about the markets. In that same way, I’d like to point out that these updates reflect my beliefs. I find the market update information useful for my trading, so I do the work each month and am happy to share that information with my readers. However, if your beliefs are not similar to mine, then this information may not be useful …

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Gratitude By, D.R. Barton, Jr.

  “Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude.”—A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh ***Warning — You are about to be issued a personal challenge. As hard as it is to believe — there are traders and investors who read this weekly missive, study Van’s materials, and STILL believe that the psychological aspect of trading isn’t that important. Here’s my challenge — do the two exercises at the end of this article. If your trading and your experience of life (i.e. …

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Update on Cryptoassets as of November 16th, 2020 By, Van K. Tharp, PhD

  Market Summary The Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index closed Monday, November 16th at 660.18 after being at 503.25 last month and following a low of 217.82 in early March. BTC hit a new 12-month high Monday of $16,713. It’s estimated to cost between $12,000 to $14,000 to mine a single BTC and now that we are over $16K, the miners should be doing very well. All of those who joined the Super Trader program under our GBTC program are doing quite well. At the close on Monday, November 16th, GBTC …

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October 2020 System Quality Number® Report The SQN® Report by, Van K. Tharp, Ph.D.

  If you would like to read this article in a downloadable pdf format, click here. There are numerous ETFs that track everything from countries, commodities, currencies, and stock market indices to individual market sectors. ETFs provide a wonderfully easy way to discover what’s happening in the world markets. I apply a version of my System Quality Number® (SQN®) score to measure the relative performance of numerous markets in a world model. The Market SQN score uses the daily percent change for input over a 100-day period. Typically, a Market SQN …

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October 2020 Market Update Bull Volatile Market Type by, Van K. Tharp, PhD

If you would like to read this article in a downloadable pdf format, click here. I always say that people do not trade the markets; they trade their beliefs about the markets. In that same way, I’d like to point out that these updates reflect my beliefs. I find the market update information useful for my trading, so I do the work each month and am happy to share that information with my readers. However, if your beliefs are not similar to mine, then this information may not be useful to …

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The Great Covid Migration By, D. R. Barton, Jr.

  Chances are that you’ve seen it in your own neighborhood or heard about it from friends and family. College students moving home as universities switched to remote classes. Gig and restaurant workers leaving city centers as lockdowns shuttered their employers. Folks afraid of catching Covid relocating out to the suburbs, where avoiding others is easier. Those are just three examples of one great migration that’s played out in America this year. Far from being random, the patterns are clear in who’s moving where. Long after Covid goes away, the …

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Update on Cryptoassets as of October 15th, 2020 By, Van K. Tharp, PhD

  If you would like to read this article in a downloadable pdf format, click here. Market Summary Yesterday, October 14th, the Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index was at 503.25 after finishing last month at 485.85 and following the low of 217.82 in early March. Two months ago we reached new 12 month highs and then the market immediately corrected. The most recent BTC halving took place on May 11th. BTC miners as a whole now produce 6.25 BTC every ten minutes which is down from 12.50 prior to the halving. It …

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Colder Weather is Coming So Avoid These Stocks Like the Plague (or Short ‘Em) by, D.R. Barton, Jr.

  Amid this summer’s economic pain, continued cases of COVID, and lockdown restrictions, the outdoors have been a bright spot. For individuals, it’s been where we’ve been able to see friends and family without too much risk of catching COVID. For bars, restaurants, and cafes, the open air has allowed them to serve customers and take in a little money. Now, fall is settling in and temperatures are dropping, especially in northern states, it’s going to make the outside much less appealing. COVID cases are already resurging and as people …

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