Author: Markus Skupeika

Array Directional Changes

Can be the beginning of a break-out to new trading level Major thrust in one direction which the market makes a new plateau in price movement up or down Can mark the high or low and culmination of a trend   Dow Jones Example: View the Above Example of the Dow Jones Weekly: + 11/02/2014 was beginning of new break-out + This array on 11/03, 11/10 confirmed Dow Jones would take off to new plateau in price...

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Array Turning Points

Looking at the above example, you can come to the following conclusions: A DECLINE into May would imply: + A May low + Then June showing a change in trend which may be a bounce A RALLY into May would imply: + June would imply a decline Note: Shown on top bar labeled “Composite” — it is sum of all models. They do not reflect direction, but change in trend Example of Gold Daily in January, 1980 The array was compiled was January 9, 1980 January 21 was selected as the high in the above composite There were two sets of back-to-back Directional Changes The first direction change was 5 days before the high (this marked the breakout to upside) The second direction change caught the high on 21st of...

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How To Use Forecast Arrays

Important To Understand: Market movement is extremely complex You must observe everything (all markets, etc) to notice how things are connected You must understand how everything functions — it is all connected Nothing is random… not even a drunk walking in the park late at night Nothing takes place which is disconnected from the whole   The Timing Arrays: DO Forecast Turning Points, measured on Intraday event or Closing event DO NOT Forecast specific high or low   As Martin Armstrong states, As illustrated here, sometimes the highest closing and the intraday can be as much as 4 units of time apart in separation. So that applies on a fractal basis from Daily to Yearly level.   Must Realize Markets Are Fractal: Patterns replicate through all levels of time (Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly) What happens in Daily, would replicate in Weekly, as well as Monthly.. etc Actual trend changes are confirmed from Monthly to Yearly   Measures Of Time: Daily Levels: Offer greatest “noise”, shifts in bullish/bearish all the time Weekly Levels: Offer more of counter-trend move, may be sustained for few months before resuming long-term trend. Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly Levels: confirm the actual trend   Parts of The Array: Turning Points Directional Changes Panic Cycles      ...

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Wave Cycles

Everything works in cycles. It is found that PI 3.14, is very important as Martin Armstrong has dedicated his life to. In this post, I am organizing the wave cycles to understand timing better for markets, life, and in space/time. Martin Armstrong discusses wave cycles: I have warned that the Economic Confidence Model has three distinct components. There is the main wave frequency based upon Pi of 8.6 years which builds into 6 waves forming the major wave of 51.6 years which seems to be the generational shifting wave that manifests in political changes between public and private trends....

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Everything is Connected (Gold, Euro, Dow)

I wanted to make a note of correlations that occur in not only the world/universe, but for this post… in the markets. As Martin Armstrong States about correlating events: Just look at how everything aligned. Gold peaked showing that the fear in the collapse of banking subsided as was the case with government. The peak in the Euro lined up with the bottom in the Dow as deflation prevailed. If the trend would reverse, then all three markets had to perform like dominoes. In Summary: Gold Peaked (Fear in Gov / Banking) Euro Begins Decline (Deflation) Dow Begins to...

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