Monday, August 10, 2015

08/03/15 Review of Precious Metals and US Stocks

The majority, following the daily chatter of headlines, rumors, failed theories, and various other opinions rather than the message of the market, consistently chases. This tendency, an opinion-driven process often referred to as trader's chasing their tails, can lead to frustration and unnecessary losses.

The minority, a group of fiercely independent investors, does not chase. They use tools such as the composite timing indicator (CTI) to define direction and concentration. Up and down impulses, for example, define the trend and direction, while overbought (OB) and oversold (OS), mathematical representations of extreme concentration, flag inflection points that vary from short-term profit-taking that unwinds concentration by maintains direction to a reversal of trend.

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Updated 08/07


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