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The Dow Held the Reversal 17120

By admin / June 28, 2016

A number of emails are coming in about how, even in a panic, the Reversal system held. The Dow crashed only within a two-day reaction. It elected the first minor Daily Bearish at 17434 on Friday. We saw the Dow fall to 17063 intraday and close at 17140.24 while holding the 17120 level. We warned […]

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Dow – Down & Dirty?

By admin / June 25, 2016

The Dow has been bouncing off the Reversals as well. Despite being above 17800, it would fail to close above that. The question becomes WHEN will the Dow breakout to test new highs with the next target zone in the 21,000 to 23,000 area? With the closing on Friday below the first Minor Weekly Bearish […]

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Buy the Rumor – Sell the News

By admin / June 23, 2016

Our numbers today are 1259.30 in gold nearest futures, 1.4830 in the cash pound, and 18018 in the DOW. Gold has crashed the testing the key support again, and the Dow rallied but also failed to breach the key resistance. As with all this, the markets have pushed to extremes. Our model shows it really […]

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Dow Update June 16, 2016

By admin / June 16, 2016

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Dow-UpdaTE-6-16-2016.mp4 The Dow was doing well with the prospect of a rate hike until the Jobs Report. While on the one hand it appears that the Dow has declined because the Fed failed to raise rates, there is something else lurking behind the curtain. The Reversals are working perfectly defining where trends breakout and where […]

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Is the Fed Losing Credibility?

By admin / June 15, 2016

The Federal Reserve pushed back plans to raise its benchmark short-term interest rate, which was widely expected following the Jobs Report. Yet, this was not a credible day for the Fed in the least as they are starting to appear confused and schizophrenic. Fed credibility is beginning to create a crisis behind the scenes that is […]

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BREXIT v Yellen

By admin / June 6, 2016

  The debate shifted following the Jobs Report, and people now assume that the Fed will not raise rates. Hence, we have a bounce in gold and the euro. That makes no fundamental sense regarding gold since higher rates indicate inflation and lower rates warn of deflation. The real confusion has been that most only focus […]

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Jobs v Asset Inflation

By admin / June 5, 2016

The job market collapsed in May as the Labor Department reported on Friday that the nation’s economy added only 38,000 jobs. The experts were expecting a modest gain of 150,000 jobs. Additionally, there were actually 59,000 fewer new jobs in March and April than previously estimated. Then, looking closely at the 38,000 new jobs that […]

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