Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Spontaneous NFTRH Promo...
Blogger's image uploader is on the fritz, and to a chart guy that can be err, kind of bad. I had a weekly chart of the S&P 500 ready to go with a theme that questioned the nature of the most recent failure of the weekly EMA 20; in other words, is it a healthy dump prior to bull resumption or one that signals a major bear trend. I'll get to it when blogger stops malfunctioning.
Anyway, isn't it about time we had a casual conversation, you and me? Sure it is. You are a dear visitor and I am a financial blogger, I guess. But that term sounds so lame because anybody with an opinion can pop up a blog and make like someone worth listening to.
I have had my share of wrong way leanings but as was the case last summer with the gold-silver ratio reversal, the key is in the identification of actionable trends and then being among the first onto them; not in boldly making predictions left and right and then vigorously touting the good calls.
Here we will be more mature, and we will have a higher level of respect for ourselves than the broad casino that passes for financial markets and associated media. Nobody has a crystal ball, but everybody should have a set of tools that keep them safe and sound on the right course. This is especially important at a time like now, with over sold, over bearish markets on the rebound and some important price manipulators behind closed doors about to pretend to control things.
I feel my talent is in cutting through the bullshit to a sufficient degree to always keep my eye on the ball to be ready for whatever presents itself in this wild environment. Subscribers will note that NFTRH analysis has thoroughly prepared us for this moment, even as we deal with the lack of definitive answers from a crystal ball. Capital preservation as appropriate, and also being brave (and bullish) as appropriate.
Macro fundamentals, nominal technicals, intermarket ratio technicals and some deeply held beliefs regarding the big picture come together the help NFTRH subscribers manage the intermediate swings that provide these opportunities to preserve and deploy capital. If you feel at all confused right now, you might think about a subscription because while I think this is a high quality blog, much of the picture is purposely left out, for obvious reasons.
You can check out NFTRH here: http://www.biiwii.com/NFTRH/subscribe.htm
Now, let me go see if that uploader is working yet. ;-)