Also, I have come to the point where I feel that the type of work I do is worth a bit of a raise in subscription fees. It will not be drastic, but the fee has not been adjusted in NFTRH's 3.5 years in business and will be implemented on May 1, 2012. The letter is of much higher quality - and is much more work - than it was in the days when I was a brand spanking new writer. It has been a progression to which I have been drawn. I almost do not have a choice, as I try to just follow what increasingly complex market dynamics demand.
Existing subscribers and those who join prior to the end of April will be locked in at current subscription fees for as long as the subscription is open.
I'd love to welcome you to the next level dear free blog reader who is only getting a fraction of the information and performance that I have to offer. ;-)
Meanwhile, this just came in from a long time subscriber who has been with me from the intense days of Armageddon '08 through this moment:
"Love this, Gary!! I know you don't want to be running a trading service, and I respect that. But this kind of occasional advisory about buying opps and prices targets near market bottoms (as you did back in 2008) is a HUGE help to subscribers like me who simply don't have the time to trade and are looking to establish longer-term positions. Keep 'em coming. (And if you DO decide to sell your other business and run a trading service after all, sign me up! :-)" --Stephen
Edit (2:12) Adding another subscriber's thoughts because she articulates something that I'm not sure I put forward enough... NFTRH is not just technical analysis. In fact, it is macro fundamentally oriented while using technical tools like ratio charts, among other things. Straight technical analysis is almost secondary.
"I for one, appreciate ALL information you provide. Very valuable for me, especially because you combine TA w/ fundamentals." --GC
"Thanks for the excellent service Gary. You help give shape to a difficult market." --Pierre