On June 9, 2017, we called a top for the Russell 2000.
Chart analysis of IWM, the Russell 2000 ETF, shows where target resistance levels should reverse the current bull market. Please refer to the prior video dated April 28, 2017. We have now hit the last declining resistance target (shown as yellow lines) in the series of three. Red lateral resistance remains but odds are now favorable that a major top just occurred in the Russell 2000. Where will the Russell bottom? Subscribe to find out.
On May 5, 2017 we called the Euro Stoxx’s 3667 peak within 8 points (0.20%).
In our members’ Live Blog we stated that “the Euro Stoxx closed at an ideal level near the top end of our target range. Weekly RSI hasn’t been this overbought for over 15 years. Daily stochastics closed at 99 (max is 100). So, it’s fair to say that the Euro Stoxx is quite overbought and that its price pattern looks almost ideal for a reversal. While it appears very likely that Le Pen will NOT win the French election this weekend, that expectation appears already fully priced in.” The Euro Stoxx, peaked 8 points (0.2%) higher on the following trading day, the Monday after the French election. Where will the Euro Stoxx 50 bottom? Subscribe today to find out!
On November 29, 2015, we called the top of the US Dollar Index.
On December 3rd, the Dollar Index plunged roughly 3% after Mario Draghi of the ECB announced a disappointing stimulus package for the Eurozone economy. How did we know the ECB stimulus would disappoint? We didn’t, but the chart did. It told us unambiguously that the Dollar would weaken and the Euro would strengthen and it told us precisely where to place our Dollar and Euro orders. Where will US Dollar Index bottom? Where will the Euro top? Subscribe to find out.
On June 2, 2015 we said USDJPY would make a major top at 125 and set a 126 stop.
USDJPY actually peaked at 125.85 on June 5, for a margin of error of 0.7%, making this one of our largest “misses” to date. Still, a very good (and contrarian) call we are proud of. USDJPY has since fallen to as low as 116 on August 24th for a 7% drop – thus far. Was that THE top? Where will it bottom?Subscribeto find out.
On March 15, 2015 we called for a major top in the Dow at 18,395.
The Dow actually peaked at 18,350 on May 21. Our margin of error was 0.2%. The Dow subsequently fell almost 3000 points through the end of August. Where will the next top occur?Subscribeto find out.
On March 2nd, 2015 we top-ticked the Nasdaq 100.
For our first formal trade within Demeter Research, we top-ticked the Nasdaq 100. We shorted 5000 shares and then bought to cover 1000 share blocks on progressive new lows. This was an intermediate-term reversal in an ongoing bull market. Where will Nasdaq go in the long term?Subscribeto find out.
On January 24th, 2015 we called a short-term top in Silver.
We made the call on a public podcast and the call was exact. Where will silver finally bottom? We know.Subscribeto find out.
On January 24th, 2015 we called the bottom in Oil and Solar Stocks.
On January 24th, 2015 we bought solar stocks and First Solar in particular. Where will the energy sector mark major tops and bottoms?Subscribeto find out.