This topic focuses on issues relating to trends in the financial markets.
The topics here are more timely and immediate in nature. These topics may have value only until a new trend is found.
Trends may change as fast as within the same day, even in minutes or less. Typically in our experience, trends tend to be short term in nature, anywhere from weeks to 6-12 months. Trends can last longer, however if they become the norm, they of course could not be classified as a trend by definition.
Please keep in mind that our views on the markets may change at any time without further notice, and we may not update the following articles just because the trend has changed. This would be highly time-consuming for us at this point. However, in the future we may offer a service for more rapid and frequently updated information.
Again, keep in mind the information below is good at time of post and is subject to change without notice.
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