|May 22, 2016|
John, an investor from North Carolina followed me since 2007, and I trust, made money on my stock recommendations and Private Placement alerts since then called me yesterday and stated some items and had some questions.
Overall he was disappointed with Marin Armstrong (MA) and Socrates. I should also mention that John has followed MA for many years but, only by reading his Blog and he has not been to the MA conferences nor is he privy to the Socrates (SOC) Beta test Trader Level as I am.
As I told John, that although he is a smart trader, he is exactly the kind of investor who should subscribe to our Paid-for Subscription letter.
Usually I do not send out this many Free of Charge letters in one month but, I felt that the answers to some of John’s questions would benefit you, the reader, as well.
John: MA’s model is not as accurate as he clams!
Nick: It is;
John: In October MA wrote that Gold would be near a bottom in 6 month and it is not!
Nick: Yes, it is nearing a bottom but, you must realize that everything that MA reports in his Blog is based on SOC and - - that these SOC forecast and alerts change on a daily basis
Everything in the world and the Markets is connected. Markets and investors react to events in the world as they take place. Based on factual forecasts SOC is immune and oblivious to opinion.
Every morning just after 12:00 AM before the European and North American Markets open and I receive the SOC’s Beta test ‘Trader Level’ information consequently, that is a great advantage over just reading MA’s Blog.
John: MA wrote about 2023 and the model is not as accurate as he clams!
Nick: John, you are looking at what Armstrong said with regard 2023. You are so focussed on the past and the distant future. I don’t care or sweat about what happened in the past and these long-term forecasts.
Yes, long-term forecast are excellent long-term milestones to consider and they give us heads- all we are interested in today is - - making money NOW.
The reason I follow MA is that I made money with him in the nineties when his faxed recommendations to buy or sell were only based on baby SOC and today I am making money TRADING on MA’s interpretation of his new and improved SOC.
Right now I am SHORT the Russel 2000 with ???? (for Paid Subscribers only). Yes, we still want to SHORT gold. However, at this time it is trending up and for now we see no reason to rush in and to think that the TREND will break down immediately*. Whereas events in the world change every day, we may change our mind sometime in the next week when SOC tell us that the TIMING is right to SHORT Gold.
John: MA is misleading. He said do not buy Mining Shares and I have made lots of money buying Mining Shares since January!
Nick: Well my experience is that there was nothing misleading. SOC and MA called it correctly and our Subscribers, if they acted on our in-time Trading Messages, made substantial profits TRADING based on MA’s SOC (FYI: We made 280% on our investments going into April);
John: MA is so different than the rest of us!
Nick: Yes and No.
Yes, MA is the smartest man I have run into in my lifetime and his brain does functions on a superior level than the rest of us; and
No, because, he is focused on Making Money the same as the rest of us and as do most of us, he wants to make a difference in the world before he leaves it.
* Here are the SOC ‘NY Gold Futures’ Trend Indicators for tomorrow May 23, 2016:
Indicator Description... Trend
Immediate Trend ........... - Neutral -
Short-Term Momentum ....... (Bearish)
Short-Term Trend .......... (Bearish)
Intermediate Momentum ..... (Bearish)
Intermediate Trend ........ (Bearish)
Long-Term Trend ........... BULLISH
Cyclical Strength.......... BULLISH
Broader Trend ............. BULLISH
Long-Term Cyclical Trend .. BULLISH
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To emphasize the above I will end this Free of Charge letter with something stated by Martin Armstrong:
“Everything is connected. Although most traders accept time, price, and volatility as important components of analysis, a fourth component of greater importance - interrelationships - is often overlooked. The global economy is much like a rainforest with billions of lifeforms all depending on one another. To analyze and model this kind of complex environmental and societal economic system requires research that views the system as a whole, as well as its component parts, to reveal the interconnected data that lies hidden beneath the surface. This allows for the combination of small influences to cascade into larger global trends, just as removing one species in a rainforest will set off a chain reaction with unintended or unknowable results. We are incapable of constructing a rainforest because we do not understand all the subtle interconnections. We live in a Complex Adaptive Dynamic System; it is not possible to reduce such a complex system to a single cause and effect, as fundamental analysis aims to do. We recognize that history repeats, but never in the same manner, which is why we employ the use of cyclical analysis to analyze regular rhythmic patterns of oscillation. Technical analysis, when used in isolation to predict market patterns, is subjective and produces different results depending on who is performing the analysis. To eliminate the Observer Effect, we developed an innovative computer system capable of forecasting the economy on a global scale without the need for human involvement.
Our computer employs International Capital Flow Analysis that conforms to quantitative standards by monitoring interactions across major world economies. This enables us to obtain consistent long-term forecasts that reveal the complex system in its entirety, and not just a subset of all the interesting operations and processes of the system.
We hope our detailed models will act as your roadmap to the markets to help you trade with confidence. Once you understand how the economy functions, you will be able to separate myth from reality, and can observe from an interconnected perspective how markets move in one direction versus another.
Soon, you will begin to understand the trends driving the world capital markets, achieving the crucial “feel” that guides all successful traders.”
* * *Friends it’s all about profitable trading!
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