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I would like to make a comparison between traditional charting and my techniques. Let us look first at some older but highly volatile situations. The Nasdaq 100 index, when this index was really flying. Two key levels had been established on the weekly chart. A peak at 2070.6 and a low around 1656, a 25% range measured from the low. Technical analysts would consider these levels as being of significance, if not major levels. We had the same levels with one HUGE difference. We had forecast the important levels between 8 and 12 weeks before the market traded at the prices. Our numbers were 2066 (actual high 2071) and 1656 (actual lows 1657 and 1655). Markets are not random, they are predictable. Spotting highly profitable targets, days and weeks before the event, is normal. Spotting them months before is less common but not that unusual. So what else did we predict well in advance? Here just a few examples of the major ones that I can remember (there are thousands of examples from day trading). Short Term Trading EuroFX futures. A 15m chart Predicted range, which lasted for the next 2 hours, was 1.3950 down to 1.3923. Actual trading - Three tests on the top. 1.3950, 1.3952 & 1.3951. Average error 1 tick One test of the low - 1.3923. No error - Exactly correct. EuroFX futures. A 60m chart The following day the market was near its recent highs around 1.3970. Predictions were that support was at 1.3938 and a high probability that it would be tested. 14 hours later and no test had been seen but no significant new highs were made either. Then the U.S. unemployment figures were released and the market exploded upwards, as expected by many, BUT then unexpectedly (for them) it reversed sharply and made new lows. It touched our forecast level of 1.3938 EXACTLY, was confirmed by our key reversal point (error less than 2 ticks but let's call it 2 ticks = $25 per contract), and then exploded back to the upside to make new highs. Now you might think this story has a happy ending for the Euro "Bulls". The fact is that we had predicted the new highs would fail to hold and we were right again. The market stayed within that hour's trading range for the next 18 hours without going a single tick higher. Previous Longer Term Forecasts (Proving that it's not a fluke) The Dollar/Yen top in 1998 was forecast as a major multi year top. 16 years later it still hasn’t been breached.  The market fell over 45%. The lows of the 2009 stockmarket crash (See Dow Special for more detail) The October 2000 low in the Euro which was publically predicted at the Futures and Options World Expo in Zurich, in front of a large group of Swiss bankers and fund managers. Over 14 years later, this low is still intact. Unexpected Major Events (Black Swans) Even the September 11th terrorist attack didn't create any major problems for our forecasting techniques. We had targets well below where the stockmarkets were trading before the attack and even the Nasdaq 100 only closed below our downside target for just two days before starting a major rally. Then we were ready for the major rally with accurate upside targets already in place. 2008 (Stockmarket rallied 6.3% in 4 days) The July 2008 S&P e-mini low we had forecast correctly within 1 tick. That is a downside of risk of just $12.50 per contract before a major rally of worth over $2,000 per contract in 4 days. You could have also traded the July lows in the Dow which had a different pattern but very similar outcome. Day trading using timed trades This is taken from a type of trade that I use over and over again. The methods show me levels in a falling market that are much safer to buy at and also how long it is safe to hold the position for. Imagine that the market is falling and falling fast. For example, the Dow is trading around 17750. Every bid seems to be getting hit hard and the system says either buy at 17733 and you can hold it for 8 minutes from now or buying now is too risky. Now 8 minutes might sound like no time at all but in a fast moving market it is a lifetime. Often I could buy the 17733 level, see a minor move against me (which is always covered with a stop) and sell within 2 or 3 minutes for 30 or 40 points profit. If the market comes down lower I can now see whether the level is safe to buy at again or the next level I should wait for and repeat the profit taking operation (perhaps this time with more time to hold the position for a larger profit). One client told me that in a strongly rising market he had decided to sell the market 11 times during the day and had made money on 10 of the trades. The 11th had been a minor loss. The trend may be your friend but if you know where the trend makes short term reversals and why it reverses, you can make significant profits with minimal risk. Remember these are actual key price levels you are seeing not an indicator saying that the market is oversold below 30 (and even more oversold at 20 while you lose more money). _______________________ Intra-day highs and lows are forecast correctly every day. What do I mean by correctly? A significant change in trend takes place with an insignificant price move against your position. In other words very low risk trades. Are we ever wrong? Of course we are, but making money is about recognising any mistakes quickly. As we know the levels in advance we can proactively monitor the activity, as it hits the critical levels, and not be reactive to a loss. The long term result is then higher profits.    
Malcolm Blazey F.S.T.A. C.F.Te.
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