2014 Annual Forecast revisited AGAIN

Gann intraday forecasting

Pictured above is the picture of our 2014 annual forecast from March 21 2014 to March 21 2015. The forecast was first posted April 11th, 2014 (CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK). When we first published this, we had all kinds of comments. Some doubters questioned when the dips were bigger than the actual market this year. We would get occasional emails, “Is that really going to happen?” But now every other email we get is about this forecast.

We actually revisited the forecast on the site to warn investors on September 11th. (CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK). Most of our clients and recipients of our Gann Trading By The Numbers seminar were already selling out longs and buying puts at the time. All of our relatives exited their mutual funds and retirement funds. How are you doing with the crash?

Well guess what bitches? We’re here! See the GREEN ARROW in the forecast above. Again, this is the same forecast and picture posted in April. And its gonna get worse before it gets better. Others have asked us why we posted this for free. Don’t worry, our clients and seminar recipients also received Gann’s “second curve,” letting us know exactly what the bottom will be and how far it will be from the top. And don’t forget, our clients get forecast more detailed than this every day.

In our September post revisiting this forecast, our quote was,

“with the global turmoil, we can easy imagine this to be a sudden geopolitical event.”

Now Ebola is in the background of all market news. The fact that oil furiously and out of nowhere led the way down means maybe someone expects that there will be a sudden lack of demand for oil. Like maybe shutting down all international flights? Hmmmm…

The question remains- why are you jacking around with quant formulas and Cramer when you can learn to do this type of forecasting? Don’t waste another minute. Check out our “W. D. GANN: MAGIC IN THE MARKETS” Course. Or, you can keep on just studying moving averages, renkos, and that cool MACD…

DISCLAIMER: The examples above are given as demonstrations of technical analysis and are therefore hypothetical and not actual trades. They do not represent actual account results nor include the entirety of all predictions we make. THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE. THIS INFORMATION IS EDUCATIONAL, AND NOT INTENDED FOR YOU TO TRADE OR INVEST WITH. THE INFORMATION IS NOT INTENDED TO CAUSE ANY FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS TO BE MADE.

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