John Cleese Cycle Method on Small Cap Stocks

By: readtheticker | Wed, Jul 27, 2011
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John Cleese

Seriously, with the right tools in the shed, and some fairly basic advice from Barry Ritholtz of BigPicture blog you will most likely be crowned smarter than 90% of the hedge funds out there. We think even John Cleese either in or out of character could profit in the stock market.

The cliché 'is easy once you know how' couldn't be more true. Success comes from knowing the market phase and the management of swings between troughs and peaks along the way (ie cycles). Knowing the market phase is the same as the surgeon knowing which leg to operate on, if he doesn't know he is going to mess up, like a surgeon you must know the market phase the market is in before you act. This is why our website heralds Wyckoff, Gann and Hurst as legends (learn as much as you can about Wyckoff 2.0).

Market Phases

Review the next chart to spot the phases, and tradeable cycles within it. If you can then you can profit.

S&P Small Cap 600




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