Cycle Review

By: readtheticker | Fri, Feb 1, 2013
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When looking into the future cycle theory is the best tool available. Let's review some critical cycles to see how 2013 may turn out.

The Nikkei 225 popped up as expected. However the pop has completed the easy money move.

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Down Transports cycle works like clock work.

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The Semiconductor index showing a top is due. We all know Intels view of the world (slow chip growth that equals slow personal computer growth).

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The oil trend has popped up as expected. However is seems the trend is lagging and slow.

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China index (SSEC) popped up as expected as well. Easy money completed, slow grind or topping now.

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These cycles show the first half of 2013 should be better than the second half. Cycles are must for looking forward, sorry folks trend lines don't bend !

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