SP500 Wall and Kitchin Cycle Review

By: readtheticker | Tue, Dec 3, 2013
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There is cycles in the data, and the Wall and Kitchin cycle do matter. Time to review.

A double swing down with the 1/3 Kitchin and Wall cycle will be hard for the market to hold off. Talk of the December taper will be blamed, but in truth buyers have dried up at all time highs, volume is low and folks need volatility to make money, therefore a down swing has high odds into XMAS!

Know how to swing!

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