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You Are Going To Get Blindsided

By: Steve Bauer | Monday, January 14, 2013

For those of you who have been following me you know that both my time tested (50+ years) Fundamental - Valuation Analytics and my Technical Work are calling for a meaningful Pull-Back in the Stock Market.

Forecasts

You may also know that my Forecasts for both the General Market and Specific Securities and ETFs is / are very Accurate. Performance for 2012 was very good in a miserable year.

Technically speaking, if you follow my Public Chart List - you will see my very unique and profitable work on My Inflection Points for Primary Cycles and Secondary Cycles. This is true for both Bullish and Bearish environments. Have a close look at page 2 and 3 of my listing. Click here: http://stockcharts.com/public

Using this URL you can just scroll down to my name - Steve Bauer. It is usually in the high 70s or low 80s on the Public List. Upon opening my Charts you will note that you can become a Follower and Vote each time you open my Charts. I hope you find this work of interest and will want to participate.

You also know, from this past years articles here in SafeHaven.com that I have Identified, on the button, unique time frames when I will take Bullish positions in a Bearish Primary Cycle and Bearish positions in a Primary Bullish Cycle. This has been clearly proven and clearly documented here in SafeHaven.com via my flow of articles and June through September 13 Buy Recommendations in a Bearish environment.


The below article has been on my mind for over a week and I believe the author does a very good job at providing you a very clear warning of what is going to happen to you as an Investor. Being "Blindsided" is amongst the worst of all experiences. I hope you will make it your resolve to be Very Cautious - It's Going to Happen and I Can Help!

Unfortunately, these - many, many Blog articles require you to Follow many, many people / authors. That is indeed a difficult undertaking and almost never will give you much guidance and direction in the process of managing your portfolio(s) profitable. I have proven this past year, and in each previous year, in my many articles that my "stuff" is both accurate and profitable.

Here is an article that you should Ponder for much time: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/stock-market-will-blindside-investors-in-2013-2013-01-01

It requires a great deal of my time to do the proper amount of research and then write each Specific article. I am sensitive about having response from my readers and for the several years I have been faithfully posting my articles. Plain and simple put - - the response has been pathetic. So, I am cutting back on providing my specific guidance to a point where, I believe my articles cannot be used or misused for you to make money. Henceforth, I will write from time to time more generic articles like this one. My Saturday - Market Wrap may or may not continue? If you want to be on my private mail list please send me an Email and we can get acquainted.


I sincerely hope, you will want to Email and visit a bit with me. Email Address: senorstevedrmx@yahoo.com


Smile, Have Fun - "Investing Wisely,"

 

Author: Steve Bauer

Steven H. Bauer, Ph.D.

Steve Bauer

Steve has several degrees, i.e. post graduate degrees and doctorate and a great deal of (too much) continued education. For seven years, he did a stent as a University Professor of Finance and Economics.

Dr. Bauer also writes for SeekingAlpha.com. His articles can be viewed at: http://seekingalpha.com/author/steven-bauer?source=search_general&s=steven-bauer

He owned a privately held asset management firm and managed individual investor and corporate accounts as a Registered Investment Advisor - for over 40 years.

Professionally he is a financial analyst and private asset manager / consultant / mentor.

Steve can be reached at senorstevedrmx@yahoo.com

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