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April 21, 2016 | Market Manipulation

Is author of the newsletter Cycles News and Views and his site Cyclesman.com which provides investors with a place where they can obtain truthful, non biased, factual information about the financial markets. Tim's primary focus is on the stock market, specifically the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500, the Gold market, the Dollar and T-Bonds. The information presented in his website, Cyclesman.com, is based on technical analysis and not on the Hope and Hype heard by the so-called mainstream "analysts."

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  • Avatar DaveintheUK says:

    Tim, a question.

    Are you syrew the 9 year cycles in gold and silver always work?

    For instance, in 1980, gold and silver made tops practially on the same day, well it was 21 January 1980 for gold, I belive silver made a couple of tops around that date.

    However, in 2011, silver made its cycle high near $50 in early May. Both gold and silver had a good pullback (well, silver absolutely crashed) into the early summer and then in September, gold made its bull market high, with silver failing to confirm by stalling out at $44. Now I know that is not a year long cycle but there was a clear difference between the gold and silver cycles at that point, even though they were in sync back in 1980.

    I would also like to ask about the 1990s stock market cycles. I saw a graphic that described the stock market cycle from 1990-998 as one single cycle and not two 4 year cycles. That would then be the largest cycle ever (8 years, even longer than the present one). Between 1991 and 1998 there was not a decline in the Dow Jones Industrials (DJIA) that looks at all significant, in fact none that is as large as the 2011 mid-cycle decline that happened in this present 2009 to 2015/2016 bull market. If the 2011 decline was not a cycle low then why is one of the lesser mid-1990s declines a cycle low in Tim’s analysis? I don’t understand this.

    Is it not possible that 1991-1998 was an 8 years cycle and 2009-2016 is also an 8 year cycle? Furthermore, the 1998 decline at the end of that long cycle was not a particularly big one, smaller than the one after 2000 and the one in 2008.

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