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Ross Clark has worked forty years in the investment business both as a trader and analyst in the commodity futures business and until recently as an financial advisor and technical analyst with a major investment firm. Ross is well known for his proprietary technical tools which in an integrated fashion, his methods have been successful in credit spreads, the yield curve, industrial commodities, currencies, precious metals and equity markets. His work contributes to a weekly report written for the portfolio manager and individual investor and, which publishes on opportunity, supplements the skills of both personal investors and professional traders.

September 26th, 2023 | Real M2 Money Stock

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - The record y/y decline in M2 is just a correction within the rising trend.

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Typically in bubbles, the recession starts when stock speculation fails.

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February 27th, 2022 | SPY and DIA Call Options

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Here is one of the four correlations we used to identify January 25th and February 24th as tradable lows. SPY and DIA call options more than doubled in the first forty-eight hours. S

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Without the use of Bloomberg, here is our interpretation.

January 1st, 2022 | S&P 500

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - The methodical uptrend since the Super Capitulation low in March 2020 resulted in two overbought Exhaustion alerts and numerous daily Springboard Buy alerts which became timely entries for option traders. Our models suggest the next correction will be the deepest since 2020.

November 30th, 2021 | Russell 2000

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Russell 2000 action following the hard corrections noted by

November 11th, 2021 | NASDAQ 100

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Nov 5th: The NASDAQ 100 generated a rare CAP II buy on October 4th and rallied over 2,000 points. It entered an upside Exhaustion mode as of November 4th for the 22nd time since January 2000. Only five did not roll over within the next week and then drop to the 34-day ema.

October 8th, 2021 | NASDAQ 100

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - The NDX triggered our CAP II buy signal on October 4th for only the 10th time in thirty years. They had common characteristics in the following days. Capitulations, Exhaustions and Springboards are our specialties.

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Good looking Spring of support in gold following Capitulation alert June 21st. Initial target of 38% retracement from May high.

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - The upside Exhaustions, daily/weekly Sequential 9 sell setups and weekly outside reversal were a classic precursor for the current collapse in gold prices.

April 24th, 2021 | Gold (Active Futures)

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Gold spent the better part of the last week testing the Fibonacci 38% retracement resistance ($1783) from the January high and satisfies the optimum rally from our Capitulation bottom at $1683.

April 4th, 2021 | Gold Active Futures

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Nice action off the buy signal Tuesday. GLD call options up over 100% by the end of the week.  

March 10th, 2021 | Gold (Active Futures)

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Gold bottomed in our anticipated time and price window under $1700 with a weekly Sequential Buy Setup and our first Downside Capitulation Alert since last March.

January 26th, 2021 | GME

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Unfortunately this wasn’t previously on our watch list, but it does fit the signals we have programmed into our models. It has gone from a monthly Sequential 9 and weekly downside Capitulation in August 2019 to upside Trifecta Exhaustion in January 2021.  

January 17th, 2021 | Canadian Dollar

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - A roll in crude oil or the CRB will be negative for the Canadian Dollar. The currency already has daily and weekly Sequential 9 Sell Setups so the sale of call options (2% out of-the-money) looks attractive.

January 2nd, 2021 | Agricultural Index

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - April produced a downside Capitulation in the DBA ETF followed by a successfully tested low in July when we recommend call options. The GSCI Agricultural Index (with a longer track record) has now rallied 40% and appears ready to correct before the next leg to the upside

December 3rd, 2020 | Dow Industrials

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Classic election year strength through December. The stop in the Dow and S&P is now comfortably above the Nov 2nd reversal. It should be raised once the lower Keltner Band moves above the Nov 19th low.

December 3rd, 2020 | Gold and Silver

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - When gold and silver generate concurrent TD Sequential 7 or 9 Buy Setups you can look for a minimum of a 38% retracement rally in gold as achieved today.

November 25th, 2020 | British Petroleum

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - British Petroleum was a great reversal from a monthly Sequential 9 Buy Setup, weekly Sequential 13 and weekly Capitulation. Targets remain the weekly TDST at 24.61 and 50-month ema over $33. As always, optimum option trades were call options with a minimum of 45 days to expiry.

November 15th, 2020 | Dow Industrials

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - Classic upside seasonal reversal on Nov 2nd from an election period low. Sequential 9 Setups in Dow, S&P and Russell on Friday. We have key support levels to watch until year end.

October 31st, 2020 | S&P 500

Charts and Markets - Ross Clark - A great week for our VIX model which triggered on Monday. The S&P reached the minimum downside target on Friday. November SPY puts up 100% from Monday morning.
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