The next up cycle in the stock market … beginning now


The next up cycle in the stock market … beginning now

In our last blog dated 21 November 2018 we wrote about the use of stock market cycles (both long and short) to generate returns. We know that being successful in a volatile market requires awareness of the start and end points of these cycles. But the critical element is knowing the timing of the beginning of a rise or fall.

In that blog we made 3 distinct comments about the movement of the market. Firstly that it was about to turn up. Secondly, that we expected that this would be followed by a small correction. Both of these have now occurred. Thirdly, we predicted that after that correction  a stronger upward period would follow. We are now at the beginning of this stronger period. Let the festivities begin!

Although we are commenting broadly on the market, Pythagoras provides these recommendations with precise timing of buying and selling for stocks.

Pythagoras relies on measuring the volatility of the market which in turn allows events to be predicted as to when they will start and finish. This is done mathematically.

The stock market is pleasure and pain.  Our method is different and aims to reduce the pain of short term cycles so as to allow the greater pleasure of a greater annual return. It is providing the best of both worlds, reduced risk and higher return for our clients.

Michael Dee, 0419 726223


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