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Hi there Gary,
I have a two questions,
1. Is it going to be always vague from now on the guidelines to buy or sell…? To me it is much less effective this way, many times I don’t have time to read all updates and am looking for the bottom line which you always knew to outline towards the end…
2. Any plans for relaunching another quest? It looks like it should be a good timing no?
How much clearer do I need to make it?
I said you could buy metals last Thursday even leveraged with a stop below Thursday’s low.
I’ve gone over the two Oil MACD strategies multiple times.
Now it’s up to you whether you want to use one of those strategies or come up with your own.
Well, I asked two questions…
Any plans to go for a quest in the foreseen future?
No. The markets are just too erratic with wild cycle lengths. That’s not an environment where a Quest can succeed.
I would be very interested to hear your take on “the dollar milk-shake theory”
This piece from GPF supports the theory I think
Could it be, that the aborted ICL in USD actually is more of a result from the process described in this theory rather than a deliberate act to push down the EUR for example?
Sounds like another of the dollar to the moon nuts. These guys have been spouting this for almost 2 years now.
The fact is the 3 year cycle in the dollar is starting to get mature and the dollar still hasn’t been able to break out to new highs.
The only thing holding the dollar up was raising interest rates and the threat of higher interest rates. Now the only thing holding up the dollar is the ECB and BOJ trying to keep their currencies suppressed against the dollar. At some point we’re going to have to suffer the consequences of trillions in QE. I can’t see how those consequences can be a strong dollar.
Many thanks Gary, highly appreciate your promt reply.