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Only 2 Major Money Trends: The US Dollar and . . .

​​All The Others!

By George R. Harrison

​Basically, since the start of 2017 there have been only two trends in the Currency Markets.

​There's been the declining US Dollar trend which continues to this day and the rising value of all the other major currencies as the counterpart.

T​here's a lot of sound and fury out there with some rooting for the decline of the Dollar as being important globally,

W​ell, with that being true long-term, in the short-term a weakened Dollar will actually boost the US Economy not weaken it.

​Exports become less costly for the US and more expensive to purchase from other countries than before.

​Plus, investments like the Stock Market become even better deals as the base dollar depreciates and money flows from more expensive currencies to products denominated in a less expensive one (where more can be purchased than before).

While we speculate in this space about the short-term counter-trend moves a good deal, it's important to always keep the big picture major trends in view in order to place current events in the right perspective.​​

​The Euro chart above is used as representative of most of the major currencies which, on their own, are experiencing rising trends in their currency values relative to the US Dollar.

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Revisiting Our Special Stock Market Angles of Support Chart . . .

     The Present Angle of Support for the S&P 500 is ​Still Holding!

     ​A Super Strong Market - A Super Steep Angle of Support

Note How Each Market Rally Since 1982 Has Been At Increasing Angles of Support

By George R. Harrison

The Chart you're looking at now is basically one-of-a-kind. I showed it for the first time back in April of 2017.

What most investors and traders aren't aware of is how much market trends depend on the energy contained within an angle of support and how important those angles are to determining how strong or weak a trend has become.

To better confirm just where the US S&P 500 Stock Index is in it's present trend, I've taken all the big trends since 1982 and shown their relative angles on this single chart.

What appears when we do this is a chronicle of rally-after-rally gaining strength and momentum over the one preceding and, therefore, having prices rise faster and faster.

​I mentioned in my earlier post in April that this is​ an unsustainable process as it eventually will come up against the laws of Geometry and Physics as we approach a 90-degree vertical support line.

If you'll take a moment to view the support angles shown on the graphic above, you'll see the rising angles. The red-lined angle is our present S&P 500 Market move. It's extremely fast and steep.

​An angle that's this steep that runs for this length of time needs massive amounts of Energy (Money) to sustain itself. 

Declines, when they inevitably come, also tend to be steeper and faster as well. Meaning that the fall from this high angle of support could be dizzying and faster than those preceding it in all likelihood.

The Bottom Line is this: The Stock Market Boom at present may continue further, but, will very likely reverse severely when it does break because of it's very steep angle of support.

It takes a lot of buying power to sustain an angle of support this steep and, usually, the buying becomes exhausted suddenly. ​Previous attempts to break this support line have all failed and Reason no longer can be used to justify the strong market moves we're seeing. Therefore, we must rely on Mathematics & Geometry to give us fair and accurate notice of any reversals - George

REMEMBER: This is just the balancing side of the yin-yang movement of markets and a natural occurrence. Nothing to fear here, just caution to exercise. Those who know that and have no fear of this normal process can also profit from it. Handsomely.

So, look at the markets in an opportunistic way and be ready for the trend shifts that naturally occur. Be ready to profit from both sides of trading; The Long side AND the Short side. - George

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