Sunday, September 18, 2016

ChartsEdge 9/19/16 week forecast for $SPX stocks

Cycles may exert influences to pull up or down on stock index prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, September 11, 2016

ChartsEdge 9/12/16 week forecast for $SPX stocks

We like to consider cycles that may help pull up or down on stock index prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, September 4, 2016

ChartsEdge 9/5/16 cycles-based week forecast for $SPX stocks

We like to consider cycles that may help pull up or down on stock index prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, August 28, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/29/16 week forecast for $SPX equities

We like to consider cycles that may help pull up or down on stock index prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, August 21, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/22/16 week cycle-based forecast for $SPX stocks

We like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, August 14, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/15/16 week forecast for $SPX stocks

We like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, August 7, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/8/16 week cycles forecast for $SPX equities

We like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, July 31, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/1/16 cycles forecast for SPX stocks

We like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com week-ahead cycles-based forecast.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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