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Below are the market forecasts using our TachEon Time Warp tool for Wednesday (2/1) and Thursday (2/2).
Historically, these turning times end up being powerful movements and trend start times in these popularly traded markets. All times are in Eastern US time (New York time zone: GMT-5).
A follow up webinar will be held on Thursday to review what happened at these times:
Forecast Review Webinar: 16:00 EST Thursday (GMT-5)
We will be using this manual to interpret the signal patterns:
We'll also be showing how the signals can be traded by using one of two simple entry rules called "Signal with Trend" or the "Puncture" trade. This video provides an overview explanation for these:
A max 1.5 ATR Volatility Stop (7 period ATR) will be used when in the setup for the Thursday demonstration.
Here are the times we'll be analyzing on Thursday. Register now! 16:00 EST Thursday (GMT-5)
All times are in Eastern US Time Zone. (times will show up your local computer time on your computer once software is installed).
Forex and equities times are available upon request (this works with everything)
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