MarketMap™ 2023 Scenario Planner Issue#2
January 7, 2023
January 7, 2023
The majority of the cycle analysis research that crosses my desk only gives a passing interest to the super cycle that is due in the current time frame.
At best a few act as if they are fair and balanced Journos providing both sides of the story if you will, which does no one any good and is a dodging the question: is there a bearish super cycle to be concerned about?
Most of all the investing public deserve more than “spit balling” insights when it comes to their achieving their investment objectives. They need to know, if there is at least a 50/50 chance or better, and how much lead time will the investor have to prepare for such a market event.
So while the “nice guys” point out only two iterations (occurrence) in the history of the super cycle, as not being “statistically significant.” But they are simply skirting the issue as they know there is a great number of harmonic subcycles that have been deadly accurate thus making the “doom and gloom” super cycle something the investment community and most of all CT’s membership needs to focus on.
What is scary for the social types is reflected in so many who post comments like, “why would they even want to discuss these depressing topics?” Only to read replay “because it sells more market newsletters.”
O.K. then, news to me. A one-minute video follows that covers an important COT cycle, bringing it forward from 1932.
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