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No. GM-F: Optimal Finance Trading™ Strategies on Money Flows & Monetary Securities

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Current No. GM-F PDF Strategy Report
Available Jan. 29, 2009 (Revised every Thursday)

  • GM-F Strategy Goal: Our research analysts have identified, at the time of this No. GM-F Optimal Trading (monetary flow studies) report, the following strategies and securities exhibiting potentially favorable short-term trading characteristics:
  • Tradable monetary securities (ETFs, Stocks) and Money Flow Studies identified for the following strategies:

    Bullish (from consolidation with momentum), Bearish (from consolidation with momentum), Overbought and/or Oversold in a trading market, Possible Top and/or Possible Bottom in a trending market.

    In all strategies, hold your position until your chosen exit stop has been triggered (then come back to us for another security :-)). If you’re interested, further study of strategies, including ones with capital protective exit stops, can be found at the following sites: At Strategies: From A To Z at Strategies: By Type and at Strategies: Full Systems.
  • Tradable securities (ETFs, Stocks) identified from the following databases:

    Gold ETFs, Currency EFTs, and Dominant Money Centers securities listed on the USA exchanges.

  • Because GM-F is a large file, it may take a few moments to open (viewable sample from the gold “PDF Sample Report” link below) or to download (purchased report).

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