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I am exceptionally pleased to announce the first step of what promises to be a very long journey for the Slope of Hope, which is the integration of our products with major brokerages. This is unprecedented in our nearly fifteen year history, and I want to be emphatic that this is an alpha version of just one baby step.
When you go to SlopeCharts, you will notice an icon in the lower left which resembles a U.S. dollar sign. This is how you can get to the Brokerage Control Center.
One of the great ironies of my charting recently has been my most sensational calls have been about something I’ve never traded in my life: cryptocurrencies. Maybe the objectivity of non-involvement helps.
In any case, back in March I made a bullish call on crypto, and they went up about 200% in the course of a couple of months. I’d like to suggest now, based on Fibonacci Retracement, that we’ve peaked. This is influenced, I confess, by my belief that cryptos have a very “niche” market in the future, and people seem to be under the delusion that buying cryptocurrencies is akin to investing in crypto-related corporate stock, which it isn’t.
We are a bit “off the lows” this morning, and I expect fight-back to be constant, but that’s OK. I’ve got my eyes on the long-term picture. And among many dozens of positions is this gem, Hewlett-Packard, whose stop-loss I have tightened up to 19.70.
It’s a lovely setup. A two hundred point range, approximately, on the ES with failed support at 2800. Take away those 200 points, and you get the nice, round, psychologically-satisfying number of 2600. Given the former import of 2626, often cited here, it seems to me that figure is the one to keep in mind.