First let’s look at times when the QE Buying Power Index was positive.
As you can see, when the QE Buying Power Index has been positive, trying to short overbought market readings has been futile and there has been no edge in doing so.
But now let’s examine results when the QE Buying Power Index was NOT positive.
We see here a remarkable difference. Simply taking buying power into consideration changes the results dramatically.
Over the last 4 years buying power has been extremely important in determining market movements. In the special (100% satisfaction guaranteed) webinars later this week I will explain to traders the concept behind the QE Buying Power Index and teach them how to calculate it. I’ll discuss how the it has influenced the intermediate-term over the years and how you can use it to swing trade with a system like those I’ve discussed the last few blog posts.
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