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Sep 22, 2009

The Reason Why Gold Hasn’t Skyrocketed: By Adam Hewison

This is an extraordinary analysis made by Adam Hewison  about the reasons why Gold has not skyrocket. In this analysis Adam shows some key factors , averaging days movement, and  works out dates and price levels to watch in the future.



With the printing presses in full printing mode, many people are questioning why gold prices haven’t gone higher - much higher.
In my new video, I explain some of the subtle market cycles that are at play right now in this market. These short-term cycles have been the dominant force in gold all year and appear to be still in control of price action.
I believe the longer-term upward trend in gold is very much intact; short-term we could see more of a trading range that has a downward bias. I think when you watch this video you will get a much better understanding about the rhythm of this market.
If I am correct, you will see some amazing opportunities that I believe will be presented to traders in Q4. In fact, if everything goes according to plan are we could all be looking at some very nice Christmas/holiday profits.
The video is easy to follow and I think you’ll learn a whole lot about cyclic price action in the gold market.
We do not require you to register to view this video.
Discover and benefit today from what I learned over 30 years ago in the trading pits of Chicago.
Enjoy the video and please give us your feedback on this blog.
Every success,
Adam Hewison


Notice to Members I-09-17
September 22, 2009

Effective Date of NFA Requirements Prohibiting Loans by Commodity Pools to CPOs and Related Entities
NFA has received notice that the Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC") has approved new NFA Compliance Rule 2-45. This Rule and its accompanying Interpretive Notice, which both became effective September 11, 2009, prohibit commodity pools from making direct or indirect loans or advances of pool assets to the CPO or any other affiliated person or entity.
CPOs that currently have existing loan or advance arrangements between their pools and the CPO, the CPO's principals, or related entities must notify NFA of these arrangements by October 22, 2009. The written notification to NFA should describe the reason for the loan or advance; indicate the interest the CPO is paying, if any; provide evidence that the loan or advance is secured by marketable, liquid assets; explain arrangements the CPO has made to pay back the loan or advance, if any; and include an executed copy of the loan or advance agreement. In addition, the CPO must provide NFA with written evidence that pool participants were informed about the loan or advance through a disclosure contained in the disclosure document, offering memorandum or other correspondence.
NFA will review the information provided to ensure, among other things, that participants received a full disclosure of the arrangements and that the loans and advances are secured by marketable liquid assets. Depending on the results of the review, NFA will determine if a CPO needs to take any additional steps regarding a particular loan or advance. NFA may also recommend disciplinary action if warranted by our review of the circumstances.
More information about NFA Compliance Rule 2-45, and the accompanying Interpretive Notice, can be found in NFA's August 26, 2009 Submission Letter to the CFTC. Questions concerning these changes should be directed to Mary McHenry, Senior Manager, Compliance ( or 312-781-1420) or Tracey Hunt, Senior Manager, Compliance ( or 312-781-1284).

Two Major Technical Forces Are About to Collide in the S&P 500 (new video)

The S&P 500 has seen remarkable recovery from the lows that were seen earlier this year. However, all of that may come to an end as we fast approach a strategic level for this market. There are two major technical indicators that are colliding at a crucial point and time. Unless you’re aware of these indicators, it could be very expensive.
In today’s short video, I explain both the technical indicators we are discussing and also the important time frame that we are just about to enter.
I think you will find today’s video not only interesting, but also educational.
There is no need to register for this video and of course you can watch it with my compliments. I highly recommend watching this video today, otherwise you risk missing out on what could be the move of the year.
Enjoy the video.
All the best,
Adam Hewison
Co-creator, MarketClub


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Buy and Hold…is it back? By Adam Hewison

Hi, this is Adam Hewison and I have just returned from vacation in Maine. This is my first day at the office and my first video from the digital den.
While I was away, I got to thinking about one of the oldest myths about trading: the buy and hold myth. While this strategy has worked in certain markets at certain times, I do not believe we are in a time frame where this strategy is going to meet with a lot of success.
The world around us is changing rapidly and therefore it is important to have strategies that can change with this new regime.
In today’s video I’m going to show how the buy and hold strategy is flawed when you compare it to our “Trade Triangle” technology. I think you will be surprised at the results and how well you can do using this simple approach to markets.
There is no need to register for this video and of course you can watch it with my compliments. I highly recommend watching this video today, otherwise you risk missing out on what could be the move of the year.
Enjoy the video and please give us your feedback on this blog.
All the best,
Adam Hewison
Co-creator, MarketClub