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Mean Reversion Trading Service Launched

Mean Reversion Trading Service Launched

The VC PMI Automated Algorithm

Summary

Today I am launching my Seeking Alpha Marketplace service called Mean Reversion Trading for day, swing and long-term traders.

As a subscriber, you receive regular weekly reports on the gold, silver and E-Mini S&P markets with specific buy, sell and stop recommendations.

The reports are based on our proprietary Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator (VC PMI) algorithm, which has a long, proven track record with a 90% to 95% probability factor.

Sign up today and get a year’s subscription for the regular 6-month fee — a limited time offer for the next two weeks.

The VC PMI was developed by Patrick MontesDeOca, a trader with 30 years of experience and CEO of the Equity Management Academy.

This month I am launching my Seeking Alpha Marketplace service, Mean Reversion Trading.

The VC PMI

The reports based on the Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator (VC PMI) provide day traders, swing traders and long-term traders with a structure of precise pivot points to enter and exit markets, as well as precisely where to place stops to manage risk.

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E-Mini S&P: Bear Trap?

Summary

Coming into next week, the levels of 2618 to 2607 seem to offer tremendous support for the E-Mini Daily S&P.

With the market closing below this weekly moving average, the trend momentum coming into next week is bearish.

If the market closes above 2766, then it would negate this weekly bearish short-term trend to neutral.

In this report for November 25, 2018, I am going to look at the trends that we use when we publish the artificial intelligence (AI) automated Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator (VC PMI) reports for our subscribers.

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Protect Gains In Gold And Silver And Buy E-Mini S&P 500

Summary

In gold, the VC PMI recommends being neutral and waiting for the market to trigger new buy or sell levels.

The E-mini S&P has activated a weekly buy signal at 2724, with a first target of $2753.

An E-mini S&P close above 2753 will activate 2878 to2907 as targets.

Soon I’ll be offering a subscription service on Seeking Alpha providing even more access to reports based on the VC PMI.

In this special weekend report, I want to review the information we’ve been publishing on Seeking Alpha about the gold market and see how it is doing in comparison with the movement of the market. Then I will offer a new analysis of the E-Mini S&P 500 using our proprietary Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator (VC PMI).

Gold

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Gold: Higher Prices Short Term Or Buy Pullbacks?

Summary

With gold closing around $1236, the market closing above the 9-day weekly moving average is confirmation that coming into this week we have a bullish trend momentum.

If the gold market closes above $1235, the first target this week is the sell 1 (S1) level of $1247, and the second target is the sell 2 (S2) level at $1258.

If the market comes down below $1235, it would negate this bullish trend to neutral and a second close below $1235 would activate the extreme below the mean of the buy 1 (B1) level of $1224 to the buy 2 (B2) level of $1211..

In this special weekend report, I want to review the gold and silver markets. Let’s see what the Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator (VC PMI) is telling us for gold as we come into next week.

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Gold And Silver Trends Meet Targets: Turn Bullish

Summary
The VC PMI analysis shows that gold enters this week with a bullish sentiment.

For gold, take profits if you are long and wait for reversions to the buy 1 (B1) level of $1220 to the buy 2 (B2) level of $1212 to go.

The VC PMI analysis shows that silver enters this week with a bullish trend momentum.

If the silver market closes below $14.66, it would activate a bearish trend and activate buy 1 (B1) and buy 2 (B2) levels at $14.45 and $14.25.

The gold market closed on Friday at $1229 and with the market closing above the 9-week moving average of $1208, we came into this week with a bullish sentiment. The VC PMI also tells us that if gold closes below $1208, this bullish sentiment would be negated.

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