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September 19,1998(File Size:93kb)
"North American Markets could skyrocket " The 1998 Asian Currency Crisis is over.

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April 29,1999 (File Size:82kb)
"Selected Portfolio Updates " Four portfolios are retained.

July 19,1999 (File Size:13kb)
"We'll take the money. " The Oil Service Portfolio returns 81% in 18 weeks.

October 03,1999 (File Size:101kb)
"The Short 1998-2000 Bull Market " One more up-leg to the "Sell of a Generation" - most world markets.

October 27,1999 (File Size:396kb)
"The Dow Jones Industrial Average Revision " The New Dow will be more volatile. A significant correction could follow in Apr/May 2000.

December 06, 1999 (File Size:573kb)
"Beware Of Technology" Nortel is out of its trading range.

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January 14, 2000 (File Size:176kb)
"A Broad Rotational Top " A Shift From New Economy Stocks into Old Economy Stocks Is Underway.

January 15, 2000 (File Size:433kb)
"The Old is New Again" Equity Road Map, Petro Canada, Energy Selections and Technology Portfolio review.

March 15, 2000 (File Size 433kb)
"World Stock Markets - The Sell Of A Generation! " Sell technology stocks - buy oil stocks.

May 20, 2000 (File Size:590kb)
"A Summer Rally to a Labour Day Top " A List Of Risky Mutual Funds.

September 12, 2000 (File Size:395kb)
"JDS Is On The Brink." Cycle Magnitude Failure - Technology Sell Filter.

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September 12, 2001 (File Size:14kb)
"Like It Or Not, We Are At War." The short and the long term impact of the war on terrorism.

September 24, 2001 (File Size:147kb)
"A Nasdaq Bottom." The New Economy Portfolio is Selected.

December 04, 2001 (File Size: 276kb)
Perfect Correlation - The Canadian Dollar and Commodity Prices.

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January 28, 2002 (File Size:109kb)
"The gold stocks are talking - maybe we should listen." Three gold portfolios are selected.

March 18, 2002 (File Size:205kb)
A Broad March - June 2002 Advance is Underway - All Major World Indicies.

July 09, 2002 (File Size:84kb)
"July 2002, An Important Juncture or, - Just Another "Down" Month? " A Road Map shows us the way.

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March 24, 2003 (File Size:103kb)
"A/D Line - A Bullish Pattern." Energy Is Retained, The New 2003-04 Rebound Bull Portfolio.
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January 12, 2004 (File Size:107kb)
The Outlook for 2004.

October 15, 2004 (File Size:447kb)


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April 18, 2005 (File Size:159kb)
"The 12-week correction is concluded". We examine a short U.S. dollar bull.

June 3, 2005 (File Size 129kb)
"Gold's hidden strength" The long 2004 - 2005 bear is over.

September 8, 2005 (File Size 239kb)
"The 1998-2012 Secular Uptrend in Crude" The cycle structure is examined.

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April 1, 2006 (File Size:158kb)
"We uncover opportunities in Aerospace". A new secular up-trend begins.

May 5, 2006 (File Size 33kb)
"A short summer correction" We examine a classic A-B-C correction.

September 12, 2006 (File Size 528kb)
"The North American Equity Roadmap" The early warning on Income Trusts.

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May 4, 2007 (File Size:259kb)
"Anatomy of the 2002 - 2007 Bull Market". The Financials Peak.

July 7, 2007 (File Size 136kb)
"Simon Says "Correct"". We all correct.

August 21, 2007 (File Size 195kb)
"An August Peak" Followed by an A-B-C correcion.

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February 27, 2008 (File Size:112kb)
"A final run to the top". The Energy Stocks lead the way.

December 8, 2008 (File Size 136kb)
"A November bottom". The 2007-2008 bear is over.

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March 05, 2009 (File Size:172kb)
"The World Watches in Horror". A classic bear trap.

March 20, 2009 (File Size:400kb)
"Cash Is Trash". The FED prints more dollars.

June 9, 2009 (File Size:161kb)
"Retracement Special". Sector Bull Targets & Objectives

September 25, 2009 (File Size:246kb)
"Canadian Wealth Managers". Peaks and Troughs


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March 18, 2010 (File Size:362kb)
"Bullish Key Leadership." The CDN and U.S. Financials.

April 30, 2010 (File Size:210kb)
"A new lumber Bull." An early call

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January 13, 2011 (File Size:514kb)
"The Commodity Party is over - for now." Gold is the problem.

May 2, 2011 (File Size:225kb)
"A pending new Technology Boom." An "echo" boom

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April 27, 2012 (File Size:173kb)
"Selected Canadian Multi-Nationals." Enyoy the global recovery.

December 10, 2012 (File Size:423kb)
"A look at the 100-Year Dow." A 2nd look at the Lumber Space

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August 6, 2013 (File Size:184kb)
"The Life Sciences Story." Selected health & bio-tech stocks.

December 23, 2013 (File Size:32kb)
"Tax Loss Selling Crushes the Gold Stocks." Look for a January 2014 bounce.

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/February 25, 2014 (File Size:160kb)
"The Natural Gas Picture." A look at the gassy producers.

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