Market forecasts are confidential for traders and investors

Market forecasting is a science and industry that predetermines which market is most likely to change direction and may include the expected duration of the expected action.

Market analysis is the taking of current price data and the application of technical analysis and / or fundamental analysis to determine what the market has already done and is doing now and may or may not include market forecasts.

If the market forecast is included, the extent to which it is included will vary greatly from one analyst to another. The forecasting method can be as simple as predicting a breakout response across an indicator line or some level of resistance, or as sophisticated as predicting a possible change in market direction (start / end of a new trend direction or a trend correction).

The forecasting method involved with my value data analysis is highly sophisticated and naturally proprietary. The science behind my work is firmly rooted in the mathematics of the market cycle. The market cycle provides a roadmap for future price directions and the possible final outcome of moving to a new one.

There are several ways to analyze price data for bicycle footprint. These cycles expose themselves to oscillators and moving averages (indices), seasonal tracking and even observations of different planetary bodies and their effects on Earth (production and psychology).

The technical aspects that a trader or investor uses for my clients can predict the market quite a bit without in-depth research. Here are some tips to help you get started on trends and potential timelines.

Start with a weekly price chart.

Using a weekly price chart, where each price bar represents a trading week, identify the beginning of a new move. This means finding a clearly defined swing bottom or top where starting from a new direction.

Usually Fibonacci points tend to change the direction of prices. For example, 3 times later, then 5 times later, see a possible turn from 8’s and beyond. If you are not familiar with Fibonacci, there is a lot to write about.

Keep in mind that you can not only do this for each clearly defined swing top or bottom, but they will overlap. For example, you might notice that a certain week is 8 weeks from the previous top / bottom and 3 weeks from the recent top / bottom.

Don’t expect accurate calculations all the time. If you count 55 weeks from the previous top / bottom, it is possible that this could happen in 56 weeks. In fact, it is possible that it will not happen. Be aware of these disadvantages.

Getting a ‘time period’ to focus on a potential weekly shift is key here. Then, look around your daily chart and look for evidence of potential trend changes, such as your indicators being over-bought or over-sold and likely looking to reverse. You can even apply the time-calculation method to your daily chart and look for clustering within the weekly time frame you are analyzing. Clustering results in two or more results indicating the same time period (within one or two days) based on calculations from different previous tops and bottoms. This is the period you want to see.

There are many valuable market forecasting techniques that you can use to help predict future market changes. I’ve included 12 powerful methods in my Market Forecasting Secrets book. By adding market forecasts to your chart analysis, you can either plan new trades or get ready at the right time to exit an existing trade. Another big bonus is that it helps reduce your risk exposure, since there is no better place to enter the trade near the very beginning of a new move.