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Cycles Call for a High this Week

A Middle Section forecast from the Basic Cycle (chart) points to a high on Monday and Lindsay’s 222-day interval points to a change in trend this week - but no confirming Middle Section forecast is found from the Multiple Cycle. This is not expected to be a significant high.

Cycles, however, may be the missing link. A two month cycle high is due near 1/20/17. A monthly cycle high is due this Tuesday and a six month cycle high is due in late January.

Even the VIX (Volatility index) looks like it may be marking a 40-month cycle low. Today should be a 34-day cycle low. Tomorrow is an 18-day cycle low.

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