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Tim Wood

Tim Wood

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • More Questions On The 4-Year Cycle That Refuses To Be

    Published 06 May 2007 | viewed 3,869 times

    Where's the 4-year cycle low? Did it bottom last summer? Could it have bottomed this past March? What would it mean if the Dow goes…

  • The 4-year Cycle that Refuses To Be

    Published 21 April 2007 | viewed 6,615 times

    Both the Industrials and the Transports pushed into all time new territory this week. As a result it is indisputable that the advance is still…

  • A Brief Overview of Cycles

    Published 16 April 2007 | viewed 5,294 times

    And a Brief Application on Oil From a cyclical perspective, the trend is defined by the direction of the cycle of the next larger degree.…

  • A Follow-up on Housing

    Published 28 March 2007 | viewed 5,390 times

    It seems that of late that a major topic being covered by the mainstream media is "sub-prime" mortgages and the related scare of the downstream…

  • The 4-Year Cycle

    Published 10 March 2007 | viewed 6,163 times

    As the market advanced up out of the June/July 2006 low, many began proclaiming those lows as having marked the 4-year cycle low. With the…

  • Gold and the XAU Ratio Charts

    Published 25 February 2007 | viewed 3,909 times

    It has been a while since I have talked about ratio analysis and because of a few developments of late, I thought that this may…

  • The Confirmation by the Transports Explained

    Published 12 February 2007 | viewed 4,075 times

    In light of the recent rally in the Transports I thought that it would be appropriate to discuss the Dow theory and this recent move…

  • Still Up, Still Positive, But Caution is Advised

    Published 28 January 2007 | viewed 3,959 times

    The positive for the market is obviously that it continues to move higher and higher as the advance out of the June/July lows remains intact.…

  • The Trend is still up, Sentiment is High, but Change is in the Wind

    Published 20 January 2007 | viewed 6,034 times

    Let me begin by explaining that in my work with the markets there are really two distinctly separate pieces. First, is what I call the…

  • The Cycle Turn and Trend Indicator Applied

    Published 08 January 2007 | viewed 5,742 times

    If I could only have one indicator it would be the Cycle Turn Indicator. This indicator is primarily used on the intermediate-term weekly charts to…

  • Don't Worry, Be Happy!

    Published 23 December 2006 | viewed 5,289 times

    The market escaped the fall decline, the summer rally has stretched right over into the Santa Claus rally, we are now in the "best six…

  • Still Up, Still Positive and Still Pressing into the 4-Year Cycle Top

    Published 17 December 2006 | viewed 3,032 times

    The Summer Rally has now carried the market right into the time period for the Santa Claus Rally. The market escaped the dreaded autumn decline…

  • Warning Signs

    Published 09 December 2006 | viewed 6,472 times

    A few weeks ago we looked at the non-confirmation between the Industrials and the Transports as well as a few non-confirmations within the Transportation sector.…

  • A Closer Look at the Ongoing Non-Confirmation

    Published 26 November 2006 | viewed 3,898 times

    The advance out of the summer low remains intact. My intermediate-term Cycle Turn Indicator turned up back in July and thus far it remains positive…

  • Another Look at Dow Theory and Cycles

    Published 12 November 2006 | viewed 4,463 times

    I continue to receive e-mails asking about the 4-year cycle and the ongoing Dow theory non-confirmation. In order to address this topic I have decided…

  • Another Look at the 4-Year Cycle

    Published 05 November 2006 | viewed 3,909 times

    I continue to see articles suggesting that the 4-year cycle low occurred back at the June/July low. Recently I was even sent an article, suggesting…

  • A Follow Up on the Oil Sector

    Published 29 October 2006 | viewed 3,965 times

    Using the Cycle Turn and Trend Indicators Back in July I told subscribers that my indicators were weakening in the oil sector. Soon following that…

  • No Tree Ever Grows to the Sky

    Published 21 October 2006 | viewed 5,499 times

    According to Dow theory both the Primary and the Secondary trend remain positive. The Secondary Trend was confirmed as being positive in February and then…

  • The Probe into the 4-year Cycle Top Continues

    Published 15 October 2006 | viewed 4,925 times

    The last 4-year cycle low occurred on October 10, 2002 at 7,197.49. With the recent advance above the May 2006 high, this 4-year cycle advance…

  • Conventional Wisdom

    Published 08 October 2006 | viewed 4,989 times

    In today's wrap up I want to take a look at a few of the mainstream views that were so prevalent just a few months…