THE HUI INDEX~ HOLIDAY FRACTAL SEASONALS
The Holiday Season often tends to usher in strength for the Precious Metals Sector and this is especially true for those Holiday Seasons which are related in a fractal pattern. Indeed, we expect to see a sharp rise (approx. 70%) in the HUI Index starting the week after Christmas with a secondary run-up into May of 2011. Words: 360
So says the Goldrunner (www.FinancialArticleSummariesToday.com) in an article in which he goes on to say:
In the chart of the HUI below, I have outlined in green the analogous fractal price periods from a couple of days before Christmas to the end of the first quarter of the following year which I expect future HUI price action to mimic. As my friend, Deadeye, often says, “Things might not play out exactly like history; but they often rhyme.”
“YOU AIN’T SEEN NOTHING, YET”: The HUI is Going Up Another 70%!
If the HUI chart once again resolves in a similar manner, we would expect to see a sharp rise (approx. 70%) in the HUI Index starting the week after Christmas with a secondary run-up into May of 2011, as detailed in a previous article (here), to somewhere between 940 and 970.
In this Holiday Season, please remember that this Christmas Season is all about loving, caring, and unselfishness for others.
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