My Holiday Gift to You #1: The Dollar Chart

I don’t have to tell you how excited I am about the New Year. It’s a new beginning for our families … our friends … our goals …

And, of course, our investments.

That’s why I’m delighted to give you — as promised — the first of my four special holiday gifts.

If you don’t remember my emails telling you about these gifts, no worries. Here’s the gist of it …

Each Friday in January I’ll send you a new AI (Artificial Intelligence) chart focusing on a stock, sector, or asset class that my signals tell me is about to take-off. You’ll also get some brief commentary on why I like that week’s chart and where I think that asset or sector is headed.

These Artificial Intelligence (AI) charts — backed by my cycle analysis — are the backbone of my investment strategy. And my members have come to rely on them and their power to make potentially life-changing investments.

But don’t worry: I’m not expecting anything in return. These four charts are absolutely free. And there are no catches of any kind.

In fact, I’m sending these gifts to you just to show you my appreciation. They are my holiday gift to you!

And I believe from the bottom of my heart that they can help you make money the way you’ve always dreamed of … to buy the things you’ve always wanted … to provide for your family better than ever.

In short, they are scientifically timed profits made easy.

So, let’s get started. Here’s your first chart …

The Dollar Chart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
As you can see from the Artificial Intelligence Neural Net Chart — part of my bag of tools — the dollar should reach a preliminary peak in September of this year. That should be followed by extreme volatility into March 2020.

By that time I expect to see a new monetary system implemented, with a neutral world reserve currency in electronic form, as well as a cashless system in Europe, Japan and the U.S. — three countries at minimum.

Stay tuned for my second chart coming next Friday.

Best wishes, as always …

Larry

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  1. Lawson Richter, M.D. January 8, 2017

    Good Day: Part of a recent report was attached to an offer to purchase a service. This appears similar to your service/newsletter which I subscribe to. Please advise. Thanks

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  2. Bharat January 13, 2017

    Interesting and thank you, Larry!
    The $ high in Sep 17 you predict – what is its equivalent in terms of DXY?

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  3. Jack O'Dea January 13, 2017

    Very good and impressive, Jack O’Dea

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  4. Stephen Safran January 13, 2017

    Larry-
    Regarding the “Holiday gift” GOLD Chart you sent us today: I realize you do not label the precise $ dollar value on the Vertical Axis, but I notice that the predicted High point for Gold is about July 1, 2017. Following this, the Lowest point is estimated to be around Sept. 30, 2018 and then the predicted ascent for Gold reaches a second peak on Sept. 30, 2021. This peak is about as high as the July 1, 2017 peak. Does this mean that this second peak will NOT exceed the July 1, 2017 peak (in dollar $ value)?
    Sincerely,
    Steve Safran

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    • Marv Rudin January 13, 2017

      I’m up about 6% on EUO. Now it’s been drifting downward for several days and EUF is driting upwards. Is it time to get out?

      Also, I found that EUFN can’t be shorted. Is an option the only way to profit by it’s fall

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  5. Stephen Safran January 13, 2017

    Larry-
    Regarding the “Holiday gift” GOLD Chart you sent us today: I realize you do not label the precise $ dollar value on the Vertical Axis, but I notice that the predicted High point for Gold is about July 1, 2017. Following this, the Lowest point is estimated to be around Sept. 30, 2018 and then the predicted ascent for Gold reaches a second peak on Sept. 30, 2021. This peak is about as high as the July 1, 2017 peak. Does this mean that this second peak will NOT exceed the July 1, 2017 peak (in dollar $ value)?
    Sincerely,
    Steve Safran

    Reply

    • Marv Rudin January 13, 2017

      I’m up about 6% on EUO. Now it’s been drifting downward for several days and EUF is driting upwards. Is it time to get out?

      Also, I found that EUFN can’t be shorted. Is an option the only way to profit by it’s fall

      Reply

  6. Stephen Safran January 13, 2017

    Larry-
    Regarding the “Holiday gift” GOLD Chart you sent us today: I realize you do not label the precise $ dollar value on the Vertical Axis, but I notice that the predicted High point for Gold is about July 1, 2017. Following this, the Lowest point is estimated to be around Sept. 30, 2018 and then the predicted ascent for Gold reaches a second peak on Sept. 30, 2021. This peak is about as high as the July 1, 2017 peak. Does this mean that this second peak will NOT exceed the July 1, 2017 peak (in dollar $ value)?
    Sincerely,
    Steve Safran

    Reply

    • Marv Rudin January 13, 2017

      I’m up about 6% on EUO. Now it’s been drifting downward for several days and EUF is driting upwards. Is it time to get out?

      Also, I found that EUFN can’t be shorted. Is an option the only way to profit by it’s fall

      Reply

  7. Richard Murray January 14, 2017

    Here’s to a successful year!

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  8. S. Guarino January 23, 2017

    Thank you very much. I feel confident about 2017 because of you.

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  9. S. Guarino January 23, 2017

    Thank you very much. I feel confident about 2017 because of you.

    Reply

  10. S. Guarino January 23, 2017

    Thank you very much. I feel confident about 2017 because of you.

    Reply

  11. jaime benchimol January 27, 2017

    This chart contradicts your more recent dollar chart that shows the opposite behaviour from now to april. will the real chart please stand up 🙂

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  12. jaime benchimol January 27, 2017

    This chart contradicts your more recent dollar chart that shows the opposite behaviour from now to april. will the real chart please stand up 🙂

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  13. jaime benchimol January 27, 2017

    This chart contradicts your more recent dollar chart that shows the opposite behaviour from now to april. will the real chart please stand up 🙂

    Reply

  14. Dr.Mills January 28, 2017

    When the new monetary system is implemented, with a neutral world reserve currency in electronic form, as well as a cashless system in Europe, Japan what will be problems associated with holding physical metals at that time? In other words, what would be the best
    financial vehicle to hold your net worth/savings and retirement? Should one consider a segregated storage location outside the United States financial jurisdiction? Do you have any recommendations for any of these creditable vendors?
    I appreciate your daily market monitoring of the markets as well as your AI models.
    Keep up the good work!
    Dr. Mills

    Reply

  15. Dr.Mills January 28, 2017

    When the new monetary system is implemented, with a neutral world reserve currency in electronic form, as well as a cashless system in Europe, Japan what will be problems associated with holding physical metals at that time? In other words, what would be the best
    financial vehicle to hold your net worth/savings and retirement? Should one consider a segregated storage location outside the United States financial jurisdiction? Do you have any recommendations for any of these creditable vendors?
    I appreciate your daily market monitoring of the markets as well as your AI models.
    Keep up the good work!
    Dr. Mills

    Reply

  16. Dr.Mills January 28, 2017

    When the new monetary system is implemented, with a neutral world reserve currency in electronic form, as well as a cashless system in Europe, Japan what will be problems associated with holding physical metals at that time? In other words, what would be the best
    financial vehicle to hold your net worth/savings and retirement? Should one consider a segregated storage location outside the United States financial jurisdiction? Do you have any recommendations for any of these creditable vendors?
    I appreciate your daily market monitoring of the markets as well as your AI models.
    Keep up the good work!
    Dr. Mills

    Reply

  17. Roy Joe Fisher February 1, 2017

    Chart dates are hard to read and there are no amounts on the X and Y axis.

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