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Michael J. Clark was born and raised in Sinclair, Wyoming. He is a poet, novelist, artist, historian, and market analyst. His fine arts portfolio can be found at the following address: http://www.hoalantrangallery.com/MJC2.htm His writing portfolio can be found at:... More
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  • CGTS FOR MONDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2009 0 comments
    Dec 7, 2009 3:25 AM | about stocks: SEA, HMA

    CLARK'S GATE TIMING SYSTEM ©
    Thursday 13 November
    2009
     

    “By a continuing process of inflation, government can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens.”

        -- John Maynard Keynes



    Dengue Fever: an acute infectious disease characterized by sudden onset, headache, racking joint pain, and a rash and caused by a virus transmitted by mosquitoes of the genus Aedes chiefly in tropical and semitropical regions ó  called also breakbone fever.


    ATTACK OF THE RABID MOSQUITO

    The last three weeks I've been attempting to recover from a deadly tropical disease, dengue fever, caused by a mosquiito bite (see my wife's charming drawing of the deadly girl above).  Treatment required hospitalization, several nights in Intensive Care, a lot of intravenous re-hydration.  The recovery has been slow.  My reports have been non-existent for the last three weeks, and this is the reason for it.

    We are still bullish by force majeure -- it is ridiculous to bet against the US government and Ben Bernanke's printing presses.  Our own system is giving overwhelmingly bullish readings.  In many years of investing and analyzing markets I have never seen markets this manipulated -- straight-jacketed -- for the public good some will say.  That remains to be determined, of course.

    In my mind, Dr. Ben is practicing his creed of 'Inflationism' which, as Professor Keynes pointed out long ago, is the same as the secret theft of wealth from all the citizenry of the nation (see quote above).  Giving the alcoholic more cheap drink (Mad Dog 20/20?) makes the alcoholic happy -- I guess that is the essence of democracy, a happy populace -- and that IS a problem -- but it does not cure the alcoholic of his problem.  Without a cure, the problem returns later, in a more expanded trauma.

    DAILY PORTFOLIO

    Our daily portfolio is up 25%, with the first trade being on 6/29/09.  Note: we are also including the number of short trades in each portfolio and the percentage of bullish trades to show how overwhelming the long trades are.  This percentage should begin to change as time goes on. 

      DAILY PORTFOLIO   Active Active First Short % Long
    % Gain 12/4/09   Profit Trades Cost Trade Trades Trades
    25.37% M2F alt Trading System   $172,508 68 680000 7/27/09 14 79%
    31.45% M2F ALT LT 2 Tr Syst   $207,567 66 660000 7/8/09 8 88%
    25.86% M5 10 Trading System   $116,350 45 450000 6/29/09 5 89%
    22.11% M5 Diff Study Tr Syst   $141,531 64 640000 6/29/09 8 88%
    10.06% M5/M5Avg Sum Plus New   $25,146 25 250000 9/5/09 2 92%
                     
    24.74% Total   $663,101 268 $2,680,000      
      *Based on $10,000 per trade          


    DAILY BUY SIGNAL

    What are we buying today?  HMA: Health Management Associates.




    DAILY SELL SIGNAL

    What are we selling?  We're taking a 10% profit in trading SEA, Global Shipping ETF, using our M2F ALT Trading System.





    Disclosure: the author owns none of the issues mentioned in this letter.More information on this system can be found at

    home.mindspring.com/~mclark7/CGTS09.htm

    A draft of the book Turn Out the Lights can be found at the website below.  This book is a description of the metaphysical causes of the economic cycles of expansion (Day) and contraction (Night).

    www.hoalantrangallery.com/Turnoutlights.htm

     Disclosure: The author does not own issues mentioned in this article.

    Michael J. Clark's Gate Timing System
    Hanoi, Vietnam

    84 4 221 92210




    Stocks: SEA, HMA
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