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Combining the time-tested principles of Charles Dow’s Traditional Dow Theory with the 60+ years of research and real-life experience, Manuel Blay publishes TheDowTheory.com Newsletter with a commitment to providing our subscribers with effective, profitable market timing wisdom in a timely manner.

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All-Time Highs- Not for all

All-Time Highs- Not for all

  I’ve had a lot of worries in my life, most of which never happened Mark Twain      …
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Too Much, Too Fast

Too Much, Too Fast

Money itself isn't lost or made, it's simply transferred from one perception to another. Gordon Gekko “Wall Street" movie.  …
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A Range-Bound Market

A Range-Bound Market

PRINT Price leads narrative, not vice versa. Jeffry deGraaf, CMT, CFA Overview: The stock market is caught between two crosscurrents.…
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Drums of War (II)

Drums of War (II)

Trading is about what 'is' happening rather than about what 'should be' happening. Paul Mulvaney. Chief Investment Strategist of Mulvaney…
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Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest

PRINT Follow the trend, but DO NOT fall in love with the trend. Jay Kaeppel Overview: September, as expected, has…
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The Odds Favor Just a Correction

The Odds Favor Just a Correction

PRINT Timing the market is hard. It is not impossible, but it is hard enough to lead most investors to…
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Trade First, Ask Later

Trade First, Ask Later

PRINT A prudent speculator never argues with the tape. Markets are never wrong, opinions often are. Jesse Livermore Overview: Now,…
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New Bull Market: What next?

New Bull Market: What next?

PRINT Overview:  Perhaps I am tooting my own horn, but I believe it is worth remembering that since October 2022,…
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Follow the Trendlines, not the Headlines

Follow the Trendlines, not the Headlines

William J. Clinton Overview: The stock market, impervious to bad news, the “headlines” (bank failures, inflation, interest-rate hikes, and, most…
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