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Sacred Science Institute Updates Ferrera’s Forecast for 2013

Sacred Science Institute Updates Ferrera’s Forecast for 2013

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Daniel T. Ferrera’s annual market outlooks once again accurately predict the election low and subsequent market rally. As always, each of Ferrera’s annual outlooks contains a wealth of market information.
Daniel T. Ferrera’s annual market outlooks once again accurately predict the election low and subsequent market rally. As always, each of Ferrera’s annual outlooks contains a wealth of market information.

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Ferrera’s annual market outlooks once again accurately predict the elect ion low and subsequent market rally. As always, each of Ferrera’s annual outlooks contains a wealth of market information. Idyllwild, CA, USA, March 26, 2013 -- Daniel T. Ferrera’s 6th annual “General Outloo k for 2012” (published in the fall of 2011) predicted a weak market from September 2012 through early November. On page 50, he offered the trading suggestion and timing as follows: “The best time to buy this market would be under the following conditions: (1) There is a significant price decline from the Autumn Equinox (Se ptember 22, 2012) time frame until at least the presidential elections of Novemb er 4. (2) We see this downtrend reverse near the permanent yearly cycle dates of : Nov. 8 to 1l.” In fact, the S&P 500 made bottom on November 16, 2012. See Fig. 1 . Ferrera published a February 2013 update to subscribers. He observed that the ma rket did decline from September 2012 through November 2012. He further noted, “The rally has occurred at the beginning of 2013, a ‘3’ year. He states, “According to W.D . Gann’s Decennial Rules, a No. 3 year starts a bear market, but the rally from th e 2nd year may run to March or April 2013.” On page 18 of this years Outlook, he p rovides additional data for the period 2009 through 2013 and compares a prior pe riod with an analogous pattern that begins in the late 1860’s. See Fig. 2. Note th at the analogous pattern calls for a market top in the January to March 2013 tim eframe. Ferrera’s forecasts have consistently rewarded subscribers by consistently calling the key dates for profit taking at tops and market entry at major botto ms each year. Wheels Within Wheels, Ferrera’s masterful text on market forecasting was released in 2002. In the book, he predicted that the stock market would experience a stro ng advance from 2003 to 2006. Ferrera rather boldly included an extended 100-yea r market forecast running to the year 2108. That forecast has proven remarkably accurate since its first publication in 2002. See the attached segment of that c hart through 2012 in Fig. 3. Ferrera’s forecast appears in red and is charted agai nst actual market performance in blue. To learn more, visit http://www.sacredsci ence.com/ferrera. About Daniel T. Ferrera: Since 1998, Daniel T. Ferrera has been a featured write r in Traders World Magazine and is one of the country s most highly respected ex perts on W.D. Gann. He is also the author of ten related books on the subject of trading, market cycles, W.D. Gann and The Square of Nine. About Sacred Science Institute: The Sacred Science Institute is a non-denominational, non-sectarian, non-religio us, and non-academic Research Institute dedicated to the rediscovery and applica tion of Sacred Science in all fields of technology, science and philosophy. Contact: Lee Stein Sacred Science Institute PO Box 3617 Idyllwild, CA 92549 951-659-8181 info@sacredscience.com http://www.sacredscience.com

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