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The 2022 stock market is a year most traders are happy to put behind them. As the saying goes, ‘in a bull market, everyone makes money, and in a bear market, nobody does.’

Many students describe TRI’s financial education as life-changing, with one member saying, “It’s necessary. You need to do it.” This is because TRI provides tools and education to empower you and help you achieve your trading goals.

We are coming to the end of the year, and the markets have closely followed the three studies we outlined in the last blog. These are the studies that predicted the end-of-year rally.

There are three interesting studies we’ve been watching this year that outlined what the market might look like. So far, the market is following these studies, and it’s fascinating to watch them play out.

We’re now into the first two weeks of Q4, and we can analyze the Sector Rotation Model to see where the “smart” money is thinking about playing their cards.

It all started 30-odd years ago when Brian D. Beamish developed his trading indicators in his early career. Over the years from 1990, Brian remembers writing out the movements of each indicator by hand and developing the Delacour Index (named after Brian’s middle name).

Where will fund managers put their billions to work? What forecasting methods and principles do they use? How well can they anticipate the outcome of the market?

Learning how to day trade is challenging, especially in poor market states. Having an edge in your trading can set you apart from other market participants when learning how to day trade and allow you to succeed in the market.

2022 started with a bleak outlook in the market, and at TRi, we expected a mini stock market crash into the first half of the year. The January Barometer (A study with the premise that “As goes January, so goes the year”) showed a weak market in the first six months, then a bottoming and rally later in the year.

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