Stock Market & Futures weekly overview - GE, BIG, HMMJ, CR - April 14, 2018

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This week I look at some of my long term stock holdings, General Electric GE, Big Lots BIG, Crew Energy CR, Primerica PRI, Prospect capital PSEC, and Horizons Medical Marijuana etf HMMJ.
I look at set ups I see in Bonds ZB, Soybean Meal ZM, Soybean oil ZL, Sugar SB, Copper HG, Dollar index DX and Crude oil CL.
I also look at the stock market right now and the future direction I see playing out over the next 4 years.
We are in the area of a cyclical low for the stock market and the market cycles all point to a rally starting this Oct-Dec timeframe.
I also use the Williams Insider Accumulation Index for the first time on this channel.


Video where I go over the 24 year cycle in the stock market. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBhQW9RJ-hM


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