Now this would get my undivided attention!

Imagine you're in your favorite restaurant enjoying a nice dinner. All of a sudden a beautiful young lady jumps up on the table and starts dancing even though there is no music.

Would that get your attention?

I know it would get my attention, not because it was a beautiful lady, but because it is out of the realm of normalcy for this restaurant to have anyone dancing on their tables.

The point I am making is this... sometimes markets act a little out of the ordinary despite what everyone is saying and thinking about them. When this happens you need to pay close attention to that market.

Why? Because that market maybe getting ready to do something totally contrary to prevailing sentiment.

For the first time in 20 months we have received a signal that many would consider out of the ordinary and going against popular sentiment.

I have prepared a short video that I would like to share with you today.

Here's the video link.

Let me know how you enjoy the video and if you found it helpful. You can reply back to su*****@in*.com.

Thanks for reading this e-mail and every success in the markets and in life,

Adam Hewison

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7 thoughts on “Now this would get my undivided attention!

  1. In a Blog video it was said that a currency's value depends almost entirely on the countries interest rates. So, given this, would it be fair to say that if one trades the dollar, other US cross currencies (futures and forex) and bonds that the trader is not diversified? At least from the US dollar and bonds point of view?


  2. Sorry Adam, I don't need to steal from other people. I just use common sense. And what's with deleting the comments?



    Quick note. I had not moderated the comments yet for the day. That is on me, not Adam. I take care of what I can and let him take care of the rest. If you have specific concerns that I can help with let me know.


    Lindsay Thompson
    Director of New Business Development &

  3. Interesting video.

    Currently i am bullish in the Australian Dollar - my network signals are pretty strong at the moment - so it puts me on the other side of this trade. However, given your views, it's worth being watchful! I'll hold my AUD position and check back with you over the the next few weeks! Now I woner if there is a scenario where the AUD and USD rise in tandem - with the AUD gaining on USD which is strengthing in terms of the overall USD index? Not sure i have seen that before. Out of interest, how is the USD index made up??

  4. Great video. The US dollar is way oversold and has plenty of room to increase. The US economy is far more flexible and dynamic than the Eurozone. George Soros said "Europe will very slowly integrate, reach a tipping point, then quickly disintegrate" I find it always pays to listen to a bilionaire.

  5. Huh? I'm hearing plenty of people bullish on the dollar. I don't discount a dollar bounce, but the long term trend is still down. I'd much rather own gold than US fiat currency that is continually being debased.

    As for interest rates, long term interest rates are definitely heading higher as the market finally comes to it's senses and realizes that inflation is quickly getting out of control. Regarding short term interest rates, the FED has completely handcuffed themselves. You honestly think the FED is going to hike rates significantly enough to give the dollar a meaningful bounce with the US in a recession, indebted Americans watching their home equity vanish and the US owing the rest of the world trillions of dollars in short term debt?

  6. Adam
    If youre going to use excerpts from other's book, ie Darvas, at least give them credit.


    Thanks for the feedback. I heard this one so long ago that I had forgotten who said it first. If it was Darvas then he deserves the credit. Thanks for your input.


  7. I was opening the "These 3 markets will change everything" few times but did not get connected.

    Please help,




    Please check you email as I have just sent you the link to the video. I appologize for the inconvenience. Let me know if you have any other questions or problems.


    Lindsay Thompson
    Director of New Business Development & MarketClub

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