I'm not certain that Investimonials is still being operated actively (with the assistance of humans) as I've tried to add my own blog here a few times over the last 18 months and my requests just disappeared into the ether. That said I thought I'd add my 2 cents here to give some better information about what I think is one of the best charting blogs out there.
Tim Knight is bearish. True story, and the bears have had a tough last few years. The next few years may be tough for bears too, but unless you're trying to follow Tim's top calls there is a lot more to Slope of Hope than that. Even Tim posts a lot of bullish charts covering a wide range of stocks and markets. One that springs to mind was his target for AAPL at 390 from last year, which he reminded us about at the low this year and pointed out that the most likely bullish reversal level for AAPL was there. Looking good at the time of writing.
I publish the guest premarket post there almost every day, covering equities, oil, forex and bonds among other charts I post less regularly. I have a strong sympathy for the bears but try hard not to let that affect my analysis, and I am right about market direction across these various markets a lot of the time with a very strong track record including many genuinely remarkable long and short calls, a sample of which were BP in 2010, RIMM (now BBRY) in 2011, Yen in 2012, SPX high May 2013, SPX low June 2013 and so on.
There are other regular guest posters too, some bullish and some bearish, and between all of us we provide one of the best information resources for chartists on the internet. Slope of Hope has many bearish readers and commenters but a lot of bullish ones too, so there are detailed analyses of both sides of the bull/bear case.
If you're looking for a blog that just presents the bull case, or if you find contradictory views too confusing, then Slope of Hope may not be the blog for you. If you are interested in charting and high quality charting content, then it is genuinely one of the best places you can go to learn more about charting methods with a quality of content that often puts professional analysts to shame.
I'm a little stung that none of the slope reviews have mentioned my work there but there haven't been many reviews in recent years, and those reviews that have been posted here seem to have been posted by disaffected former readers of the blog. This review is to help set the record straight.
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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