10% of the tested cases found with a negative high correlation with the price (inverse), for a few weeks period, but keep the same timing accuracy.
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Examples From Recent Events
S&P500 Example April 1st to July 1st 2020 - The Big Bull Run:
S&P500 forecast from April 1 2020 to July 1 2020 provided to the clients predicts accurately the timing of the rally of the markets following the COVID-19 effect. About 60% Fibonacci upward movement in early notification.
S&P500 Example March 13th 2020 - Predicting The Low:
S&P500 forecast from Mar 13 2020 provided to the clients predicts accurately the timing of the rally of the markets following the COVID-19 effect. About 60% Fibonacci upward movement early notification.
S&P500 Example Feb 10t to Mar 13th 2020 - Predicting The GVC (Great Virus Crisis):
S&P500 forecast from Jan 2020 provided to the clients, predicted accurately the timing of the fall of the markets following the COVID-19 effect. About 30% Fibo down movement provided in early notification.
From our experience with hundreds of price instruments, 95% of them correlate with the FutureChart technology with accuracy of about 85%-95% tested visually. The accuracy relates to timing: the timing accuracy of change-in-trend date may be of a few days (1-3) .
The most effective way to experience projection lines accuracy is by comparing the real price with the forecast visually. Projection lines forecast accuracy depend on the specific price instrument. We do not guarantee 100% accuracy.
The models provide price directions probabilities in different resolutions. In shorter forecast horizons use the weekly model . In longer forecast horizons use the annual model.
The following numbers represent our experience but do not represent all possible cases.
Annual model, typically up to a week, maximum a month in a year range
Weekly model, typically up to 2 days, maximum +/- 1 weeks in 3 months range
Be aware that no system is 100% accurate and that projection lines may in some cases be wrong or inverted.
In about 10% of the cases the lines may show as "flip" direction, (up instead of down or down instead of up). This is a natural effect of the underneath technology of Neural Networks mathematics.
When price is trending up and suddenly falls, the trigger for that type of event generated by the cycles may be earlier, due to the nature of cycles.
The lines represent a relative direction, not specific price levels
These charts may not be 100% accurate, the market is always stronger
You should consider to use your trading skills and risk management methods such as stop loss or others