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Notes From the Rabbit Hole is financial market analysis keeping institutional and individual Investors ahead of the curve and the markets since 2008, when we embraced and managed ‘the bust’ and the subsequent boom with rational analysis that has remained on the right side of markets. The name of the service reflects a contrary view from a different place as required to effectively manage the market’s macro turns.
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“I seriously can’t think of anyone out there who has handled this entire market backdrop better than you. Your interpretation of the TA has been extraordinary. What I’m also ascertaining is that your better (best?) skill is the tag team of 1) dialing in/out of hype (and well reasoned points of view/theses of smart people) and 2) relying on your own interpretation … aka thinking for yourself and investing/managing accordingly.” --Joe F (Professional Trader/Fund Manager) 10.2.14
“Go for it Gary… you are good, a great read and you have a unique voice so count me in.” –Jon A (Managing Director, International Brokerage Firm, NYC) 9.25.08 [ed: NFTRH's self-described "charter subscriber" sadly now passed on]
“Notes From The Rabbit Hole (NFTRH), the weekly newsletter run by BiiWii Gary, has developed from a good read to a truly great read on all things market.” –incakolanews.blogspot.com 1.25.09
“As a technician, I feel that there are few analysts that offer value for me, but you do. Your work on Gold ratios has helped my analysis greatly.” –Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT (www.thedailygold.com), 4.9.10
Our subscriber base includes Institutional Traders, Financial Advisers, Financial Newsletter Writers and Private Investors
Covering Precious Metals, Commodities, Stock Markets, Bonds, Currencies & More…
With a global view…
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“Keep up the good work. I really like your chart-based presentational style – rich information with not too many words.” –Andrew C 2.10.14
“Don’t go to church as much – just use your Sunday morning report in its place. Feel closer to heaven after I read it.” –Ed B 2.19.14
“Great call on the uranium’s. U taking profits this morning or u gonna ride it out?” –Guy A 2.26.14 [answer: taking profits --ed.]
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- Detailed weekly report with TA & discussion
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- ‘In-week’ checkups on key ETFs
- ‘In-week’ market updates, trade setups, etc.
- Hands-on customer service, always just an email away
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NFTRH employs a ‘Top-Down’ approach to market analysis, with the belief that once we get the macro right, stock, ETF, fund and asset picking is the relatively easy part.
NFTRH does not predict trends, but in using non-traditional market ratio analysis and traditional technical analysis it is consistently among the first to identify and capitalize on new trends, as the herd goes the other way.
If you seek a rational, grounded approach to managing the financial markets that is in tune with short, intermediate and long-term global trends, give NFTRH a try.
NFTRH is emailed weekly with interim updates posted at the website and emailed to subscribers in real time.
Notice: It is the subscriber’s responsibility to assure that nftrh1 @ gmail.com and gt @ biiwii.com (remove spaces before and after ‘@’) are able to pass through spam filters. Please adjust settings as needed in your email client and/or with your email service provider’s webmail.
Weekly letter emailed in PDF format by Sunday afternoon US Eastern time at the latest and usually by Sunday morning.
Interim updates as events dictate. These focus on significant market events and technical status, including an ongoing review of key ETF daily charts.
Monthly billing of $29 by PayPal. Monthly billing allows a subscriber to easily cancel at any time without further commitment and lets me know that current subscribers perceive good value for their ongoing subscription.
Yearly Billing option of $310 which is a savings of over 10% off of the monthly price. The yearly option is not refundable, so please consider the monthly option if you have any doubts about becoming a longer term subscriber.
Please use the contact form linked above to discuss other payment options for annual subscriptions.
Weekly review of the current situation in the macro-financial world along with technical analysis of US and Global stock markets, precious metals, commodities, currencies and bonds and credit spreads.
Technical analysis on key markets and stocks/ETF’s of interest from an investment or trading point of view along with a look at the vital indicators to those markets and important macro ‘signposts’ such as gold v. asset ratios, currency relationships, treasury bonds, yield and credit spreads and money supply data, etc.
Relevant individual stocks will be highlighted as I find interesting situations with technical analysis and a brief fundamental overview. Understand however that NFTRH is geared more toward macro-fundamental and technical analysis than to individual stock picks. This is because the macro backdrop at any given time is critical to any individual specific investment position.
I answer emails in as timely a manner as possible. I realize that NFTRH subscribers are my clients and I value each and every one for their viewpoints and perspectives. If there is ever anything you are unclear on, or simply would like further comment, just pop me a mail or use the ‘Contact’ form linked above.
You should know that I do not take the responsibility of providing market analysis to readers lightly. In fact I take it is an awesome responsibility and will do my best to provide you with a quality product and an open-minded viewpoint. The individual who started Biiwii.com (in 2004) in response to risk and rampant ‘casino’ mentality and to convey ‘out of the box’ ideas is who I am. Notes From the Rabbit Hole is an extension of that mindset as I formalize and expand on these themes.
I thank you for having the trust and confidence in me to take the next step.
NFTRH debuts on September 28, 2008
After years of successfully navigating financial markets in both bullish and bearish modes (generally with a 2X broad market out-performance), while providing grounded commentary and analysis (at biiwii.com and many other sites) that has consistently been on the right side of the trade, I am pleased to present the weekly newsletter, Notes From the Rabbit Hole (NFTRH). NFTRH is geared toward seasoned investors and traders as well as novice, but serious investors in the learning stages.
The origins of Biiwii.com (but it is what it is) are rooted in hype aversion, anti-convention and the idea of dealing with the reality of what is, not what we may wish were true. I believe that ‘in the box’ thinking has caused many people to get in trouble as of this writing (NFTRH official launch 9.28.08). This view is evidenced by Biiwii.com’s very first public commentary in 2004, warning of the dangers so outwardly apparent today. Do not expect the usual stock pick touts and chirping about performance. Risk management plays as important a role as capital appreciation over the long term.
The name of the letter implies a view from a different perspective which, in my case began to take hold in 2002 and intensified through the 2005 time frame as I walked a balance between the knowledge that something was very wrong with the financial system and an increasing awareness that the bear case was, at least temporarily put on hold.
Just as I am weary of over-bullish hype in good times, I seek to remain calm and free of panic in crisis. This means taking the cards that are dealt and making the best hand possible with a comfort level in analyzing the ongoing interplay between inflation and deflation dynamics that is at the heart of boom and bust cycles… along with investment and capital preservation opportunities.
You may review all of Biiwii.com’s terms and conditions here. –Gary Tanashian