WALL STREET, NEXT WEEK FAQ V 1.5
"Financial Astrology for the Successful Investor and
Q: WHEN DO YOU SEND WALL STREET, NEXT WEEK (WSNW)?
A: Weekly, usually Sunday.
Occasionally if we feel there will be a major market shift on a Monday that
will affect all subscribers, then we send out our report the Friday before
before/during market hours.
Q: WHAT ARE WSNW ALERTS?
A: WSNW Alerts are reminders that the market conditions have met either
TIME and/or PRICE targets of Wall Street, Next Week. Read ABOUT WSNW ALERTS for helpful
hints on working with WSNW Alerts.
Q: I didn't receive WSNW this week.
A: If you are traveling or have accidentally deleted our newsletter, we post
a copy of it in our premium area 30 minutes after emailing it to you.
If you did not receive our newsletter by Sunday, you may have to check with
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Q: LAST WEEK YOUR REPORT OUTLINED VARIOUS DATES. What are these dates
indicative of? Astrological events, market turning points, momentum indicates,
A: Dates I give are either pivot dates and/or ones that may set patterns
for the market. Naturally there are derived from both astrological and market
Q: I HAVE FOUND YOUR PUBLICATION EXCITING AND
INTERESTING YET SOMEWHAT ADVANCED FOR ME BECAUSE I AM NOT A TRADER, JUST
A LONG TERM INVESTOR.
A: We are offer numerous global stock selections to long term investors in
addition to our market timing.
Q: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN YOUR SILVER (INVESTING), GOLD (TRADING)
AND PLATINUM (PROFESSIONAL) EDITIONS?
A: Four differences:
(1) Cost: Annual editions are $360, $10,000 and $33,000 respectively.
(2) Emails of Wall Street Alerts and Global Opportunity
Alerts respectively for gold and platinum..
(3) Access to the Silver, Gold and Platinum Channels respectively.
(4) Platinum subscribers may ask questions about their individual portfolios.
Customized Institutional versions are available.
Q: From this weeks issue of WSNW I understand there are several kinds
of WSNW, Investing and trading editions. Because I have to live from my work
with options and stocks, the trading version should be the one for me, but
I do not know which version I have subscribed to.
A: THE WEEKLY EMAIL/FAX EDITIONS ARE THE SAME. The main differences are:
Wall Street Alerts and Daily Commentary are given only to trading edition
subscribers. Trading edition subscribers have access to all the investing
info but not vice versa.
Q: Would the trading edition be emailed directly or does one have to go
into the site each day to find out.
A: At the moment a site visit is required, but we may change this to a
daily email at a future date.
Q: What is difference between your Silver Investing editions and Gold
Trading editions of Wall Street, Next Week?
A: The Trading edition includes the Investing edition PLUS WSNW Alerts
and our Daily Market Commentary (for open Wall Street Alerts).
Q: I need more guidance for the American market. Is your Platinum service
A: Our platinum service incorporates both our Silver and Gold channels. In
addition, Platinum subscribers receive:
1) Global Opportunity Alerts,
2) Access to our Platinum channel e.g. Jupiter and Saturn portfolios, international
and industry sector watches.
3) As a newsletter writer, I can NOT deal with individual situations. With
premium service ($7500 annually), I answer questions about AFUND trading
and investing as applied to your managed portfolios.
Q: What does your daily market commentary consists of? How detailed
A: Our daily market commentary is one short paragraph update of US markets
and comes with a calendar of projected red and green days, key support/resistance
numbers, daily risk analysis for long and short traders and some stock/options
and SP and DJIA future trading ideas.
Q: I'm a veteran trader, mostly long-term. I want
to subscribe but I'm not clear which subscription to choose -- silver or
gold. About all I really need are entry and exit points, both short
term and hopefully, long term, for shorting the major indexes and perhaps
some of the tech indexes. Which sub would give me this kind of information?
Thanks for your help!
A: For intermediate trading and long term investing, SILVER is fine. For active
traders, we suggest GOLD.
Q: DO YOU OFFER MORE SERVICES?
A: Yes, primarily for high net worth individuals, money managers and institutional
traders. These range from $3000 to $10000 monthly and include telephone consultations
and additional market reports.
Q: Sometimes, I don't understand how can astrology miss a such
a moves on the market.
A: There are different systems of astrology just as there are different
systems of technical analysis. I play R/R and probability, as my goal
is to make money consistently over time, although not on every play (going
in with eyes WIDE OPEN) to the possibility of loss. My clients pay me
to make them a profit, not to be a prophet.
Q: Quick question of the meaning of
a word you use all the time: what does PIVOT mean? My dictionary says turning,
you think this is the turning point trend reverse (somehow from your news
letter I get the idea it isn’t).
It represents a pivot price.
Above that number, one wishes to be long. Below that number a trader
would prefer to be short.
Q: What is Long Term and Short Term to you?
A: For some traders, short term is intraday and long term is overnight!
For me, I generally refer to short term is under two weeks, and intermediate
term under 6 months, and long term is either 6 months (trading) or 1-2 years+
Q: Please e-mail me instructions on how to do a trial subscription
on a secure server. I noticed that your form on your web site is not
A: You can call 212 949 7275.
Q: Do you offer institutional rates?
A: Yes. Currently they are $5500 per month or $68,000 annualh.
Q: Would it be realistic to have a $1000.00 nest
egg to use for trading and subscribe to your news letter. What is a
minimum for starting to trade and make some money? I already have
an online account with a major broker.
A: While some people believe $10,000 is enough, I tend to be conservative
about this and believe $25,000 is more appropriate to balance risk and reward
Q: What significance are the KEY DATES listed in your newsletters.
Are they major up days or major down days?
A: They can be either up or down days. If you are a gold subscriber,
we offer our opinions as to which in our daily market commentary.
If you are a silver subscriber with an investing horizon, these trading market
fluctuations are not very important.
Q: What are TMT Stocks?
A: Techology, Media and Telecommunications. Please see our FAQ: Acronyms
READER: Will you kindly email me just a few of the recent
back issues of the daily market letter so I can determine if this will help
me? Also, should I subscribe to WSNW does this include the daily timing or
is this in the gold by itself for a $555/quarter trial that includes the
HW: No. You do not need to subscribe to our weekly Wall Street, Next
Week separately as this is included with our Daily Market Commentary. In
other words, Gold subscriptions include Silver. As for samples, all
our back issues are archived on our website. We do not offer daily market
letters, we offer a daily market commentary which is posted on our website
in a passworded section for gold subscribers. Our target audience is experienced
traders and money managers who are familiar with our work. They start with
our introductory gold quarterly, given the price is not as important as the
cost of avoiding a bad trade or finding an additional good one. What markets
do you trade and what size?
READER: I trade the Dow / Sp/ ND usually 1-2 contracts---I started w 75K
went to 90 K but have dropped to 35K because I have been short since mid
March and rolling over and losing---I discovered your web site by total luck
HW: Then we could certainly help and I would recommend trying our gold
sub. ASAP. You cannot buy and hold in trading environments like today.
Rolling over is better suited to option writing. Most often, this should
be balanced with current contract buying/selling. I certainly believe you
would strongly benefit from our Wall Street Next Week gold subscription.
I also have the feeling you might study trading techniques more.
FYI: We do offer this from time to time to our gold WSNW subscribers and
have help turn money-losing traders into winners.
READER: What is a “market go bag”?
HW: It is a combination of: SELL STOCKS, WRITE COVERED CALLS, BUY PUTS, BUY
GOLD, BONDS (TIPS) & GO SHORT.
READER: I have found a number of your WSNW alerts
accurate, but often early.
HW: Yes, we tend to be a bit early on our calls in order to allow options
traders the best possible entries (while things still look the opposite of
our turning points/times.) Therefore in a multi-party entry, positional traders
are advised to step in, while very short term and day traders should use
tight stops. Others, especially those not watching a live screen, should
wait for our second (and third time/price entry) with standard stops.
READER: Is it possible to invest in stocks by studying
only the horoscope of the stocks and world events but without referring to
one's own horoscope?
HW: Yes. Of course if you are under "poor" astrological aspects, you could
make errors or errors in judgement.
READER: I've ordered your book [Investing by the
Stars]. Are there any other books that you might suggest that you'd consider
worth reading on this subject?
HW: I recommend three others: Bill Meridian’s Planetary Stock Trading and
Planetary Economic Forecasting and the classic Louise McWirther’s Astrology
and Stock Market Forecasting. See our online bookstore for more.
READER: One question, as a general rule, is it
a good idea to initially buy a stop loss order for a stock when you purchase
it? And, if so is there a certain rule of thumb a person could use to decide
how far back from the purchase price that you should generally place a stop-loss
order? Like, say 2, 5, 10% or whatever below the purchase price?
HW: 1) It depends on your target price, 2) How volatile the stock is, and
3) At what price your original buy was “wrong”, i.e., the risk/reward is
no longer favorable.
In general I recommend 10-20% below my target price for investing and most
often use the standard 3-1 risk/reward in trading.
READER: Please let me know in which literature
I can find out about e.g. when Merkur-Venus is in conjunction with the sun.
I do not find this in "Tables of Planetary Phenomena"
HW: This you can get from any astrological calendar or ephemeris. .
READER: I still have two more months to go on my
Gold trial subscription. Is it possible for me to convert the dollar value
of the remaining two months to obtain a regular annual silver subscription
HW: Yes of course. We have readers who periodically upgrade and downgrade
their subscription levels depending on markets and their current time commitments.
We fully credit back and forth.
READER: You have to be a gold subscriber to get
the daily commentary?
HW: Yes, that is the primary different between silver (investing) and gold
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