“I have known and worked with Jim Savoldi for many years, and what I find most impressive about his work is the uniqueness of his approach. His Behavioral Analysis Model seems to repeatedly predict unusual and surprising market moves – in many different markets, from orange juice, wheat, crude oil and stocks, to name a few. These forecasts often prove correct long before the main-stream economists and other macro market observers join in. Keep doing what you are doing.”
“I have often mentioned BAM Investor citing the analysis of this company for some of my beliefs. With permission, I will reveal one of his most extrordinary predictions of 2016. This is one concerning the ETF, JNUG which multiplies by 3 the movement of Junior mining stocks. On June 3, 2016 he (JG Savoldi) predicted a “melt-up” between June 28 and July 14, which proved accurate to the day. On July 14 JNUG saw the high fractal touch of $303 before falling violently to consolidate at $200 last week”
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“BAMinvestor prediction was spot on! Amazing $JNUG”
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“Nice call on Gold”
“Best calls I have ever seen bar none past weeks. Also great oil call– home run.”
“Well done. Perfect call.”
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“That was indeed a great call. I am astonished how grains sold off after your alert.”
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“Great call on $VLTC. On fire.”
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“Thanks Jim, excellent call!”
“Hey Jim, great call again today. I bought those same puts you bought and got my average down to .16. Just sold out at .74!”
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"Good call this a.m. when S&P was at 1930, you said it would drop to 1912. I think you missed it by 2 pts. I went short at 1930, covered at 1918, and went long"
The Behavioral Analysis Model was developed over a thirty year period by JG Savoldi. The model predicts future price movements in human traded markets through the study of market participants' emotional responses during periods of high emotion and "capitulation."
These periods of elevated emotion and capitulation are the result of market participants' natural "mood swings" between optimism and pessimism—which are intrinsically driven by greed and fear—and the outcome is an emotional turning point commonly referred to as a “price reversal.” Once the key emotional response triggers a start point, the model then calculates a "count" from which subsequent consecutive higher or lower price moves dictate an eventual predicted reversal point. The model is continually tracking each individual bull and bear market within multiple fractal time frames. These time frames are typically based on price bar data including but not exclusive to monthly, weekly, daily, 618 min, 420 min, 240 min, 120 min, 60 min. 30 min, 20 min, 10 min, 5 min, 1 min, 30 sec, 15 sec, and 25 tick bars.
The B.A. model captures fractal-level data "footprints" created during these periods of elevated emotion and uses that data to predict future turning points as well as periods of strength and weakness.
The "guts" of the model are based on proprietary computations, the components of which include elements of—but are not exclusive to—the Fibonacci sequence and its golden ratio, fractal studies, and several unique capitulation thresholds. The B.A. model is equally effective in its ability to predict price movement whether the data input involves an individual stock, stock indexes, sector funds, currencies or commodities and can be used to trade or invest in any time period—intraday, intermediate, or long term.
As a rule, B.A. can be used to generate information about future price movement in any market as long as the primary traders in that market are human beings.
The more active and volatile, i.e. the more "emotional" the market, the better the results of the B.A. system in predicting future price movements and, because of this feature, predictions of future price movement are most sought after during periods of "apparent" chaos whether related to political, social or meteorological uncertainty.
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