Jim Curry

Chief Analyst & Editor @ Goldwavetrader

Jim Curry became involved in the markets as an investor in 1988. In the early 1990's he stumbled upon a book/methodology that would change the way he looked at the markets forever. That book was J.M. Hurst's the Profit Magic of Stock Transaction Timing. Hurst's concepts seemed to make perfect sense to Jim, and he has spent the years since coming up with his own cycle/technical analysis methodology.

In 1998 Jim put his cyclic methods to the test by entering the Etrade national options-trading competition, twice (his only two entries ever into the competition). In the first contest he finished in the top 10 out of over 150,000 entrants; in the second entry into the same contest, he just narrowly missed finishing in first place - over quadrupling a $100,000 account in the contest's short time span.

What you are seeing when you view my market reports is a collection of over 30-years of experience in both numeric analysis and spectral methods - and in actually trading the methodology for myself and for the subscribers of my Gold Wave Trader (which covers Gold) and Market Turns (covering U.S. stocks) reports.

You can visit his websites at: http://goldwavetrader.com/ and http://cyclewave.homestead.com/

Jim Curry Articles

Gold started off the new year with a resounding bang - with the metal forming its low for the week in Monday's session, doing so with the tag of the 1513.50 figure. From there, a slingshot to the upside was seen into late-week, here...
Last week's action was a choppy affair, with gold forming its low in Wednesday's session - here doing so with the tag of the 1474.30 figure. From there, a bounce back was seen into a Thursday high of 1485.80 - before backing slightly off...
Last week's trading saw gold forming its low in Monday's session, here doing so with the tag of the 1463.00 figure. From there, a slingshot higher was seen into late-week, with the metal running all the way up to a Thursday peak of 1491.60...
Last week's trading saw gold continuing to make higher highs for the mid-term upward phase, with the metal running all the way up to a peak of 1300.40 - made in Friday's session. From there, a quick correction was seen, though ending the...
Last week’s action saw gold holding in a consolidation pattern, with the metal bottoming in Tuesday's session with the tag of 1195.10 - before rallying up to a Thursday high of 1212.70, then pulling back off the same to end the week.
Gold continued to break to lower price levels in last weeks trading, with the metal hitting its high in Monday's session with the tag of the 1269.40 figure. From there, a decline was seen into Thursday's session, here hitting a low of 1247...
Through my cycle work in the market, there is a current focus on the month of May to end up as our next decent swing low for the Gold market, with several mid-term cycles pinpointing this timeframe for a potential market bottom.
In terms of time, a short-term secondary low is due for gold here in the current timeframe, originally projected for the February 7th date, but with the normal plus or minus variance of a day or two in either direction. The current decline...
With the sharp selling in recent days, there is now the potential that another larger-degree peak has been seen in the Gold market. Having said that, this is not set in stone at the present time, and the various time cycles that I track...
In my prior article from back in early-June, I noted that a short-term bottom was due, which had been projected for the June 2nd timeframe, plus or minus a day. The actual low for Gold was registered the very next trading day, doing so on...
In the Aztec language the name for gold is teocuitlatl which means "excrement of the gods."

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