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Subscription Options are listed below, please note: These subscriptions AUTOMATICALLY RENEW, but lock in your rate and you will not be subject to price increases in the future unless you allow your subscription to lapse.  Because it is a renewing subscription it is up to each subscriber to opt out via paypal should they choose to terminate their subscription.  This is the case for every option: quarterly, yearly or monthly.  Each of these subscriptions follows the 11 indexes: SPX, DOW, Nasdaq, RUSSELL, Financials, Real Estate, Energy, Semiconductors, Gold, Silver and Miners.   

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We have been posting our trades since 2011 and have recorded annual returns of 77%, 31%, 62%, .02%, 3.6% and 32%.  We consistently outperform many of the top money managers and hedge funds.

You can check out our Alphahorn Swing System examples by clicking on the tab above.  You can check out the progression of our Elliott Wave count by clicking on the Big Picture Wave Count and see how we correctly called this bull market from 2011.  And you can read what subscribers say about their experience by clicking on the Alpha Testimonials tab, here a snapshot of what you’ll find there:

Join these satisfied subscribers, who have this to say about their experience:

lakeozonia1 says:  August 18, 2017 at 9:40 am

I’ve been a member for 3 years now, in that time, alphahorn has outperformed everyone of my other three trading services. As a member, you won’t find handholding or emotional support here as some services provide, but what you will receive are swing trade advice that is unparallel, bold, and more often than not….counter intuitive to “what everyone else” is doing. Personally, i frequently have difficultly taking a full position based on many of his calls, due to the nature of the trade being in direct conflict with what the main stream are saying. Word of advise from a experienced member….after one receives a trade alert, just login to your account and make the trade as fast as possible….you will be amazed with the results and even more amazed at how successful a trader you can become with this guy in your corner.

Hi alphahorn
Another great year up 40 percent with 2 months to go.
Great calls in November on Bib and cash for qld.
Thanks for expertise.

Hello Alphahorn,
You’re the BEST! I’ve never seen anyone else that comes close. I’m sticking pretty closely to the system and am up over 40% and we’re not even halfway through July. Thanks for another great year and a fantastic 5 year return!!

Chris says: July 10, 2016 at 10:25 am

hi Alphahorn, +25 % ya baby great  work that you  chris

 Bob S 

your the best I’ve ever seen wish I would have found you earlier.

Bill L

Some unbelievable calls … Keep up the extraordinary work


New to your work. Subscribed and watched for about 6 months. Your system is amazing. Just recently took my first two trades with these signals. Profitable, sensible, low risk, its a pleasure to have found such common sense simple triggers to such complex issues. I’ll be around a long time.

Robert K:

Having found your site a year or so ago, I have been amazed at your ability and, more importantly, discipline to stick with the system through turbulent times and of course, let profits run….which has been my greatest shortcoming.

Springhill Jack author of the excellent blog Channels and Patterns  wrote on 12/19/13:

Alphahorn’s model portfolio moved back into longs near the low last week as Alphahorn tries to beat his 2011 model portfolio return of 75%, though we’ll need a strong move into the end of the year to put him over the top for that as I think he’s only at 65% or so at the moment… Alphahorn suggested an intriguing possibility in a note to his members half an hour before the Fed announcement yesterday and that was that the retracement pattern on SPX might be a falling wedge. The post Fed low almost made it to wedge support and then it broke up to make target shortly afterwords… that was some really slick classical chartwork from Alphahorn that brightened my day.

skih  says: 10/17/13:

A congratulatory word of thanks. I’ve only been around a year and quite frankly your work is stunning. I’m here to learn and I’ve profited. Next goal to invest in each or your sector trades. I’ve had my girlfriend and my son join. Working on my daughter now to do the same. Thanks your work is impressive to benefit from and watch and learn.

Springhill Jack author of the excellent blog Channels and Patterns  wrote on 9/16/13:

“The last SPX chart for today is the SPX weekly chart from 2009 against the NYMO. I generally follow the daily but a friend of mine posted a look at this over the weekend and the track record of seeing divergences on the weekly NYMO at significant highs and lows is stronger than I expected, and I’ll be adding this chart to my main daily NYMO chart that I look at for trend reversals. That friend is Alphahorn who runs an excellent subscription service using a mix of momentum and reversal indicators and EW with a model portfolio up 53% so far this year, against 31% in 2012 and 75% in 2011. Very impressive work from one of my favorite chartist.

NOTE: The 10th of the month is an important date. All monthly subscriptions purchased on or before the 10th are treated as a full month. Purchases after the 10th are treated as occurring on the first day of the following month. Therefore, a subscription purchased on the 9th of July ends September 30. But, a subscription purchased on the 11th of July expires October 31st. Subscribers get access to the one of the best educational newsletters available. Subscribers get nightly (Monday-Thursday), weekend and occasional intra-day summaries of the stock market. Proprietary signals: Buy or Sell for 8 indexes: SPX, DOW, NASDAQ, RUSSELL, FINANCIALS, REAL ESTATE, ENERGY, and GOLD.

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Weekend Update Part 1: Worldview of future, Implications on the $, Gold and Equities, Charts you won't see elsewhere

I’m presenting my big picture view for equities, gold and the dollar and my rational behind this view. It is a bit of a contrarian view to the mainstream view, but fwiw, it’s my view of where the world is and where we’re going. It begins with a interesting premise that presumes both inflation and a rising dollar. Obviously, most of the world sees our monetary policy as a means to inflating the value of the dollar away making it virtually worthless. While this very well may happen in the future, I don’t think it will happen over the next several years at least, perhaps longer. My theory is based upon the relative strength of the dollar to the rest of the worldwide currencies. We have a great deal of debt, but the rest of the world has collectively more and have borrowed over 13 trillion in USD over the past few years. The stronger the dollar gets, the harder it is for the ROW to service its debt. (God forbid interest rates increase, the ROW already requires over $1 trillion a year to service its debt). There is a resulting worldwide shortage of DOLLARS, people cannot get their hands on enough dollars to service their debt both domestically and worldwide (go back and look at what repo rates did last Sep/Oct for the US impact). Even though we’ve undertaken 2 trillion dollars worth of relief, the dollar continues to hold its strength as the rest of the world also prints their currency. See the ECB, the BOC, the BOJ, the PBOC, the BOE… This ultimately weakens all currencies vs the dollar. There is a mounting currency crisis (that will probably eventually lead to a dollar crash as the rest of the world gets sick of having to use the USD and are tired of being bullied by the dollar), and a new system away from USD could be built; but, this is complicated and those nations will be at the risk of losing the US as a trade partner). I foresee money accelerating into the US resulting in asset prices increasing. Unlike most gold bugs who see a crashing dollar and stock market as the catalyst to rising gold value, I see a combined value increase in both the dollar and gold as dollars flow into the US due to the relative strength of the US economy (see debt to GDP levels for ROW) and the need to service dollar denominated debt by the rest of the world. The dollar could reach its previous all time high in the coming years. As long as 80 holds, I’m comfortable with this position. And this relative strength of the US in my opinion will lead to an increase in asset prices, both equities and gold. We must be open to the idea that the stock market and USD can appreciate even when times are bad here! For the forseeable future, the US is the healthiest horse in the glue factory and I believe money should flow into the US dollar and equity markets to reflect that. In summary, over the long term, the dollar will likely lose value and will be inflated away along with all the other fiat currencies and gold will soar. In the near term, I believe there is upside to both. The near to intermediate term trade is USD vs all other currencies. Ultimately yields will rise on foreign sovereign bonds as it becomes clear that the US has the best chance of funding their budget deficit. As a result money will flow out of the ROW bonds and likely into the US dollar assets, both Treasury bonds and the equity markets will be the beneficiary.

Looking at gold, I believe there is a good chance that 1045 marked the bottom to Gold, while most EW analysts are looking for sub 900 levels for gold. I don’t totally discount this possibility. It is possible they are correct, particularly given my view of the dollar. BUT, i plan on starting to roll into a long gold position on a retracement to ~1400-1370. This is the previous breakout level and I believe we are due for a re-test of that level in the coming days/weeks. I’ll place a stop around 1200, should that level be taken out, then we could see the opportunity to go long gold around 850-900. Note: gold recently hit 1450, this might have been the end to 2, I’m watching 1530 level and any bounce about that I’ll look to start a position.

Based upon continuing develops and the severity of the decline in equity prices, I’m introducing a new alternative count for equities (although my existing count fits equally well with my theory). My new wave count is looking for a near term bottom for equities. I know to many this sounds preposterous given the current pandemic scare and the impact it will have near term on the economy. But, we must remember that equity markets recover far sooner than the economy as a great deal of downside is already baked into the cake. Looking back on the equity indexes individual moves up from the December 2018 lows, the rallies count far better as 3 wave moves with triangle B waves, than they do impulsive five wave moves. This would imply that the move down to those December 2018 lows was primary wave [A], the rise into 2020 the [B] wave of an expanded flat and now the [C] leg, which typically mearsures 1.62x[A] is completing. For the NDX this target is 6813 (6837 currently), for the Russell/IWM that target is 95 (currently 95.69), for the SPX that target was 2429, (currently 2304 or 1.87x{A]), for the DOW that target was 21K (currently 18.9k or 2x[A]) and for the BKX that target is 54 (currently 57). Below are weekly charts for these indexes and for gold. This clearly is an ultra bullish count. I’ll post my bearish count in Part 2. Both of these counts look for at least a near term bounce. We might see another day or two of downside to begin the week, but I believe we are very close to the beginning of a very large move up for equities.

Remember nothing happens in a straight line. There will be corrections to every move up, over the coming months. This is my personal investment plan, everyone must choose what’s best for themselves.

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