HUR chart and the next few days

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HUR is now almost at an over bought level like my chart predicted.


The reason why I sold HUR was because the chart looked to be flattening out.

The chart now shows that the buying is having less effect but that also means that the next few days could see either a spike or a sudden dip.


This is what I predict will happen.

The companies in my newsletter at the moment both have much stronger charts with very strong signals pointing to much higher and faster gains.

Already in just one day, one company I am charting and have bought has moved 6%+ up and is looking strong for much more growth over the next few working days.

I hope everyone joins the newsletter AKW’s Oil and Gas pipeline and those already on board I hope you are all having a great experience.


All the best and as always,

All in my opinion and not to be taken as fact nor advice.

Always seek professional advice before investing in any company


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