Annual Forecast Pre-Order Event

 

Our Annual Forecast Pre-Order Event will run from August 16- October 31. During this time, clients are able to pre-order Forecast 2022 at the discounted price of $45. Along with the purchase of Forecast 2022, clients may also save 10% on any subscription ($275+) with the purchase of the Forecast Book by using code SALE2022 at check out. Forecast 2022 will be available as both a print and eBook and will be released in mid-December.

If this is your first Forecast season with us, welcome! If you have been ordering the Forecast Book for years, welcome back and thank you for your continued support. This is our favorite, and most busy, time of year. As we do every year, please start this Forecast season by reading our Forecast 2021 Scorecard to see how we did last year.  We will continue to update the scorecard throughout 2021.

As we introduced last year, one of the sections that will not be included in this year’s annual Forecast Book will be the ~35 page section on individual Sun Signs. We are publishing an individual book dedicated to the yearly trends for the twelve individual signs. The book, Trends for the Twelve Signs 2022, will be written by Antonia Langsdorf-Merriman and Raymond Merriman. Antonia has written an annual Sun Sign book in German for the past several years, based on interviews conducted with Raymond beforehand. We will follow that same format for Trends for the Twelve Signs 2022, where Antonia will interview Raymond on the career, health, and relationship outlook of each sun sign for the year ahead.

We do offer discounts to our Forecast Fan Club members and our Active Subscriber Club members. Check out our page on Forecast Club Levels to learn more about these discounts. We are always available to answer any of your Forecast questions via email at CustomerService@mmacycles.com. We created a list of our most common FAQs to help Forecast season.

We are looking forward to another exciting Forecast season together!

 

 

 

Forecast FAQs

Forecast FAQ

Our Annual Forecast Pre-Order Event will run from August 16- October 31 2021. This is our favorite, and most busy, time of year. We are always available to answer any of your Forecast questions via email at CustomerService@mmacycles.com. We created a list below of our most common FAQs to help this Forecast season.

We are looking forward to another exciting Forecast season together!

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Forecast Club Levels

Every August MMA runs our annual Forecast Pre-Order Event. If this is your first Forecast season with us, welcome! If you have been ordering the Forecast Book for years, welcome back and thank you for your continued support. This is our favorite, and most busy, time of year.

Everyone is invited to be part of our special event where you can pre-order the Forecast Book at a discounted price through the end of October AND save 10% on MMA subscription reports. If you have ordered Forecast in the past, then you will be sent a coupon code on August 16th to save an additional $5 on Forecast 2022. If you are an active subscriber, then you will be sent a coupon code on August 16th to save an additional $10 on Forecast 2022. Being a member of the MMA Fan Club (past purchaser of Forecast Book) or a member of the MMA Active Subscriber Club (current subscriber to paid reports) have additional benefits listed below.

To learn more about our annual event, please check out our Annual Forecast Pre-Order Event Page and Forecast FAQ Page which hosts a wealth of information. You may also send us email to CustomerService@mmacycles.com with any questions you have. Visit our Forecast 2022 Page on August 16th to pre-order Forecast 2022.

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Forecast 2021 Scorecard- As of July 21, 2021

Every year gets better and better with our forecasts. Although 2021 is not yet over, several forecasts made in the 2021 book have already unfolded. We will list a few of the forecasts below as of July 21. Keep in mind these forecasts were written in October-November 2020, and published December 2020, well before 2021 got underway.

ECONOMIC AND MARKET FORECASTS FOR 2021 (made prior to December 1, 2020)The U.S. Stock Market and DJIA: “… There are reasons to support a continuation of the bull market off the lows of March 2020… The next sign of potential trouble for the bull market in the U.S. stock market will happen if and when the DJIA takes out support at 25,000–26,000. Until then, our advice for investors is to stay with bullish strategies. That is, buy corrective declines (even if sharp) into the 50-week and 16.5-month cycle lows due in 2021. But as long as the DJIA does not fall below 25,000–26,000, it is probably a buying opportunity.” The DJIA never traded that low. Instead, it continued to rally and as of this writing, it has made a new all-time high above 35,000 as of May 10 and July 16. The S&P and NASDAQ have continued making new all-time highs in July as well.

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MMTA2 Course 3: Geocosmic Correlations to Primary and Trading Cycles in Financial Markets: June 19 – July 31

GEOCOSMIC CORRELATIONS TO PRIMARY AND TRADING CYCLES IN FINANCIAL MARKETS

A 7-WEEK INTENSIVE TRAINING COURSE LED BY RAYMOND MERRIMAN AND GIANNI DI POCE

JUNE 18 – JULY 31

This is the most important course on market timing for traders offered by MMA. We begin on June 18, 2021 and have opened 10 spots for this course only.

The MMA methodology of financial market timing utilizes several studies to determine an optimal time band for a major market reversal. But the one tool that provides that “extra edge” that all traders seek is Geocosmic Studies.

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Special Raymond Merriman Interview on December 21, 2020

Enclosed is link to an interview Raymond Merriman gave on the John Arc Show last month, December 21, 2020.

It is on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9mqvVcC0so

He asked some interesting questions Raymond has thought further on some of the questions which we will enclose here.

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MMA Free Weekly Forecast: September 21, 2020

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Global equity markets slid further on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve stopped short of promising changes to its massive bond-buying program… Investors were left uneasy even after the Fed on Wednesday signaled it would hold US interest rates at historic low levels until at least the end of 2023 – Adam Samson and Camilla Hodgson, “Global Equities Slip After Federal Reserve Comes Up Short on QE Plans,” Financial Times, September 17, 2020.

Fighting against the Fed has not been a winning strategy since the pandemic market bottom in late March. But when the Fed announced last week that it will leave rates unchanged, around zero percent, through 2023, world equity markets did not cheer. Has the Fed run out of weapons to stimulate the stock market, especially heading into the U.S. Election? Or is this just Mars retrograde in its ruling sign of Aries doing what it normally does when it goes retrograde in its ruling sign, which is to shift from robust aggression and confidence to fears of undesirable consequences from having been too aggressive and confident. Under Mars retrograde, the aggressor is usually the loser. It’s going to remain that way with the heavens until November 13. Don’t start something if you have doubts it will succeed.

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MMA Free Weekly Forecast: September 14, 2020

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Now, however, analysts expect more stimulus before the end of the year. “If inflation remains very low, the ECB may decide in December to extend its crisis-response asset purchase program,” Florian Hense, eurozone economist said. – Silvia Amara, “Shocker Eurozone Data Raises Question About What the ECB Will Do Next,” www.cnbc.com, September 1, 2020.

The race may soon be back on to see who can provide the cheapest world currency, as getting inflation to rise remains an elusive goal. No one wants deflation, and even with interest rates hovering around zero, inflation also continues to remain below the goal of 2%. Now, this is becoming a growing concern for world equity markets, which have started a noticeable decline over the past week. This decline fits well with our market timing studies, as several world indices made new cycle highs within two days of our geocosmic critical reversal date on September 4.

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MMA Weekly Column: September 7, 2020

There will be no market column issued this week. Monday will be the Labor Day holiday in the U.S. and markets will be closed on September 7. Instead, we are going to reprint a full chapter from the Forecast 2020 Book, a timely piece since I am beginning to write the Forecast 2021 Book. This chapter was written in November 2019. See below for the chapter, “JUPITER CONJUNCT PLUTO: EXTREME MEASURES” where I have added in my current thoughts in red. The year 2020 certainly has been a year of “Extreme Measures.” This chapter will give you an idea of what to expect in next year’s book, coming out in December 2020. Enjoy this chapter from Forecast 2020 along with my commentary!

 

JUPITER CONJUNCT PLUTO: EXTREME MEASURES

 

Today, the Republicans are the fiscally irresponsible party and the Democrats the fiscally insane party. – Mona Charen, “Deficit is the Great Missing Topic,” Arizona Republic, November 11, 2019.

The final piece of the Capricorn Stellium involves the 13-year synodic cycle of Jupiter and Pluto. This will be a three-passage series of conjunctions taking place on April 4, June 30, and November 12, 2020.

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MMA Weekly Column: August 31, 2020

PLEASE NOTE: There will be no market column issued next week. The following Monday will be the Labor Day holiday in the U.S. and markets will be closed on September 7.

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I made it to Germany today. It was an easy but long trip as direct routes are hard to come by now. As Jupiter (international travel) will depart from Capricorn (restrictions and travel bans) around the winter solstice, readers may want to look at airlines and travel-related companies for possible investments on any normal corrective decline. But as you see in this week’s column, “normal” corrective declines have been the exception rather than the rule in stocks this year.

Global stock markets were generally favorable last week, with many making new post-crash highs again. The NASDAQ and the S&P both made new all-time highs. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, German DAX, and India’s NIFTY indices are not far behind. Japan, however, had a setback as Prime Minister Abe announced his resignation due to health concerns on Friday, and the Nikkei tumbled.

In other markets, Crude Oil soared to a new post-crash high and Gold is once again testing 2000 as the U.D. Dollar is again testing its lowest level in over two years.

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