InTheMoneyStocks Predicts 'Rounded Top' Followed By Sharp Correction in the Market

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Gareth Soloway of InTheMoneyStocks.com tells investors to have care in chasing stocks like Apple. “What goes up must come down,” says Soloway. “No matter the bubble created, it always will burst.”

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What goes up must come down. No matter the bubble created, it always will burst.

The stock market education website, InTheMoneyStocks.com, has a finger on the pulse of the trading markets and is educating the average investor and trader attempting to stay afloat in turbulent seas. Gareth Soloway, Chief Market Strategist for InTheMoneyStocks, wants to let people know that chasing stocks like Apple while enticing, can have a treacherous outcome. Apple has been priced to perfection at this point and hyped up a great deal. After hitting an all time high of $621.45, InTheMoneyStocks.com believes the price will fall in the next six months to $500.00.

“Average investors and traders live in a world of manipulation and greed,” says Soloway. “Bubble after bubble forms as the Federal Reserve prints money non-stop, while keeping interest rates at near zero levels. Average investors are late to the party and institutions use this as a profit building technique to pillage the middle class.”

InTheMoneyStocks Chief Market Strategists know this and apply their proprietary market cycle analysis to give their members the edge on going long or short on the markets. “What if you knew exactly when to buy the market and ultimately when to exit at the highs and stay in cash for the massive drop or go short?” asks Soloway. “This is priceless information and coveted by the few elite who join and learn the proper strategies.”

Master calculations have shown the markets to be making a top pivot. Based on proprietary calculations, the upside has all but concluded and the markets are in the process of making a rounded top. The proprietary predictions show a multi-month market high that will lead to a 10-15% correction into the third quarter, 2012.

“Rounded tops occur in the most bullish of markets, much like the one we have been during the last three months,” says Soloway. “A rounded top occurs as the retail investor becomes so bullish that they are willing to chase a market at their highs."

A rounded top forms when retail buyers equal institutional sellers. Once the retail player has bought, there are no more buyers and the markets begin their decent. The rounded top has formed and the fall is just starting.

InTheMoneyStocks.com has called every major and minor market top and bottom since 2007 when they nailed the real estate and banking collapse. This cycle top is just another masterful call which will yield members in the Research Center and Intra Day Stock Chat Room massive profits.

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