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Are you sick and tired of having too many losing trades and missing the great trends?

Then welcome to Catapult Research, the definitive source for technical analysis, Gann theory and the key for creating profits by identifying and exploiting the major trends driving the global markets.

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What We Do

Have you ever noticed that the people who tell you “Don’t try to time the market” are the same people who tell you to buy at the top and sell at the low? You can time the market and that is what we do at Catapult Research. We called the Low in Bitcoin in December 2018, the Low in WTI in February 2016, the High in Gold in September 2011 and an important top for the SPX in the Fall of 2018. Missing the “turns” is the same thing as missing the trade. Subscribe to Catapult Research to get on the right side of the major trend as it is happening, not months and months after the fact.

For insights on currencies and other markets follow the link below to access our sample technical analyses. We use GANN TRADER by Optuma. 

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Catapult Research was launched on March 8th, 2001 by James Smith with the goal of making Gann Analysis more accessible to traders and investors. Catapult Research founder James Smith graduated from the American Graduate School of International Management in 1987 with a Masters In Management Degree. In his career James has traded bonds at UBS P&D, worked at Reuters as a Capital Markets Manager, and filled the position of Director of Marketing at PEI. Throughout his career James Smith has held an abiding interest in Gann Analysis.