Published August 6th 2022

Friday Edition! (Aug 5 2022)

The 10 days ahead: TOGGLE Leading Indicator

The TLI is now live on the web!

The TLI’s continued to successfully provide an indication of market direction during July - in spite of volatility around the Fed - as shown in the chart below.

Recently the TOGGLE Leading Indicator dipped into negative territory to -0.19, pointing to the risk of a drop in the market - especially after the recent rally.

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To learn more about the indicator and its track record, watch our Guide to TLI video here and read it here.

And for those looking for accuracy analytics, here’s our statistical assessment for the TLI:

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General Interest - The one in which NASA and Pentagon admit the existence of UFOs Every week we endeavour to bring you one high quality article post of general interest

Print of the Nuremberg celestial phenomenon of 1561

In a 2021 seminal report the Pentagon acknowledged being aware of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena - quoting 18 specific incidents in recent years.

In May of this year the Department of Defense upped the ante and admitted they had been gathering evidence of more than 400 UAP cases.

Senior Defense official Ronald Moultrie stood before a House of Representatives intelligence subcommittee recently to discuss the report.

For context, this was the first public U.S. congressional hearing on the subject of UFOs in a half century:

"We know that our service members have encountered unidentified aerial phenomena, and because UAP pose potential flight safety and general security risks, we are committed to a focused effort to determine their origins" said Moultrie.

In June, NASA followed suit and announced it would launch a task force to study UAPs.

Both DoD and NASA are adamant that there is no evidence that these UAPs are of extraterrestrial origin. But one can wonder.

In 1960 astrophysicist Ronald N. Bracewell wrote a paper arguing that the most economical way for an advanced civilization to visit us would be to send robotic proxies.

These interstellar scouts would come to be known as Bracewell Probes and would inform science fiction writers for decades. In more recent years, the idea gathered new interest.

Just like we sent the Voyager probes flying to the borders of the solar system, an advanced civilization could seed their stellar neighbourhood with robotic probes to gain insights into their next-door civilizations.

The idea is fascinating. If an extraterrestrial probe was discovered watching us from far orbit, what would our reaction be?

Read more here.

Friday Edition! (Aug 5 2022)

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