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This is a friendly reminder that this will be your last chance to subscribe to either of the Technical Watch paid services before they go up this Friday, January 1st. Below is the original announcement letter regarding this change in rates. If you're still on the fence on this, I have decided to open up the subscription areas for both the Chat Transcripts and the Weekly Breadth Data reviews for this past year so can see what you're paying for. Remember, you will need to be a member of the Technical Watch message board community in order to access these forums with the passwords.

The password for the transcripts is: lobster
The password for the breadth review is: shrimp

These areas will be open publicly until the end of 2015 where new passwords will be sent to current subscribers on the 1st.

Thank you for your time and may your best trade in 2015 will be your worse one in 2016!

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Good day!

Because of security upgrades to the chat room and other increased costs in association with the running of Technical Watch, the subscription rates for both "Chatting the Market" and the "Weekly Breadth in Review" services will see their first price increases in 6 years starting on January 1st, 2016. Those who have current subscriptions to either one or both of these services will continue to be charged the current rates for as long as you remain subscribers. The new rates, along with what's included, can be reviewed on the Subscription Services page which can be found at http://www.technicalwatch.com/subs.htm

For those who have never had the opportunity to see how Technical Watch can help you in improving your trading success rates, this would be a great time to sign up for the month of December before these new price increases go into effect in January. Remember that subscriptions are month to month so you may cancel at any time. And if you find that what we offer is worth your hard earned payments, you too will be locked in at the current prices for as long as you remain a subscriber. 

"Chatting the Market" covers many technical market areas during our twice weekly sessions with a particular slant on underlying market dynamics, while the "Weekly Breadth Data Review" offers a well rounded array of advance/decline charts that keeps you on the right side of the trend in money flow. These 15 charts include hard to find areas such as:

NYSE Common Only Stocks
NYSE Preferred Stocks
NYSE Bond Closed End Funds
NYSE Specialty Closed End Funds
NYSE REIT Stocks
Investment Grade Bonds
Junk Bonds
53 Precious Metals Stocks
All Ordinaries (Australia) Stock Market
BSE (India) Stock Market
CAC (French) Stock Market
DAX (German) Stock Market
FTSE (England) Stock Market

Both services compliment each other as a well rounded package of internal market dynamics not found anywhere else in the business..either on the internet or by mail subscription.

So if you have had any hesitations either now or in the past on subscribing to our services, this would be a terrific opportunity to check us out in real time. Remember, if we're not doing our job, you can cancel at any time and no harm done. But don't you owe it to yourself to at least check it out for the price of 4 round trip trades?

Thank you for your time, and if you have any questions, please feel free in posting them below or write me privately at fib_1618@technicalwatch.com

Dave Breslaw
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