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What is Sherlock?

What is Sherlock?

An Analysis Process...      a completely unique and powerful chart analysis process.

A Market Forecasting System...       the worlds most advanced market forecasting system.

A Trade Signal System...       a system capable of locating extremely accurate trades.

The creation of The Sherlock System

Many years ago I began a project of studying historical charts using a specific method to extract incredibly valuable information that the charts provided, to piece together mystery of how the markets move through institutional buying and selling. What I discovered a long the way was that there was a specific dynamic that played out and it happened over and over again. When the markets taught me something, I applied what I knew to be true to other market structures which ended up providing me with additional information which led to more knowledge of how the banks accumulate a position and distribute those positions at a later date.

What ended up being created after years of putting together hundreds of data points on a spreadsheet and tracking them, was the creation of, without question, the most advanced system of forecasting and timing the markets.

SHERLOCK - The Most Advanced Market Forecasting System

It's a pretty big statement to make about Sherlock we know, but what makes Sherlock so incredibly accurate with it's forecasts is that they are based on the realities of how the markets operate and not on a system dependent on price patterns or interpretations of economic data.

Click HERE to see examples of SHERLOCK in action!


Sherlock is broken down into three components: Analysis, Forecasting and Trade Entries.


Sherlock Analysis: the method we use to analyze the charts is a very unique system because it relies on the actual price action of the markets to tell us what is taking place. The analysis process is in a state on constant refinement and tweaking because the more analysis we do using the process, the more we will learn from the markets and in so doing, the tweaking of the system takes place and the system becomes ever more accurate.


Sherlock Forecasting: You’ve already seen the power of the Sherlock system in forecasting the markets through the market outlook sessions, observation journals and the Araujo reports. Sherlock has developed an incredible understanding of market dynamics and how the markets move from one zone to another, on all the timeframes. When a certain situation is presented to Sherlock it is able to determine the next moves in the markets with incredible accuracy.


Sherlock Market Entries: Combining the analysis and forecasting together, Sherlock is able to decide if trading a specific market is ideal or not. If it is an ideal market, it can locate that exact location for entry while keeping risk to a minimum. Sherlock’s accuracy in trade entries, in high odds market scenarios, is unmatched in the trading industry.

Sherlock Analysis, Forecasting and Market Entries

Starting with a blank chart

We have a blank weekly chart of #OIL and we follow our Sherlock analysis process for locating the

institutional supply and demand zone and trend lines.

Most Advanced Forecasting System
Sherlock System
Blank Chart
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Weekly Chart of OIL

Applying the Sherlock Analysis Process

After analyzing the raw data from the charts we produce our analysis by locating all the institutional supply/demand zones and trend lines on the chart. We then break down the chart into trending cycles and non trending cycles. (Level One and Level Two of education teach this process)

Sherlock Analysis

Sherlock Forecasting and Trade Entries

Once the initial analysis is completed on the chart, we then apply the Sherlock System to the analyzed chart and market direction is suggested as well as specific zones to buy or sell from. The result is incredibly accurate market forecasting and market timing that provide entry points for portfolio positions that keep risk to a minimum. (The school forum posts these Trade Entries and Forecasts)

Sherlock Forecasting & Entries
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