You may (or may not) have noticed some small changes to the Report this evening. In a nutshell, I’ve restored paid access to select content through site membership.
I know, I know. That didn’t take long! From free last week, to paid-for this week.
The truth is that, prior to all the incredibly helpful feedback I received over the past nine days, I was not very clear on how most of you were using the site. That’s on me, and I will certainly try to do a better job going forward of staying abreast of subscriber needs.
That said, I firmly believe that those of you who saw good value in the strategy-based version of the site will see even better value in the site’s new layout and introductory pricing model.
Here’s how it works. The Intermarket Outlook and Chart Alerts pages will remain freely-accessible to all readers, as they were in the past. Access to all Relative Strength rank tables, however, will now be through paid subscription.
As a way of saying thanks to those of you who have remained loyal to the site these past few years, I’ve temporarily reduced pricing on Yearly subscriptions to $100 ($8.33/month). That’s a 33% savings over the previous Yearly plan of $149. Monthly subscriptions are also available for $10.
Again, those pricing plans are for a limited time only, so please lock them in now if you’re planning to re-enlist.
That about wraps it up.
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback regarding these changes, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I’ll do my best to assist.
Barring that, I hope to see you all back on the site soon.