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ASTROLOGER ECLIPSES WALL STREET'S BEST

 ASTROLOGER ECLIPSES WALL STREET'S BEST
 NEW YORK, Sept. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Arch Crawford, editor and


publisher of Crawford Perspectives, was recently accorded the No. 1 rank among the Top Ten Long Term Timers over a 24-month period by Timer Digest of Greenwich, Conn., and has just been rated the No. 1 Bond Timer for the past year. Competing in a field of over 100 conventional newsletter writers, this stargazer must have something the others can't locate in their toolbox.
 Crawford is a former technical market analyst for Merrill Lynch, and founded Crawford Perspectives in 1977 after following and studying astronomic cycles related to the market. The correlation of the movement of heavenly bodies to events has long been accepted and put to practical use. Fishermen watch the tides ruled by the moon. Farmers plant crops on moon related cycles. Medical and police personnel even note that full moon activity coincides with elevated accident, suicide and murder rates. It goes deeper for Crawford.
 "I am surprised at the power of these cycles. This research has shown very accurate results over the years, and I am pleased to see that it is being recognized," says Crawford. "The cycles are amazingly accurate and continue to impress me with high correlation to stock and commodity movements. Timer Digest's double No. 1 rating, both in bond and stock market timing, should give pause to even the harshest skeptics."
 Crawford's current bullish outlook calls for the Dow Jones Industrial Average to rally sharply from its current level to the 3,600 - 4,000 range, reaching a near term top after the Presidential election.
 Crawford's work has been noted in the press previously when he called the top of the 1987 market and subsequent crash, noting, "Be out of all stocks by Aug. 24th, ...from which point we expect a horrendous crash." Dubbed "the Street's Best Astrologer" by Barron's that cited Crawford's Nov. 30, 1991, issue, where he wrote, "We have the strongest busy signal since January, 1991!...Count us long and strong." This strong buy signal played out for Crawford followers in the 400-point market rise in December and into January 1992.
 Crawford Perspectives was established in 1977 to publish astronomically accurate market timing by planetary cycles and technical analysis. The newsletter is published monthly. Subscription price is $250. Past results are not a guarantee of future performance. Crawford Perspectives also offers a $2 per minute hotline, updated twice daily at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The hotline number is 1-900-PRODIGY. Callers must be 18-plus to call and there is a two-minute maximum.
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 /CONTACT: Carolyn Snedden of Crawford Perspectives, 212-744-6973/ CO: Crawford Perspectives ST: New York IN: FIN SU:


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