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Our proprietary methodology combines our knowledge, experience and interpretation of technical analysis with a
a brilliantly designed mechanical system which validates our interpretation. The mechanical system combines trend-following' and 'momentum' to identify tradable impulses. This method uses what we call 'reactive technical analysis'. Instead of trying to 100% forecast or predict the market's direction based on past market data as in interpretive technical analysis, reactive technical analysis is geared to reacting to the market's movements as soon as possible after they occur. Using the combination of these methods is why our performance results have been exceptional. On a yearly basis, about 20 trading signals (i.e., buy long, sell short, or hold cash) are generated for each ETF (DIA, SPY, and QQQ).
Review our comprehensive trading statistics for the indexes. As a member you will receive:
Instant Access — to the Members Only page with the latest updates;
Latest Timing Signals — e-mail alert when there is any change in status of a signal.
Long — "Buy Long" — means place a trade to buy
Hold — "Hold Cash" — means maintain a 100% cash
Short — "Sell Short" — means you are borrowing stock
from your broker (selling shares) and betting that the price of the
security will decrease so that you can buy-to-cover at a lower
We issue clear and concise trade signals when to either buy long, hold cash, or sell short for each ETF with precise entry and exit prices
(click here for a
trade alert sample);
StockMarketTiming.com's Weekly Newsletter — sent each Thursday (after the close) via e-mail and uploaded to the Members Only page. The newsletter contains:
- The Market Overview — includes technical chart analysis and fundamental concepts of the market, focusing on the S&P 500 Index, and
- ~ short-term forecast
- ~ intermediate-term forecast
- ~ long-term forecast
- Technical Analysis of the ETFs (DIA, SPY, and QQQ) — includes trend analysis, pattern recognition, Elliott wave analysis, Fibonacci retracement levels, key support and resistance levels, interpretation of the key technical indicators, market sentiment data, risk-to-reward probabilities, fundamental analysis, relationships to volatility indexes, volume analysis, and
- Chart Updates — to published articles and to other interesting charts;
Sample of SMT's Weekly Newsletter (December 04, 2014)
Sample of SMT's Weekly Newsletter (July 04, 2008)
Notice on the ETF charts that we predicted the Market Crash of 2008!
Proof of Our Track Record — for each ETF, as shown in the performance tables and charts (table above and left-hand menu); and
First-Class Member Support — with full protection of your privacy, and absolutely no spam or advertisements.
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