Our methodology increases your returns not only when the markets go up, but even when the markets go down!
We invite you to review our performance tables and charts on our site, which track our success. We are the home of the
most honest, concise, credible (unbiased and zero-hype), low risk, inexpensive, and most of all,
effective financial web site on the Internet today!
Our trading system is very unique. We would like you to join because we:
- continue to achieve profitability year after year.
- StockMarketTiming.com is one of the first profitable timing systems on the Internet today.
We have a proven track record that is available to the public. Many timing services do not provide a track record that is viewable to non-members. Site visitors can go to the left-hand menu on any page and review the Performance Tables for DIA, SPY, and QQQ.
- Beware of the numerous market timing services out there, which practically guarantee that you will make tons of money.
We have found that many of these services show results that are totally unrealistic, unproven, have compounded returns
(hyped results), do not perform proper back-testing, do not have real-time trading results, do not have a live track record, and some sites
are even manipulative and change their tables to reflect positive signals.
- Our system has been back-tested using data from years 2000 and the 1st 1/2 of 2001. We went live in July 2001.
The system has done quite well ever since we went live and continues to outperform the market. The effectiveness of our system has been made available in our
performance summary bar chart. As you can see, our members had averaged well over 100% returns on their investment since inception! Our track record speaks for itself!
- We encourage any interested investors to thoroughly research web sites that claim to have produced exuberant results. A worthy phrase to remember "if it's too good to be true, then it probably isn't". We stress caution with other systems, especially on the Internet.
- relieve the investor of having to depend on financial analysts' recommendations and on company information, that may or
may not be truthful;
- eliminate the emotional turmoil and confusion that all day traders constantly experience
(click here for a list of comical new stock terms);
- provide a comprehensive weekly newsletter, which has valuable market information, such as: a market overview with next
week's forecast, a detailed technical anaylsis section of the ETFs (DIA, SPY, and QQQ), including risk-to-reward probabilities and
short-term forecast, monthly updates (the big picture), and even a stock pick of the week.
release easy to understand timing signals. We monitor market conditions every trading day. When our signals change,
members will immediately receive our Latest Timing Signals e-mail alert, with clear directions on what to do. This status change in
signals is also reflected in the member's area of our web site.
- provide a lower risk method of investing, since you are investing in a broad market (meaning you are well diversified either long
or short) as opposed to a single stock that is subject to higher risk, volatility, and many uncontrollable factors that can impact stock
price (click here for a list of benefits for trading ETFs);
- believe the stock market is trading within a very long 15-20 year cycle which market observers have dubbed “the secular cycle”. This cycle takes stocks from undervalued status (low price to earnings) to overvalued status (high price to earnings) over multiple four-year cycles. The cycle then repeats in the other direction. The period from World War II to the early nineteen sixties was a 20 year “secular” bull market, with a total return of 774% (S&P 500). The period from 1965 to 1982 was a “secular” bear market, with a total return of -10%. More recently, the period from 1982 to 2000 was a “secular” bull market with a total return of 1214%. Many analysts believe that the U.S. has now entered a “secular” bear market (beginning in 2000) and that returns for the next 10 to 15 years will be sub-normal with high market volatility. During the last secular bear market (1965-1983), there were five four-year cycles and each one contained a bear market lasting more than a year. The buy-and-hold strategy may not be a very wise choice until somewhere between 2012 to 2015, but not "now" by any means. Based on our long-term models, the market may start to increase 10-15% per year starting around 2012, and hit another stagant time period beginning around the early- to mid- 2030's.
- consistently beat the long-term buy-and-hold strategy, even in bearish markets. When our timing system gives a bullish
signal we are buyers and profit from the rising market. When the stock market turns sour for most, we short sell the market and
profit from the decline; and
- provide a service that is very affordable for the amount of valuable information you will receive!