Each evening, after the close, we update our system using the most recent market data. If there has been a change in position, we will post it for our members before trading opens for the next trading day.
After you subscribe, each time there is a signal change, you will be sent an email notifying you of the switch. It may be neccesary to add our email address to your e-mail contact list in order to receive e-mail from us. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org . You can also log into the website and check for signal changes.
The trading system is based on a set of priority technical indicator that are combined to generate the signals. Moving averages along with moving average crosses are a large part of the timing model. With these indicators, the model attempts to determine the time period in which the odds are the greatest stock prices will rise. We have put as much data in our signals as possible going back 25+ years. Our experience with trading models over the years is, that with limited data, models will fail. This is how Long Term Capital Management imploded in 1998. There models were built in 1994 using only 4 years of data. These 4 years were relatively quiet in the stock market. Then when 1998 happened, their model and company were annihilated. Beware of systems will limited track history.
Let's first remember that margin is nothing more than a loan from your broker. You will also own interest on this loan, which will deduct from your return. If your investment should also decline in price, interest plus additional principle will be owed. For this reason, we do not apply margin to the trades. missBBBbwarwarataanmmod.wereheTTh 4 bi iimimgGG Gg tocNNINNIINNNn nn
There will be two signals that will be issued on a signal. A BUY signal and a CASH signal. When a buy signal is generated, you should place an order to buy, or go LONG the index of your choice at the market opening of the next trading day. When a CASH signal is generated, you should place an order to go to CASH or money market at the market opening of the next trading day, and wait for the next signal.
It has been said that you should never put all of your eggs in one basket and, in general, that is certainly sound advice. For most investors, our timing signals are best implemented as yet-another method to diversify your existing portfolio. That is, it may be utilized in combination with more traditional investing strategies or together with other proven timing systems. Always use your informed judgment.
Stop orders are NOT used in our trading system. With that being said, please be aware that the system can have steep draw downs on rare occasions. In August 2011, the system suffered it's biggest closing loss of nearly 11%, with an intra-trade draw down of nearly 15%. Losses like this have to be expected from time to time. If you are not able to sustain these types of draw downs, you might be well advised not to be investing in the stock market. Please read the full risk disclosure statement.
Long term investing is the most profitable investment strategy over time. The U.S. stock market has a natural long term bullish bias. The market spends much more time in bull markets than bear markets. This means you always want to be playing from the long side of the market and not the short side. This is why our system is always 100% LONG or 100% CASH.Most investors do not allow the natural bullish bias to work for them. When the Long term market timing system, (listed on the PERFORMANCE page , ,,,))) is on a BUYsignal, all BUY signals are taken in our Short term timing model. When the Long term market timing signal is in a CASHsignal, no short term signals are taken until this condition changes. Sometimes this can take several months. This strategy has helped us dodge several sever bear markets.
PAST PERFORMANCE DOES NOT GUARANTEE FUTURE RESULTS