Market Timer is used by professional traders, investment advisors, hedge funds, institutional traders, family offices, prop traders and retail traders who want to dramatically improve their bottom line investment and trading results.

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The overriding major concepts in technical analysis also apply to the analysis of the signals generated by Market Timer

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This proprietary index measures the shift in the herd when buying to selling or selling to buying is taking place on a daily basis. It can also be use on an intra-day signal to determine the intensity of moves made by the market during the day session using the Premium MTVOL script for TOS.

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BoP Curve

What interested us and the reason we named it the BoP ‘curve’ is because the formations remind us of a bell curve.

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The LT Signal is based on our observations of Market Timer indicators and uses

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Here’s how our current Model’s compare to the three trends mentioned in the beginning of this Guide:

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We read Market Timer from left to right – just like we read the newspaper.

Ignoring the Date column, we will start with the

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Major Advances

There are four things we watch for when reading MTSD before a major rally takes place:

At the end of a decline we watch to see if

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DOW vs BoP

In this section we’ll look at another DOW relationship, but this time with the Balance of Power (BoP).

The DOW/S&P and Nasdaq are inversely correlated to Flow. However, the BoP is positively correlated to the indexes and gives us additional insights into price action. The chart below provides us with some information […]

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The important thing to keep in mind about the BoP is that it’s a visual representation of herding in the financial markets and when a new rally or decline is starting it always starts from the very first column on the left because it’s the most recent representation of herding activity and as more and […]

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