Introducing The Ultimate Market Timing Tool
Quantitative investing and trading based on computer formulas dominate equity markets and sophisticated algorithms execute approximately 90% of all trading on major exchanges.
And it will likely increase…
In response to this changing and challenging new trading environment we have created a set of proprietary algorithms that identify, measure buying/selling activity and track the behavior of discretionary trading and buy/sell algorithms on the NYSE and the NASDAQ.
Introducing Market Timer. With Market Timer you can observe market dynamics previously unavailable and get deep insights into market behavior that was impossible to see even with the most sophisticated analysis using charts and indicators.
Market Timer is objective and data-driven technical analysis…
Being able to measure and track both discretionary and computer algorithm buying and selling in the market has provided our clients an unparalleled edge and nearly prescient knowledge of market moves.
This is an invitation to evaluate Market Timer for yourself. It can analyze supply and demand and the crowd behavior of market participants on the NYSE and the NASDAQ. The analysis is then applied to time the major market indexes: The DOW, S&P500 and Nasdaq Composite.
You’ll find it unique in the world of market timing tools and extremely accurate in predicting the behavior of major financial markets in the any time frame, short-, intermediate-, and long-term.
Keep reading to learn more about Market Timer…
What Is Market Timer?
Market TimerTM is the first and only, easy-to-use market timing tool that tracks, measures, and quantifies herding1 behavior of market participants so you can position yourself ahead of a move. You’ll feel like an insider because you’ll see what is really happening inside the market. But we guarantee it’s 100% legal. Once you see how powerful it is we think you’ll agree with us that it is the ultimate market timing tool.
We started with a simple “what if” question: What if market participants are “herding”? In other words, small changes in market buying and selling by participants can trigger a herding effect which results in the market trends we see over time. We developed our own algorithms and quantitative analysis on fundamental internal market data to track market buy/sell orders and found that “herding”2 to be an accurate description of the behavior by financial market participants3.
How Do We Measure, Quantify and Track Market Herding?
FIRST. We quantify market participants buying and selling behavior through our proprietary MT Supply/Demand IndexTM (MTSD). The MTSD Index gives us a specific positive (net buying) or negative (net selling) number. The amount of selling or buying pressure on the market for any particular day tells us if stocks are being accumulated (bought) or distributed (sold) and by how much*. We can tell if the market is starting to herd in the direction of higher prices or herd in the direction of lower prices by watching the MTSD numbers over a few days and then position our swing trades accordingly. We also use the average MTSD number over long periods of time to determine long-term market trends. It’s unique to the industry.
SECOND. Our Balance of PowerTM (BoP) signal tracks the actual movement of the herd and shows us who is in control (bulls or bears) at any one time. The BoP is a unique visual representation of the herd moving through the market. The herd, which includes all market participants (retail, HFT, prop, institutional traders, etc.)2, moves the market in the direction of ‘risk on’ behavior (positive herding/buying/low volatility) or ‘risk off’ behavior (negative herding/selling/high volatility). We see evidence in our BoP signal that the entire market is driven by this herding effect and we can actually observe the “shift” (visual below) taking place from one side to the other as the herd moves through the marketplace.
THIRD. Finally our proprietary MT Volatility IndexTM.(MTVol) is a proprietary volatility index that measures the strength of the movement in the herd and when buying to selling or selling to buying is likely to take place. The average range for the index is between 50% (buying) to 150% (selling) but it can move outside this range in times of extreme positive or negative herding. When MTVol is trending lower it indicates positive herding (buying). When MTVol starts to trend higher, it tells us the herd is starting to get nervous (imminent danger) and the market could move lower through negative herding (selling). If, for example, MTVol is rising and moves above 100% it indicates we are in a bear market and a major market decline is probably underway.
Of the thousands of systems and ways people try and analyze and time the market we are confident Market Timer stands apart… and is much more accurate than any other. For the first time you’ll see the market in a new way – as an “insider” – and you’ll actually see herding in action – you’ll see the herd shift from buying to selling and selling to buying and time your trades accordingly and with confidence.
Our Promise: You will not find a more accurate tool for timing short-, intermediate- and long-term moves, catching the big swings, warning of impending large declines or even catching next day moves anywhere else. Period.
*Richard D. Wyckoff, who many consider to be the father of technical analysis, held the belief “that stock prices were determined solely by supply and demand”. We agree. (Kickpatrick and Dalquist, Technical Analysis: The Complete Resource for Financial Market Technicians, Pearson 2016)
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