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Does anyone know of any good web sites that offer FREE information for timing the stock market (blogs, etc) ?

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Does anyone know of any good web sites that offer FREE information for timing the stock market (blogs, etc) ?

Postby unwyn59 » Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:07 pm

I've developed my own system for timing the Toronto Stock exchange and I'm correct about timing buys or sells about 80% of the time, for a net yearly gain of about 56% per year but I'd like to do even better than that. I'm not into day-trading crap. I buy and hold for about a month to three months, until the next strong buy or sell signal arrives. So I guess I'm a "month-trader", not a "day-trader".

I don't want any automated trading software or any pay sights where people say they are earning 10,000% per hour or any science-fiction like that. I am looking for sites that generally give a hint when things look like the market has bottomed or topped, and they tell the readers these facts.

Any web sites that you know of ??
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Does anyone know of any good web sites that offer FREE information for timing the stock market (blogs, etc) ?

Postby ager » Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:14 pm

www.vectorvest.com is a really good site. You just type in a company quote and they send you a report with complete analysis of the company :D
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Postby devonn » Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:17 pm

I know the perfect site for you that trades within the timeframes you are looking for: It is the FREE Trend/Thrust model openly described on decisionpoint.com:
http://www.decisionpoint.com/TAcourse/TTModel.html

The well-regarded Carl Swenlin who developed this site and method, has free e-newsletters that he publishes here every two weeks hinting of intermediate bottoms and tops:
http://www.decisionpoint.com/ChartSpotliteFiles/ChartSpotMenu.html

If you want to keep in contact with me, my model is similar but more long-term based on Friday end-of-week charts. My model is managed timing within a diversifed Profunds portfolio (China, Latin America, Nikkei, US, plus sectors) I am on Investors Hub: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/favorites.asp

My userid is "CaribbeanJim" if you want to follow my posts. There are many excellent posters there. mvpsignalsystem is one of them.
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Postby ashburn86 » Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:29 pm

I know the perfect site for you that trades within the timeframes you are looking for: It is the FREE Trend/Thrust model openly described on decisionpoint.com:
http://www.decisionpoint.com/TAcourse/TTModel.html

The well-regarded Carl Swenlin who developed this site and method, has free e-newsletters that he publishes here every two weeks hinting of intermediate bottoms and tops:
http://www.decisionpoint.com/ChartSpotliteFiles/ChartSpotMenu.html

If you want to keep in contact with me, my model is similar but more long-term based on Friday end-of-week charts. My model is managed timing within a diversifed Profunds portfolio (China, Latin America, Nikkei, US, plus sectors) I am on Investors Hub: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/favorites.asp

My userid is "CaribbeanJim" if you want to follow my posts. There are many excellent posters there. mvpsignalsystem is one of them.
The one trading blog i visit frequently is Beanieville at www.beanieville.blogspot.com . He is an awesome trader. It is why the site is so popular.
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