Our Market Direction Model
can help you profit from identifiable market trends, whether up or down. Use it to implement an ETF-based investment strategy that can simplify the process and put you in a position to produce big profits during strong market trends. See our results page
to understand how the model functions in actual market environments. 2013 has been the toughest year so far for market timing and market timing models, let alone the trendless volatile markets of 2011-2012. Indeed, market timing strategies have been well underperforming the general markets in 2013. Being down for year 2013 has become the status quo when it comes to market timing ETFs. Indeed, the trend following wizards which are a group of top fund managers who have been interviewed in books such as Michael Covel’s Trend Following and Jack Schwager’s Market Wizards series are collectively down once again so far in 2013. This is unprecedented in the long histories of these elite fund managers which sometimes exceed 30 years. Most recent results of these wizards are shown here
. Fortunately, such periods always come to an end, new trends begin, and the model’s gains in catching these trends have more than made up for the small losses.