Timing the market isn’t guesswork: Mathematical models make the difference

Market timing systems can help investors make more money without investing lots of time tracking market trends.

Stock market timing strategies are based on anticipating market trends. The goal is to buy before the market goes up and sell before it goes down.

Since most of these strategies significantly outperform buy-and- hold returns, many investors are eager to time the market.
Unfortunately, many who try fail.

After all, how can folks with busy lives and past or present careers outside the investing field gauge the stock market?
Doesn’t that require years of professional experience or all- consuming self-education?

It does, but that doesn’t mean that market timing isn’t for everyone. Investment professionals have developed market timing systems that put their expertise to work for regular investors.

The results can be phenomenal. We’ve seen this first-hand as members of the professional team that used a sophisticated mathematical model to create the precise, easy-to-use Intelli- Timer Market Timing System.

Intelli-Timer works with Nasdaq-tracking mutual funds such as Rydex and ProFunds, exchange-traded funds (ETF) such as QQQQ, and futures and options on market indices. Since March 1999, Intelli-Timer has produced an average annual return of 100.5 percent.

The system works by generating simple ‘buy long’ and ‘sell short’
signals, about one to three monthly. That means subscribers only trade 10 to 20 times per year. The system works in both up and down markets.

Market timing often means going against the prevailing opinion and holding onto stocks when people are down on the market. It’s not for everyone — but it may for you.

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This article was written by the staff at IntelliTrade Labs, an investment firm founded by a team of physics PhDs who use scientific methods to develop systematic models for trading in global financial markets. For more information visit