New Tool, RTT Stock Market Mechanical Timer

By: readtheticker | Wed, Feb 8, 2012
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There is no better investment tool than the educated human mind, but sometimes the mind needs a benchmark to challenge it's position. Our stock market mechanical market timer is one you want to beat.

We have constructed a stock market timer based on our custom NSYE RTT Advance Decline index. At the moment it is a free add on to all members. It is a long/buy only market entry timer. So in sinking markets you need to be a little careful, other wise its performance is just fine.

Snap shot the most recent months, data goes back ten years for review. Sign up logon and review.

- No curve fitting, works well, so long as stock market corrections are less than 25%.

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