How Did You Do Timing The SP500 in 2012?

By: readtheticker | Tue, Jan 1, 2013
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How Did You Do Timing The SP500 in 2012?

2012 the US presidential election year is over, and it went very much to script, as many previous presidential years it was a good one for stocks. So how did you do? Did you do better than our RTT Market Timer?

Buying the dip has worked in 2012, of course that is never as easy as it sounds, how long and wide is the dip is the major complication. Our RTT Market Timer did very well in 2012. Of course we dont look at these mechanical triangles in isolation, we also review: NYSE Advance and Decline data, volatility, price and volume and a few other things.

Learn more here: Market Timing

RTT Market Timer for 2012

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