Stock Market Timing
Trends. Daily TrendWatch from HardRightEdge.com.
Midnight. Toni Hanson is usually a good read each morning and
usually contains a relevant clue to reading the charts.
Sense Online. Daily market wrapup with occasional market direction
Capital Group, Inc.. Home of Ike Iossif (President/CIO), a superb
technical analyst. The website is one of the ugliest looking on the
web, but they have great stuff.
Summary & Forecast. Larry Katz website. His MSF Technical
Barometer gives good idea whether overbought/oversold condition.
Donald Sew makes his home there. One of the best market timers available.
Utilizes unique "Class" calls. The message boards are light
but informative. When Donald Sew goes on Yahoo!
Chat click on Business&Finance on the left, then User Rooms
on the upper right, then click on Yukon.
Hub. Where Zeev Hed hangs out. Check in Free Zone, User's Groups.
Zeev uses a proprietary timing system called Turnips. Zeev occasionally
makes good market direction calls. He's a very good stock picker.
Advisor's Corner. Periodic updates from some of the best known
names in the stock market advisory business.
Indicators, Ratios, etc.
Market cycles, and other studies
Cycles. Buy in November and sell in May, and other cycle theories.
Turns Cyclic Advisory is edited nightly by Jim Curry. Specializes
in Hurst cyclical analysis to definine short and intermediate-term
market turning points. (Expensive paid service.)
timing using the S&P 500. A simple approach which follows
two exponential moving averages (i.e. the 10-week and 50-week) of
the S&P 500.