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Market timing signals - How it works

Just four intuitive market timing signals!

"With our easy-to-follow market timing signals, you unlock return potential for all major markets. Our market timing models have been designed to catch major market moves. We combine our investment strategy with our market risk indices to provide unique market insights."

- Wolfgang, founder -

Founder - Wolfgang
Signal Action Portfolio allocation
"buy" new investment change from no to full investment
"stay invested" remain invested full investment
"sell" new exit change from full to no investment
"stay out" remain not invested no investment

More details on our unique stock market investment approach at Stock Market Investment Strategy.

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1. Algorithm-based

The signals of our market timing models are based on risk index and market timing algorithms that attempt to identify periods when the potential for gains in the markets is higher than that for losses.

For each monitored market, our market timing algorithms switch our investments between

2. Designed for simplicity

- full investment ("BUY")
indicating that the prices of the underlying market (e.g. US stocks) should rise and therefore it puts our money in the relevant asset class (such as 100% investment in US stocks), and

- no investment ("SELL")
a switch to "0% investment" indicates that the underlying market (e.g.: US stocks) should have no significant upside potential.
In order to preserve our capital, the market timing system combined with our market risk index moves our money into a cash position on the sidelines. The intention is to reduce risk by getting us out of the way of severe bear markets and market crashes.