All About Market Timing - The Easy Way To Get Started by Leslie Masonson

By Leslie Masonson

Shell-shocked traders have misplaced endurance with the normal buy-and-hold method of making an investment. All approximately industry Timing fingers traders with basic, easy-to-use timing recommendations that they could use to go into emerging markets, go out (or cross brief) falling markets, and make constant gains in either industry environments whereas holding opposed to catastrophic losses.

Compelling arguments exhibit the prevalence of simple timing over buy-and-hold, whereas step by step directions convey how easy timing might be. particular funding cars are urged that healthy good into such a lot timing recommendations. traders who are looking to time the marketplace utilizing their very own concepts are supplied with info on on hand software program and sites. and people traders who're trying to find advisors to assist them are supplied with independent score companies to assist them choose the consultant that's top for them.

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Hugh Johnson, Philip J. Orlando, and Jeffrey Applegate. Table 1-1 shows the composite results of all of their forecasts over four years for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), the Standard & Poor’s 500 (S&P 500), and the Nasdaq Composite Index. The table delineates for each year the high, low, and consensus forecast of all the forecasters for each of the three popular market averages. As you can see, starting with the first forecast for the 2000 stock market made at the end of 1999, the forecasters had a poor record.

6 Director of Research, Merriman Capital Management. Article written in November 2002. 4 percent and 6 percent, respectively. So as you can see, there can be long periods of time when the market is flat or down. Even in secular bull markets there are cyclical bear markets, where prices rally and falter, rally and falter, but overall no progress or negative progress is made. There are numerous opportunities to make money, assuming you have the ability and willingness to follow the markets and use a tried-and-true markettiming approach that works.

Since World War II, the market has seen an 18-year rally, followed by an 18-year flat period, followed by another 18-year rally—the one ending in 2000. ”4 CONCLUSION The stock market is not a place for amateur investors who think that they can sit back and rake in the profits, year after year with little risk. As you just saw, secular bull markets are followed by secular bear markets. The stock market is a very risky place, where investors need to be on their toes, or their feet will get burned.

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