Monthly Archives: February 2009

Expanding The Trend Tracker

For about the past year, I have been working on finding a way to improve my trend tracking methodology by researching ways to enter the markets earlier than as per the usual trading rules. At the same time, however, I … Continue reading

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No Load Fund/ETF Tracker updated through 2/26/2009

My latest No Load Fund/ETF Tracker has been posted at: bears continued winning the tug of war against the bulls by a wide margin and the S&P; 500 sank below its previous November low. Our Trend Tracking Index (TTI) for … Continue reading

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Trend Tracking Alert

Be sure to tune into tomorrow’s blog post, when I will be introducing a major addition to my Trend Tracking methodology along with a free e-booklet, which I have just completed.

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Bottom Fishing—An Extreme Sport?

I think reckless bottom fishing should be declared an extreme sport. Many investors, who jumped in too early, based on who knows what reasons, are seeing their portfolio values heading further south—again. MarketWatch reports “Mutual fund flows back in the … Continue reading

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Hedged Mutual Funds

It’s common knowledge that a lot of hedge funds got clobbered last year along with the overall market. Kiplinger took a look at some mutual funds that employed hedging techniques to see how they fared in last year’s environment. Here … Continue reading

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A New (Temporary) Bottom

Once a trend is established, either up or down, it usually follows the basic law of physics that a body in motion tends to stay in motion. That was certainly the case over the past week as downward momentum accelerated … Continue reading

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