StockMarketTiming.com, LLC is a leading subscription-based independent financial service for investors and traders who are looking for a consistent and effective method for increasing their savings in both bullish and bearish markets. Our market timing system has an outstanding long-term track record for trading the popular Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs: DIA, SPY, and QQQ). Our service has been live since July 2001.
Many financial advisors (FAs) invest their client's assets using the Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT). MPT is a theory of finance which attempts to maximize portfolio expected return for a given amount of portfolio risk, or equivalently minimize risk for a given level of expected return, by carefully choosing the proportions of various assets. Although MPT is widely used in practice in the financial industry, in recent years the basic assumptions of MPT have been widely challenged by fields such as behavioral economics. One reason is due to the major fluctuations of the stock and bond markets. When both of these major entities are performing poorly, investors will be at high risk using this concept.
|In nearly all portfolios of the MPT, a certain percentage is diversified in the Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). The popular ETFs are the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (DIA), the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) and the Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ). These stocks will always fluctuate over time. Trying to determine their price at any given moment based on economic conditions or fundamental analysis is nearly impossible. We have designed a rules-based system for trading these ETFs that produce results that consistently outperform the buy-and-hold strategy of investing.|
Our chief technical chart analyst and developer of the service is Robert W. Dillon, Ph.D. Robert has three degrees in the fields of science: Bachelor's degree in Earth Science from the University of New Orleans, and a Master of Science degree and Doctorate degree in Geology & Geophysics from the Missouri University of Science & Technology, with specialties in geochemistry, geohydrology, and geophysics. He has over 30 years of experience trading the stock market and has developed a rules-based system that uses technical parameters of the stock market. Robert has taught a variety of geology-related college classes at 5 different academic institutions. He currently is an Adjunct Professor for Florida Southwestern State College.
Robert has a vast amount of experience in highly complex charts. He is also a master fingerstyle guitarist. The combination of his scientific and creative abilities with the stock market using technical analysis, gives him a pure analytical advantage over traditional strategies used by money managers.
|Due to his success in the financial world, he became semi-retired at the age of 41 and has been providing financial guidance to his customers since year 2001. He holds the highest level of ethical standards and avoids any conflicts of interest. Robert has tested & experimented with almost every style of technical trading. He has extensively traded the market and experienced every imaginable technical and emotional situation. He has watched the markets change from cold calling to high-frequency trading and the dominance of the Algos, not to mention what goes on behind the scenes not available to the public. Through all of that, the greatest teacher of course, is the market itself. And while the speed and method of execution may change, the fundamental truths that underly technical analysis remain the same. Fear and greed reflected in crowd dynamics will always be represented within a simple price (and volume) vs. time chart.|
Trading signals may be provided to Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs) who manage Assets Under Management (AUM) on a contract basis. Performance results are independently verified by Alpha Performance Verification Services and TimerTrac.
Dr. Dillon is not a registered or licensed investment advisor or broker-dealer. His clients are individual investors and professional investment advisors. He has many financial advisors and money managers who use his trading signals for their clients. The SMT system contains back-tested data starting in January 2000, and went live in July 2001. All returns are published on the site.
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