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TimerTrac Developer Spotlight:
(September 27, 2019)
Reppond Investments, Inc. ends tracking of five strategies called "Reppond Investments Aggressive Strategy, Sectors Strategy, and all Buy and Hold Strategies."
(September 18, 2019)
(September 16, 2019)
Leveraged Momentum adds one new strategy to be tracked called "LevIndex from Leveraged Momentum."
(September 11, 2019)
(September 7, 2019)
Teabull Asset Timer Ltd ends the tracking of all active strategies due to retirement.
(September 4, 2019)
TrendWerk TAAM starts tracking with five strategies called "TrendWerk TAAM Balanced 50, Growth 65, Max Growth, Portfolio 33, and Pure Equity Timing."
(August 23, 2019)
W. Wall and Company, Inc. ends the tracking of one strategy called "Wallco - Tactical Market Leader."
(August 6, 2019)
Glance Financial Advisors LLC. adds one new strategy to be tracked called "GLANCE_GS."
(July 24, 2019)
Paul Glance & Brian Glance changes developer name to Glance Financial Advisors LLC.
(July 6, 2019)
Brian Glance changes developer name to Paul Glance & Brian Glance.
Monday, September 30, 2019
The market continues to fluctuate between fear of lower earnings, lower GDP, and the ongoing trade war and greed spurred by strong consumer spending, wage growth, the probability of the Fed continuing to lower rates, and stronger than expected actual earnings and sales.
Our LevBands model (annualized return of 16.57% since began tracking on TimerTrac on 4/27/16) is experiencing whiplash as it sold and bought UPRO again in the last week. LevCrosses remains in UPRO (annualized return of 32.18% since began tracking on TimerTrac on 4/10/18). UPROTrends also remains in UPRO (performance data will be referenced after one year of tracking on TimerTrac which began 3/25/19). TQQQTrends remains in TQQQ (performance data will be referenced after one year of tracking on TimerTrac which began 11/24/18). We recently added our LevIndex signal on TimerTrac and it is currently 50% in UPRO and 50% in TMF (performance data will be referenced after one year of tracking on TimerTrac which began 9/16/19).
Performance data and charts for each of these strategies along with the index of your choice (for comparison) can be obtained on the Graphs page of the TimerTrac site
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Australia: The All Ords fell back a little this week, largely thanks to offshore influences including mixed messages on the US-China trade war, continuing uncertainty over Brexit and suggestions that impeachment proceedings might be taken against President Trump.
Monday, September 30, 2019
US stock markets finished lower on Friday. The US stock market risk decreased to a low-risk level of 37%. US tech stock risk closed higher at a medium risk reading of 42%.
The Global Stock Market Risk Rating (GSMR) decreased to a medium risk reading of 42%.
The regional stock market risk score for the US, Canada, and Western Europe sunk to a low-risk reading of 34%.
The global bond market risk benchmark (GBMR) closed unchanged at a medium risk reading of 40%.
The regional bond risk indication for the US, Canada, and Western Europe finished unchanged at a medium risk indication of 42%.
The global US Dollar risk score (GUSDR) closed at a low-risk level. GUSDR rose to 27%.
The Global Gold Risk Rating (GXAUR) jumped to a new medium risk reading of 50%.
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