TimerTrac Broadcast – Market Timers’ View Amid Covid-19
TimerTrac Broadcast – Market Timers’ View Amid Covid-19

TimerTrac Broadcast – Market Timers’ View Amid Covid-19

Broadcast ScriptTimerTrac Developer Spotlight:

Quantified Market Psychology (QMP)

Broadcast Script

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News Items:

(September 21, 2020)
Teabull Asset Timer Ltd changes the name of six strategies from "Teabull Stock Market ST/MT, Bond Market ST/MT, and Gold Market ST/MT" to "Teabull ST/MT Stock Market Premium, ST/MT Gold Market Premium, and ST/MT Bond Market Premium."
(September 18, 2020)
Two Corner ends the tracking of three strategies called "Two Corner Double Drop, RSI(2) IBS, and Flow Past".
(September 16, 2020)
KMW Timing, LLC ends tracking of one strategy called "KMW Timing TQQQ/SQQQ."
(September 1, 2020)
Michael Hartmann adds one new strategy to be tracked called "Michael Hartmann Maximum Return."
(August 31, 2020)
ReturnStream LLC adds one new strategy to be tracked called "ReturnStream DIVERSIFIED."
(August 28, 2020)
Michael Hartmann starts tracking with four strategies called "Michael Hartmann Rapid Response-Equity, Rapid Response-Bonds, Daily ETF, and Timed Sectors."
(August 27, 2020)
Pickens Asset Management adds one new strategy to be tracked called "Pickens Asset Management Hybrid."
(August 27, 2020)
Four Seasons Capital Growth ends tracking of one strategy called "Four Seasons 4CSNS2.0."
(August 21, 2020)
1german changes developer name to Quantified Market Psychology (QMP).
(August 15, 2020)
Teabull Asset Timer Ltd adds three new strategies to be tracked called "Teabull Stock Market, Bond Market, and Gold Market."
(August 3, 2020)
PING Strategies starts tracking with one strategy called "PING Strategies GenX Counter Trend."
(July 23, 2020)
Ramsland Technology starts tracking with one strategy called "Ramsland Tech QQQ on Open."
(July 20, 2020)
TimingPundit ends the tracking of three strategies called "TimingPundit UltraPro Peak Long, L/S, and L/S Leveraged."
(July 1, 2020)
AheadOfTheTrend adds one new strategy to be tracked called "AheadOfTheTrend StrikeX."
(June 28, 2020)
The Scary Guy Report ends the tracking of two strategies called "The Scary Guy Report Income Portfolio and S&P 500 Signals."
(June 9, 2020)
Drawbridge Strategies starts tracking with one strategy called "Drawbridge Balanced."
(June 4, 2020)
ReturnStream LLC ends tracking of one strategy called "ReturnStream Index Trader Long/Short."

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Market Timing in Australia

Sunday, September 27, 2020

On short-to-medium-term trend analysis, the Australian All Ords share price index remains bearish, notwithstanding the index’s rebound and move back to positive momentum last week. Essentially its red 10-day trendline remains below its green 30-day trendline, though it's red/green colored MACD momentum oscillator is now slightly positive. On medium-to-long-term trend analysis, the All Ords index remains bearish with its green 30-day trendline still below its blue 300 days one and its red Coppock momentum indicator still in negative territory and falling.

Locally, Gold continues to have positive momentum over a 9-month timeframe though has been drifting sideways since March. The other sectors, resources, financials, and property have shown negative momentum over this time period.  Globally, gold also is in front over a 9-month period though languishing since March. The blue American share market is still positive notwithstanding its recent fall. The green Other-Developed markets and the red Emerging markets remain in the doldrums.

It’s been a rough month for US stocks. Until last Thursday the S&P500 futures index was down 7.6% which rates as a “pullback” while the Nasdaq futures index was down 10.9% which amounts to a “correction”. As I have said many times, Wall Street sets the tone for all developed stock markets including Australia’s. Hence where America goes, other markets usually follow.

Teabull Asset Timer Ltd

Monday, September 28, 2020

S&P 500 Index and Dow Jones 30 Index finish lower for the fourth straight week. However, the Nasdaq Composite bucks’ trend to close higher on the week.

This week was traditional up and down ride for the Equity markets that ultimately left the S&P 500 down 0.6% -- its fourth straight weekly decline.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 1.8%, and the Russell 2000 declined 4.0%.  The Nasdaq Composite, however, gained 1.1%. 

There was not one single thing traders could latch on to and say this is the reason why equities struggled.  Instead, it was another week filled with events that fed into the general uneasiness and the push lower in the markets seen this month. The information technology (+2.1%), consumer discretionary (+1.2%), and utilities (+1.2percent ) sectors closed higher. However, growth concerns were evident from the declines in the cyclical energy (-8.6%), materials (-4.6%), financials (-4.2%), and industrials (-2.6percent ) sectors.  

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Leveraged Momentum

Monday, September 28, 2020

This week's uncertainty originates in a variety of questions becoming more or less prominent. Will Congress pass another round of stimulus? Will the pandemic spike again? When will a vaccine be available? When will the majority of people be vaccinated? Which sectors will recover and which are permanently reduced? What will the outcome of the U.S. elections be and what impact will it have on the economy and the markets?

Our LevBands strategy bought UPRO recently when it fell below its lower band and then rose back to that level at least one day later (buy low). An order is scheduled to sell when it falls to its stop price (CYA). (TimerTrac shows an annualized return of +18.32% for the LevBands strategy since tracking began on 4/27/16).

TQQQTrends remains in TQQQ (TimerTrac shows an annualized return of +23.89% since tracking began on 11/24/18).
LevIndex is now invested 100% in UPRO (performance data will be referenced 15 days after one year of tracking on TimerTrac which began 9/16/19).

Leveraged FANG (FNGUTrends) is in FNGU (performance data will be referenced 15 days after one year of tracking on TimerTrac which began 4/7/20).

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.


Monday, September 28, 2020

The global government bond risk benchmark (GBMR) closed lower at a new low-risk reading of 19%.

The regional bond risk indication for the US, Canada, and Western Europe decreased to a low-risk score of 8%.

Quick info:

A risk level equal to or above 60% indicates a rather high-risk and unfavorable market environment.

The comprehensive and broad global bond risk rating (GBMR) is tracking sovereign debt issued by the 21 most important countries (e.g., US Treasury Bonds). The GBMR consists of three regional risk ratings.

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