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

TimerTrac Broadcast – Market Timers’ View Amid Covid-19

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News Items:

(January 25, 2021)
StockIndexTiming.com starts tracking with one new strategy called "StockIndexTiming."
(January 6, 2021)
Leveraged Momentum changes the name of a strategy from "Leveraged FANG from Leveraged Momentum" to "FNGUTrends from Leveraged Momentum."
(December 31, 2020)
ProfitScore Capital Management, Inc. adds four new strategies to be tracked called "ProfitScore ST Equity Plus, Equity Advantage Plus, ST Equity and Treasury Plus, and Equity and Treasury Advantage Plus."
(December 13, 2020)
Looking Glass Strategies ends the tracking of one strategy called "Looking Glass Strategies LLC 4QTiming ETF-2x."
(December 10, 2020)
ProfitScore Capital Management, Inc. adds one new strategy to be tracked called "ProfitScore ST Equity - STEQ."
(November 28, 2020)
Teabull Asset Timer Ltd adds two new strategies to be tracked called "Teabull IT Stock Market Premium and LT Stock Market Premium."
(November 11, 2020)
AheadOfTheTrend adds one new strategy to be tracked called "AheadOfTheTrend StrikeX-R."
(October 26, 2020)
PhD Smart Investing adds one new strategy to be tracked called "PhD Smart Investing Dynamic."

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Monday, January 25, 2021

The global government bond risk benchmark (GBMR) closed higher at a high-risk reading of 88%.
The regional bond risk indication for the US, Canada, and Western Europe increased to a high-risk score of 88%.

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.

Market Timing in Australia

Sunday, January 24, 2021

The Australian All-Ords share price index closed fractionally lower (-0.1%) for the week.

America's S&P 500 share index fell by a heftier 1.5% after posting record highs the week before.

Australian Market

The share index which broke the 7,000 level on Friday 8th January and after drifting sideways for two weeks has now risen above that level. Also, its MACD price momentum has finally gone positive These are both good signs that the market has broken out of its eight weed doldrums.

Since the 20th of October, the All-Ords index has been bullish on medium-to-long term trend analysis because its 30-day trend line has been above its 300-day one. The Coppock momentum indicator confirms the Australian share market crash of February-March (the first crash since 2007-09) is well and truly over.  Indeed, the All-Ords index is just 2.4% short of its previous peak on Thursday 20th February 2020.

American Market

America’s S&P500 share index shows its recent negative (MACD) momentum went positive again last Wednesday. The US share market’s medium-to-long-term trend and momentum remain extraordinarily strong.

The S&P 500 share index’s 30-day trendline broke above its 300-day trendline on the 4th of June confirming the end of America’s bear market and the strength of its V-shaped recovery.  Also, it was such a short flash crash that the index’s long term Coppock momentum indicator never went negative.

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