TimerTrac Developer Spotlight:
(April 21, 2022)
Leveraged Momentum starts the tracking of one strategy called "LevTrends from Leveraged Momentum."
(April 6, 2022)
The Ord Oracle
ends the tracking of 2 strategies called "The Ord Oracle and The Ord Oracle Precious Metals."
(January 29, 2022)
Teabull Asset Timer Ltd adds three new strategies to be tracked called "Teabull Stock Market, Bond Market, and Gold Market."
(January 28, 2022)
ReturnStream LLC ends tracking of one strategy called "ReturnStream XAUGold."
(January 19, 2022)
Teabull Asset Timer Ltd ends the tracking of all active strategies.
(January 3, 2022)
Volatimer ends the tracking of all active strategies.
Sunday, May 8, 2022
The global government bond risk benchmark (GBMR) closed higher at a high-risk rating of 100%.
The regional bond risk indication for the US, Canada, and Western Europe remained unchanged at a high-risk score of 100%.
A risk level equal to or above 60% indicates a rather high-risk and unfavorable market environment.
The broad global bond risk rating (GBMR) tracks sovereign debt issued by the 21 most important countries (e.g., US Treasury Bonds).
|Market Timing in Australia
Saturday, May 7, 2022
The All-Ords share price index fell 3.3 % last week making a total fall of 5.0% since the market last peaked on April 21st. On short-to-medium term trend analysis, the All-Ords index is now bearish because its red 10-day trend line fell below its green 30-day one. Its price momentum as measured by the MACD oscillator is consistently negative. On medium-to-long term trend analysis, the All-Ords index has been bullish since the 20th of October 2020
Two weeks ago, America’s S&P500 share index went bearish on short-to-medium term trend analysis. Its red 10-day trendline fell below its green 30-day trendline. Its MACD momentum indicator is negative. The US share market’s medium-to-long-term trend and momentum indicators remain fractionally bullish, but if the S&P 500 share index falls next week it could go bearish for the first time since March 2020.
Monday, May 9, 2022
Uncertainty regarding the implications of Russia's attack on Ukraine, supply chain issues, inflation trends, rate increases, less Fed stimulus, lower earnings growth, and the pandemic continues to cause volatility.
Our LevBands strategy sold $UPRO a couple of weeks ago due to its price falling to the price indicated by its algorithm (cover your assets) and will buy it again when indicated by its algorithm (buy low). The higher incidence of whipsaw when using this strategy seems to be the primary factor causing its long-term return to be lower than the Leveraged Crosses (LevCrosses) strategy--and that lower return is the reason LevCrosses is a component of the Optimum Mix rather than LevBands. Click through to TimerTrac to see an 18.46% annualized return for the LevBands strategy since tracking began on 4/27/16.
Our LevCrosses strategy also sold $UPRO a couple of weeks ago when its indicator turned negative (cover your assets). LevCrosses is a component of the Optimum Mix so transactions do impact the Optimum Mix positions/percentages. Click through to TimerTrac to see a 15.50% annualized return since tracking began on 4/10/18.
TQQQTrends sold $TQQQ last week and will buy when it rises back to its buy indicator (buy low). Click through to TimerTrac to see a 22.64% annualized return since tracking began on 11/24/18. FNGUTrends sold FNGU a few weeks ago when it fell to the price indicated by its algorithm (cover your assets). This strategy will buy FNGU when it rises back to its buy indicator (buy low). Click through to TimerTrac to see a 112.09% annualized return since tracking began on 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.
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