In a few days we will be officially entering into the silly season. Most people think of this time of year as the holiday season, but for many investors it tends to be the silly season.
If you haven't made your money in the market already this year do not try to make in the last two weeks of December. This is when the markets are at their most volatile (hard to believe after what we have been through lately) and are trading at their thinnest volumes for the year.
We had a signal on Monday to cover our short DOW position. This turned out to be a nice trade as we had been short the DOW for quite some time. This exit the DOW position came exactly at the right time of the year as we choose to sit out the rest of the year.
Don't misunderstand, covering a short position on the DOW does not change our view of the overall trend for the market. What it is saying is that the market has reached a neutrality between buyers and sellers and has stopped going down.
We would not be surprised to see the market's downtrend resume in 2009, as it appears that there are still a great many challenges ahead for the country and the economy.
If you have the time, please watch this short video I produced to show you the exact signals which told our members when to enter and exit the DOW.
It will give you a better understanding of how the markets work and how you can use our "Trade Triangle" technology in the New Year to make profits.
Enjoy the video,
8 thoughts on “Do Not Try To Make All Your Market Money At The End of December”
Outstanding info it is definitely. Friend on mine has been searching for this content.
I don't necessarily mean that we have to day trade just to be notified when a triangle goes off. What I mean is...many times I'll look at a chart that the triangle software gives a short term signal, but many times it seems I have missed a good price (on a volatile stock) because I see it too late.
The signal is GREAT and CORRECT but, since we don't know the length of the move ahead of time, I may resist, since it is likely that a short term signal going the other way can be issued just as fast!
I like to watch only a few markets because you can see tendencies, and its hard to refresh the triangle page looking for opportunities all the time. If you had the idea I discussed above, I could study the night before...plan my trades... and wait for the triangle confirmation while I am reading IBD or something.
Adam, i'm interested with the software you used with the Trade Triangle technology, If i join the Market Club will i get the software? or i can get the software without it?
Thank you your feedback. The software that we use for "Trade Triangle" technology is built into the program. It is a Java based application is what generates our signals with MarketClub's "Trade Triangles".
There is nothing to download and you always get the latest version. As a matter of fact, we are coming out with a new version in early January of that is going to be an even more powerful than the one we're using right now. I would love to have you join the club we do have a 30 day money-back guarantee so you have no risk whatsoever.
Look forward to welcoming you to the club ... MarketClub.
Mr Twersky would like an index alert posted on E-mails...May i then suggest the DBI Dry Bulk Index.My thinking is that THE DBI index has hit bottom ,and stocks like DRYS.EXM SB DSx etc of international sea shippers has hit bottom prices in November and just beginning to come off those severe bottoms..However some give huge dividends as with Safe Bulkers Inc symbol SB and others..but its any ones quess when the Index will rise ..so giving educated index alerts on the DBI index from time to time who help many investors with there NYSE and Q company shipper
investments.....Just an idea fror you....thanks
Thank you taking the time to come up with some great ideas. Certainly some of the stocks you mentioned are looking like they are basing out but this has not been confirmed yet with our "Trade Triangle" technology.
We are working on new ideas all the time and we will be rolling out in early January a brand-new MarketClub that is sensational in my opinion.
Thanks for the feedback.
I would be interested in this more but one question always nags me about these types of programs. If they work so well, why are you not all multimillionaires? Why the need to sell subscriptions? I don't mean to imply your methodology does not do all you say it will, I just question the motivation.
Thank you for your feedback. You're assuming that I'm not a multimillionaire and that would be wrong to do. One of the great joys of my life has been and is the market. It has been a passion of mine since I was on the floor of the exchange. I have been very lucky to find a business that I have really enjoyed and do not think of as work.
One of the great joys of my life is actually helping investors find out what really goes on in the marketplace and how they can make money. Sharing is an important part of my life and so is giving.
Having said that please don't ask me for free subscription to MarketClub, and here's the reason why. When things are given away for free they have little or no value to the person receiving them. When you subscribe to something you tend to pay a lot more attention to it. When you do that with MarketClub and our "Trade Triangle" technology you will be rewarded.
Every success in the markets and in life.
Yes ,please let me know if you go with a recommendation. (especially one as volital as the SDS). I normally day trade.
I appreciate you taking the time to write to us we're not usually big fans of day trading as it is a pretty difficult thing to do on a consistent basis. That is not to say it can't be done, it just puts a great deal of stress on the individual who is trading.
We prefer to use our 'Trade Triangle" technology and be more of a swing trader. As far as SDS is concerned you may want to run that market through our "Trade Triangles" and see what we are currently thinking on that market.
As a suggestion for future upgrades...since you already have an "alert" feature for us...I think it would be great if we can set an alert on an index, not for a price specifically, but for one of your alerts instead. How great would that be!
e.g. We want to buy the SDS ETF and we set an alert to be notified if MClub comes out with a short term down triangle. We are notified and respond accordingly.
Adam - when you mention tat you traded the dow, was that a Dow Mini Futures Market or something else? Please let me know!
Ivan, thank you for your positive feedback.
We are referring to the actual Dow index this is where we take our signals from, much like the Forex market signals are taken from the cash market.
I hope this helps and answers your question.
Every success in the future.
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