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Beat Buy and Hold, Long and Short-term

Welcome to making you more money in the stock market. For those of you who are long-term investors, you will enjoy the Mid-term Indicant for major market indices. For those of you who are short-term traders, read on. Mid--term and  long-term investors can click this sentence for proof of the below chart's content. Before doing this, you may want to first click this sentence to familiarize yourself with the charts and how to interpret them.

For those of you not impressed with the 104 year long-term investment that beats buy and hold by nearly 2,000%, you short-term traders will enjoy the Short-term/Quick-term Indicant for Exchange Traded Funds.

As you can see, the Indicant beat QQQQ buy and hold by 178.9% since 1999. The above can be too slow for some you, while most of you would be delighted with this level of performance. Still too slow for you? Take a look at the Quick-term Indicant for option trading. After that, click here for options stalking.

Not all ETF's will perform this well since ETF's are somewhat new. The Quick-term and Short-term Indicant gets smarter over time, as it mathematically uncovers the secrets of the stock market. However, the Quick-term and Short-term Indicant performs perfectly on wide swings in price, which is what you see on the above chart.

For those of you in between the long-term investor and the short-term trader, you will enjoy the Mid-term Indicant for stocks and funds. The below is an example of a well known stock as opposed to the crap shoot "pick of the day stock." Although Corning is down significantly from its all time high, it is up 705.4% since the November 2, 2002 buy signal.

If you prefer mutual funds, the Mid-term Indicant tracks 100 popular and well known funds. The Indicant recognized the bullishness in the petroleum sector before it became bullish. For example, State Street Global is up 287.1% since the Mid-term Indicant last signaled buy on August 16, 2002.

One of the complaints of new members is that they were not members when the Indicant signaled buy. The Mid-term Indicant does not signal successive buys and sells. However, the Quick-term and Short-term Indicant signals buy and sell more often. A related ETF to another fund will help you if you were not a member at the time of the buy signal or sell signal.

The Indicant maintains a report card which is updated weekly. The Indicant is one of the few websites that does this.

Feel free to browse this website. You should be comfortable before becoming a member, while at the same there is a money back guarantee. Keep in mind the buy, sell, hold, and avoid information in this website is for members only. Sharing with the general public flies in the face of the commonality phenomenon.  At any rate, feel free to enjoy the public sections of the website.

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