Stock Market Timing

How TradeWHEN tames the stock market

Here's one of the example charts you will see on this website:

How can trading be as smooth and easy as this chart makes it seem? Averaging is the answer.

TradeWHEN chart
The chart you see here represents the average of twelve TradeWHEN systems combined with twelve different investments.

Below you will find charts of each of the individual investments. For each chart, note that the red line shows the performance obtained by simply buying-and-holding the fund or ETF for the entire nine-year period. The Magenta lines show the performance of the same investment if the indicated TradeWHEN buy and sell signals are acted upon - approximately 1 to 2 roundtrip trades per year. No short selling is assumed. Instead, money is parked in a 3% interest money market fund while not invested in the target fund/ETF.

TradeWHEN system: TW568 - Investment: UOPIX UOPIX
TradeWHEN system: TW654 - Investment: RYSIX RYSIX
TradeWHEN system: TW381 - Investment: FNARX FNARX
TradeWHEN system: TW094 - Investment: EWM EWM
TradeWHEN system: TW689 - Investment: FSCSX FSCSX
TradeWHEN system: TW001 - Investment: FSESX FSESX
TradeWHEN system: TW760 - Investment: FSESX FSESX
TradeWHEN system: TW003 - Investment: FEMKX FEMKX
TradeWHEN system: TW400 - Investment: FLATX FLATX
TradeWHEN system: TW038 - Investment: EWZ EWZ
TradeWHEN system: TW053 - Investment: ENPIX ENPIX
TradeWHEN system: TW042 - Investment: FSAGX FSAGX

Note that, while the trading signals are not perfect (they can't be), each of the investments above traded with TradeWHEN did better over the nine-year period than they would have with simple buy-and-hold - in most cases, significantly better. While the charts - even using TradeWHEN - are still "bumpy", most of the unevenness is smoothed out - diluted - when the twelve charts above are all averaged together (see chart below).

This is the key to making the best use of TradeWHEN.
TradeWHEN chart