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of the latest Trading Map
of months ago, as we’re witnessing the largest wealth destruction in
financial history, we too can feel the pain that many investors/traders
had been suffering, and we’ve
said that: “we
wish that we could paint a perfect roadmap for all of us to trade by.”
And here we are, we’ve finally came up with a “Trading
Map“. It’s nowhere near perfect and still in progress
and we plan to update/improve it constantly over time to serve
prospective and new subscribers, though after a couple of thorough
back-test, the system appeared to work very well.
concept here is very simple - we all know that we will lose money if
we’re betting against the ‘Big Money’ (Institutional Investors). And
thus we’ve all realized that it’s important that we’re moving with the
trend - following the action of what Institutional Investors are doing.
Since these guys are responsible for more than half of the daily trading
volume. They are the deciding force and direction of the overall market.
it’s easy to say than do because the BIG question is “how do we know in
which direction are the big money going?” After toying with the
“Accumulation/Distribution” concept, we came up with simple ‘Trading
Map‘, which simply tells us when to get in and out of a particular asset
the ‘Trading Map' chart going back to 2003. For the sake of
simplification, we’re only illustrates 2 main types of assets class:
stocks and bonds. It is easy to read: if the green bars are above zero,
then Institutions were in Accumulation, so we’d be better off buying
stocks. And if the bars are red and below zero, then Institutional
Investors were in Distribution and thus we should sell stocks and/or
can see, the “Trading Map” was screaming SELL or stay away from stocks
in late 2007. So, the message is clear: you have to invest in the SAME
direction as the Institutions, and never go against them. If you are
buying when they are selling, you will lose!
way, our “Trading Map” is the ideal trading tool for ETF traders. It’s
designed to help traders to become more consistent and more confident.
It’s capable of: detecting the direction of “big money” flow, forecast
the near-term trading range, and sector rotation.
Our Daily ETF Trend Report - a list of ETFs
(those with the 3-month daily average trading volume above 10,000) is
published each day, included indices, sectors, groups, styles,
commodities, currencies, fixed income, and international markets -
provide both traders and long-term investors alike with a unique tool to
quickly identify which areas of the market are attractive and which ones
to stay away from.
Using a proprietary trend and timing score, we
code each ETF based on its current trading pattern. Long-term investors
can use this tool to determine when to enter or exit a position, and
active traders can use it to identify potential trade setups. The report
is also an easy way to stay on top of the multitude of ETFs offered
Click here to see a sample ETFs Daily Trend Report.
We're also offered the popular Capital Essence's
U.S. Market ETFs Trading Map - a weekly with details charts analysis of
major U.S. ETFs,
* SPDR S&P 500 (SPY)
* PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1 (QQQQ)
* iShares Russell 2000 index (IWM)
* Diamonds (DIA)
* SPDR Gold Trust (GLD)
* United States Oil (USO)
* iShares Dow Jones US Telecom (IYZ)
* Select Sector SPDR-Materials (XLB)
* Select Sector SPDR-Energy (XLE)
* Select Sector SPDR-Financial (XLF)
* Select Sector SPDR-Industrial (XLI)
* Select Sector SPDR-Technology (XLK)
* Select Sector SPDR-Consumer Staples (XLP)
* Select Sector SPDR-Utilities (XLU)
* Select Sector SPDR-Health Care (XLV)
* Select Sector SPDR-Consumer Discretionary (XLY)
and much more...
Click here to read a sample
Weekly U.S. Market ETFs Trading Map issue.