Trend- & Stock Market Timing Strategies

What we do

Our service is helping members capitalize on strong trends, identify major inflection points in a timely manner and providing a clear game-plan for the week. It also prevents members taking high risk trades during unfavorable market conditions.

What we offer

We provide our subscribers with unrivalled research, well-tested timing indicators and proven tools to succeed in timing the markets. Like the Smart Money Flow Index for instance, which is also featured on the BLOOMBERG PROFESSIONAL Service.

Whom we serve

Whether you’re a novice trader or a professional investor, we bring you expert, relevant research, with the aim of giving you the best information, tools and indicators you need to identify profitable trends and major inflection points before others do.

Nobody Rings a Bell at Inflection Points – We do!

Timing Indicators & Tools

Identify strong trends and major inflection points!

Why are some traders more successful than others? There are probably as many answers as there are traders out there. You will undoubtedly agree that most of the money is being made in a trend, especially as far as options and futures are concerned. In options trading your biggest enemy by far is time. You need to have the patience and discipline to wait for a trend in the market in order to succeed in the long run.

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Market Timing Forecast

Explicit trading strategies on
the outlook for the S&P 500!

The Weekly Market Timing Forecast is based on our timing indicators which give strong signals. Every Sunday, all signals get reviewed in our Weekly Market Timing Forecast in a highly systematic way. This results in explicit trading game plan for the S&P 500. Our report is helping members capitalize on strong trends, identify major inflection points in a timely manner and it provides a clear game-plan for the week.

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ETF Model Portfolios

A Place to Hide When Correlations Are on the Rise!

Modern portfolio theory states that implementing a diversified portfolio leads to significantly higher returns while minimizing risk. To put theory into practice, the negative relationship between stocks and bonds is often a fundamental building block of a “so called” diversified portfolio. The problem is that relationships are changing: The diversification benefit and the expected return of bonds has literally collapsed.

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Can you afford being in the market without the best timing research available?

Growth of a $10,000 Investment in our Market Timing Forecast Calls

WSC Weekly Market Timing Forecast: Relevant Key Calls
  • Bullish in late March 2020: Corona Crisis
  • Bearish in early March 2020: Corona Crisis
  • Bullish in January 2019: Recovery Growth Issues
  • Bearish in December 2018: Growth Concerns
  • Bearish in early October 2018: Trade-War
  • Bullish in mid-May 2018: Volatility Crash Recovery
  • Bearish in mid March 2018: Volatility Crash
  • Bullish in early September 2017: Slow-Down
  • Bearish in December 2015: First Interest Rate Hike

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The chart above shows the cumulative growth of a $10,000 investment in following the outcome of the Market Timing Forecast for three different risk profiles and, in the S&P 500 since 2013. The dots are reflecting the changes in the calls on the outlook of the S&P 500. For example, a red dot shows a change from a bullish- to a bearish call in our Weekly Market Timing Forecast and vice versa. A series of the same consecutive calls are, therefore, not shown until the call changes its direction (e.g. bullish to bearish). The “Aggressive Portfolio” buys a 3x levered S&P 500 ETF (e.g. Direxion Daily S&P500 Bull 3X Shares (SPXL)) on bullish calls and sells it versus cash on bearish calls. The “Moderate Portfolio” buys a 2x levered S&P 500 ETF (e.g. Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bull 2X Shares (SPUU)) on bullish calls and sells it versus cash on bearish calls. The “Conservative Portfolio” buys a normal S&P 500 ETF (e.g. iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV)) on bullish calls and sells it versus cash on bearish calls. All historical Weekly Market Timing Forecasts are available in our member section for your convenience.

Unlocking the Secrets of the CoT-Report!

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) provides inside information about purchases and sales of futures contracts. The largest players in each market are required to disclose their positions to the CFTC daily, and the resulting Commitment of Traders (CoT) Report is released on a weekly basis. These traders are separated into Commercial Hedgers, Small Traders and Large Speculators (aka Managed Money).


The Smart Money Flow Index is the official source for the Smart Money Flow Index (SMFI) for Bloomberg Professional. The Smart Money Flow Index (SMFI) has long been one of the best kept secrets of Wall Street.

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Trade Absolute & Relative Trends in Global Markets

Trends can be exploited in two dimensions: on an absolute basis and in relative terms. A key requirement to implement such trades is to …


Trend Investing Facts:
The empirical literature examining the effectiveness of the trend (momentum) factor is vast. For example, the research paper “A Century of Evidence on Trend-Following Investing” published in the Journal of Portfolio Management in 2017 shows that trend investing as investment strategy had been consistently profitable throughout the past 134 years. This is a fact that we have been telling our subscribers since 1999, the year that we went online.


Further confirmation for a bear-case scenario?

December 5th 2021 | Market Review | U.S. stocks experienced a roller-coaster week that left major averages lower for the week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.9% for the week to finish at 34,580.08. The S&P 500 fell 1.2% in five trading days to end at 4,538.43. The Nasdaq finished at 15,085.47 and plummeted 2.6% this week. Nearly all key S&P sectors ended in negative territory for the week, led by communication services. The utilities sector was the only gainer. The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) – seen by many investors as the best “fear gauge” on Wall Street – jumped to 30.7.
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