Decision Point Chart Spotlight
Timer Digest has ranked Decision Point #1 Bond Timer for the 52-week period ending 1/26/2007.
"Nearly two years ago I stopped making discretionary calls for bonds (my best guess for market direction), and decided to use a mechanical model that I call the Trend Model, so named because it is driven strictly by trend-following tools, and relies only on the movement of the price index to generate decisions.
The model uses crossovers of the 20-, 50-, and 200-EMAs (exponential moving averages) of price to generate buy, sell, and neutral signals. The relationship of the 50-EMA to the 200-EMA determines if the price index is in a long-term bull or bear market. For example, it the 50-EMA is above the 200-EMA, it is a bull market.
Crossovers of the 20-EMA and 50-EMA actually generate the signals. If the 20-EMA crosses up through the 50-EMA, a buy signal is generated. When the 20-EMA crosses down through the 50-EMA a sell signal is generated if the 50-EMA is below the 200-EMA, otherwise the model switches to neutral. This is an important feature, because we don't want to be short in a bull market."
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He's up double digit percentages in almost everything using this system.
Edited by Rogerdodger, 03 February 2007 - 05:34 PM.