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I thought I would alert you all to my new website – The main content of the site brings Martin Zweig’s market timing system up to the current date. With its emphasis on the activities of the Fed, this should be a topical subject in a period of low interest rates, QE and never ending speculation on when they going to start tapering? Find out Zweig’s take on what this means for the market. Another section explores Martin Zweig methodology for picking stocks. What is normally forgotten by people using such stock screens is that Zweig considered director buys as critical in deciding if to but a share. Find out what difference it makes.

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The 4% model went into bull territory on Friday 11th January 2019 so with the high interest rates, Zweig’s Super Model for January will suggest that you should be 65% invested. There are things I dislike about the current rally which I suggest you think about first. It was machine trading on Boxing Day that started this rally. The reasons why the market fell…

Hi EverbodyThe PEGY Calculation for July 16th 2018 for the first few countries ranked from cheapest to most expensive. I have completed my first beta version of my guide to Country stock markets by value and growth.  After reading Peter Lynch’s book I realised you could use the PEGY formula to value and rank a country’s stock market. I intend to do work these tables…

A number of European markets including the UK that went bear in February never turned back to being bull with the US. I am working on a largely original system to rank the growth and value prospects combined with a country risk system. I am working on the written explanation which is taking more time than I thought. I will consider the first version a…

I work out Martin Zweig's “Winning on Wall Street” System for allocating money in the stock market largely based on how the Fed sets interest rates. Last Friday the 4% component that measures Wall Street went negative and we know have a bear market according Zweig. The full model now says you should only be 50% invested in the Stock Market. Not actually put the…

Stock screens do not normally take director buys into account but Martin Zweig made director inside deals part of his stock buying methodology. He considered recent director sells as a negative factor as they could represent bad news that is not yet in the share price. He simply did not buy shares with this characteristic. He viewed recent buys as a positive signal and no…

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HumourMe have you considered using the 50d and 200d moving averages to determine a trend. The problem is that the ones with the steepest moving average are likely to collapse back. IOf wqe have had the fall then the recovery has already happened but not sure we have yet.

I was talking about the FAANG stocks - Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google/Alphabet. They were all down a lot on Christmas Eve. Maybe there was a major fall and we are in a new rally and new leaders will emerge but it felt more like a steep dip to me. (I know they are leaders of the US market but if that crashes you…

Everbody has probably already said these things but:: Try and get a cheap broker and lower your costs as much as possible also think about using a Stocks and shares ISA. Cheap brokers can have limited share choice you can invest in and be more expensive for international trades but pro brokers can have hidden fees just for holding your account. If you are individual…

ValueSignals is run by a gentleman in Belgium.It is the only site with a O'Shaughnessy Trending value screen.

Confused the page was written by Paul last year but later comments are for what happened this morning in May 2018?

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