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Author Topic: What to buy when the MTI turns up?  (Read 8839 times)
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« on: May 21, 2010, 10:36:32 AM »

Hello,

Today Market timing indicator=Sell, There are no stocks in portfolio.

If the indicator changes to Buy on Tuesday what and when do I buy? I could keep track of recomendations since the Sell recomm. But do I only buy all the old stocks on the day of sell and new once?

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« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2010, 10:37:52 AM »

Hello,

The Market Timing Indicator is acting like a on/off switch on top of our former portfolios.

The portfolios that benefit from the MTI have their name ending with a "+". The all have a counterpart with the same name without the "+" suffix. They implement the same strategy without the MTI addition.

So, on a given day when the market closes above the alert level, you would have to buy, at the close of the session, all the stocks that are at this moment in the portfolio without the "+". This could be the same stocks you sold when the MTI turned down or new stocks depending on the orders that have been generated in the portfolio (without the "+") during the time the indicator was down.
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