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Author Topic: MTI Signal Rules  (Read 6552 times)
catpees
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« on: March 07, 2016, 12:58:55 AM »

Hello SSP,

Long-time member an subscriber, first-time forum poster. Thanks for all the work you put into providing SSP, it is very much appreciated.

I have been re-reading the threads about MTI, and I noticed that there have been a few occasions that the signals didn't get published in the past. However, I did not find the specific rules you use to generate the MTI signals. In the "Introduction to our Market Timing" topic/thread, you mentioned that the indicator is generated using a few moving averages.  You also mention that the indicator is nothing fancy, and that you like to keep it stupid simple.

Is there any chance that you might share the rules you use to generate the MTI signals? I personally have three reasons why I am hoping that you would be open to sharing this information:
  • Education. I would love to have a deeper understanding of the SSP MTI.
  • Protection. Just in case there is ever a long-term issue with the MTI signal generator -- this would allow SSP users to generate their own signals.
  • Experimentation. I would love to try the rules for back-testing against other other markets just to see what happens.

All the best,
Jason

PS - If anyone else would like to chime in and talk about any personal market timing rules that you have had luck with, this might be a good place to share.
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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2016, 11:56:08 AM »

Hello,

Unfortunately, as we propose our service for free, we can not disclose the details of our strategies.

Regarding the recent technical issues, we do not expect this to repeat in the future. In case we would reach a major breakdown, we would then consider to release more details in order not to penalize our long term followers of course.

Also, if you are interested to see how our MTI works with other markets, please note that we already publish MTI for the CDNX and the Euro Stoxx 50.
Here are the direct link to those historical files:
http://www.superstockpicker.com/marketTiming_history_S&P_CDNX.csv
http://www.superstockpicker.com/marketTiming_history_EURO_STOXX_50.csv
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« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2016, 07:21:19 PM »

Hi,

Understood. It doesn't hurt to ask, though Smiley

Others are welcome to share thoughts on this subject in this thread (i.e. timing strategies that you have had luck with)...

Thanks!
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