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Marty Chenard is the Advanced
Technical Analyst for
StockTiming.com. He has been an
investor for over 30 years, and
created and taught two different
Advanced Technical Analysis
seminars. In addition, Marty
Chenard is the creator and
developer of the BIMAC Timing
System and the Inverse Market
Indicator System. He currently
works full time at
StockTiming.com, doing technical
analysis and creating market
mission statement of
StockTiming.com is "For
investors whose goal is to earn
enough money for retirement and
to not lose money along the
way." Free daily stock market
trend updates are provided, and
e-mail alerts are often sent to
free members when important
stock market "power shifts"
occur. StockTiming.com also
provides the following benefits
to paid subscribers:
Proprietary stock market models
showing buy, hold, and sell
signals for the NASDAQ 100, the
S&P 500, and the Russell 2000.
Institutional buying and selling
activity is reported with the
stock market's Buying Intensity
and Selling Pressure trends.
Their institutional Early
Warning Indicator (EWI) tells
investors when institutional
selling will affect the market
to the downside.
Buy/sell recommendations are
give on ETFs (QQQQ, SPY, and IWM)
and mutual funds while factoring
in market risk levels for
greater protection of capital.
Super Accelerator stock market
timing model is provided for
investors who want shorter-term
buy and sell signals.
Comparisons between a "buy and
hold" strategy versus a "timing"
strategy in regards to risk
levels and profits.
proprietary Inverse Market
Indicator System that measures a
condition between an inverse
market data source and the S&P
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