QQQ Market timing

ronnyskog

Newbie
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I have subscribed to this service for quite some time. The swing trade signals for QQQ did well in 2003 (43% return), not so well in 2004 (-2% return so far). I do not trade their system signals, but I find the volume charts very useful. Volume spikes is a great way to identify levels of support and resistance.
 

mr_cassandra

Well-known member
349 36
Thanx for info

ronnyskog said:
I have subscribed to this service for quite some time. The swing trade signals for QQQ did well in 2003 (43% return), not so well in 2004 (-2% return so far). I do not trade their system signals, but I find the volume charts very useful. Volume spikes is a great way to identify levels of support and resistance.

I don't see many posts from people who have subcribed to these services, detailing performance. I place more merit on a subscriber describing the performance. Are those numbers for straight qqq no margin?

On my site, I'm now showing real-time trades using Profunds.

http://www.angelfire.com/ma4/mr_cassandra/MainPage.html

Apologies for Angelfires ever more intrusive pop-up ads. When I move to my own domain, that will end.
 

tradertim

Member
68 5
Highlight Investments provide java charts of the major US indices ( www.marketvolume.com ) showing normalised intraday volume - i.e. correcting for the skewed volume levels at the start & end of each trading day. I`ve been a subscriber for a couple of years and find it useful , in conjunction with TA, for spotting likely turning points.

I`ve been trying out their QQQ/SPDR/Dow pre-close trading signals since Jan`04, but so far the jury is out on their effectiveness. They aim to signal trades after substantial supportive/resistive volume spikes have accumulated against the current trend, indicating a likely trend change. The past performance figures (which don`t assume the use of margin) look good, although the older ones are, I believe, the result of backtesting rather than realtime signals.
 

mr_cassandra

Well-known member
349 36
There's also timing cube

JonnyT said:
Anyone seen this service?

http://www.qqq-market-timing.com/

Any comments or thoughts?

JonnyT

I'm not judging either of them, just commenting in general that I'd want to see past trades including losers, and also a client reference list. I do NOt disbelieve these things (performance) can be done.
 
 
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