S&P500 Volatility Timing Returns

Posted on Fr 16 November 2007 in misc • 1 min read

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    SP500 Returns 111507

    Ah how the mighty volatility timing system has fallen! Two of the Buy signal returns are now in negative territory with the last two losing fast. Regardless of this I'm still net long and looking to invest more in the S&P500 if a Buy signal is issued below 1400. Timing makes a lot of sense but it has its hazards, you might have to face short term losses to reap long term gains.

    Check out my members section this weekend for my complete S&P500 Volatility Report and Forex & Future's Forecasts.