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Week 72 Report – Bullish Sentiment and Watching The News

The new TimingResearch report for the week has been posted, click on the link below to view the full report including the update on sentiment numbers and everyone’s comments on whether they believe keeping up with news events helps their trading.

Brief Analysis: Last’s week’s bearish opinion turned out to be incorrect as the S&P500 jumped 3.28%. For this coming week, sentiment is slightly bullish with the average confidence higher on the bearish side.

Click here to download TRReport020815.pdf

Download all past reports here.

This week’s show will feature the following guests and host, be sure to register here!
– Ed Carlson of SeattleTechnicalAdvisors.com
– Neil Batho of TraderReview.net
– Jim Kenney of OptionProfessor.com
– Dave Landry of DaveLandry.com

Please share your thoughts about the report in the comments section below.

Week 71 Report – Bearish Sentiment and Stop Orders

The new TimingResearch report for the week has been posted, click on the link below to view the full report including the update on sentiment numbers and everyone’s comments on their use of stop orders.

Brief Analysis: The bullish sentient was incorrect last week as the market dropped 2.7%. Sentiment for this coming week has shifted sharply bearish and higher average confidence has also returned slightly to the bearish side.

Click here to download TRReport020115.pdf

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This week’s show will feature the following guests and host, be sure to register here!
– Cameron Yost of DimensionTrader.com
– Rob Hanna of QuantifiableEdges.com
– Vince Vora of TradingWins.com
– Dave Landry of DaveLandry.com

Please share your thoughts about the report in the comments section below.

Week 70 Report – Bullish Sentiment and Worst Methodologies

The new TimingResearch report for the week has been posted, click on the link below to view the full report including the update on sentiment numbers and everyone’s comments on what  methodologies they have had the least success with in trading.

Brief Analysis: The bullish sentiment of last week was correct as the S&P500 jumped 1.54%. This week’s sentiment numbers stayed almost exactly the same with close to 70% of respondents predicting “Higher” for the coming week. Confidence levels are showing a rare instance of the averages for bulls and bears being almost exactly the same for the week but with a slight edge to the bulls.

Click here to download TRReport0112515.pdf

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This week’s show will feature the following guests and host, be sure to register here!
– Glenn Thompson of PacificTradingAcademy.com
– John Nyaradi of WallStreetSectorSelector.com
– Jason Jankovsky of TheLionOnline.net
– Dave Landry of DaveLandry.com

Please share your thoughts about the report in the comments section below.

Week 69 Report – Bullish Sentiment and Favorite Methodologies

The new TimingResearch report for the week has been posted, click on the link below to view the full report including the update on sentiment numbers and everyone’s comments on what  methodologies they have had the most success with in trading.

Brief Analysis: The strong bullish sentiment was incorrect last week as the S&P500 fell 1.31%. The strong bullishness has increased with 68.6% of survey respondents predicting a gain for the index during the shortened trading week starting January 20th. The average confidence on the “Higher” side was also higher than it has been in months.

Click here to download TRReport011815.pdf

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This week’s show will feature the following guests and host, be sure to register here!
– George and Milton of FinancialJuice.com
– Steven Place of InvestingWithOptions.com
– Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com
– Dave Landry of DaveLandry.com

Please share your thoughts about the report in the comments section below.

Week 68 Report – Bullish Sentiment and Favorite Books

The new TimingResearch report for the week has been posted, click on the link below to view the full report including the update on sentiment numbers and everyone’s comments on what books they read in 2014 and what they want to read in 2015.

Brief Analysis: The overall bearish sentiment from last week was correct as the S&P500 index dropped 0.47%. Sentiment has switched back to a bullish outlook for next week, however respondents choosing “Lower” had the higher average confidence.

Click here to download TRReport011115.pdf

Download all past reports here.

This week’s show will feature the following guests and host, be sure to register here!
– Vince Vora of TradingWins.com
– Mike Bridges of PacificTradingAcademy.com
– Jim Kenney of OptionProfessor.com
– Dave Landry of DaveLandry.com

Please share your thoughts about the report in the comments section below.

Week 67 Report – Bearish Sentiment and and 2015 Skills

The new TimingResearch report for the week has been posted, click on the link below to view the full report including the update on sentiment numbers and everyone’s comments on what skills they want to learn or improve in 2015.

Brief Analysis: The overall bullish sentiment was incorrect last week as the S&P500 dropped 1.41% for the week. This week sentiment has switched back to bearish with average confidence being higher on the bullish side for the first time since October.

Click here to download TRReport010415.pdf

Download all past reports here.

This week’s show will feature the following guests and host, be sure to register here!
– Todd Mitchell of TradingConceptsInc.com
– Larry Gaines of PowerCycleTrading.com
– Neil Batho of TraderReview.net
– Dave Landry of DaveLandry.com

Please share your thoughts about the report in the comments section below.

Week 66 Report – Bullishness Continues and 2014 Lessons

The new TimingResearch report for the week has been posted, click on the link below to view the full report including the update on sentiment numbers and everyone’s comments on what they learned about trading in 2014.

Brief Analysis: The strong bullish sentiment of last week was correct as the S&P500 index gained almost 1% last week. Bullishness continues with almost 63% of respondents predicting “Higher” for next week. Higher average confidence is on the bearish side again though at 6.684 to 6.333.

Click here to download TRReport122814.pdf

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Please share your thoughts about the report in the comments section below.

What Financial Advice Would You Give Your Younger Self? (Week 30)

This week’s new question for TimingResearch member was, “If you could go back in time and give your 20-year-old self some financial advice, what would it be?”

There were 134 responses to this question. “Learn” was one of the most common words in all of the responses, being used 26 times, with the word “invest” coming close after that with 20 mentions.

As far as what to learn about or invest in, popular recommendations were for investing in good companies, trading based on technical analysis (4 people), and trading options (11 people).

One typical comment was, “Start investing immediately. Learn how to trade while you are young, and build that knowledge into financial independence.”

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Week 27: Slight Bearishness and Obamacare 6 Million Mark

The moderately bullish projection of 57.7% “higher” to 42.3% “lower” for the period of March 24-28 turned out to be incorrect as the S&P500 ended down 1.86 points for the week.

This week we are back to a slight bearish sentiment for the main question:
Would you guess that the S&P 500 index will move higher or lower next week? (from Monday’s open to Friday’s close; March 30 – April 4)

Higher: 48.6%
Lower: 51.4%

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Week 22: Strong Bearish Projection

The slight bullishness of last week turned out to be incorrect as the S&P500 ended down 2.78 points for the week. This week however is showing a relatively strong bearish sentiment:
Would you guess that the S&P 500 index will move higher or lower next week? (from Monday’s open to Friday’s close; February 24-28)

Higher: 41.2%
Lower: 58.8%

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