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Market timing for active index, sector, ETF and gold fund traders. Over 20 years of profitable market timing. Strategies for SP500, Nasdaq, bonds, sector funds, REITs, gold, small caps, ETFs, stocks. Aggressive as well as conservative strategies. Editor m



 



Critical Issues For Market Timers, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 07:00 EST

The reason for following any timing strategy is to remove yourself from making emotional trades. To remove yourself from the herd, which is often headed in the wrong direction.



Beliefs of Successful Market Timers, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 17 Mar 2017 07:00 EST

Successful market timers, meaning profitable market timers, have several common beliefs that help them achieve consistent profits. On the flip side of this, those who are unsuccessful also have a set of common beliefs.



The Compulsive Impulsive Trader, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 07:00 EST

We are all familiar with the stereotype of the compulsive trader. Traders who are compulsively looking for trading thrills, while telling themselves they are doing it to make a profit.



Maintaining Discipline, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 03 Mar 2017 07:00 EST

Do you have trouble sticking to a timing strategy? Do you hesitate when faced with a buy or sell signal and look for reasons to justify not taking the trade?



Hope May Spring Eternal, But It Won't Make You Money, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:00 EST

What separates the winning traders, from the losing traders, is their ability to recognize that when a trade turns bad, there is no emotion that can fix it.



The Impulsive Trader, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 07:00 EST

While some impulsive decisions may have little effect on one's life, impulsive decisions made when trading the stock market can have major negative consequences.



Is Volatility A Four Letter Word? by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 10 Feb 2017 07:00 EST

Skeptics mistake the volatility, used by trend timing strategies to make profits, as negative. But the opposite is true.



Controlling Impulses Key To Market Timing Profitability, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 03 Feb 2017 07:00 EST

Abandoning a perfectly good timing strategy may give you a good feeling for a day or two, but you will have joined the herd of millions of investors. And overall, the herd loses money.



The Grass Is Not Greener On The Other Side, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 27 Jan 2017 07:00 EST

If achieving profits in the stock market were no more difficult than going shopping at your local supermarket, everyone would be a billionaire



Fear: The Enemy of Market Timing Success, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 07:00 EST

Successful market timers actually make their profits off the fears of the majority of investors, traders, and even other market timers. They do this by sticking to a plan and not allowing emotions (fears) to rule their decision making ability.



Being Right? Or Making Money! by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 07:00 EST

A successful trading plan that creates unemotional buy and sell decisions will, over time, make even the most emotional person, a successful (profitable) market timer.



Successful Market Timing With Fibtimer, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 07:00 EST

If you, as a new subscriber, follow the rules and give the strategies proper time to work, you will not only be profitable, but you will do something few others achieve. You will beat the markets.



Fear, Greed and Trading, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 30 Dec 2016 07:00 EST

First, fear doesn't form in a vacuum. It is a learned response. In the case of market timing, when you have a buy or sell signal that goes bad, the regret and frustration can carry over into the NEXT buy or sell.



Wishing Upon a Star, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 23 Dec 2016 07:00 EST

When you are in wishing mode, you may passively wait instead of taking decisive action. Hoping for miracles and wondering if you'll ever see huge profits. But if you take proactive steps, you won't have to wonder.



Sector Timing for Conservative Market Timers, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 16 Dec 2016 07:00 EST

Industry sectors tend to trend. And when they trend, they often move further (in either direction) than anyone expects. During a strong bull run, it is common to find individual sectors that double the gains of the overall market.



Immediate Profits vs. Delayed Rewards, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 07:00 EST

It is essential for a market timer to think in terms of the big picture, and in terms of probabilities. You must realize that the outcome of any one buy or sell signal is not significant. It's the outcome over time that matters.



Aiming For The Moon! by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 07:00 EST

Great fortunes are made trading trends. It takes a strategy. It takes discipline because you must stick to the strategy in all market conditions knowing that no one knows when the next trend will start.



Market Timer, Know Yourself, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 07:00 EST

Market timers should diversify. Putting all your eggs in one basket just does not make sense.



It's All In How You Play The Game, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 11 Nov 2016 07:00 EST

Emotional investors are what makes the stock market so profitable for those who understand what the majority of investors are doing, and use this information to profit.



Trading Trends; Only for Winners, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 04 Nov 2016 07:00 EST

There are so many indicators, so much available analysis, but price is always right. It is never wrong. At the end of every trading day, price contains the input of millions of traders, the input of all technical and fundamental analysis.



Beliefs of Successful Market Timers, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 07:00 EST

Successful market timers know how to follow a strategy. They know the stock market is not a game and the only way to succeed is with a plan.



Instincts vs. Market Timing Strategy, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 21 Oct 2016 07:00 EST

Fear of risk and uncertainty is an impediment to success. It is necessary to identify this need for safety and security and reprogram yourself to work around it.



The Search For Overnight Riches, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 14 Oct 2016 07:00 EST

It is vital to your very survival, when trading the financial markets, that you keep the proper perspective.



The Basics On Fibonacci Ratios and Elliott Wave Theory, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 07 Oct 2016 07:00 EST

Whether you see this as cosmic or coincidence makes little difference. It happens and tens of thousands of traders make decisions based on Fibonacci ratios, thus amplifying the results.



Don't Make It Personal, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 07:00 EST

...we spend a lifetime building up an array of emotional responses to help us cope with uncomfortable feelings, those same, quite normal emotional responses are exactly the opposite of what is needed to succeed in market timing.



Discretionary vs. Mechanical Market Timing Strategies. Which Is Best? by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 23 Sep 2016 07:00 EST

Buy-and-hold investors have much to worry about. Are they buying in at high prices? When they are ready to retire, will the markets be in a bear market?



Two Emotions That Can Influence Your Trading, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 16 Sep 2016 07:00 EST

Short term market volatility is powerfully influenced by fear and greed. But fear and greed aren't the only emotions that influence market decisions.



The Trend Is Your Friend, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 09 Sep 2016 07:00 EST

Successful trend timing strategies ignore short term volatility in the attempt to realize superior profits during major trending markets.



Trading Trends For Profits, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 02 Sep 2016 07:00 EST

Market timers usually make the majority of their profits in only one or two trades a year. If you don't take every trade, you will likely miss the one that makes most of your profits.



Can You Predict The Future? by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 26 Aug 2016 07:00 EST

Obviously, if 100 market forecasters make predictions, someone will be right. But consistently being right is another story entirely.



Market Timing Facts vs. Market Timing Fiction, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 19 Aug 2016 07:00 EST

the markets will always go up and down, and the majority of stocks in the market will follow the current trend. Change is inevitable!



Market Timing Discipline, Not As Easy As You Thought, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 12 Aug 2016 07:00 EST

Timers follow strategies that provide entry and exit signals based on timing strategies designed to be profitable over time. Strategies that are also designed to protect their capital during the inevitable sideways markets.



Trading Fears, We All Have Them. Part 2, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 05 Aug 2016 07:00 EST

Trading by emotions, by news events, or out of fear, is not very different than gambling. Successful market timers win because they follow a plan. Unemotional and with clear buy and sell signals.



Trading Fears, We All Have Them. Part 2, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 29 Jul 2016 07:00 EST

Years of trading experience has taught us that there is no way to keep emotions from affecting trading, except by following unemotional, non-discretionary strategies



Trading Fears, We All Have Them. It's How We Handle Them That Counts, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 22 Jul 2016 07:00 EST

All traders have some fear, but winning market timers manage their fear while losing timers (as well as many traders) are controlled by it.



Investor or Trader... Which Are You? by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 15 Jul 2016 07:00 EST

Investors anticipate declining markets with fear and anxiety, but unfortunately, they usually do not plan ahead of time how they will respond to them.



Market Moods And Market Timers, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 08 Jul 2016 07:00 EST

There's a strong tendency to follow the crowd. There is a feeling of safety in numbers. When you see a steady upward trend, you feel secure. Everyone is buying. They are all doing the same thing.



Discipline and Market Timing, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 01 Jul 2016 07:00 EST

The only way you will achieve market timing success is to stick to the strategy at all times. That means in good times, as well as hard times.



Controlling Impulses Key To Market Timing Profitability, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 17 Jun 2016 07:00 EST

Abandoning a perfectly good timing strategy may give you a good feeling for a day or two, but you will have joined the herd of millions of investors. And overall, the herd loses money.



Handling Stock Market Hardballs, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 07:00 EST

Scary ideas are no longer frightening after you've acknowledged them and know not only to expect them, but that they are will not harm you if you hold true to your course.



Market Timing, Do You Have What It Takes? by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 03 Jun 2016 07:00 EST

Your goal should not be to achieve perfection. It should be to put the probabilities on your side. And a good timing strategy will do that.



Profit Targets... Important? Or a Really Bad Idea, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 27 May 2016 07:00 EST

By trading every trend, we are guaranteed that we will be on board for every money making advance, and every money making decline, that the future brings us



The Case For Market Timing Diversification, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Thu, 18 May 2016 07:00 EST

Many investors who understand the potential of market timing, pay little attention to the potential of diversification. Many jump right into an aggressive timing strategy with little thought about how they will handle a loss.



Money And Emotions, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 13 May 2016 07:00 EST

...if you carry the emotional baggage of a losing trade around your neck, every decision you make going forward will be affected by it.



The Forever Strategy , by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 06 May 2016 07:00 EST

Trend timers are not prognosticators. We just identify and follow trends. Trend timers believe the markets are smarter than any of us. We make it our business not to try to figure out why the markets are going up or down, or even where they are going to stop.



Market Timing vs. Conventional Wisdom, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 29 Apr 2016 07:00 EST

While market timing is about profiting, it is NOT about fast gains. It is about capitalizing on trends by following a well researched strategy and avoiding huge losses!



Wishing Upon a Star , by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 22 Apr 2016 07:00 EST

You do not need a crystal ball. A good timing strategy works across a variety of market conditions. It may not win on any single trade, but its methods give those who follow it that all important trading edge.



The Case For Market Timing Diversification, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 15 Apr 2016 07:00 EST

Many investors who understand the potential of market timing, pay little attention to the potential of diversification. Many jump right into an aggressive timing strategy with little thought about how they will handle a loss.



Pulling The Trigger, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 08 Apr 2016 07:00 EST

The trade you do not take, will likely be the trade that makes most of the profits for the entire year.



Emotions And Trading, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 01 Apr 2016 07:00 EST

The decision you must make, however, is whether you are going to control your emotions in order to trade decisively and profitably, or let your emotions rule you.



Following an Unemotional Trading Plan Equals Profits, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Thu, 24 Mar 2016 07:00 EST

Why do so many traders sell at bottoms, and buy at tops? It is such a well known fact that it is almost funny, except when you are the person at that top or bottom.



Reaping Rewards Over Time, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 18 Mar 2016 07:00 EST

Although market timing is all about being profitable, it is not about satisfying our emotional needs. Rather, it is the following of a rational plan to create wealth over time.



Letting Your Profits Ride, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 11 Mar 2016 07:00 EST

When you start following a strategy, plan to stick with it for several years. That is how the smart money makes profits. They do not let emotions rule their trading decisions.



Following A Market Timing Strategy, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 04 Mar 2016 07:00 EST

Why do so many traders sell at bottoms, and buy at tops? It is such a well known fact that it is almost funny, except when you are the person at that top or bottom.



Successful Market Timing DEPENDS On Change, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 26 Feb 2016 07:00 EST

History shows us the financial markets are usually in trends. You can go back hundreds of years. You can look at stock markets, commodity markets, Dutch tulips, you name it, they are more often in trends, than not in trends.



The Perfectionist Trader, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 19 Feb 2016 07:00 EST

We must remember that when timing the markets, it is the total gains achieved over a period of time that makes you a winner. Not any single trade.



Focus On The War, Not The Battle, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 12 Feb 2016 07:00 EST

Why is it so many investors will stay with a position as it loses, hoping it will bounce back, instead of cutting their losses? And why do those same investors, when they have a winning position, take quick profits instead of letting the trend play out?



Buy-And-Hold? It Works If You Have 40 Years Or So, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 05 Feb 2016 07:00 EST

The buy-and-hold strategy misleads investors. The markets don't go in one direction forever, whether the trend is bullish or bearish. Only by trading the ups and downs of the market can you make significant profits.



Maintaining Discipline Easier Said Than Done, by Market Timer Frank Kollar

Fri, 29 Jan 2016 07:00 EST

But when the big profit-making trend begins, if you do not take the trade, you will be left by the wayside. Because it is impossible to know ahead of time when that major trend is going to start, you must take all the trades.