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To Survive The Wall Street Jungle
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Learn How To Trade Stocks Very
Profitably while Limiting Risk.
Wall Street, too often, has mainly served INSIDERS and PROFESSIONALS.
Here you will learn the rules to beat Wall Street at its own game. We apply the
TigerSoft tools you will need to make investing and trading stocks much more
profitable. Bluntly restated, without this knowledge and TigerSoft, the stock
market is a very dangerous place for your hard-earned money. Please read more.
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Thank you for visiting. These are the starting rules we teach our customers.
They are based on 30 years' observation, testing and discussions with hundreds of
professional traders. If you don't understand something here, give us a call at
858-273-5900. We will make the concepts and tools clearer and apply them
to the stocks you are interested in. The best time to call is in the afternoon.
Read some more and we will explain the Buys and Sells here.
You May Want To Reconsider Your Trading Approach
We strongly suggest you re-think "buying and holding", only "selling when
you have a profit" and "shooting from the hip" buying because a stock just
looks cheap. You might make money for a while. But not in the long run. These
trading approaches are very dangerous to your pocket-book. So is buying on
a "tip". Some who will read this are high-powered people who are used to making
important decisions on their own with their own expertise. If that describes you,
be sure to take the time to read what follows closely. The rules below are vital.
The Trend Is Your Friend.
But What "Trends" Are The Most Important?
If all this is too hard to swallow, keep repeating the mantra, "the trend is your
friend" and look back at what just happened to the stock market between
October 2007 and March 2008, when the Dow Jones Average fell 54%. Most
"buy and hold" portfolios were down much more. Using the rules detailed here,
ones which we have advocated for many years, would have kept you out of
all the losses since 2007. You would have lost nothing and would even have
been far ahead in a retirement account.
The trends to follow are the 50-day mvg.avg. of price, TigerSoft's Accumulation
Index and TigerSoft's Closing Power. There's more. But mastering these concepts
will be of enormous help.
There's a lot you can quickly discover here. Read on. I will post many more
examples in the coming weeks and I suggest regular reading of the Tiger Blog.
Here are the basics.
Rule #1 Watch the 50-day moving average of stock prices. Its "trend is your friend".
This rule is something you will see espoused in Investors' Business Daily and
by many other traders.
BUY - When a stock's prices close the day ABOVE the 50-day ma with
the Tiger Accumulation Index POSITIVE, we should treat that as a Buy.
SELL - When a stock's prices close the day BELOW the 50-day ma with
the Tiger Accumulation Index NEGATIVE, we should treat that as a Buy.
Using only prices crossing a 50-day ma alone can often produce
whip-saws. This occurs when prices go back and forth over the 50-day
ma several times in rapid succession without making a bigger, profitable
move. That is the reason we also require TigerSoft's Accumulation Index,
which is a measure of insider and professional accumulation and
distribution, to CONFIRM the move past the 50-day ma.
Rule #2 When prices cross above the 50-day ma and the Accumulation Index is
still in negative (red) territory, treat this as an UNCONFIRMED
CROSS-OVER. Similarly, when prices cross below the 50-day ma and the
Accumulation Index is still in positive (blue) territory, we also treat this
as an UNCONFIRMED CROSS-OVER. In these cases, prices usually pull-
back to the 50-day ma and we must watch for a confirmed cross-over,
Always also watch the trend of the (blue) TigerSoft Closing Power. Its trend
is your friend if you abide by it and do not fight it. Only TigerSoft has this
Silver has moved up and down with swings of TigerSoft Closing Power
and Tiger's Accumulation Index. Both indicators were created by TigerSoft.
Rule #3 Watch the (blue) TigerSoft Closing Power. Draw-lines through its highs
when it is declining.
Rule #3 BUYs take place on cross-overs by the Closing Power above its
Draw lines through its bottoms when it is rising.
Rule #3 SELLs take place on cross-overs by the Closing Power below its
This approach gives more Buys and Sells than Rule #1. It is for traders. It
ensures that you will miss very few substantial price moves.
Rule #4: You will usually do much better using Rule #3 BUYs when the stock is already
on a Rule #1 BUY. In other words, you can buy stocks that move above their
Closing Power resistance line more confidently when the stock is also
above its 50-day ma and the Tiger Accumulation Index is positive.
Similarly, short sellers will do very well using Rule #3 SELLs when the stock
is already on a Rule #1 SELL. In other words, Sell stocks short more confidently
when their Closing Power uptrend support line is violated and the stock is below
its 50-day ma and the Tiger Accumulation Index is negative.
Horizontal Closing Power resistance and support levels when violated
bring powerful moves,
What A Very Bullish Stock Look Like
at The Start of Its Advance
Explosive Super Stocks Book
Use Tiger's Power-Stock-Ranker the find the best stocks to buy.
They often show intense, massive, steady Insider Buying/Accumulation.
Buy them when the (blue) TigerSoft Closing Power's downtrend line
December 31, 2007 What Distinguished Early-on The Stocks about To Rise The Most in 2007
June 18, 2008 Picking the Best Performing Stocks of 2008 Is Easy with TigerSoft's Power Ranker
and our Accumulation Index.
What A Very Bearish Stock Look Like
Tiger's Short Selling Techniques
Short sellers, use Tiger's Power-Stock-Ranker the find the best
stocks to sell. They often show intense, massive, steady Insider
Selling and Distribnbution. Sell them short when the (blue) TigerSoft
Closing Power's uptrend line is broken.
August 7, 2007 How To Pick The Best Short Sales?
August 13, 2007 Killer Short Sale Techniques
November 6, 2007 Lots of Stocks Look Like Good Short Sales
January 13, 2008 Insider Selling, as TigerSoft Measures It,
Is A Common Characteristic of Weakest Stocks of 2008.
March 3, 2008 Weak Stocks for Short Selling as Found by TigerSoft's Power-Ranker
A LOT MORE IS COMING. But we can't give all our trade secrets away,
Our website is full of examples and charts which carry these ideas much
further. The point here is to show you what works best and to demonstrate
that profitable trading is easy, once you have the best tools and know the
right rules. See www.tigersoft.com We use automatic Buys and Sells, too.
That makes trading even easier. Give us a call, 858-273-5900.