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Peerless Stock
Market Timing:

Visa/MC  $395
Includes software. Data
and Hotline for 3 months. 

  (C) 2009
  William Schmidt, Ph.D.
  Tiger Software
  858 273 5900


  Special $395 
                     Peerless Stock Market Timing


                    April 2008 - March 2009 Trading Gain on DIA +96%

              Using Peerless'es Buys and Sells on the would have gained a trader 113% on the DIA in the
              DIA from April 2008 to March 2009.  Here are the trades.  Our software shows what would
              have happened starting with $10,000 and taking each trade.  Here we assume that each trade
              has a slippage (commissions and differences between bid and ask) of  $40 with each trade)
              and that the trades are taken at the close the day of the signal.  Had the trades been taken
              at the next day's opening, the gains would have been +96%.  It should be noted that our Hotline
              actually improved on some of these trades, such as covering the short sale on DIA on 3/9/2009
              at 6547.06, well below the next day's Buy signal at 6926.49. 

                    5/1/2008         Sell Short DIA @ 129.96  using $10,000
                    9/15/2008       Cover Short DIA and buy DIA @109.8 using account's new value of $11,551.25
                    9/22/2008       Sell DIA and Sell Short DIA @ 110.5 using account's new value of $11624.89
                   10/8/2008       Cover Short DIA and buy DIA @91.4 using account's new value of $13634.26
                   10/14/2008     Sell DIA and Sell Short DIA @ 93.67 using account's new value of $13972.89
                   10/28/2008     Cover Short DIA and buy DIA @91.14 using account's new value of $14350.28
                   11/5/2008       Sell DIA and Sell Short DIA @ 91.85 using account's new value of $14462.07
                   11/21/2008     Cover Short DIA and buy DIA @80.54 using account's new value of $16242.87
                   1/29/2009       Sell DIA and Sell Short DIA @ 81.53 using account's new value of $16442.52
                   3/10/2009       Cover Short DIA and buy DIA @69.14 using account's new value of $18941.27
                   3/27/2009       Sell DIA and Sell Short DIA @ 77.81 using account's new value of $21316.46
                   Had these signals been used to trade the SPY for this period at the openings the next day,
             the gain would have been 118.52%.  For the QQQQ, the gain would have been 110.45%.
             The software allows one to superimpose the Peerless signals on any other chart.  When you
             do this, you will quickly see the enormous value of Peerless.

                   Below is the DJI chart on which the signals were based.
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                                   Peerless 2007 DJI Chart 
            Buys and Sells Gain = 37.9% 

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                 You do not have to suffer through declines in the stock market.   And you do not
                 need to wonder if it's safe buy.
  Peerless can show you exactly when to get out of the market. 
                 It has done that, REAL-TIME,  in early 1981, January 1984, October 1987,
                 July 1990 and at the tops in 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2007, 2008 and 2009. 

                 Peerless can show you when it's safe to buy, just as it did real-time August 1982,
                July 1984, December 1987, October 1990, January 1995, October 1997, October 1998
                and March 2003 when major Buys occur. 

                 Peerless can be used by traders of general market ETFs, S&P Futures and most stocks, too.
                Here are the reversing Buys and Sells since 2005.  Investors will need to undertand how we
                use the past track record of each signal and particular signals in combination to get a sense
                of when the moves will be very big.  See more below.

                               Recent Buys and Sells of Peerless 

                              Signal    Date           DJI                  Gain
                               ------     -----          ---                   ----
                             BUY  4/21/2005    10219             13.2%
                             SELL    5/5/2006    11578              4.9%
                             BUY    6/15/2006   11015              1.2%
                              SELL   6/30/2006    11150             3.1%
BUY    7/18/2006    10799           14.8%
                              SELL    1/5/2007      12398             2.3%
BUY    3/2/2007      12007           14.4%
                              SELL    7/17/2007    13971             3.3%
BUY    8/7/2007      13504            1.9%
                             SELL    9/24/2007     13759            3.9%
BUY    11/14/2007   13223            3.0%
                             SELL    12/6/2007     13619           12.6%
(Note: this was third set of major sells in 6 months.  Very bearish.   See below.)
BUY    3/7/2008       11900           5.5%
                              SELL    3/24/2007     12549          13.0%
BUY    9/15/2008     10918           0.9%
                              SELL    9/22/2008     11016         16.0%
BUY    10/8/2008       9258           0.1%
SELL      10/14/2008     9311            2.6%
BUY       10/28/2008      9065            0.8%
                             SELL      11/5/2008       9139           12.0%
                             BUY        11/21/2008     8046             1.3% 
                             SELL       1/29/2009      8149            
                             Cover     3/9/2009         6547            19.7%  
                             BUY        3/10/2009      6926            12.3%
                            SELL      3/27/2009       7776              -3.1%
BUY      4/3/2009           8018             9.3%   
                             SELL     6/9/2009         8763  

                                                      as of 6/15/2009          

                               When Do Biggest Moves Occur?
                         Here's The Key Pattern We Look for

                               The biggest sell-offs and bear markets come after there has been three or more  series of
                        major Sell signals over eight, or so months.  You can see by October 1987, there had been
                        three separate Sell S9 and S12 sets.   Look at the chart below.  Then compare it with the
                        recent 2007-2008 case.  

=========== 1987 Crash Was Preceded by Three Sets of Sell S9 and Sell S12s ================

                            The breakdown below 2500 (important support from previous lows) in October meant that
                        a severe decline was coming soon.
  From July 2007 to March 2008, there had been
                        four sets of major sells.   All the worst declines in the stock market since 1942, which is far back
                        as we can get some of the key data to produce Buys and Sells, showed this pattern:  1959-1960,
                      1960, 1969-1970, 1973-1974, 1981-1982, 1987, 1990-1991, 2000-2003.
  There's more we can
                       say.  But that should be enough to get some of you to start using Peerless.

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=========== 2008 Crash Was Preceded by Four Sets of Major Peerless Sells ================

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                   Peerless Major Buys and Sells Will Help You Trade Nearly Everything.

     Nearly all markets move up and down with the major Peerless signals.  You certainly can
this principle was true this year, 2008.   Nothing has escaped the bear.   Our research in this
area is substantial.   See the work we did on this regarding how well Peerless Buys and Sells traded the
Fidelity Sector funds, back in 2004.
    No matter what you trade, Peerless will help you time
the  many intermeditate-term moves.  The only occasional  exceptions are oil and gas, gold
and Japan.  

                                              Peerless Is Simple and Automatic

    Peerless is simple and automatic. No interpretation is required of its signals.  Buy on a red Up-Arrow
"B" Signal, like a "B9".  Later sell on a red Down-Arrow "S" Signal, like an "S9". The signals would
normally be taken on the next day, at the opening.  We have done many studies showing the value of
using these signals over time.  The signals beat buy and hold handily.  Always, one would have used
them to get before a bear market  would have dropped your holdings dramatically.   Always, we were
able to take advantages of bull markets.  See the difference, the older Peerless would have meant to
a typcial retirement account.  The newer (just released) Peerless is more effective and back-tested
25 additional years.  The older rules were validated and some new Buys and Sells have been added
that take into account seasonality.

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   Important Retirement Planning 

     Originally written in 1981, there were then 10 Buy signals and 10 Sell signals.  Some of these
had to be interreted.  That is not true now.  Since 1981, we have also added a few new signals.
But all the basic rules have worked superbly  at the criticial tops and bottoms.

     The October 1987 top was called perfectly with the original system.  So would
this year's top.  In the 1990s, we came to appreciate the importance of Tiger's  
Accumulation Index for calling major tops.  Its negative and positive divergences have
produced excellent signals.   

     In 2005, preparatory to a new book on Peerless,  I started to back test the programs further
back than 1966.   Using NYSE Advance amd Decline data back to 1942, I refined Peerless even
more by introducing market seasonality.   It should be noted that the Accumulation Index has
been tested back to 1928, the earlier point for which we can get data.  Its bearish divergences
would easily have let someone back then see that 1929 was a major top with severely bearish
  ------------------------- Heavy Red Distribution before 1929 Crash   ------------------------- 
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          More links on Peerless:       

          Peerless Real-Time Signals: 1981-2008
           Stock Market Bear Markets and Their Bottoms' Charts: 1915-2008

                              Buying and Selling, the DJI-30 or an equivalent investment:
Using Peerless would have turned $100 in 1965 into $89,600 in 2007. 
                           This is the equivalent of 
+17.5 %/year. Making this much a year
                           does wonderful things to a retirement account!

                                    By comparison, buying and holding the DJI-30 from 1965 to 2007
                      would have only increased the value of the original $100 investment to

only $1437 in 2007.

                                    Using Peerless and only buying and then selling (no short sales)
                                              61 of the 67 trades (91.0%) would have been profitable.
                                              On average 1.6 trades per year.  Avg. Trade's Gain =  +11.2%
                                    Peerless Averaged +17.5%/year compared with Buy and Hold of 7%.

                                    The Peerless gains of simply buying and selling on the reversing major Peerless signals
                                    are understated, in that no consideration is given the interest received while in cash.
                                    This would probably have increased the average annual return by more than 2.5%,
                                    making the average annual return 20%.  

         See also:

        Sample DJI Chart - 9/12/2008

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     Many internal strength indicators are included to help you fine-tune the intermediate-term
Peerless signals and give you a way also to trade tactically the market's shorter-term moves.
Lines may be drawn.  Percentage retracements or moves up from a low are shown. Automatic trendlines
and regression channels are included.  Likely percentage retracements are helpful, too. 

                                                    Buy The Original

     We brought price bands to charting software before anyone else. True!  Back in 1981.
We also invented the Tiger's Accumulation Index, Opening and Closing Power, among
other superb market timing and stock trading tools.  You will need TigerSoft,
as well as Peerless, to take advantage of these powerful discoveries.


           TIGERSOFT ($295) - includes 3 more months of Data from TigerSoft.
                         More information - http://www.tigersoft.com/--3--/Explanation/index.html
                         Optimized Buys and Sells.
                         TigerSoft Accumulation Index and Closing Power, among many original tools. 

            We also suggest gettng our TigerSoft programs to time the market and particular ETFs or stocks.
            You will see many charts on this site produced by the,  Their automatic signals work well.  Use
            the best of Tiger's tools for spotting insider and professional buying: the Tiger Accumulation Index
            and Tiger's Closing Power. 

            The TigerSoft chart initally appears like this.

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               Tiger's Closing Power Shows What Professionals Are Expecting.
             Too often openings are misleading.  Use the trends of Closing Power
             to confirm the Peerless Buys and Sells and trade tactically.

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