Market History

Technology: Market Information Machine (MIM)

Trade Ideas

Each morning at the open you will receive an email with the best trade ideas across the spectrum of Market History services. These ideas are carefully selected by our large staff of expert traders.

Result: trading ideas that have a high historical probability of success.

Below is an actual example of Market History's powerful technology, as well as brief descriptions of EarningsEdge, SeasonalEdge, and EventEdge advanced trading strategies.

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example: events in the markets give us our ideas

Market History - example

Sound simple? It is. That's why it works.

It all starts with an event, a question confronting the markets. What happened in the past when the market configuration was similar to what we see today?

In this case, we came up with a simple price action analysis that returned every major equity market "crash" in the modern era - the day before the 5% slide in stocks August of 1998.

Bottom Line: We got our subscribers out the day before a 500 point slide.

EarningsEdge

Earnings are vital to the market's perception of a company's vitality. Stock prices often move significantly before and after earnings releases, and EarningsEdge is a powerful tool to uncover potential blockbuster trades year round.

The chart below displays information about pending earnings reports and is updated daily. The 12 quarter and 6 quarter edges are the most powerful indicators of how well a stock will do up to and after its earnings report.

EarningsEdge - chart

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SeasonalEdge

Using the Market Information Machine, we answer the question, "what happened in the past when markets were faced with the same set of circumstances as we are experiencing today?"

The chart below can be sorted in any way and shows which stocks have the highest probability of being strong or weak according to the time of the year. Seasonality is highly predictive!

SeasonalEdge - chart

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EventEdge

The graph below boasts the extreme power of Market History by looking at ANY combination of technical and fundamental factors and predicts how a trading instrument will perform when the stars align under those specific conditions.

EventEdge - Treasury Bond Futures

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