Timer Digest has been around for quite a few years now, and it provides a wonderful service.
You’ll want to check it out at https://timerdigest.com if you’re at all interested in picking the best times to get in or out of the market; in figuring out the emerging trends in stocks, bonds, or precious metals; or in deciding where you can get the most reliable investment advice.
The approach at Timer Digest is a simple one: the publication monitors more than 100 of the leading market timing models. It ranks the top stock, bond, and gold timing pundits according to the performance of their recommendations during various periods of time.
Timer Digest also publishes profiles of some of the top investment advisers and financial newsletter publishers, providing some great insights into their timing models and their approach to the markets.
Needless to say, Timer Digest doesn’t have a huge circulation. It’s mainly read by high-powered individual and institutional traders and investors. These are the ones who are looking for the best guidance they can find to bring financial success to themselves and their clients.
Timer Digest Is Not Just For Experts
Even so, it’s worth checking out even if you’re a newcomer to the markets, or if you’re just trading a limited account. It would easily cost you more than $20,000 a year to subscribe to all the publications and advisory services that Timer Digest reviews for each issue.
That means you get the cream of the crop – and you save a lot of time as well as money – when you read each issue.
Taking It Personally
As you’ve probably figured out by now, I’m a big fan of Timer Digest.
I’ve followed it off and on for a number of years, and have gotten lots of excellent ideas and insights by studying the forecasts and market timers it reviews.
That’s why I was particularly thrilled when the latest issue of Timer Digest arrived in my email inbox yesterday evening.
I was reading page 4, and reviewing the current list of the “Top Ten Long Term Timers” for the stock market.
To my delight, I saw that Financial Cycles Weekly is on the list!
Our members and subscribers have profited from our service for a long time, and we’ve already put together a solid 13-year track record of out-performing the major market averages year after year.
But this was the first time we’ve been ranked in this important publication.
That really felt good.
Actually, though, as I started to study the list a little more closely, I noticed an important side note: the asterisk beside my name on the list indicated that I was tied in ranking with others on the list.
As it turns out, Financial Cycles Weekly is now in a tie for second place on the Top 10 List, along with Dan Sullivan, Philip Michalek, Bernie Schaeffer, Marvin Appel, and other big names among the ranks of market forecasters.
That’s definitely something to be proud of – so we’ll be doing our best to stay in the Timer Digest Top 10!