Super Accelerator Model Explanation: Many of our investors are longer term, conservative investors for which we use our Super Accelerator Model. The Super Accelerator Model is conservative, and has an average of 3 signals a year ... and it catches the big moves as you will see. FYI ... Money Managers typically use the Super Accelerator manage their in and out timing of the market.
There are two elements to the Super Accelerator Model: a. A proprietary, longer term, Super Accelerator Indicator, and b. a (Short Term) S.T. Accelerator.
a. The main component is the Super Accelerator at the top of the chart we posted below. When the Red/Blue Super Accelerator lines cross over and trend down, that is a signal that the current trend is under distribution. When crossing over the to upside, it indicates accumulation is occurring.
b. The problem that technical analyst have with trend lines, is that they never really know for sure where to draw them. This Model takes away that dilemma. By drawing a trend line when the S.T. Accelerator is just starting to cross over its horizontal signal line, we get a good trend line that is often a buy or sell signal 1day earlier than the actual Super Accelerator cross over. If you look closely at the trend lines on the S&P below, there were 7 such cases. This gives faster traders the ability to know when a trend reversal is "just occurring".
First is our current SPY Super Accelerator chart. The SPY's Super Accelerator model went to a new BUY signal (on the long side) at the end of the day on July 8th, 2013; and it went to a SELL condition at the close on January 24th, 2014. This chart is updated daily on our Advanced Investor Update: Section 2, Chart 2.
The next chart below is our Super Accelerator Chart from February 2005. It covers December 2003 to February 2005, and shows the in (buy) and out (sell) signals.
(In our current Super Accelerator Model we have replaced the "inverse" S.T. Accelerator with the S.T. Accelerator 1.5).
But ... what else do you need to know?
We don't just rely on one Model or normal data that everyone else uses. Think about it ... there is NO competitive advantage for those who use information that everyone else is using.
So, we have other supporting Models and Data like the Multi-I Model, Institutional Investor Buying and Selling activity, Options Inflowing/Outflowing levels, and the Up/Down Trending Model ... as part of the 20+ daily charts that you receive. You can see real examples of these below:
Below is our Multi-Indicator Chart from February 27th, 2014. (Advanced Investor Update: Section 2, Chart 1)
I won't even explain it ... because I believe you can just "look at the chart" and figure out when you should be in or out of the market.
>>> Back in the 1920's and 1930's there was a millionaire investor by the name of Jesse Livermore. He is credited with the following statement: "The stock market is all about money. Money flows in, and the market goes up ... money flows out and the market goes down." When you think about it, it makes perfect sense.
So, as a subscriber you will get this Institutional Buying and Selling chart everyday as well (Advanced Investor Update: Section 1, Chart 3). What is it? It is a chart that shows what the big Institutional Investors are doing. If the blue line is above the red line, then it says that Institutional Investors are Buying MORE than they are Selling and they are therefore in Accumulation. (The reverse is also true: When the red line is above the blue line, then it says that Institutional Investors are SELLING MORE than they are Buying and are therefore in Distribution.) Some like to just piggy-back what Institutional Investors are doing ... Buy when Institutions are in Accumulation and Sell when Institutional Investors go into Distribution. This makes perfect sense because Institutional Investors own and control over half of the stocks in the market.
>>> This is another chart that you will never find anywhere else ... This is an important chart because it is a look at what the Options market is saying about the stock market.
So, if you follow the money going into Options, you can see what the Options players really think the market will do next. Here again, this is not a complicated chart, so just following the indicator's directional movements tells you what this Options Liquidity Model is saying about when to invest or sell. Updated daily on our Advanced Investor Update: Section 1, Chart 1.
Think about joining us as a subscriber. I truly believe that superior knowledge, data, and stock market models that no one else has will give you the competitive advantage you need and are looking for. I hope this overview gives you a partial idea of what we do every day for our subscribers every day.
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Prior Statistics about the Super Accelerator Model ...
Be Sure also see these links:
MarketTrackerA and MarketTrackerB
Market Performance Study conducted by Paul Hooper of Markettracker.com