Smart market timing Strategies

TrendTimer can help you discover literally thousands of trading strategies that have outperformed a "Buy and Hold" performance of major indexes such as the S&P 500 or Nasdaq 100.
TrendTimer Momentum-Trend strategies use trend-following algorithms to determine the current momentum leader out of a basket of up to 12 stocks or funds. The momentum leader is purchased and held until a new leader emerges. When bear markets are detected, the strategy moves to the safety of a cash or bond fund. The combination of only owning the momentum leader and bear market avoidance can deliver outstanding market beating results. In the graphs below, the colored line segments represent when different stocks were owned.

A single strategy may perform well, but is the success limited to the stocks that were selected? This question can be answered by running the same strategy using different baskets of stocks. The following 100 strategies all use the exact same trading algorithm using baskets of 10 stocks randomly picked from the Nasdaq 100.
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Nasdaq 100 Momentum-Trend Strategies
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As of , over the last years, the above 100 TrendTimer "Nasdaq 100 Strategies" yielded an average annualized return of 0%! The average TrendTimer result beat the 'buy and hold' result 0 out of the last years. With this return, a starting investment of $20,000 would have grown to $0.00.  We recommend that you split your portfolio between at least 10 different strategies. By diversifying, you'll minimize volatility and will achieve the average result produced by your chosen strategies. It's important to understand that the above strategies all use the exact same trading algorithm. 100 Momentum-Trend strategies were generated, each picking 10 random stocks from the Nasdaq 100. The above results were not hand-picked to only show the most successful results. All 100 strategy results are shown, even the ones that didn't beat the S&P. It doesn't seem to matter which stocks are used...most of the strategies have shown to be very successful.
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