How To Avoid A Stock Market Crash

Introduce Seecrets Trading System (STS) as a new barometer for measuring financial markets bullishness or bearishness. STS can also helps to avoid market crashes.
Dec. 9, 2007 - PRLog -- The paradigm that financial markets are two-dimensional (price and time) may be over. Before Einstein, the universe was thought to have three dimensions. Einstein introduced time as the fourth. Now, scientists believe our universe has eleven dimensions. Could there be some parallels for financial markets?

Seecrets Trading System (STS) uses this idea to develop its own Sentiment and Strength indicators to get better approximations of the markets’ behavior. STS combines these two indicators to identify the current market trend better, similar to a pollster taking the pulse of a nation.

Correct trend identification means that one can identify bull and bear runs with better accuracy.

In the recent case of Northern Rock, a British financial institution, STS correctly identified the bear run starting from May 16th, 2007 which saw prices plunging from 1,100-levels to 100-plus in November 2007.

If STS is correct, Shanghai’s two years "dragon run" from 1,100 to 6000 may have seen better days. STS have classified it as bearish since November 22, 2007.

"STS works equally well for equities, commodities and forex markets" says See, a financial markets veteran of twenty years and product designer.

STS is a limited-circulation product available for subscription only from Seecrets Consulting. A free 14-day trial is available.

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