(PRWEB) July 18, 2005
The conventional wisdom for individual investors in the 2005 U.S. stock market is clear: stay in for the long term and don't get out at the bottom. But according to respected financial guru Ronny Skog, that's easier said than done, since most investors "don't know when or where 'the bottom' is."
To succeed in the market, says Skog, novices and veterans alike need to capitalize on precise timing of the big market moves and unfortunately "simple stock market charts just don't provide enough trend information and in-depth analysis to make that possible."
Skog is the visionary entrepreneur behind Trend Trading System's newly launched Trend-Chart, a timing tool for managing risk and preserving capital. Trend-Chart is a multi-level trend indicator for the entire U.S. Stock Market and is especially intended for investing in the overall stock market via broad-based Exchange Traded Funds like SPY (S&P 500 index), VTI (Wilshire 5000) or DIA (Dow Jones 30 index).
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Skog believes that for the average investor, traditional stock market charts are "confusing and hard to read with bewildering technical indicators, daily noise, price gaps, and choppiness." The result for even the most dedicated investor can be "information overload with no way to distill the facts into understandable trends." Trend-Chart features clear-cut, color-coded "Buy," "Sell" and "Hold" signals allowing investors to "track trends easily and to respond quickly when the time is right," says Skog.
Regular stock charts are based on price movement alone "which gives investors only a partial picture of the investment landscape," says Skog. "We designed Trend-Chart to do much more." The charting system factors in such indicators as the number of advancing stocks versus declining stocks, up and down volume (supply and demand), and general economic data in order "to determine the true direction and strength of the trend," Skog explains.
After the market closes each day, the strength of the current stock market trend is calculated and charted by Trend-Chart computers. "This improves the number and quality of the signals, thereby reducing the number of trades, as well as transaction costs for our clients," Skog says with pride.
"Bottom-line-friendly" is how Skog describes Trend-Chart's affordable pricing plan. "Subscribers pay just $15 per month for a "full access pass" to Trend-Chart's comprehensive 'information vault,'" he says, nothing that the monthly fee is "less than the commission costs for one trade elsewhere!"
To ensure success, Trend-Chart subscribers receive the Trend-Chart user manual and quick-start guide in addition to an online Beginner's Stock Market Guide. "Our goal is to help investors to stay on the right side of the major market moves and minimize the risk involved with trading stocks," says Skog. Trend-Chart signals "keep investors safely on the sidelines (or short) during downturns and fully invested during strong bull markets by giving them easy to understand information and indicators on which to base their decisions."
For more information about Trend-Chart and for a free demonstration visit http://trend-chart.com