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Here, we list sites that we find useful for research or learning more about the stock market.

of stock market and investment terms:

Financial News

Business News & Stock Quotes - Saving & Investing

Business Wire News Archive - Yahoo! Finance

CNBC Stock Market News, Business News, Financial, Earnings, World Market News & Info:

Financial Web - The independent Financial Portal

Investors Business Daily - Editorials, Political Cartoons & Opinion

Kiplinger - Forecasts, News, Management, Outlooks

Market Watch - U.S.Markets - US Financial Markets

Reuters Business & Financial News, Breaking US & International News:

Silicon - New & Commentary

The Big Picture - Think Tank


Barron's Financial Magazine - online site for market info:

Bloomberg World Indexes:

CNN Money - Dow Jones, Nasdaq, S&P 500, Stock Market Data:

Financial Times - The Markets

MSN Money - Personal Finance, Investing, News & Advice:

Smart Money - Personal Finance & Mutual Funds/Online Investing

The - Stock Market Today

Wall Street Journal online:

World Wide Financial Network


Decision Point - Complete Market Research at a Glance

The Motley Fool - Stock Investing Advice & Stock Research:


Daily Finance - AOL Money & Finance site: - Calendars

End of Day Stock Quote Data & Historical Stock Prices:

Investment Company Institute - National Association of Investment Companies:


Barchart - Market Momentum and Moving Averages

Chart Filter - Charting Technical Analysis Education:

Chart Smart - Investment Software & Financial Analysis of US & Canadian Stock Exchanges:

Charts, Technical Indicators, Stats

eSignal Interactive Data - Streaming, real-time stock, futures, index, options, Forex quotes,& analysis from the world's markets:

Free Stock Market Charts

Commodity Technical Analysis, Charts, Tutorials and Articles:

QCharts - Charting Global Financial Data:

StockCharts - NYSE & Nasdaq & Toronto charting and Schooling:


Aftershock: The Next Economy and America's Future by Robert Reich:

All About Market Timing by Leslie N. Masonson on Amazon:

Buy - Don't Hold by Leslie N. Masonson on Amazon:

Encyclopedic Books on Technical Market Indicators on Amazon:

Finance and Investment Books on Amazon:

Technical Analysis of Stock Trends by Robert D. Edwards and John Magee


"The Market Timing Myth" by Brett Arends

"Buy-and-Hold versus Market Timing"
by Wayne A. Thorp, CFA

"What is Market Timing?" by TimerTrac



Notice: The information provided on this stock market timing system website is either solely the opinion of the company or provided by our quantitative models, and is only for informational and reference purposes. Nothing on this website should be considered to be a recommendation to buy or sell securities. We are not financial advisors and do not offer investment advice. Our members should contact their financial advisors or accountants for said advice. Visitors must read and agree with our "Terms of Use" agreement and "Disclaimer" document prior to subscribing to our stock market timing service. DO NOT subscribe if you do not understand and agree with these documents. In addition to membership for individual investors we also offer a subscription plan for financial planners and certified financial advisors.

Most individual investors are taught to simply buy and hold, even in down markets. They are also told that (a) no one can time the market and (b) they should never consider short trades. And somehow, the SEC made it illegal for "retail" fund managers to execute short orders in their portfolios. But, everyone must have forgotten to tell the hedge fund managers this, as they have been making billions of dollars for the last 35 years.

MIPS Timing Systems, LLC, was formed to provide stock market timing signals for individual investors to help them make money in both bull markets and bear markets like the high-profile professional money managers do (that is, like hedge fund managers that can trade long and short as they see fit).

The MIPS Timing Systems models analyze the stock market and provide information to our members when the models issue buy, short, and/or cash "signals". The MIPS trading system uses the S&P 500 Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), the SPY Index Fund, to represent the market and uses SPY in one of its index trading strategies. MIPS is not for high frequency online trading or for day traders.

Most of the information regarding the stock market direction provided herein is derived from quantitative models and algorithms owned and developed by MIPS Timing Systems, LLC. These are made up of numerous technical indicators, some of which are published and some of which were developed in-house. These technical indicators are looking for new stock market trends and the exact time that the market changes its trend line from up-to-down or vice versa (i.e., an "inflection point" in the stock market trend line). This provides our members with new tools for timing the stock market and to better manage their stock market investments.


MIPS Timing Systems
P.O. Box 925214
Houston, TX  77292

An affordable and efficient stock market timing tool. Contact MIPS
281-251-MIPS (6477)