Mark Hulbert of Marketwatch: The Transports have been the stronger of the two benchmarks, and it is widely considered to be a leading economic indicator. Read the article HERE.
Why does Market Timing matter? Is an old system still relevant today? MarketWatch's Mark Hulbert recently wrote an interesting article that market-timing is academically proven to increase investment results...
Dow Theory for the 21st Century
The Dow Theory for the 21st Century includes everything that the serious investor needs to know about the stock market and how to become financially successful. Expanding upon Charles Dow's 20th century...
Meet Jack and Bart Schannep
Jack Schannep is considered by many to be the preeminent expert in the Dow Theory today…
The Evolution of The Dow Theory
Timing isn’t everything (Interpretation is!), but timing is one thing that can improve your investment results. We believe that Charles Dow’s observations of the swings of the stock market are more important than ever for protecting and growing your hard-earned investments.
Using over 100 years of research and 56 years of practice, we have attempted to perfect the interpretation of the Traditional Dow Theory. We have developed and added our own indicator, the Schannep Timing Indicator, to accommodate changes in the market, such as the introduction of the S&P500 index, and to add to the body of knowledge and predictability of the fundamentals of Market Timing. Our work has been appreciated by The Wall Street Journal, Investors Chronicle of the London Financial Times, MarketWatch, CXO Advisory, Yahoo Finance, the Market Technicians Association, the AAII Journal (American Association of Individual Investors), and others.
We have developed a monthly newsletter for our subscribers that delivers the results of years of objective research and results to your Inbox. Our subscribers knew when to buy-in in 2002 and when to sell-out in November of 2007, as well as when to buy in 2009 and continue holding through 2014. Our Special Reports are a major addition to your subscription.
There has been renewed interest in the Dow Theory since Jack Schannep presented his research to the Market Technicians Association that showed Dow Theory produced an excess return of 1.5% per year (from 1953 thru 2011) versus a buy and hold strategy. His presentation attracted a whole new generation of Dow Theory enthusiasts. Read the article HERE.