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                                           STOCK MARKET TIMING SERVICES 

MIPS is a stock market timing model that sends signals to its members via email at the end of the days when the market changes direction from up-to-down or down-to-up (Signal Date).  The individual investor trades on this signal (LONG or SHORT or CASH) on the open of the market on the following day (Trade Date).  Members then simply keep the position that they acquired on the trade date until the next Signal email from MIPS.  It really is that simple.   Click the What to Trade button (top left) to learn what to do when you get a "Signal Change" email from the MIPS model that you are follwing.

MIPS Trading Profiles
The section below explains how to select and trade with the MIPS models:

   (1) which MIPS models to use,
   (2) which stock market trading strategy to use (buy/short or buy/cash), and
   (3) which ETFs to trade (SPY, QQQ, IWN, or DIA, or a combo of these at user diecretion)
        - Unexperienced investors should simply rade SPY

Stock market trading can be VERY complex or very simply depending on how investors elect to trade. At MIPS, we stay in the low-to-medium frequency trading range, and leave high frequency "day-trading" to the pros.  Timing models that do venture into higher frequency trading usually create more work for their clients and can get chewed up by the pros. The MIPS models issue an average of 10-15 trades/year (Intermediate Trends).

Most of the MIPS models (MIPS2, MIPS3, MIPS4) were developed for Individual Investors and are covered in detail below. Our MIPS3 model is the #1 Ranked model on between 2007-2020.  MIPS4 is a slightly better model than MIPS3, but has not been active ("verified") as far back in time as MIPS3.  

Our model that is used mostly by aggressive individual investors and RIAs (professional investors) is MIPS/Nitro.  

- MIPS/Nitro is our best model.
This model is explained under the "Nitro/Signal" tab on our main menu or by clicking on:







Our "Core" model, MIPS3 was introduced to the public in Nov. 2005, and is the #1 Ranked model on between 2007-2018
The "core" algorithms in MIPS3 include applied mathematics, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence (self correcting), and common sense to identify changes in direction in the market (Inflexion Points) and possibly a new intermediate-term trend (hence our name Market Inflexion Point Signals or MIPS).  This model  trades an "average" of 10-15 trades/year, but with a range of 5-20 trades/year in any given year.  The "core" algorithms in MIPS3 are in all of the other MIPS models.

Our "flagship" model for the average investor is MIPS4, which is a slightly faster trading model than MIPS3.
- MIPS4 is an offshoot of MIPS3, but uses algorithms from all MIPS models.

- MIPS4 is more "predictive" than MIPS3,
- MIPS4's results are also very "smooth".

For this reason, we feel comfortable using the MIPS4 signals to trade leveraged ETFs.

MIPS/Nitro5 (our best model)
To learn more about MIPS/Nitro5, click on the MIPS/Nitro tab in the main menu, or
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I.) A popular trading profile by MIPS Members (and myself) is to trade the S&P 500 with 1.5x leverage
    on Long signals and 0.5x leverage on Short signals.
    The simplest way to accomplish this is:
    (a) on Long signals trade 50% of your investment money in the singe leverage SPY 
         and the other 50% in the double leverage SSO, and
    (b) on short signals short 50% of your investment money by buying the single leverage 
         inverse ETF SH with the other 50% in cash.

II.) Or, for higher gains with slightly more upside risk, one could trade 1.5x SPY Long and 1.0x SH Short.


Active traders can see more aggressive trading strategies below:
 - hedgeing; trading double/triple leverage; trading high monementum stocks; trading hottest SP500 sectors; trading options, futures, etc.

Click here  ==> Alternate Trading



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

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