MCD Formula Timing Plan

“I am more and more impressed with the possibilities of history’s repeating itself on many different counts. You don’t get very far in Wall Street with the simple, convenient conclusion that a given level of prices is not too high… In recent years certain compromise methods have been devised by which the investor can take some advantage of the stock market’s cycles without running the risk of an unduly long wait or of “missing the market” altogether. These are known as FORMULA TIMING PLANS.”

                                                           Benjamin Graham, The Intelligent Investor

Investors and traders use many different types of formula timing plans to determine when to buy and sell their positions. The Market Cycle Dynamics (MCD) Formula Timing Plan tracks global market cycles in price and time in order to identify important cycle turning points for investors and traders, especially the Wall cycle, named for the late great market analyst PQ Wall.

The objective of a formula timing plan is to provide subscribers with cycle analysis that allows them to take advantage of cycle lows to buy and cycle highs to sell. Market cycle analysis, plus Fibonacci trading in price and time, provides a powerful approach to market cycle timing, creating a formula timing plan for investors and traders.

The MCD Formula Timing Plan is not your father’s Fibonacci, it will rock your view of market price support and resistance forever. MCD is a quant busting method by identifying in advance the turns generated by the quantitative analyst’s “Quant” computer trading programs.

Price, time and sentiment are the three key foundations to the MCD Formula Timing Plan:

1)      Price: Using Fibonacci drill-down price grids from important Level 1 highs and lows that drill into Level 2 and Level 3 grids identifies high probability turns in price.

2)      Time: The key market cycles and their ideal lengths in time, and their short and long Fibonacci ratios help identify high probability market turns in time.

3)      Sentiment: Stochastics, which identify investor commitment to buying and selling, help identify high probability turns in any market.

Together, these three approaches to market cycle analysis create the MCD Formula Timing Plan, which has proven to identify important short and long-term turning points in all major global markets for investors and traders.