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7 Comments on "FibTimer"

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Scott Fife
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Fibtimer… I really wanted to love Fibtimer and maybe I didn’t make money because I didn’t give it enough time. They apparently posted some low double digit returns for all of 2008 but I started my subscription about the end of October. They offer a lot for their $300 per yr subscription price. You can follow their ETF timer, REIT timer, small cap timer, currency time, stock timer or all the above. I followed the ETF timer and I lost money – there are a lot of recommended trades and I think you must have the won tons to do… Read more »
JoeSchmoe
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JoeSchmoe

The site is nicely designed and has a lot of gadgets which gives it the “feel” they know what they are doing. However, I found their timing to be slow and after-the-fact. For the average investor who knows how to use Google and a few charting tools, I would think you would do just about the same on your own.

Fluke Smith
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Fluke Smith
Dishonesty is the hallmark of the site. Neither TimerTrac nor any other service reports their results to subscribers on a monthly or quarterly basis. Their free newsletter omits the last quarter’s results if their are poor but touts them if they exceed the benchmark. their use i.5 times leveraged funds for S&P and small cap which can results in substantial losses since these are mutual funds and you sell the afternoon after a bad day, typically. So many investors use tight stops that the damage has already occurred before this service issues a sell signal. I was whipsawed so many… Read more »
sjp1
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sjp1
Fibtimer states that TimerTrac.com rates their stock market timing as number one. However, buying and holding a S&P 500 Total Return Index Fund or Exchange-Traded Fund, like SPDR, would generate a profit that is essentially the same as using the Fibtimer S&P 500 buy and sell signals, switching to a money market fund upon a sell signal. This performance comparison covers the period from May 2004 until December 2013. If TimerTrac rates Fibtimer as number one, then every other service that it tracks performs worse than the S&P 500 Total Return Index! Hence, neither Fibtimer or TimerTrac provide any tangible… Read more »
Mark Belami
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Mark Belami
I have been a FibTimer Subscriber since 1/1/2011. I traded every buy/sell alert in 2011 (about 150 of them) only to end the year with a 9.5% loss. After that, I lost faith in their system, but stayed subscribed. I tried my own approach in 2012,13,14 only to break even after those 3 years. FibTimer at the same time raked in 250% profits. (I know because I stayed subscribed). I decided to start trading according to FibTimer again starting 1/1/2015 but once again finished 2015 after 100+ trades with another 10% loss. I decided to continue trade with FibTimer in… Read more »
Ed Schenlli
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Ed Schenlli

Mark, I had the same experience with Fibtimer. My percentages almost match up exactly with yours. I switched to Mechanical Market Timing… much better service and their gains are real.

William Boyett
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Mark, I am amazed. After losing for 6 years you continue to keep paying for their service. I would love to have you as one of my subscribers. There is no guarantee, but I’m willing to bet you’ll be better rewarded for your loyalty. As of this writing, up 21% for the last two months. Up over 2,000% since 1/1/2011. More info here: http://stocklocater.com/indextrading/

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