written by reader Chris Rowe’s services, Sector Focus, Sector Prophet and/or Technical Analysis Millionaire

By burtonolsen, August 1, 2018

Chris Rowe has advertised his ”Sector Focus” newsletter. Go to:

*. https://www.truemarketinsiders.com/order/content/sforderformspecial?utm_ad=436&utm_medium=ded&utm_source=SI&utm_campaign=sfoffer&utm_expid=.a3Zxhi92S1adnQgmeMpUog.1&utm_referrer=&ra_effort=transcript-b
* http://www.truemarketinsiders.com/product/sector_focus

Has anyone subscribed to any of Chris’ newsletter? He also has these other services:
* Sector Prophet
* Technical Analysis Millionaire

Interested in your response.


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January 8, 2021 1:46 pm

True Market Insiders.

I have tried their TMI introductory service for $79/year and have also taken their TAM course which is a technical analysis course.

I found the intro service to be inadequate. Buy signals are given but no exits. The ETF signals have been less profitable than using my own system. There have been some signals for stocks which were given on separate e-mails that I received. Overall those performed poorly with one big winner if you knew when to exit and no exits were given. I suppose that other subscribers might have had different results but these results were what I found over a period of about 6 months.

The technical analysis course was mainly a review of what I learned 20+ years ago. I agreed with some of Chris Rowe’s technical indicators which I also use. Other indicators which he favors I have never found profitable, but it isn’t unusual for different technical analysts differ on their system indicators. There is a lot in the course but if you are not interested in learning or brushing up on technical analysis it would not be of too much use. Also some very good indicators are not covered.

Mr. Rowe’s explanation of his BPI indicators was useful especially if you are going to buy the Sector Prophets Pro (SPP) system for $2000 to $4000. Chris Rowe has experience as a trader on an exchange and I found his insights into what large interests are doing behind the charts and the indicators to be educational and interesting.

I took the course because I wanted to see if his SPP system could be used with my system and because I am always looking for ways to improve my own profitable system which was designed to trade mostly ETFs.

I was unable to reconcile the two systems. With SPP the relative strength of the sectors are continually moving while my with my system they are more stable allowing longer position holding times until being stopped out. Due to the SPP movements the ratings in relative strength seem to be constantly changing which seems to make it difficult to know when to exit a sector and replace it with another sector.

I contacted TMI but they were apparently not interested in helping me to try to align the two systems so I decided to save the $2000-$4000 expense of trying their SPP even with a 60 day refund offered. This also caused me to wonder if they would help a subscriber who was having any problems with the SPP system which seems to be somewhat complex. Since I did not buy the SPP system I can’t comment personally on its profitability, or how much work is required to use it profitably.

As others have noted, once you are a customer your in-box will be filled with promotional e-mails on their various services which many people would find objectionable.

I think that if you are looking for some good prospects among individual stocks with good fundamental analysis and with not much personal work involved you might be better off with the Gumshoe at $59/year than with other services at much higher prices.

Gumshoe also seems to have good risk management in his use of position size and options/leaps, something that many other services don’t offer.

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