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    Default The "C" Factor, Marty Chenard

    Dear MrM and friends. I have subscribed to www.stocktiming.com for several years and found that it is a great window into what is going on in the markets. I am not advocating subscribing to this site, and I have no interest in it other than being a paying subscriber. However, a new charting device for institutional buying and selling has just been introduced. It is currently being honed into a tool that could enlighten us all as to what institutions are buying and selling over a 7-12 month period. Individual stocks, included.

    "Tuesday, January 2nd. --- Important Update ... "Can the C-Factor produce 40%+ returns in 2007?"

    The markets are closed today due to President Ford's funeral. Our regular updates will be posted tomorrow morning. However, we do have something important to share with you today. Many of you know that I personally spend about 20 hours per month on new Research and Development on the markets.

    We just finished an important Research Project that entailed Institutional activity in the market. Since over 50% of the trading volume is driven
    by Institutional actions, this represents a key, major driving force in the market.

    After months of research, we found a unique relationship between a key stock market factor and a unit of measurement on Institutional portfolio
    balancing activity. Since the relationship factor is a proprietary model, we will call it the Institutional C-Factor. Today's update will
    give you a look at how the C-Factor could generate exceptional returns in 2007."

    "Thursday, January 11th.

    Today, we start the weekly posting of the Institutional C-Factor. Today, we will continually add to the charts and analysis on the
    link provided ... and we will do this all day long. Please click this link and scroll down to C-Factor Part 2 for the first part
    of today's posting: Thursday, January 11th. C-Factor Update"

    Please see the 7:35 PM, Continuation Update on the C-Factor below on this link and scroll down to the yellow headline ... C-Factor.
    Thursday, February 1st.
    Just a few comments before we start our C-Factor update day:
    1. My personal thanks to all who called and made suggestions for the C-Factor update format.
    2. I am beyond excitement with our C-Factor research and what it will mean for all of our subscribers.
    3. We are in Phase 3 of bringing the C-Factor to the point where we can make Buy recommendations.
    The objective will be to narrow the 75 C-Factor stocks to best 10 to 15 stocks and then phase in
    the buys according to the trending and timing. Next week, we will be in the position to analyze
    of the 75 stocks and reduce it down to the best 15 candidates. From there, it is just a matter of
    waiting for the entry signals.
    4. Once again today, it will take two of us all day long to update and post the C-Factor update. Our
    goal has been to finish the update by 3 PM, but the last two times took us until nearly 7 PM. Part of
    that was because we were in Phase 2 and writing programs to reduce the labor as we went along.
    I expect that today could run until 5 PM or longer again. I will send each of you an email when the
    final posting update has been made for the day.
    5.) I just did the first posting today with the timing models we will be using. Please see the update
    showing two C-Factor stocks we analyzed with our new C-Factor Timing Model. February 1st. Update link"

    Disclaimer: I am a subscriber only to Marty's service, and am sharing this new information with any of you here who might be interested. You should be able to get some daily updates free by email. I have found Marty Chenard to be quite reliable, although somewhat conservative when it comes to giving buy and sell signals. The Standard subscription is only for long investing, while the Advanced is for both long and short. I have found the chart analyses over the years to be excellent, especially if you can grasp what might seem to be complicated visual charts easily.

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    Default Thanks NBB

    Quote Originally Posted by New-born baby View Post
    I like Marty. I think he is a sharp guy.
    Thanks for the vote of confidence, New Born Baby. Coming from you, it means a lot!

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    Default I listen to Marty.

    When Marty throws up a caution sign, I listen. I disregarded the man once, to my loss, and so I take heed now.

    On the fee side, can you tell me, does he make stock recommends?

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    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by New-born baby View Post
    When Marty throws up a caution sign, I listen. I disregarded the man once, to my loss, and so I take heed now.

    On the fee side, can you tell me, does he make stock recommends?
    No recommendations on specific stocks. He only talks about going long (or short?) on the indices. However, with the new C factor analysis, he is now showing (at least 50, I didn't count) specific stocks under institutional accumulation or distribution, with analysis of past (but recent) entry or exit points, and looking to use this retro-analysis to provide current recommendations. The C-factor system is still in development, but promises to be quite a useful tool. When Marty gets this excited about a new discovery, you know it's gonna be good! River

    P.S. There might be a free trial offer, haven't checked lately.

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    Default The "C Factor" explained

    http://www.stocktiming.com/Institutional%20C-Factor.htm

    This link will give you a thorough explanation of the C Factor from Marty Chenard. It is very enlightening. Riverbabe

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