Timing the Market: How to Profit in the Stock Market Using the Yield Curve, Technical Analysis, and Cultural Indicators
November 26, 2005
Timing the Market provides a historically proven system, rooted in fundamental economies, that allows investors and traders to forecast the stock market using data from the interest rate markets--together with supporting technical analysis and cultural indicators--to pinpoint and profit from major turns in the stock market.
This is the first book that definitively explores the interest rate/stock market relationship and describes a specific system for profiting from the relationship. Timing the Market provides a simple way of interpreting economic and market cycles and shows you when to buy and sell each asset class: cash, bonds, real estate, gold, and stocks--for anyone who wants to aggressively manage their money. The author, Deborah Weir, then shows you how to best use mutual funds, index funds, and exchange-traded funds to take advantage of market turns in an easy, cost-effective manner.
Deborah Weir is President of Wealth Strategies, a firm that provides asset allocation services to institutional investors. Prior to founding Wealth Strategies in 1986, she managed institutional fixed-income portfolios at Scudder Investments; now Deutsche Bank. She is a Certified Financial Analyst and the first woman president of the Stamford Society of Investment Analysts. She holds an MBA in Finance from New York University and a BS in Education from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.