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Engineering Professor (EngProf6)

        Hybrid Timing Model of Stocks and Indices

 

The following tabulation shows the results based on closing prices that the model generated for Apple Computers from the start of the year. 

 

 

                The Results for the Year 2006 From Version 1.1a of the

                                      Model for AAPL

 

Date

Action

Closing Price

Profit/Loss

Jan 19 ‘06

SELL

 79.04

+ 11.73

Feb 10 ‘06

BUY

67.31

+ 1.18

Feb 28 ‘06

SELL

68.49

+ 8.53

March 24 ‘06

BUY

59.96

+ 6.51

April 13 ‘06

SELL

66.47

- 5.15

May 2 ‘06

BUY

71.62

- 3.47

May 11 ‘06

SELL

68.15

+ 3.82

May 25 ‘06

BUY

64.33

- 7.06

June 30 ‘06

SELL

57.27

+ 3.17

July 19 ‘06

BUY

54.10

+ 15.49

August 3 ‘06

SELL

69.59

+ 1.97

August 22 ‘06

BUY

67.62

In progress

 

 

 

 

 

The net for the above moves is + $36.72 in a period of about 8 months. There were 11 moves of which 8 were profitable.

 

 

Questions, Comments, Suggestions or whatever else you may fancy 

are welcome. I can be reached at:

engprof6@hotmail.com

 

Please Note This Disclaimer:  The above results are generated from a mathematical model. It provides some insight into what may be expected in the short term (2 to 4 week cycles).  While reliability is of highest importance, life is such that the model is not always correct. Neither is past performance necessarily indicative of future performance. Stocks, markets, and options can change greatly in value in short time spans because of unpredictable events. The model cannot foresee such events. When they happen, the model’s performance will be poor and in some cases - wrong. The user is advised to be cautious and to try to couple the results for individual stocks to those for the market averages.