I’m Troy, the author behind BullMarkets.co. I focus on long term performance and ignore short term performance.
I focus on medium-long term trades in U.S. equities that are driven by quantitative models (see here and here). The beauty of these models is that they are SIMPLE yet LOGICAL.
- Trading is hard if you don’t know what you’re doing. Trading is not about “guessing”.
- Trading is about probability. Trading is relatively simple if you understand the LOGIC behind the markets. My quantitative models utilize the logic behind financial markets to outperform other traders and investors.
Armed with my simple set of models, an average investor or trader can easily outperform the gains offered by most professional traders and funds who make most of their money through service fees rather than money management.
I share my latest thoughts on investing, trading, and the stock market on the blog.
- I focus on the data and not baseless opinions.
- I share my hard-hitting research to help you save time.
- I ignore economic theory, which isn’t very useful. Economic theory is based on the idea of “ceteris paribus” (all other things being equal). Ceteris paribus is not plausible in the real world.
I trade using quantitative models. These models have been backtested. I focus on facts and data instead of baseless market opinions.
The Medium-Long Term Model
My best trading strategy is driven by the Medium-Long Term Model, one of my many models that combine fundamental analysis with technical analysis.
Go here to learn more about this model.
This model predicts bull markets, bear markets, and “significant corrections” within a bull market.
It generates an average of 45% per year.
Many investors, traders, and market participants have no idea what they’re doing when investing. They blindly believe in dogma such as “rising interest rates cause stocks to fall” without actually doing any historical studies: have rising rates actually caused stocks to fall in the past?
When investing in equities, it is imperative that you understand the history of the stock market and global economic trends. History rhymes, and only by reading an accurate account of the past can you see causation and correlation between fundamentals and the market. Only by doing so can you build accurate investment models.
BullMarkets.co/history is one of the best accounts of markets in the years past. I ignore the BS headlines such as “the S&P 500 fell today because of turmoil in the Middle East”. I focus on the true fundamental factors that have driven markets in the past.
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