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O. Young Kwon, NYU Ph.D. in Economics had worked in securities industry for ten years as a Registered Investment Adviser. He taught Macroeconomics and Statistics. Prior to his academic career, he was an Economist/Bank Supervisor at the Bank of Korea (the Fed's counterpart). In 2009 he set up the... More
  • The Daily TANER Momentum 6 comments
    Dec 24, 2012 6:16 PM

    The TANER ETF Model (TEM), The TANER Stock Model (TSM), The TANER Rotation Model (TRM), and The TANER Vanguard Model (TVM), were introduced in my article. Link: www.seekingalpha.com/article/817551

    The Daily TANER Momentum (DTM) (Jan. 29, Wednesday)

    TANER Momentum ™ List on Jan. 29, Wednesday) based upon Closing Prices on Jan. 28, Tuesday

    The TANER ETF Model (TEM) (Jan. 29, Wednesday)

    ETF:T1 (QQQ VTI) A1 (VHT PFM) E1 (VDE VWO) R1 (PGF VNQ)

    ETF T2 (VHT VTI) A2 (MDY VAW) E2 (VDE VWO) R2 (PGF VNQ).

    ETF T3 (QQQ SPY) A3 (MDY XLF) E3 (PHB BWX) R3 (PZA PGF).

    SUMMARY OF THE TEM

    E.TM. 1-2-3 (PGF) E.TM. 1-2 (VHT VTI VDC VWO VNQ) E.TM. 1-3 (QQQ) E.TM. 2-3 (MDY) E TM. 1 (PFM) E.TM. 2 (VAW) E.TM. 3 (SPY XLF PHB BWX PZA)

    The TANER Stock Model (TSM) (Jan. 28, Tuesday)

    STOCK T1 (NFLX AMZN) A2 (ESRX KRFT) E1 (FCX YUM) R1 (BEN ISRG)

    STOCK T2 (LIFE BAC) A2 (AGN EDU) E2 (NKE YUM) R2 (CAT IBM).

    STOCK T3 (LIFE CMG) A3 (AGN EDU) E3 (FCX KSU) R3 (NUS IBM).

    SUMMARY OF THE TSM

    S.TM.1-2 (YUM) S.TM.1-3 (FCX) S.TM.2-3 (LIFT AGN EDU IBM) S.TM.1 (NFLX AMZN ESRX KRFT BEN ISRG) S.TM.2 (BAC NKE CAT) S.TM.3 (CMG KSU NUS)

    The TANER Rotation Model (TRM) (Jan. 27, Monday)

    ROTATION:T1 (MTK VCR) A1 (XPH ITM) E1 (KIE PCY) R1 (EDV REM)

    ROTATION T2 (XPH IYH) A (KCE XME) E2 (VDC IPE) R2 (HYG RWR).

    ROTATION T3 (MTK XSD) A3 (KIE XRT) E3 (VOX REM) R (XES PSK).

    SUMMARY OF THE TRM

    R.TM.1-2 (XPH) R.TM.1-3 (MTK KIE REM) R.TM.1 (VCR ITM PCY EDV) R.TM.2 (IYH KCE XME VDC IPE HYG RWR) R.TM.3 (XSD XRT VOX XES PSK)

    The TANER Vanguard Model (TVM) (Jan. 27, Monday)

    VANGUARD T1 (VXF VTI) A1 (VHT VSS) E1 (VAW VDC) R1 (EDV VNQ)

    VANGUARD T2 (VEU VEA) A2 (VIS VAW) E2 (VHT VDC) R2 (VWO VNQ).

    VANGUARD T3 (VXF VEU) A3(VIS VCR) E3 (VOX VDC) R3 (VAW EDV).

    SUMMARY OF THE TVM

    V.TM.1-2-3 (VDC VAW) TM.1-2 (VHT VNQ) V.TM.1-3 (VXF EDV) V.TM.2-3 (VEU VIS) V.TM.1 (VTI VSS) V.TM.2 (VEA VWO) V.TM.2 (VCR VOX)

    Link: www.seekingalpha.com/instablog/791632-o-young-kwon/1111541-the-taner-data. You can get the names of securities with the ticker symbol in The TEM, The TSM, The TRM, and The TVM...

    Note:

    T (Topping): Leading Leaders.(LDLD)

    A (Advancing): Lagging Leaders (LGLD)

    E (Emerging): Leading Laggards (LDLG)

    R (Reversing): Lagging Laggards.(LGLG)

    The numbers in parentheses (1-2-3) are one-month, two-month, and three-month terms.

    The overall markets (DJIA, S&P 500, or NASDAQ) have their cycles. Individual securities (ETFs or Stocks) have also their own cycles given the market cycles. In general, all securities in The TANER System (20 ETFs and 40 stocks) show their own cycles from R to E to A to T to R and so on, but majority securities (60% of ETFs and 80% of stocks are in N (Neutral, meaning residual). Therefore all securities do not show any pattern. When any of your holding has T or R momentum, you pay your particular attention.

    Introduction

    O. Young Kwon, NYU Ph.D. (Economics) had worked in securities industry for ten years as a Registered Investment Adviser. In 2009 he set up the TANER System in order to synthesize performances and relative strengths of 20 ETFs and 40 equities thoroughly. The System captures dynamics of momentum changes of individual securities on the daily basis. The System also builds successfully their momentum trends over time.

    How to Use TANER Momentum (TM)

    Every marketday buys, sells, or exchanges (among mutual funds) can be made by TM. All trades except exchanges are posted on StockTalks to share these trades with you. For options players (for me options are excluded) call/put positions can be taken. My experience for three years propose following two Risk/Reward Tables: The Long-Term RR (LTRR) Table and The Short-Term RR (STRR) Table. . Please use this as a guide.

    LTRR (For Long-Term Investors)

    TANER

    RISK

    REWARD

    T (TOPPING)

    HIGHER

    LOWER

    A (ADVANCING)

    HIGH

    LOW

    n (neutral)

    average

    average

    E (EMERGING)

    LOW

    HIGH

    R (REVERSING)

    LOWER

    HIGHER

    Try Advancing (A) and Emerging (E) TM.

    STRR (For Near-Term Traders)

    TANER

    RISK

    REWARD

    T (TOPPING)

    HIGHER

    HIGHER

    A (ADVANCING)

    HIGH

    HIGH

    n (neutral)

    average

    average

    E (EMERGING)

    LOW

    LOW

    R (REVERSING)

    LOWER

    LOWER

    Try Advancing (A) or Topping (T) TM. When a very near term (i.e. daytrading), Topping (T) TM.

    What for R (Reversing)? These TM are useful either for your exits of any holding or your bets in a stable upswing. Sometime R gives you a big gain.

    T (Topping) sometimes help you to take gains with the intraday 5%+ rule.

    Related Instablogs

    Go TANER: The Market Primer

    Autopilot Portfolio: TANER APP (I)

    Income Portfolio: TANER APP (II)

    The Tiger Rule: TANER APP (III)

    Daytrading: TANER APP (IV)

    The TMT (TANER Momentum Trend)

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  • Nice. I like what you have done with the page.
    19 Oct 2012, 11:23 PM Reply Like
  • Author’s reply » Hello Amadon. Thanks. Young
    20 Oct 2012, 05:14 AM Reply Like
  • I am just sticking with my Vanguard ETF's, so far so good!
    22 Dec 2012, 02:01 PM Reply Like
  • Author’s reply » Hello Hillbilly Stock Sstar:

     

    Thanks for your comment. Happy Holidays.

     

    Young
    22 Dec 2012, 03:05 PM Reply Like
  • Excuse me. I'm not very clear about some points in your article.

     

    ETF:T1 (SPY VHTI) A1 (VXF QQQ) E1 (PFM VPU) R1 (VNQ BND)
    ETF T2 (VHT DIA) A2 (XLF QQQ) E2 (VDE PGF) R2 (VNQ BWX).

     

    Does this mean one and two months T/A/E/R results? If yes, what does the "summary of the TEM" mean?

     

    E.TM. 1-2-3 (QQQ VNQ) E.TM. 1-2 (VHT) E.TM. 1-3 (SPY VXF) E.TM. 2-3 (DIA PGF) E.TM. 1 (PFM VPU BND) E.TM. 2 (XLF VDE BWX) E.TM. 3 (MDY VWO)
    29 May 2013, 09:42 AM Reply Like
  • Author’s reply » Hello Yanger Please view this article to the end. Then you will see what they mean. The numbers mean terms in month. For example, 1 means the length of investing is one month. The summary indicates any selected security's terms. Thanks.
    29 May 2013, 03:47 PM Reply Like
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