The Kit

Everything you need to master the best trading system, on or off Wall St., is right here, at a click of a mouse.


Here is what you'll get…

"The System", written in an easy to follow format.

Each trading rule is described in detail and illustrated for easy understanding of the mechanics of the trading model.

A glossary of terms to define the investment terms used in "The System".

The quick reference guide to the trading rules. No discussion or illustrations, just the rules.

A list of market buy and sell signals in chronological order along with the rules that generated them from 1970 to 2020.

A trade by trade performance analysis of the S&P 500 and NASDAQ Composite Indexes from 1970 to 2020 compared to a buy and hold strategy.

A handy worksheet that makes it easy to keep track of market conditions and test for buy or sell signals.

Annual performance charts showing how the NASDAQ using  the trading model compares to the S&P 500 and NASDAQ indexes.

A detailed, step by step guide to using the DOS based charting program.
(system requirements - 3.3 to 6.2 DOS, Windows 95, 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, or XP. Vista,
Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 through a 32 bit virtual machine program or DOS emulator. Mac running in Windows XP mode). Get more info here The charting program included with The System, is an old DOS program that today will appear simplistic compared to the programs currently available. The System was built using it and it still works well for monitoring the market and running the trading model. Newer programs are probably easier to use and can take advantage of the features of a Windows environment that this program cannot. Newer programs also tend to have a lot more indicators. Most of those indicators are geared to traders that concentrate on short term trends which are not productive here.

The program can hold 100 years of data per symbol from 1900 to 1999. For years after 2000, because the program is not Y2K compliant, a simple work around is needed. Our calendar "recycles" every 28 years. The recent cycles are 1916-1943, 1944-1971, 1972-1999 and 2000-2027. The database included with The System has already been converted from 2000 on to 1916 on. An easy reference conversion chart is included in the package. Data conversion is easy for both imported and exported data.

The charts are first rate, the illustrations in the book comes from this program. A software guide is included in the package to give users step by step instructions on using the program. It is easy to use, very user friendly and extremely effective. Most of all, it comes at a great price.

System requirements - 3.3 to 6.2 DOS, Windows 95, 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, or XP. Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 through a virtual machine program or DOS emulator. DosBox is a good, free DOS emulator and is included with the kit. 64 bit versions of Windows will need to run the progam in a 32 bit operating system in a virtual machine or run a 32 bit DOS emulator. THe program should run in a Mac running in Windows XP mode.

Helpful file management utilities.

Daily price data on 230 symbols, adjusted for distributions and splits. Some data going back to 1928.


The book takes you step by step through our proprietary trading model

with easy to understand descriptions and illustrations. It's written so both the experienced trader and the novice can effectively master the trading system.

The Book

  Frequently Asked Questions

If you are looking for a better way to manage your stock market investments, take a serious look at this kit. It works!


Annual Returns!

$10,000 invested in the NASDAQ Composite Index * 51 years ago became 999,400. With "The System" it would have been $93,261,900!


Annual Returns

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Please note:
Investing in the stock market, either directly through stocks or indirectly through mutual funds, ETFs, and managed accounts has risks. The use of market timing techniques such as those employed in The System can significantly reduce the risks associated with stock market investments and provide greater opportunity for gain by leveraging the volatility inherent in stock portfolios and equity mutual funds. No matter how successful a trading system may be, it should not be assumed that past performance assures future results or that all trades will be profitable.