HOUSTON, May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The MIPS Timing Systems, LLC flagship stock market timing model (MIPS3/MF) was ranked #1 in performance by TimerTrac.com in the 7-year period ending on 12/31/2012. During this time, the MIPS3/MF model trading SPY was up 315%, while its benchmark ETF index (the S&P500) was up only 14%.
The MIPS models were developed by Paul Distefano, and his team of developers and advisors. Dr. Distefano holds a BS, MS, and PhD degrees in engineering and applied math. His background in the development of control systems for real-life applications prepared him for the development of market timing models that can "track and predict" trading cycles and other directional movements in the stock market.
The MIPS models use technical indicators, applied mathematics, artificial intelligence, and pattern recognition to identify directional changes in the stock market. The mathematical term for these stock market signal changes is an "Inflection Point" and hence our name Market Inflection Points Signals (or MIPS). After every "Inflection Point", the MIPS models seek to identify and follow the intermediate term trends that ultimately develop.
Since MIPS identifies and follows intermediate term stock market trends, its models are considered to be medium-frequency stock trading systems, averaging about 10-20 trades/year.
When a MIPS model issues a new stock trade signal, the signals are sent to the MIPS members and at the very same time to the #1 tracking service in the US, TimerTrac.com. The MIPS market timing signals from its flagship MIPS3/MF model have been "verified" by TimerTrac.com since November 4, 2005; and it is the #1 Ranked Timing System on TimerTrac.com over the last 5 and 7 years.
About MIPS Timing Systems, LLC
MIPS Timing Systems, LLC ("MIPS") has grown rapidly since its inception at the end of 2005. Its Clients include Individual Investors and Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs). MIPS offers several stock market timing models to a range of low-frequency to medium-frequency traders.
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MIPS Timing Systems, Market Inflection Point Signals, and MIPS are trademarks of MIPS Timing Systems, LLC in the United States and/or foreign countries. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
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