TIGERSOFT's Original Indicators Will Make You Money!
   Updated 3/14/2011  (C) 2011 www.tigersoft.com 

 wpe1B1.jpg (6582 bytes)  
Professionals are usually right.  Trade in the
            direction they are trading.  The Tiger "Professional" Closing
            Power is the key here.  Trade its trends and you are trading
            with the Wall Street Pros.  Simply reverse positions when the
            TigerSoft Closing Power trend is broken after it goes to an
            extreme or after it fails to confirm a new high or low and
            at key support levels.   We show lots of examples on this
Closing Power virtually guarantees you'll consistently
            make money.

QQQQ.BMP (1039254 bytes)

             These signals gained 29% from June 2009 to
      March 2010.

wpe18F.jpg (70622 bytes)

           Public versus Professional Net Buying/Selling

       3/20/2010 -
  (c) 2010-2011  www.tigersoft.com  All rights strictly reserved.

With TigerSoft you can get a good idea if the
         Public, as a general group, and/or the Professionals,
         as a whole, are buying or selling.   How we do this must
         be kept proprietary unless you get the software. 

               The tools to make this distinction were created by
        TigerSoft.  This concept has many trading advantages. 
        Usually, we can assume that Professionals know more
        than the Public.  The stock market is their business.
        They do it full-time.  They cultivate contacts. 

              So, if the net buying (or selling) patterns of the two are
        at odds, we generally expect the professionals' buying
        or selling to be proved correct.  This is not always true,
        of course.  Professionals can lose a lot of money, too.
        But it pays generally to trade with their expectations.

           Look at GS. Goldman Sachs in 2009.  At the beginning
        of the year, Tiger's Professional Buying/Selling indicator was rising,
        while Tiger's Public Buying/Selling indicator was flat to down, showing
        skepticism.   GS then ran up from 90 to 160.  Then the Public became
        net buyers.  With both groups doing net buying GS rose to 190.  But
        starting in October 2009, while the Public kept buying as a whole, Pros
        decided to shift to net selling. The Professionals decision was correct.
        The stock fell from 190 to 150 ny early 2010.

wpe18D.jpg (67634 bytes)


     BUY - When Professionals shift to BUYING,
     especially when Public Is Skeptical about Stock.

     Shorter -Term Buy- When Public shifts to Buying if
     Professionals Are Bullish and also Buying on Balance. 

     SELL - When Professionals shift to Net Selling after
     a Long Advance and Public Is Buying.

     SELL SHORT - When Public shifts to Selling and
     Professionals Are Already Selling, as a whole.   

wpe18E.jpg (61814 bytes)

wpe18F.jpg (58375 bytes)

wpe190.jpg (59273 bytes)