Time & Timing
is a set of carefully compiled databases of historical information about futures markets' price movements that will 1) help you locate highly effective trading ideas, and 2) save you huge amounts of time in doing so.
Time & Timing is the original no-lose proposition. Try it out before you subscribe. You will be surprised, perhaps even amazed, at just how useful it is in your research and trading. Try it absolutely free: go to The WebApp now and sign up for a 30-day trial!
More information about Time & Timing
Anyone can collect huge databases of historical market prices and offer them for sale. A number of companies do just this. However, raw data, while useful, isn't nearly as valuable to the trader as data that is organized and collated in a trading-oriented manner and for the distinct purpose of locating trading opportunities.
That's what Time & Timing offers: the only affordable futures price history databases on the planet organized and designed to let you select and view seasonal and short-term price tendencies in the futures markets fast, according to your interests, at any time(s) of the year, and in great detail.
T&T looks at (almost) everything.
We have examined close to 1.5 billion (to date) possible seasonal trading and spreading ideas, pairwise by entry date and exit date, over the last nine months of the lives of the assorted futures contracts in every major North American market and numerous European markets!
Straight futures trades? Of course. This is the heart of T&T.
Spreads? We examine the most popularly spread markets, beans, corn, wheat, cattle, hogs, energies. Not to mention lots of inter-market spreads, too: cattle vs hogs, gold vs silver, beans vs corn, corn vs oats, all the wheat spreads (well, except Winnipeg). Currency crosses? Sure. The BTU spread in crude vs natural gas. Crude vs each product. Heat vs Unleaded. Notes vs Bonds, 10s vs 5s, Fats vs Feeders. And, we're adding other intermarket spreads every month or two. If you don't see your favorite intermarket spread, just let us know!
A huge collection of monthly stats, and much more
How about studies of what occurs after large, fast market moves? Is it advatageous to trade along with the move, or to fade it, or is this a matter of which market(s) made the move? How about opening gaps, same question? The only way to know the answers here is to look at the data, right? So, we do look, and we make the results available to you with just a few clicks. Also, we absolutely welcome your ideas for looking at historical tendencies, short- or long-term, that we haven't yet examined.
Other studies? Certainly. A vast collection of monthly stats on all the markets. Average movement, patterns of new contract highs and lows, days that move 1, 2, or 3 per cent or more, white and black candlesticks, you name it.
Another useful feature: studies on well over 100 (and growing!) short-dated trading strategies. Who knows what solid trading ideas we can turn up for you?.
Only the very best historical trading possibilities
None of this discussion is either hype or puffery, period. We have culled out, from about 1.5 billion seasonal and short-date trading ideas, the very best historically valid and reliable trading possibilities there are. Don't believe it? The proof is in the looking, so take a look at The WebApp and see for yourself, by all means!
Even more importantly from your standpoint, we update all the databases regularly, 3 times weekly in many cases, every 30-60 days for the futures and spreads seasonals. And, we're constantly adding more markets and types of analyses that our subscribers want.
What's our track record? We don't have one, and that's deliberate. Time & Timing isn't about telling anyone what to trade or how to trade it. It's about letting you, the trader, the analyst, the broker, get your hands on an enormous amount of accurately collated and organized data that will help you trade in your favorite markets, likely even more successfully than you are today. For right now, though, just go to The WebApp, hit the quick signup (very short) and use T&T as you like for a full month.