Will Turner is the editor of both Signal Investor and Quick Hit Trader, and co-creator of the TurnerTrends Tools. He has worked in software engineering and finance for over 25 years and worked with his father, Mike Turner to build the tools and run their various money management services.
Will’s financial, mathematical, computer science and engineering background serves as the foundation for his disciplined, rules-based approach to trading. He does not rely on instinct, gut-feelings, emotions, analyst opinions or hunches. Will’s trades are based on solid fundamental, technical and time-cycle based forecasting analytics. Will’s methodology and software systems are used to scan the universe of stocks and ETFs to find the highest scoring equities that have the greatest probability of success. Will is a disciplined and formulaic trader and he conveys that approach to his subscribers through his services.
The trade-timing tools Will and Mike developed cover the gamut of time cycle market forecasting, fundamental analysis and technical trends of stocks, sectors, industries and global markets. He utilizes his proprietary market-timing programs to provide him and his subscribers with trade-sensitive analysis results about when to be in the market and when to be in cash. In Mike’s books, 10: The Essential Rules for Beating the Market, Mike describes their rules-based methodology for picking the right stocks at the right time, holding those positions as long as they are making money and timing exactly when to sell to maximize net total return. Mike’s second book, Rule 1 of Investing: How to Always Be on the Right Side of the Market gives an even deeper look into their methodologies. The objective of their methodology is to think like a fundamentalist but trade like a technician.
They are also the creator of the Bloomberg time-cycle forecasting system that is available to more than 330,000 Bloomberg terminals worldwide. Some of the most prestigious and influential private and governmental financial institutions in the world have used their proprietary trade-timing technology.
Their quant-based analysis programs are also used to produce time-cycle research and analysis for Bloomberg along with large, high-profile brokerage and financial management firms.