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                                 A Guide:
Getting the Most out of The Tiger Nightly HOTLINE

     Here is what our Tiger Hotline seeks to do and how we can help your investing and
     trading be more profitable.

     The Hotline's most important task is researching and predicitng the general market and the
     DJI-30, in particular.   What happens to the DJI usually happens to most other markets around
     the world, though we still have to watch for divergences and unusual strength and weakness.  

    You will regularly see historical studies of what the market has done in the past when unusual 
    circumstances and technicals occur in the present that can be back-tested.  Looking for new
    Peerless signals and refining existing signals is a key part of the Hotline's research. 
    Example: the Sell S9Vs of the Summer of 2010 were researched and first reported here in
    plenty of time for our subscribers to make excellent profits selling out and selling short. 
    See the Peerless DJI chart below:

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  TigerSoft's Hotline helps your investing in a number of ways.

1.) Just below the heading, above the Daily Hotline are
     Background Studies.  These show older charts of many of
     the trading vehicles our investors use most, such as the SPY, SPY
     Candlestick charts,  QQQ, Euro and NASDAQ.   The basis for Rules for
     trading Closing Power and the role of the Accumulation Index and
     head and shoulders patterns are discussed there.

2.) Usually the headline mentions the current signal.   If not,
     the Current DJI chart shows the operative Peerless signal,
     a Buy or a Sell.  Contradictory signals the same day cancel
     each other out.   The links to it always appears as follows:

-->  To Key Index and Leading Stock Charts: DJI, SP-500, etc.

               DJI Chart        SPY Chart       NASDAQ Chart      IBB Chart       IWM Chart  

       3) The next section gives some key technical statistics on the DJI.

7/12/11  DJI = 12446.88   la/ma= 1.016  21-dmaROC= .482  P = 343 (+65)  IP21=-.071  V=- 23  OP=   .193

la/ma=" 1.016 means 1.6% over the 21-day ma.  1.035 is overbought.  .965 is oversold
21-dmaROC=" .482 means the 21-day ma is rising at an annualized rate of +48.2%.  Above +.60
           is usually bullish.   Below -.60 is usually bearish. It over takes a 21-dmaROC under +.07 to bring
           a break of the 21-dma.
"P =" 21-dma of NYSE Daily Advances-Declines"  This is a key indicator for Peerless automatic
            Buys and Sells.   Negative readings with the DJI approaching the upper band are bearish.   Positive
            with the DJI reaching oversold are bullish.
"(P  daily change)="   Example (+ 100) = P Indicator rose for the day.   Reversals usually show the
             daily change of the P-Indicator confirming the new move.
"IP21 =" Current Tiger's Accumulation Index"  This is a key indicator for Peerless automatic
            Buys and Sells.   Negative readings with the DJI approaching the upper band are bearish.   Positive
            with the DJI reaching oversold are bullish.
"V =" 21-dma of 85% of Up Volume - 100% of NYSE Down Volume." This is a less important
            tool.  Volume is of reduced value because so much volume now takes place off the NYSE.
"OP =" 21-day ma of Tiger's OBV PCt."  This is used with Tiger Automatic Buys and Sells.
            Readings above +.50 show over-bought conditions except at the start of bull markets.   Negative readings
             with the DJI approaching the upper band are bearish.  Positive with the DJI reaching oversold are bullish.
4.) Number of MAXCP and MINCP stocks:
A ratio of 2:1 is bullish.  10:1 is overbought .
           This shows the degree to which Professionals are aggressively net
           buyers or new sellers.

         HEDGE by Buying the Bullish MAXCP Stocks and Shorting the
         Bearish MINCP Stocks. 
The value of this can easily be tested by looking
           at the older Hotlines' Bullish and Bearish stocks and compare their performance.

           5.) Bullish MAXCP Stocks Link -
These are the most bullish stocks I can find
           each evening.  They mostly come from stocks showing high Accumulation
           (Insider Buying) and Closing Power new highs (Professional Buying)

     .     Try to buy these on price breakouts above flat, well-tested resistance and when
           their Closing Powers turns back up after a test of support.   Note Buy signals,
           red high volume and gaps, which confirm the breakout.

           Take profits when Closing Power fails to confirm a new high and then breaks its
           steep uptrernd-line.    
Closing Power uptrendlines will let you safely stay aboard
           the strongest stocks while you let your profits run.  The degree to which they rally
           depends a lot on general market conditions, whether the market is starting a new
           move or is already in a trading range.  Adjust your goals accordingly.  

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       Buying:   Watch for a Bulge of Accumulation and then buy on the next Closing Power's
           turn back upwards. 
Use CP trendlines here.   Selling:   Take profits when Closing Power
           fails to confirm a new high and then broke its steep uptrernd-line. 

Buying:   After a big advance and sell-off to the 65-dma, look for a successful test of
           support, such as a testing of the rising 65-dma, and then a CP turn upwards or a CP
           breakout above its well-tested resistance. 
See SIMO below. 

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Bearish MINCP Stocks Link - These are the most bearish stocks I can find
           using the Tiger Power Ranker with MINCP and NEWLOWS stocks each evening.  They
           mostly show heavy red Distribution and Closing Power new low.   Try to sell short
           these on price breakdowns below flat, well-tested support and when their Closing
           Powers turns back down after a test of resistance.  Draw Closing Power downtrendlines on
           these stocks to see when to cover.   The degree to which they fall only partly depends
           a lot on general market conditions, i.e. whether the market is starting a new move or
           is already in a trading range.  Many of these bearish MINCP stocks will go down even in
           an up-market. 

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                    Just because a stock is already down a lot, do not dismiss it as a short sale.
Shorting FRO above at 13 in July would still have gained you 66% more by the end of
          2011.  See its chart below.

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     7.)                TIGER INDUSTRY STRENGTH

Being long the strongest stocks in or ETFs representing
         the strongest industries helps you make money less stressfully
         and much more easily.  The bearish MINCP stocks in the
         weakest industries usually work out well as short sales.

        Click on the links to the industries where you see the
        Date in Red and the following link:

===> See Key Peerless TigerSoft Index Charts: Industry Groups and ETFs

   EXAMPLE   ======= 7/12/2011  =======              
             Pct of Stocks over 65-dma  - Daily Change
                                        7/12/2011                 7/5/2011                6/27/2011               6/20/2011                    6/13/2011               
B Bond Funds                      92%                        93% +1%                90% -1%                  85% +1%                  88% -4% 
B REIT Stocks                      86%                        82%                       32% +5%                 68%   +13%              59% +4%    
B  Biotech (XBI and IBB)      71%                       86% +7%                50% +7%                  50%                         57%

S Utility Stocks                    69%
  +8%                76%                        51% +4%                57% +8%                  44% +4%   
S Auto Stocks                      66%                        65% -6%                  54%                       14%   +6%                19%   -3%            
S Gaming Stocks                 64%                        64%          
             29% --7%                29%   +8%                14%
S  Industrial Materials         55%  +5%                58%  +1%                30% +9%                20%    +4%               22% +1% 
S Food Commodities           55%                        46% +4%                 27% -9%                 36% +9%                  55%  
B  QQQ-100 stocks               53%  -5%                 62%  -2%                 33% +8%                25%  +8%                  28%  -1%  
B  Retail stocks   .                50%  +4%               41%  +5%                  27%                       23%                         14%       
B Gold Stocks                     50% +14%               30%  +12%                 8%  +2%              10%                          14% +7% 
S DJI-30 stocks                     47% -3%                 60%   +10%              13%  +2%                23%                        23% +3%               
highest AI = CVX    AI/200=184  
S SP-500 stocks                   47%  -4%                 66%   +11%              31% +5%                  31%  +5%                25%  +1% 
S Finance Stocks                42%  +1%                48%   -5%                 32%  +8%                30%  +6%                21%   +7%
B  Transportation Stocks     41%
 -2%                  47%  -3%                  26% +4%                 17%  +1%               11%    -2%
B  Oil stocks                        37% -38%                 47%  +11%              17% +1%                 12%  -6%                 16%   -10%                      
S Green Stocks                   32%
  -4%                 44%                         17%                        12%                        11%   -5% 
S Homebuilding Stocks        25%  -4%                  42%  -4%                33%   +12%               13%    +5%                 4%   
S Foreign ETFs' Stocks       18%   -3%                  44%   -9%                10%+2%                   3%                          10%    -5%  
S Chinese Stocks               18%    -2%                 28%
 +1%                  14% +2%                  7%                           7%   -5%       

      8)  TigerSoft Industry and Sector Charts. 
  On the same page that shows the Industry Rankings, we post the Tiger Indexes of
            key sectors and stocks making up an Industry.  Our program wights each stock by
            average trading price times volume.   These Tiger Industry charts highlight the
            Advance-Decline Line for these groups and show the percentage of stocks above
            the 65-day ma.   Draw the trendlines on these charts, not just of prices, but for the
            its A/D Line and the percentage of stocks above the 65-day ma.

            Here are two examples:   First the NASDAQ-100 or QQQ and second Auto Stocks.
            Trade the price and internal strength trendlines, the automatic Buys and Sells, especially
            after the A/D Line fails to confirm a move.

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  The Actual Nightly Hotline pulls all these factors together
       and discusses the operative Peerless signal and what it
       might take to reverse it.

         9) The operative Peerless signal, example combined Sell S9/S12,
         is very important.

            The last and operative Peerless signal appears among each day's Hotline's charts and
             is specified as text, near the top of the narrative or in the heading. 

            Many traders simply work with the Peerless signals, buying a major market ETF on
            and buy and selling only on a Sell.   This has a great track record. 

            Multiple Peerless Sell signals tell us to Sell, Sell Short and avoid all long commitments,
            especially if a well-tested support level like 12500 is violated, as we saw in 2007.  On the
            other hand, Peerless Buy signals provide an overall trading strategy, in that when we
            are on a Buy, and even more so when there are multiple Buys,  we have to expect  higher
            prices even when a decline is occurring.  The Peerless Buys' track records should give us
            the confidence we might need to buy on this weakness, especially when the Tiger
            Closing Power breaks its downtrend and Professionals resume their buying..

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The first thing we want to do when there is a new Peerless signal, is to check out the
            link in the Hotline to that particular signal's history.  Here we see how powerful in
            history, back to 1929, the signal is.  How has it worked out in a rising market?  In a
            a bear market?  At this time of year?  In the 4-year Presidential cycle?  Are the current
            key Peerless statistics (la/ma, ann-roc, P-I, IP21, V-I, Opct) within the normal range
            for this signal?   If there are enough cases, how does the signal work out when the
            key Peerless indicators were quite comparable?  Should we be prepared for a paper loss?
            How large? How often do they occur?  Are there past cases that seem quite similar?
            Or is this a case that is very different? 

10)   Within an on-going uptrend, there are minor declines and trading range tops.  
         Traders should, I think, use the Closing Power trends to see these
         short-term reversal points. 
Pay most attention to breaks in extended, well-tested
           CP trendlines when the CP has not confirmed a move and when prices have just
           tested support or resistance.

         The Closing Power charts on key ETFs, SPY, QQQ, IWM, FNA, TNA and
         DIA are vital. 
See how the CP trendbreaks predict significant price
           trend changes.    There are links to these each night.  Often their charts       
           appear on the Hotline Page.

11) Historical Parallels and Seasonality are emphasized in TigerSoft
           hotlines.  TigerSoft, more than others, looks at the 4-year Presidential
           cycle.  It works. Peerless uses it.  And as a trained historian and ex- political
           economist, this cycle offers us a lot.

         12) Earlier Hotlines appear underneath the current one.  Links
           to even earlier hotlines going back to 2009 can also be found on
           the Hotline Page. 

13) Political Economy.   It helps to be very cynical, too.   Most stocks
            are owned and dominated by the very wealthy, most of the time.  1999-2000 was an
            exception.  Public buying and speculation ruled many tech stocks. 

            To see how the market will likely move, we seek to anticipate the futures perceptions
            of the very wealthy about investing, profits and the market. 
Consider our Hotline
            an antidote to the mainstream media, which is full of useless and even misleading
            news stories.  The conservative media's touting of silver all the way down from
            48 to 20 is as disturbing as it is typical.   At best, its purpose is to sell copy.  At
            worst, it is to dupe the public into buying when the insiders the media represents
            want to sell.   Thus, it plays up the dramatic, the personal, the scary and the sensational.
            This is the reason, when professionals often are buying when the headlines are
            bleakest and selling when everything seems rosiest.

             Tiger's Blog
and Hotline show the importance of political economy. 
             There is a lot of evidence that Obama has reinforced, not changed, the
             control by, of and for the American Plutocracy.  That is a key reason
             the stock market  has done so well, despite high unemployment and widespread
             mortgage defaults on Main Street.

             Only Tiger's Hotline has the Peerless back-tested Buys and Sells
             of 74 years experience.  I've been writing a Hotline since 1986.
             Our Closing and Opening Powers are unique.  I believe our
             unique perspectives will show you how Wall Street really works
             and how to make money like the Pros do....

         Ask questions, too.  The answers we provide to you, may also help others.