2019 ETF Timing Return through 8/29/19 using Enhanced Strategy: +17.16%

Unrivaled Exchange-Traded Fund Investing Strategies

  • Are you a do-it-yourself investor?
  • How have your past returns compared to your goals?
  • Are you ahead or behind where you would like to be?
  • Do you often wish you could do better?

ETF Timing offers unique investing strategies using Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) that should allow you to achieve the returns on your investments that you’ve always dreamed of, on your own, and do it stress-free!

This chart shows how the ETF Timing strategies (the top three lines) have performed since 2003.  How did your returns compare to these results?

ETF Timing Strategies Provide Superior Returns at Perhaps the Lowest Price of Any Service!

ETF Timing is very unique.  Unlike other investing websites/services you won’t need to shell out money every month/quarter/year for an endless subscription.  There are no subscriptions with ETF Timing.  Instead, with just a small one-time purchase of $…, you will receive all the information you need to set your IRA, 401K, or other investment accounts on auto-pilot for years to come.  Then you can ignore the news, sleep better, and enjoy the life you dream of instead of worrying about the next stock market collapse.

You’re skeptical, and that’s good.  Continue on and you’ll learn why this is for real, not a hocus pocus snake-oil sales pitch.  The best proof is provided on the Performance page both here and at ETF Timing’s sister website TSPTiming.com, where you will find links to third party independent tracking of the three strategies that are used here at ETFTiming.com.   ETFTiming.com uses ETFs that mimic the Federal Thrift Savings Plan funds, so the returns are very similar.  This independent tracking service provides real-time proof that the ETF and TSP Timing strategies are continuing to work, year-after-year.  No other TSP investing advisory service offers this type of third-party tracking, because no other service can compare to TSP Timing.  ETF Timing should prove to be no different.