It combines Cycles, Waves, and Target Algorithms, with an Overall technical model consisting of over two hundred indicators. We would suggest watching a presentation that Charles Nenner and Managing Director David Gurwitz gave at the Bloomberg studio in New York in 2007, which, in about an hour, explains the system:
Nenner Methodology at the Bloomberg Studio
There are 3 main areas to the research:
A. Morning Update – three times a week – Monday, Wednesday and Friday – covering the following: S&P, Nasdaq, and sometimes Dow, DAX, AEX, etc – US Bonds – Bunds – Yen – Euro – Gold – Crude – Nat Gas – Australian Dollar.
B. Sunday Summary – including quite a few global macro forecasts.
C. Additional Updates – covers things not included in the main Updates, such as longer term forecasts – i.e., six months, year, longer – including macroeconomic trends, VIX, deficits, unemployment, etc – since the cycles for those areas as well.
Charles takes a conservative approach to investing. The goal of the research is to identify ‘windows’ of opportunity that present the lowest risk to investors. The Sunday research focuses on the following 9 categories : S&P/ Nasdaq, Gold/Silver/Copper, Crude, Nat gas, Euro, Australian Dollar, US Bonds, Yen, and Bunds. Charles explains that the cycles only show a few trades per year for each category.`