About Sentiment Timing
The Sentiment Timing research is based on a new refinement of proprietary sentiment and timing technologies. It provides specialized near term insights into the stock market. Our research is quite different than the typical Big Picture analysis that most services sell. Those services do not, and cannot, offer market insight on near term market probabilities.
Woody Dorsey has been publishing Market Semiotics, an institutional research service, since 1985. This independent research, with a focus in Behavioral Finance, is provided to some of the world’s leading investors, including Barclays Capital, Deutsche Bank, Zulauf Asset Management, and numerous other hedge funds and investment groups. His cutting edge work has been featured in Time, BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, USA Today and many others.
In the fall of 2003, he formally proposed a new theory of Behavioral Finance called “Triunity Theory” in his book “Behavioral Trading: Methods for Measuring Investor Confidence, Expectations and Market Trends”.
Dorsey, a graduate of Amherst College, is a philosopher, writer and artist. He lives in Vermont.
Gary Dean has been actively involved in the stock market as a personal trader since 1996. In 2004, he left JB Hanauer as a Financial Advisor to start Marketspath.com.
His trading career changed after reading “Behavioral Trading” written by Woody Dorsey. Gary then joined forces with Woody, as the Chief Market Technician of Sentiment Timing.
When he is not trading or running his businesses, he is involved with Rugby and has been playing for over 24 years. He loves to play golf and spend as much time as he can at the beach in Long Beach Island.