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Algorithms look for BUY and SELL signals every day after all information is available.
Conveniently place orders any time before the next trading-day opens.
Direction-seeking algorithms trade ETFs for average of less than 10 days per trade.
Inverse Correlated ETF Pairs trade both directions, reduce risk and increase profits.
Proven published results with latest current trades and annual profits listed every day.

Investing in 100% inversely correlated and leveraged ETF pairs with proven algorithmic decisions, provides a lower-risk strategy. ETFs trade in both directions. Unique mathematical algorithms developed over 8 years with pre-published trades for 3 years have proven performance. Previous trades listed on the Historical Data page.

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Friday Apr 19th 2019

We Constantly Seek the Best Pairs.

Markets were closed today.

We need to change one or two pairs each month (as necessary) because all ETFs move in different cycles.

Just like stocks, they move differently but when you add a group of stocks together in an ETF, you essentially have the moving average of the selection.

The S&P 500 Index provides the moving average of all 500 components just as the Dow Jones Industrial Index provides the moving average of 30 components.

A sector of ‘Emerging Market’ stocks has a smoother moving average than each individual component.

We recently mentioned that there are only about 26 ETF pairs with inverse correlation, that also have large daily volume for us to trade.

Your first advantage is these 26 inverse pairs represent most of the world’s major Index and Sector investments and can be found in major portfolios.

The second advantage is that 26 sides of each pair go up and the opposite 26 sides go down. We can choose which side will potentially go up and our algorithms tell you which side will most likely go up tomorrow.

You will then receive a buy signal, even though the net combined gain from both sides will be zero every day. Each ETF receives a Buy or a Sell signal for tomorrow.

Also, by following all 26 pairs, we have a good opportunity to see the entire world of investing at any given time. Next month will be different to this month and we project the best ETF pairs as well as the best side of the pair to buy.

A portfolio of 5 to 10 ETFs from any current month will represent a good range of ETF indexes and sectors projected for that month and all buy and sell signals include current up-to-date profit percentages.

An example of differences in some selections is when stock prices go up, volatility and bonds go down; not all the time but a general rule.

As we can profit in either direction, we don’t mind if an index or sector is going up or down. This gives us 365 days of potential profit each year from each pair and we switch pairs depending on their current monthly potential profit cycle.

For these and other reasons, we run assets every day to maintain harmony between our mathematical algorithm projections and current trends. Both sides of all pairs are run independently. Sometimes we make a recommendation for the sale of both sides of a pair, but we never recommend buying both sides. This means whatever number of pairs you choose to follow; you will never receive more buys than your chosen quantity.

We have a good historical record of getting in and out of ETF cycles in an average of less than 10 days, but we also recognize that we must recommend small changes in the selection each month if required.

Naturally, a great advantage is the ability to trade in both directions of a complete investment universe.

Also, having reduced our investment world into 26 bullish ETFs plus 26 bearish ETFs, (52 different ETFs) we are able to multiply profits by trading 3x leveraged versions of these 26 pairs. The short-term trades make this possible.

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