Trade Currently Highest Performing and Leveraged Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).
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ETF Inverse Pairs are treated separately as single investments, but you will occasionally have signals to buy both the Bullish and the Bearish sides of any pair. This would initially be a neutral position and you would rarely buy or sell on the same date.
‘Volatility and Risk’ are generally reduced for each additional asset that you add to your account.
Follow our Blog and/or Daily Subscriber Signals each evening. The ‘Current Profit’ is ranked in column 7 in ‘Chart 1B’ for Subscribers and should be used along with ‘New Signals’ in column 1 to make all trades. All orders should be placed with your Broker at your convenience, any time before the ‘NEXT MARKET OPEN’ at the ‘Market Opening Price’.
How to start.
You should first decide how much capital you intend to use for this program with a minimum of 5 ETFs and a minimum of $800 for each ETF.
Due to 26 or half of the 52 currently available ETF Pairs going in 100% opposite directions, a maximum of 15 ETFs should be bought and most investors will likely choose between 5 and 11 most of the time. You can change quantities at any time.
Using your quantity of ETFs, you should adjust and maintain that quantity every day unless the 2-Day Banking Rule limits cash available. A Margin Account helps this same-day replacement, but leveraged ETFs usually receive less Margin for the 2-Day loan period. Otherwise, adjust when cash reaches the account but always sell initial sell signals at the next market opening price.
For additional 'potential profits', some Subscribers are able to watch market opening prices in order to make later trades, but this is not built into our history or projections.
After receiving the daily signals each evening, you should do the following: -
1 – Decide on ‘Your Quantity’ of ETFs to maintain every day in ‘Your Portfolio’.
2 – Daily, calculate current ‘Average Value’ of ETFs held, or decide on a new value.
3 – Daily, sell all ETFs with ‘Sell Signals’.
4 – Daily, sell ‘Buy Signals’ for ETFs no longer in your ‘Replacement Portfolio’.
5 – Daily, buy replacement ETFs from top of ‘Best Profit List’, using new average value.
Keep assets in your account for as long as they have a Buy signal and Sell them after the first day of a sell signal at the next market opening price.
The average ETF trades are held for 10 days but occasionally they can reach 50 or more days.
These selections are run through our Algorithms every day after all input information is available and we distribute Buy and Sell signals every evening at about 7:00 PM Central Chicago time.
For example, the Energy Sector has 5 pairs and you may choose to have no more than 1 or 2 duplicates from the same sectors.
A Few More General Indications for Subscribers.
Due to our selection of Inversely Correlated Pairs of ETFs, you may trade 365 days each year because one half of each pair is Bullish, and the other half is Bearish. You will make profits or losses in both market directions.
Follow the rules for best consistent longer-term results. Note that market opening prices are not reliable indicators of market closing prices. Decreasing volatility trends are better and slower than increasing volatility trends, especially for leveraged ETFs.
Periods of "world-news-type" rapid changing volatility can be the most unpredictable, mainly due to our "following-day-signals". However, the benefit of not having to watch and trade markets all day long may be a considerable counterweight and advantage to your lifestyle.