ETF Prime 5 Booster
What does the Prime 5 Booster do?

These Daily Mathematical Algorithms review the available assets from all of our Groups to find a selection that appears to offer high returns overall. These can be highly leveraged assets and this list may change more often than any of the individual lists. Risk is magnified substantially with this selection especially on the downside.

The chart above shows the average annual return for the Prime 5 selection if you owned them for the past year. It also shows the increased Average Expected Annual Return when using our Algorithms for the past year. As you build your own portfolio, you can select your own favorites from the list.



Depending on your account size, you may have to wait for the Cash from the sale to be available to repurchase a replacement stock due to the T+2 Day Banking Rules. This T2 rule gives financial institutions 2 days to retrieve the cash. In that case, you would buy at the first available day that a buy signal is indicated.

At the bottom of the the following Chart 4A you will see the average annual return for all groups if you owned them for the past year. You will also see the increased Average Expected Annual Return when using our Algorithms for the past year. You can select your own favorites from the list.

At Roebuck Systems Inc, we are selecting all Assets from the Booster list and ADD them to inventory when they first get a Buy signal and then as long as they remain a Buy and we remove them whenever we first get a Sell signal or whenever they go off one of the group lists.

It is possible that a stock that is highlighted to BUY or SELL may not be on next months list, in which case you would sell it at the next Open Market Day at the opening price and consider buying another stock from higher up the list.



Individual Stock Results

The following charts provide details of each individual stock enhanced through the Investment Manager Booster recommendations and are updated at the end of each month.

1 Year Backtests and Trading Log showing the potential for each.