I uncovered a "3 word phrase", and turned it into a mechanical system that's historically averaged 4% to 6% a month with ETFs, in an hour (or less) per week... And I've been doing it successfully with "live trades" since 2007, through all types of crazy market conditions...
...This isn't a "cloak and dagger" type of secret, it's something so obvious and clear as day, that it's mind-boggling that nobody else has figured this out yet!
From this one simple, "secret" concept, I've created a system that has averaged the following, per MONTH, trading the following 9 ETFs over the past 7 years.
- 2.86% on the DIA (dow stocks)
- 2.38% on the SPY (sp500 index)
- 3.23% on the QQQQ (tech index)
- 6.10% on the KBE (finance/banking index)
- 3.55% on the XOI (oil index)
- 4.83% on the HUI (gold index)
- 3.03% on the SMH (semiconductors index)
- 6.24% on the IYR (real estate index)
- 4.01% on the XLB (materials index)
NOTE: All of this was done with the average trade lasting 25 days, and average return per month of between 4% and 6%, across all 9 sectors...
Again, this is NOT theoretical. Theoretical crap will murder your retirement accounts.
It's been tested, traded, and proven over the past 8 years, and READY for anyone who wants to thrash the returns their mutual funds have been getting!
In fact, to "put my money where my mouth is", here's the full system results:
See Current Running "Box Score" of Our Results, From January 2007
See Current Full Trade History, On All 9 ETFs, From January 2007
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Spokane Valley, WA 99206
(Feel free to call the office if you have any questions, or if you're in the area, our office is less than a block off of Sprague, the main road running through Spokane Valley, so we're easy to find!)
PS - Yes, you can trade this in retirement accounts (ROTH IRAs, Regular IRAs, CoverDell IRA's, some 401ks, etc.)Yes, it will work on small amounts of capital as well.I turned a measly $3,000 in my 3 year old's education IRA into $4,500 in 120 days -- and that's just the beginning.
PPS - Yes, it's safe, as far as investments go, we'll talk more about it, but we're doing the exact same thing that an investment advisor would tell you to do...BUT we're not just doing the "buy and hold" for 30 years.We're taking advantage of BOTH sides of the market.Consult your own investment advisor, I'm not a registered investment advisor, nor ever want to be :)
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