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Subject:Get onboard NOW before the next profitable cycle!!
Posted by:Gilbert J Arevalo (Admin) ( C2 Score: 980)  New msg
 
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When:8/29/13 (18:32) 
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I'm not too sure everyone knows this...for 10 years (1998-2008) we averaged 50% per year with my investment approach. Then I figured out a way to greatly improve this by trading diversified market indexes instead of individual stocks and by managing gains during both uptrends and downtrends (before only uptrends were traded). This simplified trading and increased our CAGR (compound annual growth rate) to 75% per year!

In the current Fed-distorted market, my trading system still works!! Average annual gains these past 5 years has been just 35% per year - or half - in this volatile and whipsawed market, yet still HANDILY beat the market!!!

In case you didn't know, these investment returns are unheard of! Not only is it rare for a fund manager to beat the market over multiple year periods, but those that handily beat the market inevitably BLOW-UP in the face of managing too much risk;)

The time is NOW to get onboard before the next profitable cycle!!

You MUST see...A Proven Gem: "The IBD Experiment" (http://onlinetradersforum.com/showthread.php/659001-Trend-Following-for-the-Long-Term?p=823545#post823545)

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Subject:Get onboard NOW before the next profitable cycle!!
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