Cumulative Returns for SAI February +9.2% | YTD +6.25%

Cumulative Returns for Strategic Analysis Indicator for February +9.2%

Cumulative Returns for Strategic Analysis Indicator comapred to market performance shows that the indicator is up by 9.2% on our 6 customized stock portfolio as shown in the image below.

When the Strategic Analysis Indicator (SAI) is compared to SPY and QQQ for Febuary 2020, it is clear that SAI is performing better:

Cumulative Returns for SAI

February +9.2% 

Cumulative Returns for SPY

February -7.96%

Cumulative Returns for QQQ

February -3.2%

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Cumulative Returns for SAI February +9.2% | YTD +6.25%

The Strategic Analysis Indicator designed to capture 75% + of an up or down move in the S&P, the NASDAQ (tech stocks), Small Cap stocks and other specific sectors. With inverse ETFs, you can benefit from down moves by owning an ETF which mimics a short position without a margin account and more importantly works well in retirement accounts.

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STOP LOSS ORDERS DO NOT NECESSARILY LIMIT YOUR LOSS TO THE STOP PRICE BECAUSE STOP ORDERS, IF THE PRICE IS HIT, BECOME MARKET ORDERS AND, DEPENDING ON MARKET CONDITIONS, THE ACTUAL FILL PRICE CAN BE DIFFERENT FROM THE STOP PRICE. IF A MARKET REACHED ITS DAILY PRICE FLUCTUATION LIMIT, A “LIMIT MOVE”, IT MAY BE IMPOSSIBLE TO EXECUTE A STOP LOSS ORDER.

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