Frequently Asked Questions
About our system
How does it work?
When do I trade?
We provide percentage distributions of the popular and actively traded ETFs based on our proprietary algorithms. In general, there will only be one or two ETFs per trade. We do not trade more than three ETFs at any given time. The allotments are simply issued in easy to understand percentages per ETF (e.g., 60% SPY, 40% QQQ). When you receive the alert, you can go to the Members page to view the posted new change, and type in the amount you will be trading. Once the page reloads, it calculates the dollars you are to trade per ETF. A pie chart is also shown on the Members page with the latest distributions per ETF.
How many signals will there be?
When we issue a new trade alert, the percentage distribution will be posted on the Members page and sent to all members via Email and/or SMS. Once you receive a new trade alert, then you are to make the trade at that time. It is understood to sell your previous positions and go long (buy) the new ETF(s) with their percentage distributions.
We publish market allocations with a strategy that generates about 24 signals per year (i.e., about 2 trades per month). The lowest number of trades in a year was 21, while the highest number of trades was 28. Both the median and average number of signals per year are 24.
About our site
How do I change my password or e-mail address?
Can I get alerts sent to my e-mail or phone?
Once you are logged in, click on your name in the top right corner of the members area to access your settings.
Yes, members of the Standard, Ultimate, and Professional subscription packages will receive alerts to their e-mail address, as well as their phone over SMS text.
What is an ETF?
Can I join for a 6-month period instead of a year?
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is an investment fund traded on stock exchanges, much like stocks. An ETF holds assets such as stocks, commodities, or bonds, and trades close to its net asset value over the course of the trading day. Most ETFs track an index, such as a stock index or bond index. ETFs may be attractive as investments because of their low costs, tax efficiency, and stock-like features. By 2013, ETFs were the most popular type of exchange-traded product. ETFs can buy and sell them like shares through a broker, using traditional share trading techniques (limit or market orders, margin purchases, including stop orders).
What if I missed the latest signal?
We only offer annual subscriptions. If we get numerous requests for this option, then we may consider this in the future.
Will your company manage my account?
Our system gives specific information as to when to enter and exit equities and anything we may suggest outside of those signals is pure speculation. If you miss a signal or decide not to use one, only you can decide what to do for your given circumstance. In general, it is probably best to sit out (hold cash) and wait until the next signal, especially if the market has moved significantly since our last signal.
We do not manage personal accounts for our members.