"Perfect Portfolio" Webinar this Friday

You have probably seen the posts below about MarketClub's "Perfect Portfolio", but if you haven't, now is a great time to catch up on them to get ready for this week's "Perfect Portfolio" webinar:

10/10/09 - The Perfect Portfolio for Traders and Investors (Video)
10/21/09 - What a Great Day for the Perfect Portfolio
11/02/09 - Solid October Results for the Perfect Portfolio
01/26/10 - Another Profitable Quarter for the Perfect Portfolio

On Friday, Adam is going to go into detail about this hypothetical portfolio and it's conservative strategy.  This set-up is "perfect" for those of us who don't want to look at our brokerage accounts every day.

The "Perfect Portfolio" covers 4 ETF's and Adam will look at each and also cover the strategy used to trade them.

In order to register for this free web seminar which is available to all of our Trader's Blog readers, simply click here.

Susan Jackson
Director of MarketClub Education
INO.com & MarketClub

15 thoughts on “"Perfect Portfolio" Webinar this Friday

  1. Regarding your perfect portfolio: If I wanted to include another equity ETFs from developed world markets (other than SPY) what would you suggest?

    1. George,

      Thank you for your feedback.

      I think there are several ETF's from developed world markets that could be used in the perfect portfolio but for the time being we are going to stand with what we have in that portfolio.

      One suggestion would be instead of splitting your money into four parts, split into five parts and integrate another equity market from overseas.

      All the best,

  2. Hi, I will be unable to attend the webinar today. Will it be recorded and if so please post the URL when available.

    Thank you


  3. In my comment, I should have added that I agree with Ray. I am really old and probably be dead by then, but before, I would like to profit a bit.

  4. In your perfect Portfolio and World Commodity Portfolio, are changes ever made in the qiarter that is shown?

    1. Stephen,

      Thank you for your question and your feedback.

      The short answer is yes. Changes are made in the portfolios during the quarter. These changes are which are clearly shown on the charts and are reflected in the numbers that we show for both the World Commodity Portfolio and the Perfect Portfolio.

      I hope this addresses and answers your question.

      All the best,

  5. Hi Adam,

    This is exactly what I was looking for during my previous trial. Now that I've cancelled I'm not able to see video #2. Can you share further details on the strategy? ie: what markets/products are traded, etc. I'm imagining you do some type of Ivy Portfolio and trade it based on the triangles.

    Thanks in advance,


    1. Hi Kevin,

      I think you'll find this post more useful. If you follow the links you'll see all of the markets that Adam tracks each quarter. We use the suggested "Trade Triangle" technique when trading the portfolio markets. To learn more about the suggested technique visit this link:


      To see the previous posts on our quarterly portfolio tracking please visit: http://club.ino.com:80/trading/2010/01/another-profitable-quarter-for-the-perfect-portfolio/?blogres

      I hope this helped and please contact our support team if you have any further questions.


      Lindsay Thompson
      INO.com & MarketClub

  6. trading the monthly trangles on the spy in the exsample you gave you would have given up since you would not have made any money for years before the decline in 08-09.

    1. Ray,

      The purpose of the perfect portfolio is diversification. You may not make money in every single market every year, but the odds favor you making money over time and overall.

      The perfect portfolio also shields you from big declines like we saw in 2008. This is not a get rich quick scheme. It is more of a way to protect your money and watch it grow in a sensible manner.

      I hope this addresses your question.


  7. Loic,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    We are still tracking corn, wheat, soybeans, crude oil, gold and the dollar index. That is in our World Commodity Portfolio.

    We're also tracking the Perfect Portfolio. This portfolio has not replaced the World Commodity Portfolio, we are following both.

    With the Perfect Portfolio and the World Commodity Portfolio we issue our results on a quarterly basis. Some time after the end of the first quarter we will be issuing our results for both portfolios.

    Thank you for your interest.

    All the best,

  8. Hello,

    I was wondering if you were still following in a portfolio, the following markets:

    Corn, wheat, soybean, crude oil, gold, dollar index

    You used to follow until sometime next year. Have you stopped tracking the triangles for those markets and replaced them with the ETFs ... or are you following both?

    Thank you.



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