How to make your retirement account "Perfect"

If you're looking for the perfect way to bolster your retirement account, MarketClub's conservative "Perfect Portfolio" is for you. To make it as easy as possible, we give you all of the signals, stops, and information you need to track this portfolio and make gains nearly effortlessly available to ALL MarketClub members.

I hope you enjoy this short video that details exactly how you can implement this portfolio and take all of the risk, worry, and anxiety out of building your retirement. Also, you'll find out exactly how you can take advantage of 2 FREE weeks of MarketClub, on me.

All the best,

Adam Hewison
President of
Co-founder of MarketClub

18 thoughts on “How to make your retirement account "Perfect"

  1. I am an australian and follow the aussie stockmarket.Do you follow the australian markets and ETF's. Your system looks great! Does it work on soft commodities?

    1. Gary,

      You may want to contact Chris Brown in our Sydney office. His number in Australia is 1300 652 162. Chris can give you lot's of info on what is coming up on MarketClub.


  2. Adam,

    To follow up on the last comment, what you say in the video is not consistent with what you have posted on the portfolio tracker page. In the video you say you have been long USO since November, at 37. On the portfolio page you say you have been long since February at 39.01. The portfolio page is right, as I have been watching it for several months. Similar inconsistencies for SPY. It seems like you have not decided whether you are following the weekly or the monthly signals. Please explain.


    1. David,

      It depend as there are several types of traders at MarketClub. Some traders are long-term and just use the monthly "Trade Triangles" as I showed in the video. Others use our Weekly/Monthly rule as we stated on the portfolio page. The prefered method is the weekly/monthly "Trade Triangles".

      Please see my earlier answer to you.

      All the best,


  3. Adam,

    Siang and Lee's comments were consistent with what you have written on the portfolio tracker page:

    "You would use a monthly GREEN “Trade Triangle” as a primary entry point and use the weekly RED “Trade Triangle” as a move to the sidelines and into cash position. You would only reenter a long position if and when a GREEN weekly “Trade Triangle” kicked in."

    Could you answer the question, if there is a green monthly and a red weekly, are you in or out?


    1. Fuzzduzz,

      Yes I am am aware of the bearish ETFs like SH for the SP500. Most traders however are either not familiar or uncomfortable shorting any market. The Perfect Portfolio is quick and easy and works very well.

      Thanks again for your feedback.

  4. Adam,
    I'm a Canadian and need more input on Canadian stocks, any chance of you doing it?

    1. Ruth,

      We track all the Canadian stocks with our Trade Triangle and Talking Chart technologies.

      All the best,

  5. Do you know what your results would be if you went "short" instead of going to "cash"? Thanks for your time and efforts...

    1. Fuzzduzz,

      The results would in all likelyhood be better. However you cannot short stocks in an IRA account.

      All the best,


  6. Hi Lee,

    In the video, you use green monthly trade triangle (TT) to establish long term trend, and enter your position (go long) on that day the triangle is shown, if possible.

    Then use weekly TT for timing.
    1. If you see green weekly TT, you hold on your position.
    2. If red weekly TT show up, then you exit your position. Again re-enter a new position once a new green weekly TT show up.

    Exit all position if red monthly TT show up, that signals the end of the up trend, and downward trend being established.

    Hope that helps.

  7. In your video re Perfect R Portfolio you say that you only use the Monthly trade triangles. When you go to the portfolio page on your web site the exit points shown are weekly T.T. Am I missing something?

    1. Lee,

      No you are not missing anything.
      That is how it is done.
      Simple and straightforward.

      All the best,

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