Every investors' dream is to find a way to consistently make money in the market with the least amount of risk. The question is, does something like that even exist?
The answer to that question is yes and no. What I mean by that is yes, you can consistently make money market, but only if you adhere to a strict game plan and discipline.
Let me prove it to you... For the past 8 1/2 years, we have provided details for the World Cup portfolio. Every day the MarketClub team posts the signals to either enter or exit a market for each of the six markets tracked in this portfolio. These signals are available to every MarketClub member on a daily basis. Over the course of 35 trading quarters, the World Cup Portfolio has only had 6 negative quarters which gives it an 83% success rate. On an annual basis it has never failed to make money which answers the question, "can you consistently make money in the market?" I believe that the World Cup portfolio which has proven itself over 8 1/2 years in all kinds of market conditions to be a winning formula for success.
The World Cup Portfolio (WCP)
Q1 turned out to be a good quarter for the World Cup portfolio. In this diversified portfolio, six futures markets are traded. Here they are along with their Q1 results:
|Results||World Cup Portfolio||Q1 2016|
Q1 produced a profit of $8,061 for the World Cup portfolio. That produced a 16.12% return on a $50,000 investment. Sometimes we have members who want to cherry pick the markets/numbers and just trade one of these markets. I don’t really suggest that. For example, if you just traded soybeans in Q1 using the Trade Triangles, you would’ve lost money.
On the other hand, if you just traded gold, you had an amazing profit for the quarter. The bottom line is no one tells you at the beginning of the year or quarter exactly which markets are going to have the big moves. The strength of this portfolio is diversification, which in turn lowers your overall risk profile.
Find out the rules, results and the entry/exit points for the World Cup portfolio here.
The Internet portfolio has only been active for the past three years, but it had produced some excellent returns in that short period of time. What it has in common with the World Cup portfolio is that it has never lost money on a yearly basis.
The Internet Portfolio tracks five well-known Internet stocks. Here they are along with their results for Q1:
|Results||Internet Portfolio||Q1 2016|
While Q1 was not the best for this particular portfolio, the overall loss for the quarter was just $236.16. Percentage wise, the overall loss in the $50,000 portfolio was 0.47%. I'm sure there are lots of investors out there that wish they only lost 0.47% of their capital in Q1. Look for a more positive quarter in Q2.
Find out the rules, results and the entry/exit points for the Internet portfolio here.
Perfect ETF Portfolio
The function of this portfolio to protect capital during either an inflationary time or a crash in the market like in 2008 where many investors lost upwards of 30 to 40% of their capital in the crash. In contrast to that, the Perfect ETF portfolio showed a return of 12% for the year. A stark contrast to the devastating losses many investors suffered.
The Perfect ETF portfolio tracks four well-known ETFs. Here they are along with their results for Q1:
|Results||Perfect ETF Portfolio||Q1 2016|
|SPDR Gold Shares||(PACF:GLD)||1,045.00|
|United States Oil||(PACF:USO)||Sidelines|
|SPDR S&P 500||(PACF:SPY)||Sidelines|
For Q1, the portfolio returned 2.16% based on a $50,000 portfolio. USO and SPY had no signals and were on the sidelines for the entire quarter. This portfolio has been designed to take advantage of diversification in four major markets. The goal of this portfolio is to provide protection and good returns for 401k and IRA accounts with as little risk as possible. This portfolio does not short any ETFs and is frequently on the sidelines in one or more of our four core markets when the trend is down.
Find out the rules, results and the entry/exit points for the Perfect ETF portfolio here.
Stay focused and disciplined.
Every success with MarketClub,
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