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25K Portfolio Results and Update

Posted by David Bean on

We anticipate that the portfolios will eventually hit worse case drawdowns. We are there now and it is time to make modifications.

The good news is that the core five strategies are actually doing well. The core five strategies don't trade very frequently but they have a long history. In our desire diversify and trade more frequently as active traders, we added some newer strategies as bonuses on November 9, 2016 last year for the post election portfolio. Sometimes less is more.

What are the core five strategies? These are the original five strategies with a long history. We go over them in the video below as well as in the reports (which are below the video) show the current results, the results of the core five, and the results with the new recommended portfolio of 8 strategies. 

Best three options:

1.) Stay with the current 10 system portfolio
2.) Trade only the core 5
3.) Trade the new 8 system portfolio (this will be the recommended and tracked portfolio).

The fourth option is to use a variation of these strategies and even request the portfolio calculator in the video to customize your own portfolio. All subscribers will receive updates ASAP and hopefully by Monday, November 20, 2017.

25K Portfolio - Current 10 System

25K Portfolio - Core 5 System

25K Portfolio - New 8 System

 The Current 10 Trading Systems with the Core 5 in Bold as the first Five:
1.) Cobra III E-mini S&P
2.) Gap Continue IIB E-mini S&P
3.) Cobra Euro Currency
4.) SR CounterTrend Gold
5.) Grains DT III
6.) Gap Fill and Reverse E-mini S&P
7.) Tick Pulse E-mini S&P
8.) Gap Fill and Reverse Crude Oil
9.) Crude Oil Weekly Inventories II
10.) Crude Oil After Hours III

 The New 8 System Portfolio with the Core 5 in Bold as the first Five:
1.) Cobra III E-mini S&P
2.) Gap Continue IIB E-mini S&P
3.) Cobra Euro Currency
4.) SR CounterTrend Gold
5.) Grains DT III
6.) Gap Fill and Reverse E-mini S&P
7.) SR CounterTrend II Crude Oil
8.) Soybeans Swing Conservative

 


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