|Welcome! Our clients are
individuals and institutions who have two primary goals in mind
when investing in the stock market.
The first, and foremost,
of these is preservation of capital. Our timing
model attempts to limit drawdowns by reacting to quickly
changing market conditions. Holding stocks and most mutual funds
during protracted declines is not prudent in our judgment.
second goal is to out perform the major
market averages over the long term. Our timing model
has historically accomplished this consistently. $1.00 invested in
1987 using our model would have grown to $163 today! A buy and hold
investor would have seen $1.00 grow to less than $5. (See
Our system uses a
quantitative model designed to position us in the direction of
least resistance for the stock market. This method lends
itself to the management of IRA's, other self directed
retirement funds and non-retirement investment capital.
While no market
timing method is perfect, we feel so strongly about our method
that we use these same signals ourselves to manage our own
mutual fund investments.
historical results and timing mechanics to discover this simple
method to superior investment results. (See Execution)
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In addition to public equities we explore alternative investments that produce high yield and fixed income in non corrolated assets to balance portfolios.
|S&P 500 Index
January 1987 Through December 2006
|Largest DD* From Peak
|$1 Grows To
September 21, 2007
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APR - Compound Annual Percentage Rate. DD - DrawDown. YTD - Year
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after signal in an investment vehicle approximating the S&P 500
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