Sample of Monthly Signals
Monthly signals are generated by ADAPT, an adaptive long/short trend-following strategy, and ETF4R, a long-only ETF rotation strategy. Updates are posted after the close of each month or when there are new entry or exit signals. Subscribers should not expect frequent signals as these are longer-term trading strategies.
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Market Signals Update – November 2017
Summary of positions
- The ETF4R strategy is 50% long SPY and 50% long TLT
- The ADAPT strategy is long SPY since July 19, 2016
- There are no new signals
- Historical performance details can be found here.
- 2016 performance: ETF4R: +9.9%. ADAPT: +3.8%
Positions as of close of Tuesday, October 31, 2017
*Pos is the position size based on capital allocated to each strategy. Price is the actual entry price (not adjusted for dividends.) The signal entry is at the open of the Entry Date.
|Strategy||Signal||Ticker||Signal Date||Entry Date||Pos*|
Performance summary for October 2017
Year-to-date return of ETF4R strategy increased in October due to gains in SPY. The strategy is based on monthly data and all signals are for the open of the first trading day of the next month.
Year-to-date return of ADAPT strategy increased in October due to gains in SPY. The ADAPT strategy is based on daily data and all signals are for the open of the next trading day.
Year-to-date performance ( 01/03/2017-10/31/2017)
|Strategy||Net Return||Maximum Drawdown|
* Performance is adjusted for dividends and does not include any leverage. Commissions of $0.01/share are included in all performance calculations.
Note that Market Signals updates are posted at the end of each month and also when the ADAPT strategy generates new signals.
Disclaimer: The market signals are provided as an educational trading tool for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. We do not warrant the accuracy, completeness, fitness or timeliness for any particular purposes of the market signals. Under no circumstances the market signals should be treated as financial advice. The author of this website is not a registered financial adviser. Read the full disclaimer here.
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