Austin, TX - The EC500 Formula signals when to buy and sell ETFs to optimize investment results. The EC500 Computing Platform can securely communicate between direct-access brokerage services and an investor's investments to implement the strategy in real time. The EC500 Strategy provides diversification through S&P 500 ETFs; it does not use individual company stocks.
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On average, it exchanges in and out of an ETF twelve to fourteen times per year. EC500 is correct approximately 80% of the time, in which it correctly identified an opportunity to take advantage of a market situation. ETFs are sold and the value is stored in cash. When the price of the ETF drops, more shares are repurchased, thus increasing the value for the investor.
A subscription to EC500 permits a subscriber to link to an investment account with a participating broker/dealer. Buy and Sell transactions may happen automatically through the broker/dealer. Subscribers do not have to feel tied down to transact according to the EC500 newsletter service.
In backtesting results, EC500 outperforms a "Buy and Hold" strategy by 183%. At the beginning of 2006, if $10,000 was invested in SPY and it was then sold and repurchased based on the EC500 Formula, on December 30, 2016, it would have grown to $32,312. If a "Buy and Hold" strategy was followed (invested and never sold), the investment would have grown to $17,642. The amount gained is $32,312 versus $17,642. Advantage = $14,670 or 183%.
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