No. SID1: Optimal Finance Investing™ – Strategies based on No. D1 (USA) Research
Current No. SID1 PDF Strategy Report
Dec. 23, 2008 (Revised every Tuesday)
SID1 Strategy Goal: Based directly on the updated revisions of the foundational research, D1 Optimal Finance Research™ (USA) Conservative Investing, our USA research analysts have identified, at the time of this No. SID1 Optimal Investing report, the following bulleted items that include strategies and securities exhibiting potentially favorable investing characteristics.
Investable securities (ETFs) identified for the following strategies:
Bullish (from consolidation with momentum), Bearish (from consolidation with momentum), Overbought and/or Oversold in a trading market, Possible Top and/or Possible Bottom in a trending market.
In all strategies, hold your position until your chosen exit stop has been triggered (then come back to us for another security :-)). If you’re interested, further study of strategies, including ones with capital protective exit stops, can be found at the following sites: At Strategies: From A To Z at Strategies: By Type and at Strategies: Full Systems.
SID1 Strategic Categories: Investable securities (ETFs) identified from the following (No. D1) categories:
Economic Business Cycle (optimal securities for economic expansions and economic contractions), Monetary System (inflation, deflation, interest rates, yields), Financial Markets (USA), Securities (etfs measuring cash, commodities & real estate, bonds, stocks), Style (compare: growth, value), Size (compare: large-cap, mid-cap, small-cap, micro-cap), Weighting (compare: market cap, fundamental earnings, equal).
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Optimal Analysis (Macro to Micro) – USA, Global (includes USA) & International (excludes USA) – by style, size, sector, asset class, weight, time, and technique: Stocks, bonds, ETFs (over 85 per portfolio), commodities, currencies, companies, international & emerging markets, real estate. Methods: Econometric, Technical, and Fundamental.
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