Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Have you back-tested your
Yes, we have. Of course, most
back-testing is performed to see if it helps you pick the right stocks
at the right time. Our strategy is not designed to help you pick stocks,
but rather to trade in such a way so that, when you pick the wrong
stocks at the wrong time, you lose less . Based on that objective we
have found that in 100% of the cases tested over the past 30 years, you
will lose less using our approach than if you had just bought the stock
Q. Does it take a lot of time to
implement your system?
Any investment strategy takes a lot of time to implement properly if you
do it manually. Fortunately, we have created a patent pending computer
program that automates the system so you can spend less than 30 minutes
a day, on average, implementing and monitoring your portfolio.
Q. Can I have my current
stockbroker use the system on my behalf?
Absolutely, once your stockbroker learns the system he can manage your
portfolio using the principles of the SafetyNET Trading System.
Q. If your system reduces risk,
doesnít it also have to reduce the upside potential, as well?
Yes, it does. With the SafetyNET
Trading System you will make less money
in a very robust market. That is the price you pay to reduce the risk,
however, you should be able to make from 12-18% a year even in flat
markets so long as you donít choose stocks that severely under perform
the general market. And even more importantly, you should significantly
limit your losses during major market corrections.
Q. Is your system too complicated
for novice investors?
A lot of investment training
companies inundate students with an amazing amount of strategies. As a
result, most leave the training more confused than when they came. We
believe in teaching one strategy, the one we consider the best, and
making our students specialists in that. By keeping to a limited subject,
almost everyone will leave our workshops totally prepared to implement
the SafetyNET Trading System.
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