If you’ve read my blogs, you’ve probably assimilated more information on circuit breakers (CB) than your poor brain thought possible. Yet, today, I’m going to take that education even further and reveal the nitty gritty details of how QiT uses its Circuit Breakers (CB).
In the last few months, I’ve soliloquized enough about circuit breakers and Max Drawdowns that you would probably run from the room screaming, hands flailing above your head, if I mention them again.
“That’s my story.
Oh, that’s my story.
Well, I ain’t got a witness, and I can’t prove it,
but that’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it.”
The question I get asked most frequently is, “How do I allocate funds between Qit’s six awesome portfolios.”
In a battle of man versus machine, who will win? If you’re talking about trading, it will be the machine, hands down. This article will tell you why.
Some portfolios perform differently at different time. QT member will be seduced into jumping onto those that are generating the best returns today. May I suggest that this may not be the best blueprint to follow?