Your brokerage statements and what you see on the QiT’s monthly tables don’t match. Even the number of trades don’t line up. What the heck is going on?
A bear market is quite a bit different than trading in a bull, in particular if you trade an IRA type account.
The reason we trade is to make money. The reason we want money is to have a better life. A better life where we can take needed vacations, buy the cars we desire, or send our kids to the universities they want to attend.
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.
The question I get asked most frequently is, “How do I allocate funds between Qit’s six awesome portfolios.”