Last week’s newsletter dove head first into the explanation pool about “Pair’s Trading.” It started by comparing System Pairs Trading to sector rotation with the difference being this system will rotate between indexes within a single strategy, not between sectors. The newsletter left you dangling with two charts. Just to Quickly Review I posted an equity curve with its drawdowns depicted […]
I blather a lot about circuit breakers and I’m sure many of you wonder why I talk about them so much. To tell you the truth I had even started to ponder that myself. Just the other day I was talking to my marketing contractor Eric Wolf about the S&P 500 Margin portfolio because I […]
This week I am going to take you for a walk down a path some may find rather boring. Just saying, be fair warned. I’m going to have a heart-to-heart about transparency and, hopefully, it will not put into a stupor. Being as transparent as possible without overloading members with data is a tightrope a service […]
How Much is “Too Much Information?” QiT has data going back to 2007 for all the QiT portfolios. You did know that we have data going back that far, didn’t you? No? Well heck, check it out. On each performance page you’ll see a link that says, “Click here for the Monthly Profit, Trade Count and […]
A bear market is quite a bit different than trading in a bull, in particular if you trade an IRA type account.
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).