A+ Stocks is a strategy selection tool for finding stocks with high-probability of significant return. It not only takes into consideration the technical performance of the stocks, but also takes into consideration the relationship of the stock price performance vs. forecasted future earnings performance. It also builds in some risk management and portfolio management criteria.
Each position is weighted equally. We invest 1/50 of the account capital in each position, regardless of shares prices.. We use margin on infrequent occasions when open positions are more than 50. Most of the time, the account holds some cash when the outstanding positions are less than 50. We invest cash in money markets.
A+ Stocks looks for trades on the next trading session on each of those days when US stock markets are open. Signals are posted on the website and sent by email around 10pm EST on the day before the next trading session.
We suggest buying all the holdings in a portfolio at the same time. This way, the up and down of various positions can cancel each other. The portfolio is volatile on the day to day basis but is consistent annually. Please paper trade first to get used to it.
Some brokerages offer deep discounts to the frequent traders. Day-trading community is good place to start discount brokerage research. Among the main street brokerages, Interactive Brokers offers $1 per trade for less than 200 shares regardless trading frequency.
Our research has gone through a very rigorous analytical process. We believe that word is cheap and action matters on Wall Street. We compare stock prices to the forecasted future earnings. Contradictory to popular wisdom, we are not looking for undervalued stocks. We look for proof of forecasts through stock price and volume. Actual trades and back-testing of the strategy over the past six years has demonstrated that those signals consistently point to higher profits comparing the market.
The A+ indicator is used to forecast stock market severe downturns. It was started in the late 1990s. It was seriously studied during the 2001 to 2003 market downturn. At the beginning of 2008, it flipped the switch and generated a warning signal. We also back tested with different markets around the world.