Our Unique Stock Market Investment Strategy
We designed a unique and smart trading strategy for global and US stock markets by combining savvy market timing strategies with sophisticated market risk ratings.
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Our Stock Market Investment Model – The Three Key Elements
1. “It’s Not How You Start But How You Finish”
As the exit of a market timing signal determines the final profit of a trade, we focused exclusively on developing savvy exit signals.
2. Smart exit signals engineered for downside protection
We combine three different exit signals into a unique framework for a smart approach for risk-averse stock market investing for your convenience.
3. Stocks offer superior long term returns
As long as our savvy exit signals are NOT active, our stock market strategies stay invested to profit from the long-term growth potential of stocks
Our three main stock exit signals for risk-averse investing
I.) global exit signal for all stock markets (“safety trigger“)
This safety trigger is activated whenever the sum of the flagship Global Stock Market Risk Rating (GSMR) and the regional stock market risk rating for the US, Canada, and Western Europe is equal or above 100%.
Both stock risk ratings are our best predictors for indicating adverse movements in stock markets.
This aggregated exit signal is issued simultaneously on a macro level for all monitored stock markets.
The blue line represents the cumulated hypothetical performance of our Safety Trigger exit-strategy from 1961 until 2019 in comparison to the hypothetical performance of a buy-and-hold-approach (black line). Investing actively in a basket of global stock markets – if our proprietary safety exit trigger is NOT active – could outperform a buy-and-hold-approach on a hypothetical basis.
II.) individual trend-based exit signal for single stock markets (“weakness trigger“)
The weakness signal is activated when the price trend of an individual stock market is weak. The corresponding regional stock market risk rating, to which the individual stock market is assigned, is equal or above 60%, indicating a rather high-risk market environment.
This individual exit signal is issued for each of the monitored stock market indices separately.
The blue line represents the cumulated hypothetical performance of our Weakness Trigger exit-strategy from 1961 until 2019 compared to the hypothetical performance of a buy-and-hold-approach (black line). Investing actively in a basket of global stock markets – if our proprietary weakness exit trigger is NOT active – could outperform a buy-and-hold-approach on a hypothetical basis.
III.) global exit signal for all stock markets (“overbought trigger“)
The overbought trigger is based on the relative performance of a basket of benchmark stock market risk ratings compared to that of our flagship Global Stock Market Risk Rating (GSMR).
This exit strategy is primarily intended to potentially improve risk parameters by avoiding sideways markets or short-term downturns.
Since the relative development of stock market risk ratings is considered and not their absolute risk score levels, this may lead to exit signals also in a rather low risk indicated environment.
The aggregated exit signal is issued on a macro level for all monitored stock markets simultaneously.
The blue line represents the cumulated hypothetical performance of our Overbought Trigger exit-strategy from 1961 until 2019 compared to the hypothetical performance of a buy-and-hold-approach (black line). Investing actively in a basket of global stock markets – if our proprietary overbought exit trigger is NOT active – could outperform a buy-and-hold-approach on a hypothetical basis.
None of them is as smart as all of them!
Superior combination (I. + II. + III.)
Combining all three exit signals and blending them in an integrated risk-averse trading system delivers superior simulated results.
The blue line represents the cumulated hypothetical performance of our combined stock market timing (exit) signals from 1961 until 2019 compared to the hypothetical performance of a buy-and-hold-approach (black line). Investing actively in a basket of global stock markets via our combined stock market timing (exit) signals could outperform a buy-and-hold-approach on a hypothetical basis.
Outperforming Buy and Hold
|I.) Safety Trigger||+68%|
|II.) Weakness Trigger||+74%|
|III.) Overbought Trigger||74%|
|Combined (I. + II. + III.)||+84%|
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