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3 Secret Financial Truths Offer You An Amazing Financial Future

Can You Handle The Truth?

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Types Of Funds Widely Available

Bullish Index Funds

An ETF, or exchange-traded fund, is marketable security that tracks a basket of assets like index funds. Unlike mutual funds, ETF trades like a common stock.  ETFs typically have higher daily liquidity and lower fees than mutual fund shares, making them an attractive alternative for investors.

List of Bullish ETF’s

Money Market Funds

A money market account is an interest-bearing account that pays a higher interest rate than a savings account and gives the account holder limited check-writing ability. It combines the benefits of savings and checking accounts. Money Market Funds can be used to preserve and protect your funds from market volatility or larger declining markets.

List of Short Term Type ETFs

Bearish Index Funds

Inverse ETFs bet against the market and prosper when stock prices fall. If you want to play a market correction, you will need to use inverse ETFs. An inverse exchange-traded fund makes money when stocks go down in price. If the index goes down 1%, the inverse ETF goes up 1%.

List of Inverse ETFs

Leveraged Index ETFs

An exchange-traded fund  (ETF) that uses financial derivatives and debt to amplify the returns of an underlying index.  Leveraged ETFs are available for most indexes, such as the S&P 500, Nasdaq-100 and the  Dow Jones Industrial Average. These funds aim to keep a constant amount of leverage during the investment time frame, such as a 2:1 or 3:1 ratio.

List of Leveraged ETF’s

Performance Reports Of Our Signals

No Leverage

2x Leverage

3x Leverage

The research and development of our algorithm date back to 1927. The algorithm that developed has proven performance capturing Bull markets and avoiding the majority of EVERY Bear market since 1950!

 

Green Light Logic:

Since I am getting Green LIght Signals

…and am going to be in the market while it is rising, then why not leverage the bull run and grow much faster?

Red Light Logic

Since I am getting Red LIght Exit Signals

and am going to exit when the bear market arrives, then my downside risk is limited to the very beginning of the decline.

Logical Final Reasoning:

Since all Signals are validated and proven…

I now have the vehicle to rapidly Grow my in bull markets and protect the growth Protected from bear market crashes.

 

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