End-of-January Comparison of the S&P-500 vs. Our 11-Quarter-System Model Portfolio (from Sid @ ElliottWavePredictions.com & ElevenQuarterStocks.com)

Here is the end-of-January comparison of the major U.S stock market indices vs. our Eleven-Quarter-System Model Portfolio (from Sid @ ElliottWavePredictions.com & ElevenQuarterStocks.com).

January is “in the books”, and the DJIA is down 5.27% YTD, the SPX is down 3.71%, the Nasdaq Composite is down 1.35%, and the Russell 2000 is down 2.53%. During the exact same period (starting Jan 2, 2014), our Eleven-Quarter-Stocks model portfolio is up 4.9%. Also, notice that the 11-Qtr-System model portfolio is sitting about 70% in cash, in keeping with our conservative trading plan for the first half of 2014.

In the model portfolio, we only go long on carefully selected individual stocks (based on our system), take profit strategically, and do not use margin. Our 2014 model portfolio was started on January 1 with a $100,000 balance and no open positions. Find out more at my ElevenQuarterStocks website.

Subscribers to the 11-Qtr-System will be given access (not-blurred) to which stocks we own in the model portfoilio, as well as which stocks we are very close to buying, price targets for those purchases (based on Elliott Wave and Hurst cycle analysis), take-profit targets on holdings that have broken-out to the upside, and which stocks will likely be new qualifiers over the coming quarters. Subscribers are also notified right away of each trade initiated in the model portfolio. The 11-Qtr-System Service, at least for now, is only $25 per month, and the first month is 1/2 price.


Model Portfolio Holdings 1-31-14 blurred