Register Today for The MoneyShow San Francisco Virtual Event 2016 Join me, Jackie Ann Patterson, at The MoneyShow San Francisco Virtual Event and Learn Profitable Investing Strategies! In a Presidential election year, with the stock market continuing to notch new highs in between bouts of gut-wrenching volatility, with gold and oil rallying after taking a • Read More »
Several clients asked how to download a free Kindle book during my promotion. You don’t even need a Kindle to do it. A PC, MAC, ipad, or smartphone will do. Now until Monday 8/25/14 my book Truth About ETF Rotation – Fund Your Retirement by Investing in Top Exchange Traded Funds in One Hour Per • Read More »
If you want to read a book available on Kindle, such as my Truth About ETF Rotation e-book, you have several choices. Of course you can just buy the top-of-the-line Kindle Fire HD. Or, if you’re looking for a zero dollar option, because maybe you just want to check out an e-book that’s being offered • Read More »
My focus for the past year has been backtesting ETF rotation strategies. At this point, I’ve published the backtesting on Amazon, recorded training videos, created a portfolio rotation simulator, and established a live account for forward testing. In this article, I want to give you a summary of how to invest in Exchange Traded Funds • Read More »
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As I’m preparing for the MoneyShow San Francisco, I want to share a few thoughts on ETF rotation: Click here to read my high-level article on ETF Rotation Beyond the high-level introduction, I am working on a detailed comparison of three strategies: rotation to the ETFs with the strongest performance a basic diversified portfolio advanced • Read More »
The MoneyShow Network interviewed me about trading metrics — what to look for if you are starting from scratch or if you are buying a system. Click the graphic above to watch.
Tim Bourquin of the Traders Expo interviewed me shortly after I had (manually) backtested several option trading strategies. Watch the video above to hear how it went.
Manual Backtesting: sometimes it really does come to this!