Some people view “leverage” as a four letter word, especially since the market collapse in 2008/2009. But leverage, when used properly can be sensible. Here’s an example use.
This article documents the performance of an actively managed portfolio, StumpGrinder. The portfolio is traded with real money in a brokerage account. The article is updated about weekly, but at least monthly.
Watch this post each month for updated allocations to each of the ETFs, we’ll keep them all in one place.
We use an elite group of 12 ETFs in the StumpGrinder portfolio.
Follow along as we use quantitative algorithms to manage a real live meat-and-potatoes portfolio of 12 ETFs you’d be happy to have your mom in. We will trade this portfolio monthly in a real account and report the trades and performance of the portfolio.
A friend shared some interesting information about salesforce.com (CRM). Here’s a summary:
Today, November 30, 2011, the market was up 4.3%
I’m entering a position in oil. Here’s why:
I am conflicted about this post. I’m saddened by Jobs’ passing. However, it is always wise to act on predictable trading opportunities…