About Our Strategies
Our strategy objective: make money within risk controlled proactive strategies regardless of market direction. Our Strategies have similar characteristics, as you will see. They also use similar instruments to achieve these goals, but some take less time than others to operate.
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Stock Traders Daily started its business by developing strategies. Thomas H. Kee Jr. was the architect of these strategies since inception, which was the peak of the Internet Bubble. We started our business in January, 2000, right before the market collapsed, and we had to be proactive, we had to manage risk, or we would have failed. All our peers from back then no longer exist today, and there’s a reason. The types of strategies we naturally implore can work no matter what happens, and most other strategies cannot make that claim.
We offer a number of Strategies, but not all of these will be appropriate for everyone, nor should anyone attempt to trade all of them at the same time. Sometimes, however, one strategy may be doing better than another, and the identification of this in advance could enhance returns, but we advise against trying to do that.
Instead, review each one of the strategies. You will see differences, sometimes only small ones, but in others the differences will be extreme, and in all cases you will find the differences within their respective rules, and further exemplified in the ‘How to use it’ tab on the strategy pages too.
The CORE Portfolio Strategy was designed Specifically for this market, for example.
Thomas Kee developed CORE specifically for the market conditions that he expected to come after the Central Bank Stimulus Bubble came to a peak. Our Macroeconomic work, The Investment Rate, helps to encourage strategy development sometimes, and this was one of those times.
CORE is not flashy like some of our other strategies. It is designed to be slow and steady, and to be completely neutralized to market conditions for the majority of time. That’s the key. In a market that has the risk of declining, being neutralized when the market declines can protect wealth, and that’s the goal of the CORE Portfolio Strategy. Protect wealth, and get a slow but steady return, without much market exposure. This Strategy was developed years ago, we have tested it and integrated it successfully, and we believe it is perfect for this market.
CORE can replace existing buy and hold strategies, without taking capital gains taxes on existing positions too, and it probably has a dominant place in almost every meaningful portfolio, but it is only one of the strategies we offer.
For CORE, and the others, take the time to review the performance too, of course, but your decision should not be on recent performance. Choose a strategy that you can actually handle, based on the amount of TIME you are willing to commit to managing risk.
Strategy Diversification Example:
Start by evaluating our Strategies. Pick one that you can handle, based on the time you are capable of committing, and further narrow that down by personal preference, and then start paper trading along with it. You may even want to paper trade a few of the strategies during this phase, with the ultimate goal of finding the strategies that are right for you.
All of them largely have a similar attribute, they can work no matter what happens, that means they can be used if the market goes up or down, and now it is time to find the ones that are right for you.
Review the following Strategies first:
Both conservative and aggressive investors could use strategy diversification between the above three strategies, with different percentage allocations of course, to achieve their goals. Let us know your questions after you register as a paying client and we’ll help you with strategy diversification.
In the meantime, look at the others too, start paper trading, and welcome to our proactive world.
We can use our approach no matter what happens, so the question about ‘what’s going to happen’ doesn’t matter anymore. That’s a nice place to be when uncertainties increase.
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