Stocks & Commodities V. 26:6 (20-24) Profit With ETFs by Gerald Gardner and Trent Gardner

Stocks & Commodities V. 26:6 (20-24) Profit With ETFs by Gerald Gardner and Trent Gardner
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Profit With ETFs by Gerald Gardner and Trent Gardner

Here’s a timing method you can use to trade exchange traded funds.

Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are ideal candidates with which to explore the timing of investments. More than 400 ETFs are tradable and represent various sectors of the US economy, specific country funds, and commodities. An advantage to ETFs is that they offer daily continuous pricing that mirrors the share price performance of the underlying security with flexibility in the timing of purchases or sales.

For this study we picked three funds to invest in from a universe of 100. A backtest of our model suggests that you can achieve a return of almost 18% and a low drawdown of 8%. Before examining the timing model, we will review some of the principles that drive the development of the timing paradigm.

Timing is a technique of tracking market movements to find patterns of prices so you can capitalize on market behavior and anomalies. The primary aim of the market timer is to focus on the volatility of price movements and identify trends in price series. Timing enhances returns and minimizes drawdown by making buy or sell decisions using these distortions of the market.

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