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Consistency: As of January 2019, in 95.77% of all calendar years since inception our Premium Strategies have been profitable. That means that historically, there has only been a 4.2% chance that you would lose money in any calendar year – a total of 68 winning years, collectively. Moreover, at -3.6%, the average loss during those few years was only a tiny fraction of the 5,000% collective gains.
Performance: Since inception, our strategies have produced an annual return that is 5.2-times (520%) more than their benchmark/S&P 500, and the average yearly maximum drawdown across all models is just -11.45%. The combination of high returns and low drawdowns results in exceptionally high Risk-Adjusted Returns – with an average Sortino ratio across all strategies of a phenomenal 2.01.
That means you make more money, more consistently, and with very little time spent making up for the pernicious losses that most investors face. That's a recipe for a world-class investment approach that allows you to achieve your financial goals – much sooner and perhaps at levels far beyond anything you dreamed possible!
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