EOM Garden Growing Prep: All-Star A Performance 2.16.17
Exactly, and one of the driving forces to develop my Simple Simon Buy/Sell System. DOE
A question from an EOM Member…
“I have to check out the profiles to choose some across multiple sectors to diversify. If a sector isn’t listed then I’m all thrown through a loop again. It just all takes sooo much time and I feel like I’m spinning my wheels.”
A-Follow each step of this series. My goal: build two training gardens to help simplify the process. The design of the Asset Allocation Worksheet helps to expedite the decision-making process.
When we near the end of this series, I plan to offer an “in-person” seminar to further explain the procedure and answer all question. With EOM Members located from Seattle to Florida, I am working to offer it online with only a few day delay. The location-seminar details will be finalized soon.
Where do we go from here? The first step is to get all potential players (funds) on the table. Today I highlight the All-Star A List file B A1 and Friday I wrap up this phase with All-Star List B-file B A2. Next week, we will break out the worksheet and get busy building our wish list.
Time to get busy….
This chart shows the performance of the top five All-Star A funds since the last sizable pullback in February of 2016. Why five? This is the maximum number for performance charts with a S/C Excel subscription.
In this chart, we analyze the performance in 2017. Are the previous high/low performers the same? This answer is no.
Tomorrow, I continue to explain the “Garden Growing” process, with my All-Star B List file B A2. Go to the “Members Vault” and download your copy of the “Asset Allocation Worksheet” to be prepared.
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