All Star-A Performance 2.16.17


EOM Garden Growing Prep:   All-Star A Performance  2.16.17                                                          
Speculation leads you the wrong way. It allows you to put your emotions first, whereas investment gets emotions out of the picture.         John Bogle

Exactly, and one of the driving forces to develop my Simple Simon Buy/Sell System.                                                                                               DOE

Today I continue my “rubber meets the road” analysis for building gardens.
If having problems downloading the “ES Allocation Worksheet” (Members Vault), you may need to click on the “Enable Editing” button in your MS Office application to access the editable “Landscape” format. It should look the same as the PDF version.

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.

All funds are outperforming the SPX by a minimum of thirteen percent. Note the high and low performers and how each experience profit taking with a SPX pullback.

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.   

If you have questions, please send them to me at eyeonthemarket@outlook.com. 

Enjoy your week!

David O. England

Plan your work, work your plan, and share your harvest! 1 Timothy 2:1-2

This information is for Educational purposes only. It shall in no event be construed or interpreted as an offer or recommendation to buy or sell securities of any kind.

DAVID O. ENGLAND is the founder of the Eye on the Market-Training Academy and Associate Professor Emeritus of Finance. This column is presented for educational purposes only and not intended as financial advice.

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