Best ETF Newsletter – ETF Trading Signals

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Best ETF Newsletter - ETF Trading SignalsIf you’ve been investing in stocks for a period of time, you’re probably subscribed to several newsletters, maybe some membership sites… And you may have tried some of the automated software that GUARANTEES to make you rich… And chances are you were a little disappointed.

And of course there’s the stock market guru’s (Does Jim Cramer ring a bell?). These guys obviously know what they’re talking about… Oh, wait a second, I just checked on some “guru” recommendations….

Funny how they didn’t mention anything about the markets almost becoming completely wiped out over the last year… But I can’t blame them because…

Don’t get me wrong, I subscribe to a few “insider” newsletters, and even though they cost me an arm and a leg some of these guys (Guys that I can count on one hand) have proven to be profitable over the years…. But even these guys didn’t see this massive crash coming…

Back in 2000-2003, I probably set a record for picking losing stocks… I’d go for high risk short term gains, and I nearly lost everything.

I was desperate to get my money back, I just had no idea how to do it. I tried some new trading systems, but nothing seemed to bring the results that I was looking for.

I was in panic mode… Banging my head against the wall wondering how I was going to get my retirement back on track… Pay for my kids college… And if things got much worse I was even worried about losing my house and putting food on the table… It was a very scary time.

I didn’t know where to turn… So I called up a good friend of mine who is a FANTASTIC computer programmer… But…

We got to talking about the computerized trading systems on the market, and I wanted to hear his thoughts on how accurate they where, if they could be improved, and if it’s possible to create something that can consistently out perform the market over long periods of time.

I wanted a “magic solution” to help me rebuild my portfolio… I didn’t think he could do it…

And neither did he… “Dave, if it could be done, it already would have…” I managed to convince him to at least take a look…

I wasn’t sure if Aurel could help me, but he’s great at talking me through my problems… quite frankly, he’s a pretty smart guy… After hearing this story I think you’ll agree with me… Here’s why.

Aurel is a programmer, and a fantastic one at that. He dabbles in the market, but he’s not a full time trader and focuses primarily on low risk, long term investments.

By contrast, I like to diversify my portfolio, but focus on short term growth and quick profits… (Don’t worry, this isn’t about risky short term growth.)

So, I contracted Aurel out to see if he thought he could improve on any of the computerized trading systems on the market… And what he found was nothing short of revolutionary.

My portfolio was made up of hot stocks and speculative trades… Aurel couldn’t help me… At least not with the majority of my portfolio… Read more…

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