Bear Trader Outperforms S&P 500 for June 2020
Defensive investor’s best friend, our Bear Trader, out-performed the S&P 500 for June 2020 even though the algorithm spent 63% of the month’s days on the sidelines.
Bear Trader, out-performed the S&P 500 for June 2020 even though the algorithm spent 63% of the month's days on the sidelines. Bear Trader's alerts to trade the tripled leveraged index ETFs; symbols SDOW, SQQQ and SPXL for June produced a net gain of 5.6%. Alerts for unleveraged index ETFs; symbols PSQ, DOG and SPY produced a net gain of 1.87%. For June the S&P 500 produced a gain of 1.83%.
Bear Trader is every defensive investor's best friend. It enables an investor to sit in crash and to primarily profit from Bear Trader's alerts to trade inverse or short ETFs. Four of the Bear Trader's five alerts for June in the table below were to trade inverse or short ETFs.
To best mitigate risk and to preserve capital Bear Trader keeps its number of overnight stays in the market per month to as low as possible. Since the Bear Trader is in 100% cash for a majority of the time it's the ideal investment vehicle for a non-professional trader and also for retirement accounts. For more about the Bear Trader and the SCPA go to https://beartrader.com/about-bear-trader/.
The Bear Trader's parent, Bull & Bear Tracker which is in the market 24/7 and 365 days per year also outperformed the S&P 500. The long and short trend trading algorithm which is exclusively available through a registered investment advisor generated a return of 12.4% from trading the S&P 500's SPY and SH index ETFs. For the 12 months ended June 30, 2020, the Bull & Bear Tracker's gains were 99%.
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