It seems VectorVest has already received several entries that beat the benchmark 6.74 Portfolio Score. Is one of them yours?
I would love it if a member of our VectorVest Canada community can capture one of the three grand prize awards:
1st Place – $5,000
2nd Place – $2,500
3rd Place – 1,250
Register Now for our Weekly Q&A. What’s your top Portfolio Score so far? What do you believe is working well? What’s not working? I would love to hear from you in advance by email or during our regular weekly SOTW Q&A Tuesday, March 15 at 12:30 p.m. ET. Friday’s SOTW Video was all about FAQ’s related to the WFI Challeng. On Tuesday, let’s share a few tips and ideas and run a few tests. Of course we’ll also study the markets in RealTime and see what stocks are driving the market higher or lower.
Here’s one important tip for you: Start your backtesting in WEEKLY mode. It’s under the Account Settings tab. It will make your initial testing go a lot faster. Once you have a good result you want to test out in daily mode, simply copy and change the Account Settings back to daily mode.
My Best Score So Far: While my score of 15.25 handily beat VectorVest’s Benchmark of 6.74, I’m not very happy with the Maximum Drawdown. The 38.41% drawdown came not surprisingly in 2008, but that would have been hard to take. Still some work to be done!
Register Now for our next Canada Online Forum. I am pleased to announce that technical analyst, author and trader Dr. Barbara Star will be our special guest presenter. Note: For this special occasion, VectorVest is opening registration internationally, so please register early. Space is limited.
We invite you to come and learn from Dr. Star about charting techniques and strategies needed to trade with confidence in today’s up-and-down market conditions. Space is limited. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Presented by Stan Heller, Consultant, VectorVest Canada
DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this Blog is for education and information purposes only. Example trades must not be considered as recommendations. You should always do your own analysis and invest based on your own risk tolerance, investment style, goals and time horizon. There are risks involved in investing and only you know your financial situation, risk tolerance, financial goals and time horizon.