35-year professional trading veteran provides weekly insights to key market drivers as well as time-tested models to help keep subscribers on the right side of the market's major trends. The service focuses on risk-managed exposure to markets.
Excellent, just what I was looking for.
So far strait up.
I've been a member for 2 full years, made 46% the first year (after a slow start), and just completed my 2nd year with a 68% return. I use both UPRO and TQQQ's. I also love the fact that the daily updates help keep me in tune with the market. Keep up the good work gentlemen!
Get your left and right heads together. I get the Daily Decision. In the e-mail it refers me to the resource page. No place sign in as a subscriber -- need to create an account. And then, having supposedly created a new account I'm asked for a review. And can't proceed until I've reviewed the product I just signed up for!
Drew was on top of things and promptly helpped meto reset login password. and access my account . Great job!! Very much appreciated his help
I am being wipsawed to death. Feel like I am buying high, selling low. In reality, the market is only trending in 1/3 of the time. The key to keeping my money is not to buy-high/sell-low when the market is not trending.
seems to have lost its way...hasn't made any money in a while. seems to have lost its way...hasn't made any money in a while. seems to have lost its way...hasn't made any money in a while.
I cannot deal with all the complexities introduced since marketfly. It sucks,,,,,,,, figure out a way to make the clients life easy, not yours
Less information than previous iteration. Activity feed is easier to follow. System is volatile in times of rapid market changes.
The S&P comparison does not show in the portfolio value chart. Is there a table to display cumulative results compared to S&P?
I like the Daily Decision because it uses good practical methods in simplicity. I would like to see a method of not reacting too quickly but using a longer view to make a trade. The recent action has produced mostly sells when the market is down and buys when the market is up. The present method does not gain well when the market has fits and starts as is projected for 2014.
in general I think that the Daily Decision does an excellent job - simple to use and follow - and I like the returns I have made to date utilizing such an easy system Brian
Great, made some money. Missed out on the last move because of inconsistent and confusing message. I have a monthly subscription but upgrading to yearly in near future.
Have lost the emails that I was receiving on a daily basis. Other than that it has been a good service.
Double sign-in is sort of a pain -- once to get into the Daily Decision from e-mail, the other to get back to it after looking at the strategy explnanation (which is a bit incomplete in explaining the leverage/exposure variables). Much of what is on the whole State of the Markets sited is terribly dated, too. Why keep it? Finally, it is harder than it should be to get to the most current news, etc.