Know the Cycle on Top of Your Portfolio

By: readtheticker | Tue, Jun 28, 2011
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Knowing the major cycles that are dominant with your portfolio helps you manage your asset allocation, portfolio managers should track price action to cycle performance along with fundamentals, the following chart explains why.

The SPDR Technology sector has for the last 5 years has been controlled by a dominant weekly cycle between 42 and 45 weeks. Cycles like this are a hedge fund dream, massive gains are made playing the cycle. Once the cycle is known and market timed, managers can picking the highest ranked alpha stocks to send one's portfolio returns to the sky.

We at readtheticker.com have made Hurst cycle theory available to all. A bit of hard work, study and time in the game will allow you to be a your own hedge fund manager.

XLK 45 Weekly Cycle

 


 

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