The LEAP* Indicator signalled new entries on GOOGL, NVDA and AAPL on February 15th last week, and Iain received an immediate alert notification on his phone.
All three stocks were bought at market the following day, according to the simple SPA3 Investor rules.
Iain allocates 35% of his capital to a higher risk Satellite allocation and now has all 5 of its positions filled with the addition of GOOGL, NVDA and AAPL.
CMCA (Comcast) and RTN (Raytheon) are existing open positions with RTN currently up 18.61% since its entry signal on November 17th last year.
This represents $3073.50 of real-money profit being added to Iain’s Real-Life Investment Portfolio.
Iain uses IJH as the single Core allocation in his Core Satellite Portfolio, which is allocated 65% of his total investment funds.
He is waiting patiently for the next LEAP indicator entry on IJH to once again be fully invested across both Portfolios, according to the SPA3 Investor Process
Iain’s real-money portfolio continues to outperform the S&P500 Total Return index.
That’s the simplicity of using the LEAP Indicator to manage your Investment portfolio.
If you’d like to learn how the SPA3 Investor Process actually works on either the U.S. or ASX markets and the great results it continues to achieve, please watch this recent webinar.
And it all takes less than 15 minutes a week.
* LEAP = Low Effort Adaptive Precision
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