Stocks – We filter through the Universe of high volume stocks for the very Strongest Stocks based on Relative Strength.
Relative Strength can indicate how Stocks have fared over the past year relative to the other funds. It’s a simple 0-100 ranking that makes comparisons a snap. It is a percentile ranking of the price performance relative to other securities and relative to the broad U.S. market performance.
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Do You Want a System That Gives You the EDGE to Beat the Markets?
Are You Able to Keep Up With the Flow of Money Into & Out of Sectors? You need Technology & Filtering to give you the EDGE to win!
Our Method to Beat the Markets: Only own the STRONGEST Investments.
How? Follow these 3 Rules:
1. Only Invest Above the Green Line. (250 day avg.)
2. Only Invest Above 90 Relative Strength Factor (Top 10% of All Investments).
3. The Money Wave should be < 20 and turning up (Buy in Green Zone, Sell in Red Zone).
KEEP IT SIMPLE: We will email or text you when to Buy Investments from our Stock, ETF and Commodity pages. Buy when they are coming out of the Green Zone, and take profits in the Red Zone. Split your account into 3-8 positions with Sell Stop Losses. Your Daily email, text or Twitter account @AboveGreenLine will have Entry Points and Sell Stop losses, or follow on our Positions Page.
REMEMBER: All Investments eventually RETURN to their Green Line. (Above or Below the Green Line, is temporary human emotion.)
For a sample of our communication, please see our commentary or prior months archives. You can also follow us on Stocktwits as well. We will post ideas there regularly as well.
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Disclaimer: The information provided herein is not to be construed as an offer to buy or sell Investments of any kind. The Investment selections on this website are not to be considered a recommendation to buy or sell any Investment but as is a mere form of expression of the writer. All information offered by Above the Green Line is for educational purposes only. Readers are urged to check with their own investment counselor before making any investment decisions.