Market Guard™

The first step upon the path to success is equipping your life savings with Market Guard™. The chart below is a hypothetical example of how Market Guard utilizes a non-emotional, methodical, mathematical algorithm to signal when to sell, buy and hold the individual investments within the portfolio.

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Market Guard was created with one simple concept in mind, to empower clients with the highest probability of investment success, while helping to protect their life savings along the way. The first rule to making money is to not lose money. This is why the primary function of Market Guard is to track the investment positions on a daily basis, establish targeted stopping points, and signals when to exit the markets and move to cash.

This is easier said than done, as often times human emotions affect rational investment decisions, regardless of the level of experience.  At Jenkins Wealth™, we understand the challenges that face investors everyday, therefore we created Market Guard to help equip our clients with the necessary intelligence indicators to achieve the level of success they deserve.

Market Guard is a non-emotional, methodical, mathematical algorithm that utilizes a sophisticated set of intelligence indicators know as the Dynamic Wealth Indicator™.  This indicator consists of a custom blend of technical indicators that enable the following important investment decisions to be made without hesitation…

When to Sell – The Dynamic Wealth Indicator will asses the individual positions in the portfolio, and signal the opportune time to divest.  Based upon the indicator, it will communicate the quantity of shares to sell in effort to help protect from unnecessary losses and volatility.

When to Buy – The Dynamic Wealth Indicator will asses the individual positions in the portfolio, and signal the opportune time to invest. Based upon the indicator, it will communicate the quantity of shares to purchase.

When to Hold – The Dynamic Wealth Indicator will asses the individual positions in the portfolio, and signal the need to remain invested. Based upon the indicator, it will communicate the importance to hold the current number of shares purchased.

*The graph is ticker symbol SPY (S&P 500) from January 1st, 2006 through December 31st, 2009. The green line is the 200 SMA. This is for illustration purposes only and does not represent a specific portfolio or individual client. Data provided through etfreplay.com.

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