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3 Comments on "NoLoad FundX"

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Cory
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Cory
Having subscribed to Noload Fund-X for about a year I find it to be a good resource, but not the only one I need. Fund-x uses pure technical analysis with a back-tested formula. The strategy is to switch from low performing funds to well performing funds. It has 4 levels of risk and “but”, “hold” and “sell” for each covered fund. What this will do is help you follow the market trends. This works quite well when things are reasonably consistent (which they are most of the time). In these turbulent times it has been less effective (but most strategies… Read more »
garlandman
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Cory’s posting of 09-03-10 explains the basics of the newsletter. For me, it’s been the “greatest thing since sliced bread”. Here’s some of what I share with others when I’m trying to convince them to try FundX. ************************* Why I like FundX 1) Great documented track record. 2) Track record is independently confirmed (Hulbert’s Financial Digest) 3) Track record is “real actual results”, not “hypothetical” or “back tested” results. With back tested results, the presenter can manipulate the situation by changing the portfolio being offerred to match up with past actual trends, so that the resulting backtested performance data always… Read more »
1adam1930
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I was a subscriber to NLFX from ’99 -’12. And think I did pretty well with it. But in that time there were two big losses . One was 2000 – 2003 where even their Class 3 (best recommended approach) lost 36 % (requires 56 % to get even) and in 2008 lost 40 % (requires 66 % to get even). the end result (by Hulbert) is that their stat % look like this for Class 3 vs Wishire 5000 and the SP500. YEAR/S Class 3 Wishire SP500 1 12.52 16.06 15.96 3 4.67 11.15 11.10 5 -3.16 2.03 1.25… Read more »
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