How This Week’s Top 10 Performed, February 10, 2017

Each week I post the performance of the stocks that were given to subscribers the previous Sunday. All performance is measured against the plan given to subscribers.

All 10 trades triggered again this week, with 7 remaining active at the close Friday, AK Steel, Chart Industries, Post, American Express, DexCom, F5 and McDonald’s. 1 trade that triggered long was stopped out for a loss, while 2 were stopped break even. An equal weight portfolio crushed all 3 indexes this week. There are no triggers or stops or targets measured in the index ETF performance. Here is this week’s rundown:

The Premium Service does not advocate a equal weight allocation, but uses it as one way to measure performance. Equal Weighted Investment Yield assumes a buy at 1/10 portfolio size for each stock that triggers and accounts for stop loss triggers in the trade plan presented to subscribers (i.e. your performance would be better). Short position performance is calculated opposite of security movement. If the security is labeled no trigger than our trade plan would not have executed a trade (i.e. you would have had no position).

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