This year has been very challenging for both individuals and many investment professionals, so to see our most aggressive model ahead of the market by 15% without employing leverage is very satisfying.
Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) July 4, 2008
Steady Climbing LLC today unveiled SteadyClimbing.com, a competitive Market Timing subscription service providing end-of-day timing signals to individuals and financial Advisors seeking active investing guidance.
"Every investment strategy has a market timing component, even buy-and-hold." said Randy Lenke, manager for Steady Climbing LLC. "While matching market performance using unleveraged funds in bull markets seems dull, developing an active investing system that adjusts to protect investments during market downturns or periods of extreme volatility is exciting! When an investor sees a system reliably adjusting to market conditions over time, they find inverse and leveraged positions much more appealing."
Considering the current market environment, Lenke commented: "We are in one of those investing cycles that cause people to reevaluate their current investment strategy. With most market sectors showing deteriorating performance, the wisdom of diversifying across strategies rather than only diversifying across assets becomes apparent."
"This year has been very challenging for both individuals and many investment professionals, so to see our most aggressive model ahead of the market by 15% without employing leverage is very satisfying." Lenke continued, "We expect our continued performance, on-average and over time, to be stable and highly competitive against other market timing systems."
Steady Climbing provides four market timing models, each producing approximately 25 signals per year. The long-short or long-short-cash timing signals are designed for those looking for gain in both bull and bear market environments. The long-only signals should appeal to those uncomfortable with shorting or those only seeking capital preservation when markets turn.
These stock market timing signals are most commonly used with index funds or specialty funds commonly referred to as leveraged funds, double beta funds, high beta funds, negatively correlated funds, bear market funds, or inverse funds. The signals can also be adapted for used with 401k investment strategies, HSA investment strategies, or IRA investment strategies.
For more information, contact Steady Climbing LLC, (888) 458-9588.
Or visit: http://www.steadyclimbing.com