What is the value proposition?
The fuel gauges have correctly forecasted market performance. When there is a lot of stock fuel, stock or bond markets have gone up more reliably. Fuel Gauges are the technical indicator you have been searching for.
- Add discipline to your trading by buying only when there is real upside
- Control your downside by switching to bonds when stocks have no energy
- Identify key turning points in the market
Who should follow the gauges?
All portfolio managers and high net worth investors who actively manage money or trade either stocks or bonds. We don’t pick individual stocks; We worry about the big problem: What is the direction of the overall market?
Who We Are
Chris Evans has over thirty years experience managing global capital markets assets. He has worked at various hedge funds and managed both taxable and non-taxable portfolios. He is a CFA and has an economics degree from Cornell University.
He currently advises various funds and is devoted to using algorithms to purge superstition and selective memory bias.
He has no opinions about markets other than those garnered from proven quantitative analyses.
Years of Experience
Assets Managed by advisory Clients (bn/day)
Trade Volume of Key Instruments (bn/day)
Countries that receive Paratrade’s Gauges
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