This real time portfolio has proven it can deliver

Proffe’s Trend Portfolio is the tool that will start you on your own road to investing success.
Michael’s Proffe’s Trend Strategy turned $30,000 into $80,000 in just 6 years. That means a growth of your money of nearly 17% per year.

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An actual portfolio means his returns have been tracked with real money behind them. This isn’t a theoretical portfolio where someone never puts any skin in the game but just operates it for subscribers’ entertainment. This is the real deal.

This is a German-engineered, real time portfolio for investors looking for an easy way to make their money work harder for them than they worked to earn it.

This is how Proffe’s Trend portfolio out performs the Nasdaq and S&P500!

 

What to Expect

Mid-week every week, Michael sends you his view of the current market and highlights his Proffe’s Trend Portfolio stocks (including open positions), along with buys and sells. He will also update his options positions. These are simple, cautious options trades (no naked puts or calls here, or wildly complicated spreads) to help leverage your gains and hedge your risk.

And if anything unusual arises that Michael’s thinks merits an alert, he will send you an email regardless.

How It Works

The Trend Portfolio is elegantly simple.

Michael, using his Trendsetter Strategy, picks the top 12 stocks for the portfolio. The portfolio is very stable. That means you won’t be chained to your trading program or the markets. The fact is, we will let you know every week if a stock has fallen out of the 12, as well as what will replace it.

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The same system holds true for the Options Portfolio. Michael picks 12 options and maintains those positions. These aren’t typical swing-for-the-fences trades or complex strategies. His options are designed to follow stable trends long term. Again every week we’ll let you know if there are any changes.

But the fact is, Michael’s Trendsetter Strategy works so well, that you only hold a dozen stock positions, and a dozen options positions over a long time horizon. It’s about as set-and-forget as you can get.

Other investing gurus don’t use such a simple system for plenty of reasons, none of which are in your best interest.

The Trend Portfolio is designed to maximize your gains, while reducing risks without giving you scores of stock recommendations.

And it’s designed as a $30,000 portfolio, split 50/50 between the stocks and options positions. This is as much an option for someone just starting investing as well as the seasoned investor looking to diversify their asset strategies.

What to do next, how do I start?

Sign up for Proffe’s Trend Portfolio and start to familiarize yourself with the portfolio and learn more about the stocks by simple reading the weekly newsletter.

Than you will need to open an online stock & options trading account.

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You need to fund the account with capital and when that’s all in place you can buy the positions listed in Proffe’s Trend Portfolio. (PTP)

We split the capital in 2 main portions, 50% for stocks and 50% for Options.

Within each of these 2 groups we hold 12 positions (12 Stocks and 12 Options) and we divide the investing capital evenly to each of these available securities.

Just to give you an example if your investment capital will be $30,000, we divide that in $15,000 for stocks and $15,000 for options.
Each of the $15,000 would be divided into 12 equal portions of $1,250 and you would invest that amount for each security.

With Options you need to buy contracts of 100 options, this could mean that you need to balance your purchases accordingly more or less.

You can start with less capital, but the results vary accordingly and some positions might not be obtainable with limited funding.

It’s not rocket science and once you have set it up you can enjoy seeing this money go to work for you.

It’s easy to get started, easy to manage and easy to act.

DISCLAIMER: Past experiences are not guarantee for future returns on investments, as the stock market can be volatile.