Founder of the Peak Velocity Strategy
In a few days, I’m going to share the four lines of patent-pending code that drive the Peak Velocity trading strategy.
This is the exact code I used to show a group of seven in-house beta testers how to find Peak Velocity trades that posted 1,191% in total winning gains in just the first two months of 2017.
Now, when I say Peak Velocity trades, it means I’m looking for investments that are going to rise faster and farther than any other stock in the market.
In short, investments that are getting ready to explode.
I wanted to take the principle of “buy high and sell higher” and supercharge it.
And that’s exactly what I’ve done with my Peak Velocity strategy.
I spent over 12 years researching the momentum anomaly, and I’ve been using a variation of this strategy to pad my own portfolio for just as long. But the four lines of patent-pending code that drive the Peak Velocity strategy is my greatest achievement to date.
I’m certain of this: I always do extensive historical analysis on every trading strategy I create.
And according to my research, the Peak Velocity strategy would have given you over 300 separate opportunities to collect gains of 100% or more in the last 10 years … all in 60 days or less.
That’s an average of 30 trades a year that make 100% … or, roughly, 3,000% gains.
Here’s just a small sampling based on our extensive historical analysis…
- There was a 394% gain in 34 days on Amazon…
- A 159% gain in 28 days on Allergan…
- A 245% gain in 24 days on Priceline…
- An 86% gain in 25 days on Apple…
- A 141% gain in 36 days on Morgan Stanley…
- A 391% gain in 28 day on Celgene…
- A 161% gain in 20 days on Target…
- And a 530% gain in just 8 short days on Visa!
That last trade in Visa could have handed you $26,500 in profits on a $5,000 investment.
But these gains are not the most exciting part.
Because I never just look at individual trades.
Remember, I coded nuclear missile trajectories for the U.S. Air Force. All my guidance systems needed to be effective, reliable and accurate.
And I demand the same from every trading system I design.
Which is why I tested my code against multiple fail-proof formulas in finance.
One of them is called…
Most traders overlook the Z-score…
But it’s the single best way to determine the effectiveness, reliability and accuracy of any system you’re trying to analyze.
For example, pharmaceutical companies use the Z-score to determine the effectiveness of a new drug during a clinical trial.
So, say you have a new drug that treats high blood pressure. The pharmaceutical company will get a group of test subjects and give half of them the drug and half a placebo or sugar pill.
At the end of the trial, they will put all the data into a computer program and use the Z-score to determine if the drug really helps lower blood pressure. In this environment, where a false result could be the difference between life and death, they require a Z-score of 3. That means there’s a 95% probability the drug is truly working as advertised.
Well, we did the same analysis with my Peak Velocity strategy, and it came back with a Z-score of 7.9! That means there is a 99.999999999744% probability that this strategy is correctly identifying Peak Velocity trades.
In other words, we can be practically certain that we’re only buying stocks that are starting an explosive move to the upside.
But the Z-score is just one test…
I tested this strategy against another important formula in finance…
The Sharpe Ratio
The Sharpe ratio measures the risk vs. reward ratio of an investing strategy.
I use it to see if the upside potential of the strategy is worth the additional risk you have to take on to actively use it.
Now, the benchmark number in the industry is 0.39 … that’s the Sharpe ratio of investing in an S&P 500 index fund.
From 1976 to 2011, Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway had a Sharpe ratio of 0.74. That’s one of the best in the world. That means that Buffett can earn you a dollar of profit for half the risk of investing in an index fund.
A truly remarkable feat.
But get this — the Peak Velocity strategy came back with an annualized Sharpe ratio of 1.45.
That’s nearly two times better than Buffett and four times better than the S&P.
My point is, even though this strategy gives you the chance to make big profits really fast … there’s no reason for you to worry about taking on huge amounts of risk.
Now, don’t get me wrong. There is no foolproof strategy for making money in the markets. My Peak Velocity strategy is no exception — past performance doesn’t guarantee future results.
However, between the Z-score and the Sharpe ratio, my Peak Velocity strategy gets an A+.
That’s why I was confident enough to put this strategy into beta testing at the beginning of this year. I was 99.99% confident that our strategy was a good one, and it certainly paid off for our in-house beta testers.
In just two short months, they were able to rack up a string of successful winners like:
51% on Allstate…
92% on Anthem…
105% on Fastenal…
109% on LyondellBasell…
147% on Lennar…
And 465% on Hasbro.
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I’ve never seen anything so foolproof … in all my years of training professional traders, in all the studies I’ve done and in all my personal trading.
Mark Your Calendar!
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for March 21 at 1 p.m. Eastern time.
Set aside a good hour. Remove all distractions. Have a pencil and paper ready.
Because, for the first time ever, I’m revealing the secret behind my Peak Velocity strategy … my patent-pending code … to making incredible gains.
And I think you can use it to make profits of $714,000 in just the next 12 months.
All you have to do is go to www.peakvelocitywebinar.com a few minutes before 1 p.m. Eastern time, and my presentation will automatically start!
And remember, you can always go to the site at any time to read any of our past articles…
Tomorrow, I will be showing you an example of how a guy used a similar strategy as mine to make gains of $200 million!
Michael J. Carr, CMT
Founder of the Peak Velocity Strategy