Alpha Investment Newsletter – Performance Summary June 2017

New York, June 15, 2017 — The Alpha Investment Newsletter has been asking investors to stay long above 2000 level on the S&P500 index and investor following the newsletter have gained 20% in the last 6 months. The current upside target of the S&P500 index is 2500, and it is intact even after the latest US Fed policy meeting on June 14, 2017, which has raised interest rates by 25 bps, along with a plan to reduce the balance sheet size of the US Fed.

Performance Summary:
The newsletter has a model portfolio comprising Index ETFs of S&P500, Nasdaq, Nifty, Hang Seng, S&P Euro350 index. Our top picks are S&P500 ETF (SPY) and Nasdaq ETF (QQQ) with 60% weight in the portfolio. All other index ETFs together have 40% weight.

The newsletter has generated over 200% return in the last 5 years with just 5-6 trades per year. Some traders also use our buy/sell signals on the S&P500 index to trade the leveraged S&P500 index ETF (SPXL), and the returns from trading SPXL ETF have been over 440% in the last 5 years. So the newsletter is useful for investors of all backgrounds, and can be used to increase the gains in your portfolio.

About: The Alpha Investment Newsletter was started this newsletter in 2009 to help investors in our alumni network, urging them to buy index ETFs at beaten down prices after the market crash. The newsletter has been regularly published have since 2010. Over the last 8 years, the newsletter has reached many investors worldwide, and helped them in getting more gains with lower risk. The primary goal of this newsletter is to help investors stay invested in the market as long as uptrend is intact, and advise investors to exit when downturn is visible. Our website has many useful inputs to help you make better investments. To learn more, please visit:

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Ryan Weber
New York 10017

Market News – 13Oct2015

  • Goldman Sachs will tweet and post earnings news itself, bypassing business wire services
  • London Stock Exchange to sell Russell Investments to TA Associates for US $1.15 bn
  • Visa to launch threat intelligence portal in partnership with FireEye
  • Saxo Payments looks to serve ecommerce growth with global payments infrastructure
  • A Symphony partner aims to enhance workflow with personalized, relevant data

Regarding Goldman Sachs news, the switch to direct news release will give Goldman Sachs more control over dissemination of its data. The firm had reportedly considered making this type of change for a while, and the increasing use of Twitter for data dissemination helped speed the decision, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) started allowing companies to use social media to disclose material corporate information 2 years ago in 2013 and a growing number of other firms have followed suit, including Twitter itself.

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