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With Earl Adamy's Tactical Asset Allocation Strategies Subscription, each month you will be provided with a market summary and detailed instructions for your portfolio. In less than 15 minutes, you can manage your investments with a mechanical strategy and peace of mind.

EARL'S PRIORITIES

Earl's only priorities are to lower risk and improve returns.

Earl stays focused on results. His methods are mechanical; not discretionary or emotionally driven.

Earl seeks low-risk opportunities to improve returns under all market conditions.

YOUR COMMITMENTS

The TAAS strategies are intended to manage a substantial portion of a large portfolio or family office. You should be able to commit a minimum of $100,000 to TAAS strategies, even if starting with a smaller sum.

The TAAS strategies should not be your only portfolio investment.

The TAAS strategies are designed to manage risk and return across a Full Market Cycle.  Size your commitment to your comfort level but do not adjust or "cherry pick" the allocations.

Flexibility

The Subscription is designed for investors who know and understand their risk tolerance. It is specifically designed to lower risk and improve returns across all market conditions.

Frequency

The Subscription is designed for self-directed investors who want monthly guidance to decrease risk exposure and increase equity exposure as market conditions fluctuate.

Objectivity

The Subscription is for investors who want objective information. Earl does not have any third party, bank, investment firm, or broker relationships that skew his suggestions.

Tactical Asset Allocation Strategies, the investment subscription that actually works

There are many investment strategies out there, but most fall short in protecting capital and improving returns. Earl has conducted over 13,000 hours of research and back testing of tactical strategies. The low drawdowns and the high full-cycle returns speak for themselves. That's why Earl has been using TAA strategies to manage a substantial portion of his own family investments since 2014. 

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Our standard tables are constructed for one full market cycle beginning in October 2007. The fund baskets for our tactical strategies are constructed from Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) with just two exceptions, an Open End Fund and a Closed End Fund, both with long history. Fund sponsors did not begin the heavy rollout of Exchange Traded Funds until 2005 - 2006 so prior history is often unavailable.

We make extensive use of index funds and most of those have predecessor Open End Funds (OEFs) using the same index,. We use infill from Open End Funds to construct fund "similar" tables for two full market cycles beginning in 2000. In each case where we have used an Open End Fund for infill, we consider the indexing and/or subclass to be substantially similar to the ETF. Aside from providing insight into possible strategy performance during a second cycle, they also offer the advantage of completely out of sample data.

A Caveat

A 35+ year secular bull market in both equities and bonds began in 1982. The last cyclical bull market in equities (and to a lesser extent, bonds) began 10 years ago. Returns during these periods have been historically exceptional. Market returns for the next 10 years are highly unlikely to approach those of the past 10. In fact, there is at least some evidence that market returns have a high probability of being significantly lower and that bonds and equities (which have risen together) may actually begin working at cross purposes.

Investors should not use the statistics shown for our strategies to establish expectations of specific levels of returns or drawdowns. Investors should, however, appreciate that we believe the principles which underlie the Tactical Adaptive Global, Tactical Adaptive Income, and Tactical Adaptive Innovation Strategies are enduring enough to significantly outperform the market in the future, both in lowering risk and in improving returns.

Our standard tables are constructed for one full market cycle beginning in October 2007. The fund baskets for our tactical strategies are constructed from Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) with just two exceptions, an Open End Fund and a Closed End Fund, both with long history. Fund sponsors did not begin the heavy rollout of Exchange Traded Funds until 2005 - 2006 so prior history is often unavailable.

We make extensive use of index funds and most of those have predecessor Open End Funds (OEFs) using the same index,. We use infill from Open End Funds to construct fund "similar" tables for two full market cycles beginning in 2000. In each case where we have used an Open End Fund for infill, we consider the indexing and/or subclass to be substantially similar to the ETF. Aside from providing insight into possible strategy performance during a second cycle, they also offer the advantage of completely out of sample data.

A Caveat

A 35+ year secular bull market in both equities and bonds began in 1982. The last cyclical bull market in equities (and to a lesser extent, bonds) began 10 years ago. Returns during these periods have been historically exceptional. Market returns for the next 10 years are highly unlikely to approach those of the past 10. In fact, there is at least some evidence that market returns have a high probability of being significantly lower and that bonds and equities (which have risen together) may actually begin working at cross purposes.

Investors should not use the statistics shown for our strategies to establish expectations of specific levels of returns or drawdowns. Investors should, however, appreciate that we believe the principles which underlie the Tactical Adaptive Global, Tactical Adaptive Income, and Tactical Adaptive Innovation Strategies are enduring enough to significantly outperform the market in the future, both in lowering risk and in improving returns.

Our standard tables are constructed for one full market cycle beginning in October 2007. The fund baskets for our tactical strategies are constructed from Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) with just two exceptions, an Open End Fund and a Closed End Fund, both with long history. Fund sponsors did not begin the heavy rollout of Exchange Traded Funds until 2005 - 2006 so prior history is often unavailable.

The Innovation ETFs used in the Innovation Strategy were not established until 2014-2015 so our history is limited. There are no predecessor funds which are similar enough to use for infill.

A Caveat

A 35+ year secular bull market in both equities and bonds began in 1982. The last cyclical bull market in equities (and to a lesser extent, bonds) began 10 years ago. Returns during these periods have been historically exceptional. Market returns for the next 10 years are highly unlikely to approach those of the past 10. In fact, there is at least some evidence that market returns have a high probability of being significantly lower and that bonds and equities (which have risen together) may actually begin working at cross purposes.

Investors should not use the statistics shown for our strategies to establish expectations of specific levels of returns or drawdowns. Investors should, however, appreciate that we believe the principles which underlie the Tactical Adaptive Global, Tactical Adaptive Income, and Tactical Adaptive Innovation Strategies are enduring enough to significantly outperform the market in the future, both in lowering risk and in improving returns.