Build portfolios that beat robo performance!
In this webinar, Marc Chaikin, creator of Chaikin Money Flow, will demonstrate how to use stocks and ETFs to construct strong client portfolios.
You’ll also discover the new technologies and tools for smarter ETF investing—and how to help your clients better understand the market and their portfolios. Find out why one wealth manager shared with Marc that his client was impressed enough to invest an additional $500,000.
PLUS, HE’LL ALSO SHOW YOU:
• How to avoid over-hyped stocks and other landmines that can destroy portfolios
• How to anticipate whether a stock is likely to beat or miss earnings estimates
• The indicators that predict a stock’s “personality change” ahead of big price movements
About Marc Chaikin
After 40 years on Wall Street as a trader, stock broker analyst and options trader, Marc founded Chaikin Analytics LLC to deliver proven stock analytics to investors and traders, based on the Chaikin Power Gauge, a 20-factor alpha model proven effective at identifying a stock’s potential. Chaikin pioneered the 1st real-time analytics workstation for portfolio managers and stock traders, now part of Thomson Reuters’ institutional workstation, and developed computerized stock selection models and technical indicators, including Chaikin Money Flow, which are industry standards.
Most recently, Chaikin Investments has collaborated with Nasdaq and IndexIQ to bring the Chaikin Power Gauge stock rating approach to the ETF marketplace for the first time. The Nasdaq Chaikin Indexes, powered by the Power Gauge Rating, have outperformed their benchmarks since their inception in April 2014.
In addition, Brightside, a multi-family office for high net-worth clients, recently engaged Chaikin Investments to create a Swiss Certificate using the Chaikin Power Gauge rating system. The Chaikin Market Neutral fund uses a blended investment approach fully hedged with S&P 500 Index futures to create a market neutral hedge fund. Get ready to uncover unexpected potential across asset classes for the remainder of 2017.