GO RESEARCH --->     | This Decades' Best Strategies | The Power of Value | Does Size Count? |
                               | Designer Strategy for the JSE | Anatomy of a Crash | History of JSE Bears|
                               | Freshly Ground Fundamentals | Time & Taxes | Sell in May & Go Away
                               | Probabilities of winning on JSE| JSE RiskCurves | Investing Best Practices |
                               | The importance of understanding Stock Market Cycles |
                               | Relationship between the ALSH Index P/E ratio and expected returns |
                               | How to know when Bonds or Equities give better returns |
                               | Correlation between other stock markets and the JSE |
                               | Doubling your market timing returns using SATRIX-RESI |
                               | Recession dating & forecasting models for SA and USA |
                               | Free>> "Managing 2014 Investment Risk on the JSE" e-Book.  |
                               | Free>> "Managing 2014 Trading Risk on the JSE" e-Book.  |

GO  BREADTH ---> | Profiting from Advance/Decline Ratios |
                               | The McClellan Oscillator and Summation Index |
                               | Up/Down Volume & Lowry's 90% Days | Buy Demand & Selling Pressure |
                               | The PowerStocks TroughFinder - picks stock market lows |

                               | The PowerStocks STORMWATCHER - measures intensity of crashes |
                               | *NEW*The Four-Seasons Market Health Breadth Indicator |

GO BACKTESTS--->| 14yr Piotroski | 8yr Price/Book | 8yr Price/Earnings 8yr Magic Formula |
Piotroski 2003 Crash | Price/Book 2003 Crash | PE 2003 Crash |
                               |10yr PowerShares
20yr JSE Seasonality |
                               | Trendex/Coppock Curve 31 year backtest |
                               | Advance/Decline Ratio 10 year backtests |
PowerStocks SUPERModel 31 year backtests |

| PowerStocks TroughFinder 12 year major signal archives |
                               | 12-year Lowry's 90/80% Days Occurrences Archive |
                              | Archives of 31-years of PowerStocks Timing Signals |
                               | The McClellan Summation Index : History of divergences on JSE |
                               | The McClellan Historical Chart Archives

At PowerStocks we research, back-test, screen and track YTD live performance of various famous mechanical stock-picking strategies, for use on the JSE. Strategies are categorised into Value, Growth, Momentum and Growth-at-a-reasonable-price (GARP). Since we are in a Bear market we will be launching our research with Value strategies first, to enable the public to capitalise on market conditions.

GO RESEARCH : We have just completed research and published what we deem to be this decades best stock picking strategies based on the last 12 years of data on the US markets. These strategies, which can easily be executed by the man in the street following our Strategy Blogs, have consistently returned up to 24% compound growth per year in the US. This means, with our local inflation and JSE versus US markets differentials, that such strategies should deliver double that on local markets.  Our two best performing live strategies which have been running since last November are currently in excess of 98% CAGR run rate. Go the the Performance Dashboard to see which strategy we have back-tested on the JSE so far performed the best, and which live model portfolio is performing the best.

GO BACKTESTS : Premium research unique to South Africa. We back-test several famous and topical strategies for effectiveness on the JSE, using detailed JSE market data going back to 1978, covering five main recessions. We then do comprehensive analysis on the effectiveness of the strategy, including average growth rates, standard deviation, risk adjusted return (Sharpe ratio), base rates, indices out-performance rates, positive rates, negative rates and our famous "R1.00 becomes..." total return analysis. Our trough-to-peak 2003 Crash Backtests, examine how strategies performed from the trough of the 2003 crash to the peak of the last bull on 22 May 2008.

WHERE TO NOW : If you have not done so already, we suggest you read the DIY Investing section available from the HOW-TO top menu bar. Then we suggest you go to THE POWER OF VALUE research paper for an introduction to value investing performance on worldwide markets. Then GO STRATEGIES to learn about the various strategies. Then GO BACKTESTS to familiarise yourself with their operation and effectiveness in the past. Then GO BLOGS to see what is happening in the present and what shares currently qualify for what strategies.

NEWSLETTER : To receive our monthly newsletter on new and groundbreaking research and JSE strategies, email subs@powerstocks.co.za with "NEWSLETTER" in the subject. You will also receive our bi-annual Strategy Performance Report that discusses the 6-month performance of our best investing strategies and model portfolios.

FAIS DISCLAIMER: Note that we are a research house and not registered brokers or financial advisors. The information contained in our correspondence, programs and publications does not take into account the investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs of any particular person and is not to be construed as personalized investment advice in terms of the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services (FAIS) Act of 2002. Although we may answer general customer service questions, we are not licensed under securities laws to address your particular investment situation. Any investments or trades mentioned in our publications should be made only after consulting with your investment advisor or intermediary service and only after reviewing the prospectus and financial statements of the companies concerned. Please read our Terms and Conditions and Disclaimers. We may have substantial positions in the securities shown in our programs or discussed in our publications and may increase or decrease such positions without notice. Buying and selling of shares on the JSE can be risky and you could lose all or part of your capital. Do not trade or invest with funds you can not afford to lose. Profits from share dealing are a form of income and subject to taxation.


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