AlphaTack

Develops strategies to enable self-directed and professional investors to increase investment:

  • alpha (performance)
  • beta (risk reduction) 

AlphaTack’s strategies incorporate affiliate BullsNBears.com’s suite of algorithm powered investing and trading products which are applicable to the following risk/reward investing categories and investor profiles:

AlphaTack risk/reward categories Investor profiles
Conservative Above average return/below average risk
Aggressive High risk/high reward (300% leverage)
Bear Extremely defensive
Wealth Building Long term gains

“Recession and secular bear market investing” video (26:21) below covers:

  • 4th secular bear market since 1929 which began in 2020
  • 5 proven secular bear investing strategies
  • Bulls N Bears’ algorithms and products they power

“BBT Algorithm” video (9:20) below covers :

 

  • Track Record of BBT algorithm vs. S&P 500 for 12 months ended 8/31/2020
  • Performance statistics including drawdowns, etc., for BBT vs. S&P 500 from 12/31/17 to 8/31/2020
  • Performance of the three ETF trading subscription products powered by the BBT algorithm

“BullsNBears Startups” video (3:58) below covers :

 

  • New US JOBS Act has created the ability for investors to build portfolios of startups
  • Digital disruptors and First movers can produce gains of 1,000% to 10,000% potential within 5 years
  • Emergence of first every secondary market for private startups
  • Affiliated startups communities: Dynasty Wealth and Trophy Investing

The 4:07 video below is about Michael Markowski, a 43 years experienced Wall Street veteran and algorithm developer who founded AlphaTack and Bulls N Bears to provide the educational information and products which are applicable for investing in secular bear markets and recessions. 

The chart below depicts that BBT produced a gain of 204.4% vs. the S&P 500’s 36.6% for the three years ended December 31, 2020. Most importantly, BBT produced gains for the S&P 500’s two worst decline quarters. The BBT gained 34.5% for Q4-2018 and 56.1% for Q1-2020 versus the S&P 500’s losses of -14.3% and -21.1% respectively.

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