Dynamic Indexing:TM How Index Rx Chooses ETFs
Index Rx uses a proprietary asset
rotation model called Dynamic Indexing to select the exchange traded funds
(ETFs) that comprise its four portfolios. Dynamic Indexing incorporates a
variety of technical indicators, including trend performance, sector ratings,
historical rankings, and moving averages. Dynamic Indexing places us in
top-performing sectors and in the best funds within those sectors.
A Sound Investment Strategy
Dr. Larry Czelusta spent more than fifteen years developing the Dynamic Indexing
model, with the goal of beating the total stock market with less risk than
buy-and-hold. The Dynamic Indexing asset rotation model is based upon
revolutionary economic ideas--rational
belief theory, the theory of Nash
equilibria, pattern spotting, and theories of predictable investor
sentiment. These ideas are gaining acceptance among investors, but Index Rx
is one of the few advisors with an established long-term track record.
How Dynamic Indexing Works
Each portfolio applies the same mechanical system (Dynamic Indexing) to a separate universe of ETFs, where these universes are established based on the risk characteristics of the ETFs they contain. Funds with higher relative strength rise to the top, while specific technical triggers and trading rules prevent whipsaw and frequent trading.
Why Dynamic Indexing Works
Markets do not move in straight lines. Yet the stock market does exhibit
repeated periods of sector leadership. The goal of Dynamic Indexing is to place
our subscribers squarely in the path of these leading sectors.
This system works because it identifies repeated patterns of investor sentiment
that are reflected in data. Dr. Czelusta's careful research has pinpointed these
patterns. Dynamic Indexing has been rigorously tested and applied in real-life
trading. Dynamic Indexing gives Index Rx subscribers a completely mechanical,
emotion-free way to beat the market.
Dynamic Indexing has been working in real-life trading since 1994, and for our
subscribers since the inception of Index Rx in 1999. This model is the
reason that Index Rx ranks consistently among the best performing investment newsletters in the country, according to Hulbert
Financial Digest and others.
To put Dynamic Indexing to work with your investments,