The stock market in the past 16 years has experienced “sinusoidal-style” dramatic ups and downs. The traditional index investing strategy had mostly resulted in significant loss or very little gain for investors.
Traditional stock picking strategies are often inaccurate and in most of cases result in a performance which is inferior to the S&P500 index.
As a combination of hundreds of stocks, the S&P500 index and Nasdaq100 index exhibit stochastic properties which are correlated to technical and fundamental parameters or their mathematical transforms. The stochastic properties do not exist in one single stock and cannot be used in any stock picking strategies.
Our advanced Accord Model studies the rational relationship and correlation between the stochastic properties of various indices and the technical/ fundamental parameters or their mathematical transforms, provides probabilities of stock market crashes/corrections and recoveries (Crash Index).
The Accord investing strategy adjusts the investment allocation to favor conservative securities, such as cash or cash equivalent, when our advanced Accord Model detects a high probability of market crash or major correction.
The Accord investing strategy adjusts the investment allocation to favor more growth index securities, such as the S&P500 index, Nasdaq100 index or their 3x variations, when our advanced Accord Model detects a high probability of market recovery.