2017 ETF Timing Returns through 6/13/17; Basic Strategy +2.44%, Enhanced and Bull/Bear Strategies +3.63%

Disclaimer

ETF Timing is owned by TSP Timing.  ETF Timing is not associated in any way with the U.S. Federal government, nor with its Thrift Savings Plan.

Past performance of the ETF Timing strategies does not guarantee future returns.

The information published on this website is not intended to provide personal investment advice and it does not take into account the specific investment objectives, financial situation and the particular needs of any specific person. Investors should seek financial advice regarding the appropriateness of investing in financial instruments and implementing investment strategies including those of TSP Timing.  Investors should understand that statements regarding any future projections may not be realized.  Any decision to purchase or sell is solely the decision of the investor, and should not be based solely on the information provided on this website.

ETF Timing data is taken from sources deemed to be reliable.  ETF Timing trades are are for informational purposes only and are provided to use at the purchasers discretion.

The performance information presented in the charts and tables are based on back-tested data beginning with January  1987.  Back-tested performance is hypothetical, does not reflect trading in actual accounts and is provided to indicate historical performance had the portfolios been actively traded during the demonstrated time period.

ETF Timing does not provide individual investment advice.  ETF Timing publications are prepared for informational and educational purposes only.  Past stated hypothetical performance is not an indication of future performance.

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Securities and other financial instruments in general including inverse Exchange-Traded Funds, and, derivatives (e.g., options), in particular, involve numerous risks, including, among others, market risk, counter-party default risk and liquidity risk.  No security, financial instrument or derivative is suitable for all investors.