Now, back to T2, which all subscribers except one have opted to own. One thing to keep in mind when exploring with T2 is that not all portfolios lend themselves to momentum based rotational modeling...or, if they do, they require really tight risk controls, aka stops. Here's a couple sector portfolios to consider as a reflection of this thinking.
First...commodities..often cited by "experts" as an inflation proof tactic for avoiding losses. This model includes all the basic commodity groups, oil gold, agriculture, mining, basic materials, etc. See for yourself how it's fared relative to out default portfolio. Note the drawdowns. I've just selected the top 1 for analysis but the results don't get much better the more risk control (higher top#) that we select. Looking at the lower charts of the portfolio SPY and GLD are the only components that are even remotely attractive. The overall downward slope of most of the components dooms the success of this model from the get go. This may be a short seller's dream but as a longer term portfolio there's simply not enough positive momentum in this sector to beat the SPY unless you stricke like a black mamba and capture all the surges above the RSQ while avoiding all the drawdown below the RSQ line. Like I said....close attention and tight stops.