Here's a sample of our premium research deck
A free look at what we send to paid subscribers every Thursday
Earlier this week, our premium subscribers received their first weekly delivery of our premium research deck. This document essentially takes you inside the document I use to organize my research on nearly 200 ETFs, apply my technical analysis-based risk grading system to them, and construct model portfolios I invest in.
The link below will take you to a sample version of the sheet, which we will keep accessible on the site from here forward. This sample won’t be updated each week as we do for the premium deck, and we have removed information that is only part of the premium service.
What you will see is the full guide tab, which should help any ETFYourself.com subscriber get a better idea of the tools used to take the written commentaries and observations you read on our site, and turn into action via the construction and ongoing oversight of my model portfolios. The sample also shows the full 2-ETF model tab, including the model holdings history for that portfolio from its inception (12/29/2021) through 10/5/2023.
You’ll also see the full history of the ROAR Score for that period, which we think provides a great free look into how I’ve used that indicator to increase or decrease the risk level I’m willing to take at any point in the market cycle. This is at the core of everything ETFYourself.com is about: pursuing return but prioritizing risk management.
To give you a flavor for what else is provided each week in the premium research deck, this sample excel sheet provides the full format of the rest of the document, but with premium details removed. For instance, in the ETF WATCHLIST tab, you’ll see the full sheet, but we’ve identified the names and ticker symbols only the 8 ETFs we consider for our free model portfolio, the 2-ETF model.
We hope this allows anyone to understand the look and feel of what we offer in the ETFYourself.com premium subscription, so subscribers can decide for themselves if and when they want to upgrade. We are confident that we provide a very significant amount of free content, including frequent commentaries, investment education, the weekly letter and ROAR Score, the 2-ETF model portfolio and more. For some investors, that is all they will ever need and want from our service. For others, considering the premium level will be a decision at some point, especially since we offer a month-to-month plan and a discount for a 12-month subscription.
If you are a free subscriber, we invite you to take a look at the sample of our premium research deck, and ask us any questions that will help you understand our offering better.