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Below, enjoy details regarding our WSD Insider model portfolios.
The strategically diverse investments in the flagship portfolio represent the very best opportunities for returns given the prevailing dynamics in the market.
The positions in the portfolio favor a six- to 12-month horizon.
Please use a 35% trailing stop to protect your principal and profits. And limit your position size to no more than 1% of your total portfolio.
We use an exhaustive screening process to single out the market’s innovative companies with the greatest upside potential. By virtue of that, only the world’s top "visionary" companies can earn a coveted spot in this portfolio.
The companies that make the grade fall into two categories: Disruptors and Innovators.
Disruptors are early stage growth companies, typically trading for less than $5.00 per share, with the potential to disrupt entire industries. Accordingly, these stocks tend be more volatile and less liquid. But they also possess significantly higher upside potential.
Innovators are more established, more mature, yet rapidly growing technology firms that have secured dominant positions with their cutting-edge technologies within billion-dollar markets. These companies typically benefit from increased liquidity and trade for between $5 and $40 per share.
We take into account the differences between Disruptors and Innovators by investing in them differently. For Innovators, we recommend using a 35% trailing stop and a position size of no more than 1%. For Disruptors, we don’t use a protective stop. Instead, we recommend investing a small, fixed amount of $1,000 (or less) per stock to reduce our downside risk.