Performance of the «technical grid» versus S&P500

Year Cumulative performance Yearly performance
Technical Grid S&P500 Technical Grid S&P500
2003 1.0000 1.0000
2004 1.1221 1.0899 12.21 % 8.99 %
2005 1.2801 1.1226 14.08 % 3.00 %
2006 1.3076 1.2755 2.15 % 13.62 %
2007 1.2424 1.3205 -4.99 % 3.53 %
2008 1.0749 0.8121 -13.48 % -38.50 %
2009 1.2283 1.003 14.27 % 23.50 %
2010 1.2926 1.1311 5.24 % 12.78 %
2011 1.2405 1.1311 -4.03 % 0.00 %
2012 1.4732 1.2827 18.76 % 13.40 %
2013 1.6765 1.6162 13.80 % 26.00 %
2014 1.9074 1.8004 13.77 % 11.40 %

The technical grid is a discretionary theoretical asset allocation of «Long Only», based on Technical Analysis views, which is allowed to go 100% CASH during market declines.

No transaction costs are computed. Dividends are not included . Performance is computed on a cumulative basis from a capital of 1.00 on January 1, 2004.

Technical Grid is compared to a «Buy & Hold» capital appreciation of the S&P500 ( Dividends not included) .

As the products used in the Technical Grid are US ETF mostly. The Technical Grid is mostly USD based. We recommend some theoretical discretionary timing to Buy Euro and sell USD based on Technical Analysis views, during time where we perceive a USD decline against Euro. For the year 2012, our FX recommendations show a theoretical 15% cumulative profit.


Last update: Thursday 26th of July 2018