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Global Sector Rotation Strategy V1.0

by Alexander Horn, 1992 days ago
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This trading system reproduces the Global Sector Rotation (GSRS) Investment Strategy developed by Frank Grossmann
http://www.logical-invest.com
http://www.logical-invest.com/strategy/global-sector-rotation-low-volatility
http://www.logical-invest.com/strategy/global-sector-rotation-aggressive


The strategy switches, on a monthly basis, between different global sector ETFs. The 27 Sector ETFs and 5 bond ETFs are:

CUT - Guggenheim Beacon Global Timber Equities
EXI - iShares S&P Global Industrials
FAN - First Trust ISE Global Wind Energy
GEX - Market Vectors Global Alternative Energy
GNR - SPDR S&P Global Natural Resources
GURU - Global X Top Guru Holdings
IGF - iShares S&P Global Infrastructure Index
IXC - iShares S&P Global Energy Sector Index
IXG - iShares S&P Global Financials
IXJ - iShares S&P Global Healthcare Sector
IXN - iShares S&P Global Technology
IXP - iShares S&P Global Telecom Sector
KOL - Market Vectors Global Coal
KXI - iShares S&P Global Consumer Staples
LIT - Global X Solactive Lithium Index
MOO - Market Vectors Agribusiness
NLR - Market Vectors Nuclear Energy
PIO - PowerShares Palisades Global Water
PKW - PowerShares Buyback Achievers
REMX - Market Vectors Rare Earth Strategic Metals
RWX - SPDR DJ International Real Estate
RXI - iShares S&P Global Consumer Discret
SEA - Guggenheim Delta Global Shipping Index
SLX - Market Vectors Global Steel
SOIL - GlobalX Solactive Fertilizers-Potash
TAN - Guggenheim MAC Global Solar Energy

During market corrections the strategy will invest in:
CWB - SPDR Barclays Convertible Bond
EDV - Vanguard Extended Duration Tsy (25+yr)
TLH - iShares Barclays 10-Year Treasury (9-11yr)
TLT- iShares Barclays Long-Term Trsry (15-18yr)
SHY (cash) - Barclays Low Duration Treasury (2-yr)

Paper performance stats:
annual performance 2008-2013      28.07%      
volatility      14.8      25.2      
sharpe ratio      1.78      
max draw down      -12.31%      


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