Are you a pure market technician or do you rely solely on fundamentals? Or is there a way you can marry both – overlaying fundamental data with technical analysis? Replay our one-hour complimentary webinar that discusses best practices using technical analysis – specifically relative strength investing – with Revenue Weighted ETFs.
Participants will learn:
- What is relative strength investing and how can it be applied in your portfolio building process
- What is revenue weighting and why does it matter
- How are these processes combined in the new Oppenheimer US Revenue Model
- How can this model fit into your overall portfolio
The new Oppenheimer US Revenue Model is Nasdaq Dorsey Wright's first value-oriented portfolio model, which may provide advisors with a more balanced approach to their equity allocation -- especially for those who currently overweight other style factors, such as growth.
You can replay the webinar here.
Download the presentation slides here.
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The relative strength strategy is NOT a guarantee. There may be times where all investments and strategies are unfavorable and depreciate in value. Relative Strength is a measure of price momentum based on historical price activity. Relative Strength is not predictive and there is no assurance that forecasts based on relative strength can be relied upon.
Past performance, hypothetical or actual, does not guarantee future results. In all securities trading there is a potential for loss as well as profit. It should not be assumed that recommendations made in the future will be profitable or will equal the performance as shown. Investors should have long-term financial objectives. Advice from a financial professional is strongly advised.