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Consistent Strategies & Tactics 

No Red Tape

When you cut through all the red tape on Wall Street, what moves stock and Exchange Traded Funds prices are the simple laws of supply-and-demand. Changes plotted on a PnF chart aren’t based on one's opinion, but rather on a measure of price trend that indicates how a stock is performing relative to other stocks in its sector

High Relative Strength scores are put together in a matrix, with each fund's PnF chart. These are compared to every other fund available within your plan. Occasionally, someone asks, “If you’re sharing the formula, why do we need you?”. GOOD QUESTION! The Answer…

Experience

Sector tools, Advisor knowledge and insightful interpretation of the data are part of what we bring to the table for our clients at Echelon Wealth Advisors, LLC!

Remember this is not a "set it and forget it". There will be changes that need to be made as the Relative Strength (RS) scores change.