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Growth of $50,000 from December 31, 1999 to May 30, 2012

 

  

EuroPacific 
Growth
AEPGX

Fidelity

Growth & Income

FGRIX

Fidelity
Magellan
FMAGX

Growth Fund

of America
AGTHX

Return without FundElert

$68,205

$40,063

$42,259

$71,813

Return WITH FundElert

$125,003

$66,248

$72,910

$111,405

  

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T. Rowe Price
Growth Stock
PRGFX

Vanguard
500 Index
VFINX

Janus
Fund

JANSX

Vanguard Emerging Markets Stock Index
VEIEX

Return without FundElert

$71,981

$58,760

$38,924

$124,726

Return WITH FundElert

$97,843

$92,795

$86,518

$210,678

 

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The Impact of FundElert On
American Funds EuroPacific Growth Fund (AEPGX)
12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010
 
 

The annual periods used to determine losses were based on a rolling 253 market days.
From 12/31/1999 to 12/31/2010 there were a total of 2,569 rolling 253 day periods.

From 12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010, an investment in this fund generated a compounded annual return of 4.11%.  During the period, FundElert notified its subscribers to sell and avoid AEPGX nine times, producing a compounded annual return of 8.16%, increasing the return by 4.05% per year.

Also during this period, a subscriber who followed FundElert’s guidance was out of the market 38% of the time, reducing overall market risk and keeping the worst annual loss of -51.08% to a more reasonable -16.45%. 

Overall, FundElert allowed an investor in this fund to avoid most of the period’s worst days, while enjoying most of the market’s best days.


Important Disclosure
The source of this fund's pricing history is !Yahoo Finance and is assumed accurate.  The performance results using FundElert assume all transactions were completed the next market day following the FundElert buy/sell signal. Investment gains while out of the market were computed using the 90-Day Constant Maturity Treasury Yield.


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The Impact of FundElert On
American Funds Growth Fund of America (AGTHX)
12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010

 

The annual periods used to determine losses were based on a rolling 253 market days.
From 12/31/1999 to 12/31/2010 there were a total of 2,569 rolling 253 day periods.

From 12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010, an investment in this fund generated a compounded annual return of 3.12%.  During the period, FundElert notified its subscribers to sell and avoid AGTHX nine times, producing a compounded annual return of 8.32%, increasing the return by 5.20% per year.

Also during this period, a subscriber who followed FundElert’s guidance was out of the market 37% of the time, reducing overall market risk and keeping the worst annual loss of -47.15% to a more reasonable -14.32%. 

Overall, FundElert allowed an investor in this fund to avoid most of the period’s worst days, while enjoying most of the market’s best days.


Important Disclosure

The source of this fund's pricing history is !Yahoo Finance and is assumed accurate.  The performance results using FundElert assume all transactions were completed the next market day following the FundElert buy/sell signal. Investment gains while out of the market were computed using the 90-Day Constant Maturity Treasury Yield.


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The Impact of FundElert On
Fidelity Growth & Income Fund (FGRIX)
12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010

 

The annual periods used to determine losses were based on a rolling 253 market days.
From 12/31/1999 to 12/31/2010 there were a total of 2,569 rolling 253 day periods.

From 12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010, an investment in this fund generated a compounded annual return of -2.57%.  During the period, FundElert notified its subscribers to sell and avoid FGRIX twelve times, producing a compounded annual return of 2.87%, increasing the return by 5.43% per year.

Also during this period, a subscriber who followed FundElert’s guidance was out of the market 38% of the time, reducing overall market risk and keeping the worst annual loss of -51.08% to a more reasonable -16.45%. 

Overall, FundElert allowed an investor in this fund to avoid most of the period’s worst days, while enjoying most of the market’s best days.


Important Disclosure
The source of this fund's pricing history is !Yahoo Finance and is assumed accurate.  The performance results using FundElert assume all transactions were completed the next market day following the FundElert buy/sell signal. Investment gains while out of the market were computed using the 90-Day Constant Maturity Treasury Yield.


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The Impact of FundElert On
Fidelity Magellan Fund (FMAGX)
12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010

 

 The annual periods used to determine losses were based on a rolling 253 market days.
From 12/31/1999 to 12/31/2010 there were a total of 2,569 rolling 253 day periods.

From 12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010, an investment in this fund generated a compounded annual return of -1.05%.  During the period, FundElert notified its subscribers to sell and avoid FMAGX ten times, producing a compounded annual return of 4.78%, increasing the return by 5.84% per year.

Also during this period, a subscriber who followed FundElert’s guidance was out of the market 44% of the time, reducing overall market risk and keeping the worst annual loss of -58.00% to a more reasonable -17.94%. 

Overall, FundElert allowed an investor in this fund to avoid most of the period’s worst days, while enjoying most of the market’s best days.


Important Disclosure
The source of this fund's pricing history is !Yahoo Finance and is assumed accurate.  The performance results using FundElert assume all transactions were completed the next market day following the FundElert buy/sell signal. Investment gains while out of the market were computed using the 90-Day Constant Maturity Treasury Yield.


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The Impact of FundElert On
The Janus Fund (JANSX)
12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010

 

  The annual periods used to determine losses were based on a rolling 253 market days.
From 12/31/1999 to 12/31/2010 there were a total of 2,569 rolling 253 day periods.

 

From 12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010, an investment in this fund generated a compounded annual return of -2.44%%.  During the period, FundElert notified its subscribers to sell and avoid JANSX seven times, producing a compounded annual return of 5.71%, increasing the return by 8.14% per year.

Also during this period, a subscriber who followed FundElert’s guidance was out of the market 45% of the time, reducing overall market risk and keeping the worst annual loss of -51.51% to a more reasonable -27.39%. 

Overall, FundElert allowed an investor in this fund to avoid most of the period’s worst days, while enjoying most of the market’s best days.


Important Disclosure
The source of this fund's pricing history is !Yahoo Finance and is assumed accurate.  The performance results using FundElert assume all transactions were completed the next market day following the FundElert buy/sell signal. Investment gains while out of the market were computed using the 90-Day Constant Maturity Treasury Yield.


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The Impact of FundElert On
T. Rowe Price Growth Fund (PRGFX)
12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010

 

 The annual periods used to determine losses were based on a rolling 253 market days.
From 12/31/1999 to 12/31/2010 there were a total of 2,569 rolling 253 day periods.

From 12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010, an investment in this fund generated a compounded annual return of 2.44%.  During the period, FundElert notified its subscribers to sell and avoid PRGFX fourteen times, producing a compounded annual return of 6.25%, increasing the return by 3.81% per year.

Also during this period, a subscriber who followed FundElert’s guidance was out of the market 38% of the time, reducing overall market risk and keeping the worst annual loss of -49.86% to a more reasonable -10.16%. 

Overall, FundElert allowed an investor in this fund to avoid most of the period’s worst days, while enjoying most of the market’s best days.


Important Disclosure
The source of this fund's pricing history is !Yahoo Finance and is assumed accurate.  The performance results using FundElert assume all transactions were completed the next market day following the FundElert buy/sell signal. Investment gains while out of the market were computed using the 90-Day Constant Maturity Treasury Yield.


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The Impact of FundElert On
Vanguard Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund (VEIEX)
12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010

 

 The annual periods used to determine losses were based on a rolling 253 market days.
From 12/31/1999 to 12/31/2010 there were a total of 2,569 rolling 253 day periods.

From 12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010, an investment in this fund generated a compounded annual return of 10.48%.  During the period, FundElert notified its subscribers to sell and avoid VEIEX eight times, producing a compounded annual return of 14.24%, increasing the return by 3.77% per year.

Also during this period, a subscriber who followed FundElert’s guidance was out of the market 36% of the time, reducing overall market risk and keeping the worst annual loss of -65.16% to a more reasonable -24.07%. 

Overall, FundElert allowed an investor in this fund to avoid most of the period’s worst days, while enjoying most of the market’s best days.


Important Disclosure
The source of this fund's pricing history is !Yahoo Finance and is assumed accurate.  The performance results using FundElert assume all transactions were completed the next market day following the FundElert buy/sell signal. Investment gains while out of the market were computed using the 90-Day Constant Maturity Treasury Yield.


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The Impact of FundElert Monitoring the
Vanguard 500 Index Investor Fund (VFINX)
12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010

 

The annual periods used to determine losses were based on a rolling 253 market days.
From 12/31/1999 to 12/31/2010 there were a total of 2,569 rolling 253 day periods.

From 12/31/1999 – 12/31/2010, an investment in this fund generated a compounded annual return of 0.28%.  During the period, FundElert notified its subscribers to sell and avoid VFINX eleven times, producing a compounded annual return of 5.83%, increasing the return by 5.54% per year.

Also during this period, a subscriber who followed FundElert’s guidance was out of the market 40% of the time, reducing overall market risk and keeping the worst annual loss of -47.50% to a more reasonable -10.47%. 

Overall, FundElert allowed an investor in this fund to avoid most of the period’s worst days, while enjoying most of the market’s best days.


Important Disclosure
The source of this fund's pricing history is !Yahoo Finance and is assumed accurate.  The performance results using FundElert assume all transactions were completed the next market day following the FundElert buy/sell signal. Investment gains while out of the market were computed using the 90-Day Constant Maturity Treasury Yield.


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