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Short-term/Quick-term Indicant Tour for Exchange Traded Funds

SQI (Short/Quick-term Indicant Consolidated)

a proven demonstration of beating buy and hold

The SQI-Indicant beat buy and hold for the QQQQ-ETF by 178.9% from March 1999 through August 2004. That is because the Indicant avoids bear cycles while the buy and hold investor endures the bear cycles.

By the end of the Indicant's trading cycle on August 12, 2004, the buy and holder's $10,000 investment shriveled to $6,361 while the Indicant's $10,000 investment grew to $17,744 before commissions and taxes. That is a 178.9% Indicant advantage over buy and hold. All Indicant models are dedicated toward avoiding bear cycles and beating buy and hold for any investment.

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