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Risk State
Performance
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AGGRESSIVE RISK STATE
NORMAL
Elevated Trigger Normal Trigger
$32.99 --
$10.23
per share saved *

optimized for 02-May-2016

02 May 2015 - 02 May 2016

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* Pullback experienced during most recent period of elevated risk (Aggressive Signals).

Aggressive risk alerts are closer to prices than conservative risk alerts. Use aggressive risk alerts for maximum downside protection. The conservative risk alerts are further away and should result in less activity but will offer less protection. Read more.

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Historical SmartStops presented in the charts or used in back testing studies were generated using the latest SmartStops algorithm, Version 5.3.

Risk Management Benefit Opportunities

Aggressive Signals

01-May-2013 through 01-May-2016

10 Number of elevated risk periods over the previous 3 years
11.3% Average pullback experienced during elevated risk periods
64.5%
Percent of time equity was in the elevated risk state
Elevated Risk Periods Pullback Experienced
Enter Elevated Risk State Exit Elevated Risk State Drop from Risk Alert price to low of period
23-May-2013 01-Aug-2013 $5.48 14.9%
30-Sep-2013 15-Nov-2013 $0.90 2.4%
11-Dec-2013 04-Apr-2014 $5.90 15.3%
15-Apr-2014 29-May-2014 $0.99 2.8%
24-Jun-2014 03-Jul-2014 $0.39 1.1%
12-Sep-2014 28-Oct-2014 $4.14 10.1%
17-Nov-2014 26-Nov-2014 $1.17 3.0%
04-Mar-2015 30-Mar-2015 $1.46 3.5%
06-May-2015 07-Oct-2015 $16.52 33.5%
09-Nov-2015 $10.23 26.7%
33.5%
The largest pullback experienced during the elevated risk periods
This equates to a $3,350 pull back on a $10,000 investment

Decision Center

Using SmartStop Alerts as a catalyst to kick off a decision process can help you make timely and informed investment decisions enabling you to capitalize on opportunities. Selling, hedging, buying or standing pat are all legitimate outcomes of the decision process.

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