- 02/06/2020 at 12:33 pm #77599
Thanks Vangelis. Is there any active promo going on on subscriptions that I can avail?02/06/2020 at 1:11 pm #77600
I see you have registered with us before. New pricing:
https://logical-invest.com/app/subscribe?newpricing02/10/2020 at 4:31 pm #77613
Thanks Vangelis. The last time I subscribed, one of my biggest issues was how to start the portfolio. For example, if I wanted to start a position in leveraged UIS. Do I wait for the next signal and incrementally get in? But the next signal may not be in/out signal but rather just adjustment of percentages. Entering just one of the components seems dangerous to me, but also entering SPXL at this peak point of the market is also scary. What is your suggestion?
Also, if I subscribe, am I covered for the future price increases?
Thanks,02/11/2020 at 4:49 am #77616
Based on backtests it is better to just enter the positions. If you are unsure you can also scale-in but both sides at the same time.
As for the price, you are covered for the period you subscribe to. If you choose the yearly, you will be protected from any price increases for the year.02/11/2020 at 2:12 pm #77639
Thanks again. I am going to subscribe.02/11/2020 at 2:23 pm #77640
I am getting payment processing error. Trying to use discover. Is the site having issues?02/12/2020 at 10:34 am #77643
Can anyone help please? I am trying to subscribe but my payment is not getting processed. I checked with the credit card company and they are not receiving the payment request so it is getting rejected at the source.02/12/2020 at 1:30 pm #77649Alexander HornKeymaster
sorry for the trouble, but the site is working as normal, and a test subscription I just did went through without issues. Also cannot see any failed try reported, so it’s hard to say what’s happening.
Could you try with PayPal – this also allows you to enter your credit card in the next step. I will also email you..02/12/2020 at 2:14 pm #77651
Thanks Alex. I don’t have a paypal account. I will try again with credit card and maybe you can check what’s going on.02/12/2020 at 2:22 pm #77654
Looks like you don’t accept discover, even though the site seems to convey that it does. I tried Visa and that worked. The error message should say that discover is not accepted.02/13/2020 at 2:41 am #77656Alexander HornKeymaster
you’re right, thought we’d support Discover, but as we’re handling payments with a European provider we do actually not. Same for Diners and JCB, so basically only Amex, Visa and Mastercard – should have known before, sorry. Cards shown on the checkout have been updated.04/04/2020 at 12:00 pm #78272socoolmeParticipant
Hello there LI Team,
I am burnt with buy and hold and haven’t done anything to my 401K and looking at the big drop with the recent couple months. I realized I have to do something differently though it may be too late this time around. I have access to brokerage account under 401k and I believe I can have good flexibility to pick investments that I select. It would be heart breaking to liquidate the holdings and book the losses. I understand it has to be done if I want to find a different direction that will save this pain next time around.
I am new and browsed through some material. I do not get the big picture. At a very basic level would one invest into strategy(ies) and follow whatever changes every month or or one would also have to start with a portfolio and then apply strategies to it. Do strategies have underlying funds or stocks that they are built with or they are just abstract algorithms kind of thing? If they aren’t abstract how could they have returns over year and monthly basis? Is any strategy can be applied to any portfolio or does it only work with its underlying funds?
I see that there are three portfolios and they seem to have some holdings under them. They do have their own performance numbers. Hypothetically If I select one portfolio and one strategy and try to build my investment mix, wouldn’t there be a conflict i.e. the portfolio would have some holdings that are selected and the strategy may have a bunch of other holdings. How would they work together, what would be the holdings in such a mix if that is possible, and how would be the expected performance in that situation?
I am looking for something relatively simple to get started with. I would much prefer if I could pick a strategy or a few and follow them for some time without having to select a portfolio, or just select a portfolio and follow it without adding a strategy. My hope is that then I can see how things work, and actual returns would match the numbers that are recorded and shared here. Without that I believe it will be very difficult to figure out what I built and was it translated accurately to my account and monitor the results and try to match it to the service. I can spend some time on evenings or weekends and get build my understanding.
Also, moderators is it possible to extend a trial of the subscription? I would find it very helpful if that could be done. Thank you very much.04/07/2020 at 6:49 pm #78287bobhParticipant
I’m new to Logicalnvest and have several questions. A couple may be long. Is there an email I can send my questions to or should I just go ahead and post them here? Thank you, Bob04/08/2020 at 9:13 am #78288
Feel free to use the form at the bottom of the About Us page:
or email us: info at logical-invest.com04/08/2020 at 9:29 am #78289
We have all been burned before, namely in 2008. That’s why we build Logical-Invest in the first place.
We start with ETFs that represent a basket of stocks/bonds/commodities, etc: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/e/etf.asp
Sometimes we also use individual stocks.
We then build a “model”, which we call a strategy, which is a set of rules on how to trade a specific basket of ETFs, ie when to buy and sell.
We then build portfolios by combining multiple strategies (which themselves combine ETfs, which themselves combine stocks, bonds,etc).
Once a month, we unwind all this to give you a list of what ETFs/stocks the portfolio holds each month.
Since these models are based on rules, we can backtest them to see how they did in the past. That does not mean they will do so in the future.
Lastly, we are not advisors and cannot give you personal advice based on your life circumstances. We develop and publish strategies and portfolios that can help you make better (or at least more diversified) decisions in your own investing.
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