Track Record

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The track record shown here is the personal trading track record for Smita over 1998-2010. This unaudited track record does not account for taxes, and includes interest income from money market accounts on cash balances. The S&P500 returns shown here do not include dividends, which have averaged around 2% per year.

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Our Philosophy

Our active investment and trading philosophy is driven by the following goals:

  1. Protect capital.
  2. Grow capital on a risk-adjusted basis (target growth above S&P500 returns).
  3. Gain an edge by focusing on a combination of : Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis, Sentiment Analysis, Strong Money Management techniques

Our Results

Track record of superior results in personal short-term trading:

  1. Compounded annual returns of approx. 39% between 1998-2010
  2. Strong money-management discipline limited downside through years of market turmoil.

Two periods of comparison are shown vs. S&P500. The first is 1998-2010 and the second is 2001-2010. In each case, the growth of $100 at the start of the period is tracked.

Relative Performance vs. S&P500: 1998-2010

Relative Performance 1998-2010


Relative Performance vs. S&P500: 2001-2010

Relative Performance 2001-2010