AFUND PERFORMANCE

The Astrologers Fund mission objective is simple:
To outperform ALL equivalent risk/reward portfolios that do NOT use financial astrology as one of their primary selection criteria.

Our trading Motto: Be there First
Our investing Motto: Always a Stellar Performance

"Can you afford NOT to have financial astrology in YOUR future?"
Sure you can, buy why not make more money with less risk?



 2016 FORECASTS


                                                                          

2015 FORECASTS PERFORMANCE

1.    1. BUY GOLD $1425 P1 Target   Trading Yes (hit Summer and Fall Bottoms within $3;  Investing NO!

2. BUY CHINA (Australia by proxy?)  A+  Hit both tops and exits almost perfectly
3. CANADA OUTPERFORM +  Loonie ST $.89   IT .92    No  [Too early  :) ]

AGGRESSIVE SPECULATIONS:

4. Argentina: favorite FRONTIER country, but no rush act until a) Peso approaches 20 and/or b) closer to the 2015 Presidential election.  Yes Merval <10K to 13K  & 15 Blue P1.

5. Our December Lunch Presenters for 3 potential doubles/triples in 2015:  Medifocus, Victoria Gold & Client Diagnos.  Yes & NO.  As investments they will take more than year (within our 2-3 year time frame, but as Trades YES! Soon thereafter these stocks went up 50%, 100% and 80% respectively.



2014 FORECASTS PERFORMANCE

OUR FIVE 2014 AFUND PLAYS:

  1. ·        SELL US BONDS Q1  (Yes) 
  2. ·        BUY SILVER  Target was $24, went to $22   
  3. ·        BUY INDIA (Especially H2 2014-2015) BULLS EYE
  4. ·        SELL HEDGE US MARKETS  No- however we got 90% of the down trading moves
  5. ·        SSP PORTFOLIO* While they ralled (150%, 50% and 0%), they did not hold so TBD

*Seasoned Speculator aka Special Situations Portfolio



2013 FORECASTS PERFORMANCE

1.   Weak Oil Prices Q1 2013 but Higher Oil Prices H2 2013 i.e. Summer/Fall Rally  [Weak Q1 low April/modest Summer Rally-Good]

2. Hold/Buy US bonds Q1 2013; Sell Q4 2013/Q1 2014.  [April High/Bonds’ worst year since ’94 -Very Good]

3. US Large caps (DJIA) will outperform small caps.  They should also outperform Nasdaq for much of H2 2013. [Wrong]

4.  AVOID Germany & Australia; Buy Canada H2 2013.  [Germany wrong/Australia underperformed/Canada V up H2-Good]

5.  Gold will be largely seasonal (Down Q2 and Up Q4).  Silver is at great downside risk especially Q2 2013, and likely to under perform in 2013.   Copper is positive and a buy H1 2013. [Gold down Q2/weak Q4- 1/2 right/ Silver collapsed- Bulls Eye!/Copper bottom Q2- then modestly positive-Fair]



2012 PERFORMANCE

I. Germany is our favorite G8 country in 2012.

EWG iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund $22.54 +0.13% $2,865,090 4,148,448 +17.48%  as of Feb 9

GERJ Market Vectors Germany Small-Cap ETF $20.78 +0.34% $3,078 1,501 +19.49%  as of  Feb 9

International companies benefit from cheap euro and flight to safety (in euroland).

Note: The need for Euro Hedges recommended 1.33 and recommended unwind 1.23.


II. Euro will be mixed in 2012, but mostly a buy for 2013. 

Note: Buy 1.23 OB  Sell 1.33 OB


III. Buy Copper – 2012 Target $4 OB

Reached 3.98 in February.

Rebuy in H2 2012!


IV. Sell Silver by March/April- Potential bottom Target well below $26

Silver oversupply and lackluster industrial demand Ideally 34/36-40. 
We issued a sell on a $37.20 on February 29th!!


V. Oil will be lower later this year before US Presidential elections i.e. more often below $100 than above.

We reached our P2 Target of $78 June 28, 2012!


2011 PERFORMANCE


2010 PERFORMANCE


2009 PERFORMANCE


2008 PERFORMANCE


TOP 2007 FORECASTS

       

2007 had more than its share of accurate forecasts: Our major forecast was the 2007 US Real Estate Crisis.  US Dollar Dropping below .80 in September along with our major play Gold and Silver was well timed all year: Q1 Gold & Silver Rally, Sell $722 then buy again a rally gold bottom circa August 22 past $700; Silver bottom August 22 $11.51 then major rally, $800 gold to the day (October 31). Additionally, we forecast quite accurately much of the recent stock market turmoil including such astrologically timed days as the August 28th Dow 280 point drop, September 7th Dow's 249 point drop and October 19 366 point drop

Going forward, it is appropriate to change our performance tracking as we are no longer making public most of the forecasting work we provide to money managers, hedge funds and our institutional clients, e.g. the Fed Move on interest rates August/September the day after Ben was hired.


TOP 10 2006 FORECASTS

* While not my view, my trading partner George correctly forecast a Dow 12500 Year end trading target at our Fall Investment Conference.


TOP 10 2005 FORECASTS


TOP 10 2004 FORECASTS

TOP 10 2003 FORECASTS

TOP 10 2002 FORECASTS

TOP 10 2001 FORECASTS

Just as many investors may be upset about not selling more NASDAQ stocks last March,
next year they are likely to be upset about NOT having bought more quality Nasdaq stocks this March
.
In April, U.S. stocks finished their best month in almost a decade:
Nasdaq gained 15 percent, the Wilshire 5000 index rose 8.1%, the S&P 500 rose 7.7% and the Dow  8.7%.

Shortly after 911, we wrote: FALL CLEARANCE STOCK MARKET SALE: BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS
The subsequent Fall 2001 rally was extremely strong and very profitable.

MODEL PORTFOLIOS

* 134% 12/28/99 rollover, but 140% at close of 2 year period 12/31/99.
** Trading closed 4/28; if held full one year 19.7%.


TOP 10 1998 FORECASTS


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Sure you can, buy why not make more money with less risk?


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