Here we have a brief update of the Baker’s Dozen portfolio (no real money is invested) using the latest Kipling spreadsheet or Version 2.0. Both the screenshots and “Camtasia” are available for reader edification. First the screenshot of the Tranche Momentum worksheet.
Baker’s Dozen Tranche Momentum Recommendations: Beginning with the ETFs included in the Baker’s Dozen, we find TLT and BIV are two ETFs we would not hold in this portfolio as both are under-performing SHY and both are priced below their 195-Day EMA. As I explain in the “Camtasia,” BRK-B is my first choice for purchase. Two others to consider for purchase are QQQ and VTI. VEA is a fourth possibility.
Why add the Heiken-Ashi indicators to the Kipling Tranche spreadsheet. For more information on the Heiken-Ashi indicators, check out this link.
Here is a 5:45 minute “Camtasia” on using this new Kipling spreadsheet. We need to test the spreadsheet a bit more before releasing to ITA Platinum members.
Feedback as to the usefulness of these Camtasia’s is important to me so chime in with your comments. Are there parts of the new spreadsheet that need further clarification?