Invest in the best stocks globally with Artemis Stock Trading™
Build a robust UK and US stock/ETF portfolio along one of the best stock pickers in the UK
- Are you looking for a profitable strategy to invest your capital on?
- Are you looking for a way to build a profitable portfolio of UK and US stocks?
- Are you tired from the volatile daily action and want smoother medium-term returns?
Artemis Stock Trading™ is a complete portfolio building service offering daily professional-level stock trading suggestions to professional clients and institutions. The strategy is based on a systematic trend-following model that is implemented via UK- or US-listed stocks and ETFs. Both technical and fundamental analysis is being used to determine daily trades in various sectors and regions in the UK market and in global markets.
The system selects stocks and ETFs to trade on by issuing a recommendation to buy or go short a specific pick and informs you with a daily report which securities to invest in today and when it’s time to reap your profits and exit your positions.
“Take advantage of the powerful combination of systematic trading and human expertise to get the most out of the global stock markets”
How does the report work?
The Artemis system selects and invests on promising UK or US stocks and ETFs, building a portfolio of securities that will yield a return over the medium term. Every day we analyse the stock markets and select a number of stocks/ETFs to buy or sell short, monitor our existing positions suggesting adjustments and decide which positions to exit reaping our gains.
The system establishes positions on the best stocks/ETFs every day and replaces the ones that have either met the profit targets or hit their stop losses. This process of daily additions and removals is expected to result in a portfolio of around 500 positions. The report arrives early in the morning around the time the markets open, allowing the investor to plan what changes to make on his portfolio during the day ahead. The report includes:
- The new stocks/ETFs to include in the portfolio, either buying them or selling them short.
- The positions to be exited, reaping gains or limiting any expected losses.
- The complete overview of the portfolio with all existing positions along with their current performance since inception.
Meet your portfolio manager and mentor
Alpesh Patel is a top professional trader and financial analyst in the UK. His investment performance over the years has been more than impressive. Apart from winning the Financial Times “predict the FTSE 100″ competition, his investment portfolio returns for more than 10 years speak for themselves.
Artemis Stock Trading™ was developed by Alpesh along with a team of accomplished financial advisors based in New York City. Alpesh worked hard to introduce the system to active investors seeking an automated technology to assist their trading.
Artemis Stock Trading™ has been used for live trading in a multi-million dollar account since mid-2009 with impressive performance.
Investment Philosophy and Risk Management
Artemis Stock Trading™ identifies and suggests entry and exit trades on UK and US stocks and ETFs based on a systematic, multi-strategy approach consisting of 4 core strategies:
- Global Long/Short Equity: Uses bottom-up technical and fundamental analysis to select names to go long or short. Diversified across many names across all sectors globally via stocks or ETFs (Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, Australia). Directional bias (net long, flat, or net short) is derived bottom-up, depending on prevailing market conditions.
- Credit: Uses top-down technical and fundamental analysis to go long or flat US high-yield corporate bond indices via ETFs or mutual funds.
- ETF Arbitrage: Uses quantitative techniques to arbitrage structural inefficiencies (e.g. daily re-gearing, yield of underlying securities or derivatives, tax treatment, fees, borrowing costs, etc.) of certain ETFs.
- Global Macro: Uses top-down technical and fundamental analysis to select global markets to go long or short via ETFs. Diversified across many global markets across all asset classes (Equity Indices, Fixed Income, FX, Commodities). Directional bias (net long, flat, or net short), depending on prevailing market conditions.
The system also includes systematic risk management features, incorporating the following:
- Position limits: The initial and current size of every position in all strategies is within “hard” limits, which are dependent on the strategy.
- Asset class, Sector, Country limits: They are monitored to ensure diversification; when breached, relevant exposures tend to get reduced.
- Stop losses: Every position in all strategies is protected with a hard stop loss.
- VaR limits: Every strategy and the overall portfolio have hard VaR limits.
- Stress tests: Every strategy and the overall portfolio are routinely stress-tested under various scenarios to identify potentially large risk exposures.
- Liquidity limits: The liquidity of every position is constantly monitored and the position gets reduced or exited if its liquidity drops below a hard limit.
- Counterparty monitoring: The financial health of the brokers where the accounts are held is constantly monitored using objective metrics (stock prices, CDS spreads, credit ratings). Brokers get replaced if their financial health drops below predetermined hard limits.
Our research and live trading of this strategy since 2009 in a multi-million dollar account make us confident that Artemis Stock Trading™ will be a valuable building block for the retail trader and institutional investor alike.
Diversification and following the trend in global markets are the key elements of a profitable investment portfolio.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which markets are covered by Artemis Stock Trading™?
Artemis Stock Trading™ covers the most liquid and diverse markets globally and provides precise trading signals for the most attractive stocks and ETFs in the global markets. Artemis Stock Trading™ is available in two separate daily reports which you receive via e-mail.
What kind of signals does Artemis Stock Trading™ produce?
Artemis Stock Trading™ produces simple entry or exit signals delivered via email around the open of the UK and US stock markets. As these are medium- to long-term positions, trades can be placed via market orders. After trades are placed, there are no further adjustments to be made until the following day.
What time do the reports arrive?
The report is delivered directly to your email every day around the opening time of the respective market, in order to have plenty of time to set up the daily trades.
Can I cancel at any time?
Yes, you can simply email us and we will cancel your subscription.
Do I have to give my PayPal/credit card details to start the trial?
Yes, you will be asked to provide your payments details but we will not charge you until the end of the trial. And of course you can cancel your trial at any time without any charge or further obligations. Simply email us and we will take care of everything.
Who is Alpesh Patel?
Alpesh Patel is a top professional trader and financial analyst in the UK. He is the founder of a FCA regulated asset management firm managing millions of dollars in investments. He has achieved a total return of 351% over 10 years compared to 56.5% for the FTSE All-Share.
Alpesh’s investment performance has beaten the returns of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway which only rose 89% in that time. He has consistently outperformed all the top performing managers in the UK All Companies sector over that 10 year period.
Each fortnight he appears on the BBC to provide his much sought-after analysis of global events – reaching 280 million viewers worldwide. He is invited regularly on Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, Al Jazzera and other major networks and has given investment speeches in US, China, India, Guatemala, Thailand among many others.
He is the author of 18 books on trading published which have been translated into German, French, Mandarin, Russian, Polish, Korean, Thai. His book Trading Online hit number 2 on the Amazon bestseller list, just behind ‘Harry Potter’.