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Disclaimer: Technical trading models are mathematically driven based upon historical data and trends of domestic and foreign market trading activity, including various industry and sector trading statistics within such markets. Technical trading models, through mathematical algorithms, attempt to identify when markets are likely to increase or decrease and identify appropriate entry and exit points. The primary risk of technical trading models is that historical trends and past performance cannot predict future trends, and there is no assurance that the mathematical algorithms employed are designed properly, updated with new data, and can accurately predict future market, industry, and sector performance. Please be advised that investing involves risk and that no particular investment strategy can guarantee against losses. . In particular, stop loss/buy orders do not guarantee securities will be sold/bought at a particular price. Stop loss/buy orders are generally converted to market orders at the specified price, and may be executed at a lower/higher price do to liquidity and current demand for the security. In addition, stop loss/buy orders may increase trading cost which could lower the portfolio’s rate of return. The cash position may be more or less than 3% in the future which would have an impact on returns. All market timing strategies that are employed are designed to be reactive indicators and therefore are not designed to avoid all losses.