The Secret Lies in the "Supply and Demand" Imbalance

Why and When Does the Price Change? ​

Supply and demand dynamics are the fundamental law of financial markets. Any asset class (stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, bonds, REITs, etc) will go through the ups and downs of an economic cycle based on supply and demand. When demand increases (with a low or constant supply) price goes up. When supply increases (with low or constant demand) the price will drop. We take timely advantage of these business cycles and the valuation of assets when determining the best investment strategies. And this supply and demand imbalance can be identified on the price charts and be exploited to our advantage

Our Consistently Proven: T4 STRATEGY

Our cutting-edge, hands-on analysis technique includes a combination of fundamental, technical, and chart analysis methods. There are 4 interrelated fundamental concepts, that help us make an investment decision:

  1. TIME: What is the investor's time horizon? When do you expect the profit? How long can you wait? Investment selections are different for short-term investors compared to long-term investors.

  2. TREND: What is the direction of the business cycle? Where is the price going? Uptrending or downtrending?

  3. TURN: Where and when will the price change the direction? Best profits are achieved when we invest near the turns.

  4. TRADE: How to place the trade? Will this investment provide high-reward with the lowest possible risk? Do we have appropriate risk-limiting strategies in place?

Our investment strategy exploits supply and demand dynamics that occur over multiple time frames. We follow the momentum as well as overbought or oversold analysis. We use fundamental, quantitative, mathematical rule-sets for entering and exiting the investment.


Poor risk management is one of the most common reasons investors lose money. We teach the following strategies to limit the investment risks:

1] Appropriate position size

2] Pre-defined risk tolerance

3] Diversification among asset classes

4] Knowing when to close a position