AI SPY+ Portfolio Performance
The SPY+ model heavily follows the markets benchmark, the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) and adds 40% of Apple stock. Over the last 14 years it has shown to beat the market over time by 3.55% a year
- Invested Portfolio Value
- Annual Return (Bar)
- Annual Return (Line)
This graph shows the difference in invested returns if a person put $2,000 in the AI Portfolio and the Market (S&P 500 ETF) in 2004. You will notice that the AI Blend Portfolio has higher returns because it loses less and keeps steady returns overtime.
This bar graph shows the difference in annual invested returns comparing the AI Portfolio against the Market (S&P500 ETF). It's important to note that AI Portfolio doesn't beat the market every year. However, this AI is designed to beat the market overall, which it successfully does. (See table bottom of the page).
This line graph shows the difference in annual invested returns comparing the AI Portfolio against the Market (S&P500 ETF). It's important to note that AI Portfolio doesn't beat the market every year. However, this AI is designed to beat the market overall, which it successfully does. (See table bottom of the page).
Allocations of SPY+ Portfolio
SPDR S&P 500 ETF
SPY+ Performance Breakdown
Beat The Stock Market (S&P 500 ETF)
The comparison column in the table below is subtracting the iFlip AI from the Market (i.e. S&P500 ETF). When the percentage in the Comparison column is green it means the AI Portfolio beat out the Market. When percentage in that column is red it means the AI did not beat the Market. AI is not designed to beat the market every year. In fact, you won't find a company that can beat the market every single year! We use algorithmic intelligence to avoid losing on stock crashes and focuses on creating wealth over time. If you look at the bottom of the table you will find that the average annual return on investment for the AI Portfolio is significantly higher than the Market.
|Year||iFlip AI (Blend)||S&P 500 (ETF)||Comparison|
|Average Annual Return||12.90%||9.55%||3.55%|
|Total Return (15 Years)||193.49%||143.20%||50.29%|