iFlip Crash Protection Analysis – Retirement and Stock Market Trading AI

Worst December Since 1931 - Wall Street Stock Market

The last month of 2018 proved to be the worst December market performance since 1931 (Great Depression). The S&P 500 (SPY Index) ended the year with a loss of (-6.35%).

History has taught the world that there are certain things that will always happen…election day, tax day and correction day (aka stock market crash). We feel more secure with days when we know the date they will happen. Unfortunately stock market crashes are not scheduled dates. It has been said, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."

We've been developing iFlip's AI since 1987 investing billions in Wall Street to solve the unforeseeable crash dilemma. After decades of crash experience we’ve developed an Algorithmic Intelligence (AI) that can protect and grow wealth for all investors.

Crash Analysis Stock Market
“Results of platform users are different depending on date of account establishment and other factors. Results are hypothetical. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.”

The graph above shows the last 7 crashes since 1987 and compares how iFlip’s automated trading AI compared to it. We found that on average there was 20.8% savings per crash. We define a crash as any loss in the S&P 500 that exceeds -11% in losses.

How iFlip's AI software avoid crashes?

Our experienced financial specialist CTO, Kelly Korshak has been running investments for Morgan Stanley, Deustche Bank and several other wall street banks for decades. He has seen every crash back from 1987 and has systematically created iFlip's specialized AI to mitigate the risk for crashes. This AI stock trading software's primary purpose is predicting stock market dips with sophisticated algorithms that monitor all stock invested positions. The automation will then execute trades to protect investments from losses.

iFlip’s algos (AI or Algorithms) are designed to reduce your risk in the market and grow wealth over time. They alternate between cash positions and open positions. They attempt to keep your money in cash during “volatile times” and in open positions during “growth periods”. Cash is a position where the algo feels the market is “safe” and is normal. This means the algo is still analyzing the market awaiting a beneficial time to enter.

Remember, algos are designed to grow wealth OVER TIME. This means they are not a “get rich quick” or “day trading” play. Algos are not new. They have billions of dollars invested in them and are built on decades of experience. Their goal is to achieve long term gains with reduced risk. Thus, using them for short periods of time may not be as effective.

Worst December Since 1931 - Wall Street Stock Market

The last month of 2018 proved to be the worst December market performance since 1931 (Great Depression). The S&P 500 (SPY Index) ended the year with a loss of (-6.35%).

Flexible AI Protection - Based on Investment Risk

There are different algorithms that customers may choose based on their risk tolerance. For those who are younger professionals we recommend more aggressive algorithms because they have more time to invest. Those who are closer to retirement we recommend a more conservative AI strategy that allows them to protect and slowly grow wealth. iFlip's algorithms take into account the different types of circumstances investors might have.

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AI Retirement & Personal Investments - Everything Done For You

AI crash protection is all about keeping what you already have grown. Most professionals tell their customers to follow the market down and then back up. We believe AI can manage the risk of crashes by protecting large losses in your stock market investment accounts.

iFlip's AI is reliable and the best option for those who need investments that are "Done for them" while minimizing losses during crashes. The most popular accounts are retirement (401K, IRA, ROTH..etc)and personal investment accounts. While most banks put their customers investments in passive indexes or mutual funds that are adjusted by humans every so often. iFlip's algorithms never sleep. They run on a daily basis on the market open. They are constantly tracking and analyzing investment positions. This allows the AI to make quick automated trade decisions that protect investor's positions.

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Zero-dollar ($0) commissions are available for self-directed Individual cash or margin brokerage accounts that trade U.S. listed securities via mobile devices and via web interface. To obtain the commission and fee schedule, please see our website at www.iflipinvest.com. Note that certain Flip Investor Inc. Product features listed are currently in development and will be available in the near future. System execution price, speed, response time, liquidity, market information, and account access times are affected by many factors, including market volatility, size and type of order, market conditions, system performance, and other factors. Some of the information provided show hypothetical results which may or may not represent live performance. All investments involve risk and the past performance of a security, or financial product does not guarantee future results or returns.  Keep in mind that while diversification and the use of algorithms may help manage risk it does not assure a profit, or protect completely against losses, in a down market. There is always the potential of losing money when you invest in securities, or other financial products.  Investors should consider their investment objectives and risks carefully prior to investing.

Past performance is not indicative of future performance. iFlip data results assembled using various Flip algorithms applied to the equities listed on this webpage (if any). Results compiled for each equity and each algorithm assume a 10,000 initial investment beginning on Jan 1st 2005. A $0.01 / share commission applied. All iFlip price assumptions are based on the opening price of each day as found in Yahoo finance. Yearly NAV data points compiled by compounding annual returns using standard year over year accounting. S&P500 results are derived using the SPY as a proxy. The data on this webpage is not intended as a solicitation. Always seek professional advice for suitability.