Please Note: Blog posts are not selected, edited or screened by Seeking Alpha editors.

TTS Top Stocks Outperform Market 16:1 & Unveils Trend That Leads To 50% Gain!

|Includes: Etsy, Inc. (ETSY), SPXU, SPY

I've already explained how Tipping the Scale works, a very thorough research platform that uses a numeric scale to determine the short-term and long-term upside of each stock -- based on a number between 0 and 100. TTS has been live for two months and 10 days, so that means there is not a great deal of data to show investors just how well this strategy will pay off. However, I can show you how the four stocks with the greatest point total have fared against the market. In other words, let's talk about the real reason to join TTS, performance.

Note: The company name of stocks with top 4 point totals will not be disclosed.

3 of the top 4 stocks in TTS's coverage universe were initiated right around two months ago, some a little before and some a little after. The company with the highest score was initiated approximately one month ago, from today.

The average return for those top 4 stocks since coverage is 7.9%. During the same averaged span, the S&P 500 has traded higher by approximately 0.5%. That means that TTS top picks are outperforming the market by a whopping 16:1, nearly! That's the real reason to subscribe!

Here's how each stock has performed, and that company's total point tally.

Company

Total Score

Stock Return Since Coverage

S&P 500 Return Since Coverage

1

95

8.2%

0.9%

2

95

(4.5%)

0.4%

3

93

22%

0.7%

4

92

6%

0%

Keep in mind that subscribers get information regarding which stocks have the greatest chance for short-term and long-term gains. This often varies depending on the stock. There are several stocks with high short-term ratings and low long-term ratings that have outperformed the market well over 10:1. These stocks would not be included in the above chart.

One example if Etsy (NASDAQ:ETSY). TTS subscribers were told to wait for ETSY to bounce off the bottom, trade 10% higher off its post-IPO lows and to then ready themselves for a 50% gain. This was based on a past trend, and as of today, Etsy's post-IPO stock gains have topped 65%. Etsy was given a higher rating than it deserved because of that short-term upside potential, but now, like all stocks, its rating will be adjusted to reflect both stock gains and any new developments.

The bottom line: TTS's research is proven, it is up-to-date, and will continue to produce top short and long-term investment opportunities. We have a little something for everyone.

So Join today!