First - sorry for the other post. somehow putting a % symbol in the title flags the post and blocks it for people to read.

So I read a blog that mentions getting about 15% last year by focusing trading on just Consumer Goods, also called consumer staples. To me that sounds great. Its a buy and hold for the year discussion, with a few triggers built into it for events.

Can others make sense of this strategy? I am not savvy enough to know what it means.

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He is using something called quant investing consumer staples strategy. Seems like an interesting path to take. Maybe competitive to ETF signals we can get form other sources?