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The Delta Wealth Accelerator is a weekly newsletter.  The primary purpose of the newsletter is to help you avoid major bearish equity market periods and keep you invested during major equity bullish periods.

The Delta Wealth Accelerator is focused on intermediate term trends with the average bullish trade lasting roughly 22 weeks and the average bearish trade lasting roughly 14 weeks.  The proprietary model and market timing signals are based on a system with more than 40 years of history. 

Each weekly edition emailed to you features:

  • A market landscape that lays out the current investment opportunities and challenges
  • Specific market timing signals
  • Actionable trade recommendations

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The Delta Wealth Accelerator gives you critical and unique financial information, helping you stay current, think ahead, and build and protect your wealth.

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The Delta Wealth Accelerator is operated by the in-house research of Delta Investment Management, an independent investment management company based in San Francisco, CA.

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Delta Investment Management, LLC, Investment Advisory Service, San Francisco, CA
Important Disclosure: Delta Wealth Accelerator forecasts represent personal forecasts of Nick Atkeson and Andrew Houghton and are not an indication of the performance of Delta Investment Management.  Not all forecasts may be as accurate as those in the past.  Investing in securities involves the risk of loss.  Past performance is no guarantee of future results.