What is Cameron? And is this REALLY a Hedge Fund?


Cameron is an Artificial Intelligence, stock market predicting computer program exclusively developed in 2009 by Edward Francis Slayton Jr. The computer program uses 100% of computer processing power to analyze a large set of previous daily stock market candle data every night on a quad-core computer within the 17 hour period of time between one day’s stock market close and the next day’s stock market open. The computer program does this to come up with an accurate Buying Pressure and Selling Pressure reading, in order to know if the stock market (SPY) is going to go up or down a small percentage "From the open" on the next trading day. From these AI market pressure readings, accurate "Daily Calls" can be extracted so that an individual trader or a Fund Manager can easily use heavily traded market-following ETF's to maintain high yearly profits at a level that puts the average Hedge Fund to shame using no more than one trade per day. (3 to 4 Trades per week long term average)

Within the 17 hour period of time between one day's stock market close and the next day's stock market open, the Cameron computer program analyzes a previous period of S&P (SPY) daily candle data using over 20 BILLION random numbers and looping through the previous set of Nasdaq data over 150 million times. Most importantly, the Cameron computer program analyzes that large set of past stock market data without any regard to previously classified candle chart patterns and signals, and without any regard to typical stock market analysis. The most important reason why the Cameron computer program is so accurate is because of the bold words above. Cameron uses comparative analysis and is 100% analytical.



This web site used to sell $49 per month subscriptions to the Daily Calls that are produced by analyzing Cameron's daily market pressure readings. This process involves a SECOND computer program that analyzes previous daily Cameron pressure readings, and is run every day on a separate computer to continually "Dial In" the most accurate interpretation of Cameron's data. A confirmed day trade was very easy for the average trader to understand, and looked like this example...

Cameron has confirmed a Long Call @ .38% for Friday, May 30, 2014. Therefore we recommend to buy SPY, SSO or SPXU on the market open on Friday morning. When/if SPY hits a level that is .38% higher than its opening level (SPY opening level times 1.0038), we recommend to sell the ETF at that moment. Otherwise, we recommend to sell the ETF on the market close.

The Stop level for this trade is .57%. When/if SPY hits a level that is .57% lower than its opening level (SPY opening level times .9943), we recommend to sell your chosen ETF at that moment. Regardless of the ETF you choose to play the call with, we recommend to use the SPY calculations for the cue to sell. (See the Subscribe Page for a Short Call example)



Cameron’s "Daily Calls" are very precise and were recommended to be used with heavily-traded, market-following ETF’s. These ETF's are Short and Long ETF's. This means one ETF will go Up when the stock market goes Up, and the opposite ETF will go Up when the stock market goes Down. So for those who always wanted to do Short Selling but thought it was too complicated, this was where they could do it by simply "Buying" a Short ETF when Cameron produces a Short Call. And remember; these heavily-traded ETF's can be purchased just like ANY common stock through ANY online trading platform or over the phone with ANY stock broker... SPY & SH (1x S&P 500), SSO & SDS (2x S&P 500), UPRO & SPXU (3x S&P 500)

And best of all, The Cameron trading system was Patriotic! That's right. Cameron predicts small percentage moves in the S&P 500 "From the open" that usually play out BEFORE the market closes. This means that even when Cameron confirms a Short Call, we are NOT relying on the stock market to go down from its previous closing level!... only from where it opened!

The Best Little Hedge Fund was NOT a hedge fund in the typical sense of how a hedge fund normally operates. Most hedge funds require a minimum investment and require you to "Hand over" a million dollars or more. And most hedge funds KEEP a good chunk of the profits they make, or those profits are lost from hefty fees. This is why the average hedge fund in 2013 only paid out 8% to their investors. The Best Little Hedge Fund is also not a hedge fund in the sense that subscribers always KNEW where their money was and how much money they made because our subscribers were the ones managing their own money in less than 20 minutes per day.

The Best Little Hedge Fund was a hedge fund in the sense that it produced consistent profit percentages, and it did that by making those profits regardless of whether the stock market went Up or Down. If there is any "Hedge" aspect of the Cameron technology, it would be the fact that we made directional market calls using our exclusive technology, rather than only attempting to make Long / Market-Up Calls.

Let there be no illusion, some of the 'Top 10 Hedge Funds' DO use computer programs like Cameron. But these hedge funds still sometimes lose money over longer periods of time and in years like 2008 because they hold too many long-term instruments and they don't have the time to unwind massive amounts of money out of trades that go south. (As in The London Whale) They also can't resist having their hands in so many pies at the same time. (Gold, Currencies, Oil, Wheat, etc., etc.) The Best Little Hedge Fund kept it simple.

If you have some free time, you can still read the Story of Cameron to see how the computer program was conceived, written and tested, and so you can understand exactly how it works. (We no longer sell the $49 per month subscriptions for reasons explained in The Story of Cameron)

So what are you waiting for? Step into MY world, where only a person who scores in the category of "Analytical Detective" on an IQ test, leaves greed at the doorstep, and has complete disregard for conventional candle chart analysis and conventional stock market analysis could have possibly pulled off this feat.


Edward Francis Slayton Jr.






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