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What is Robo investing?

Smart Auto-Trading is an advanced robo-advisor designed to provides investors with a a state of the art automated trading tool to trade the S&P 500. Its robo is designed to screens, monitors and auto-trades elite stocks like INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION (IBM) using artificial intelligence, social media and market data to augments your potential as an investor.

What is it good at?

If you are interested in systematic, active investing, Smart Auto-Trading can be a great alternative to passive investing funds. Smart Auto-Trading uses artificial intelligence concepts to screen, monitor and auto-trade stocks. Used in a tax-deferred account such as an IRA, SIMPLE IRA, Rollover IRA, Keogh, 529 College Plan or UGMA it auto-trades systematically using your carefully defined strategy. Using Smart Auto-Trading is like having a professional trader working for you. You turn it on and it just works.

Smart Auto-Trading actively trades the S&P 500 day-in and day-out in your account while you attend more important life events. Because of the systematic nature of Smart Auto-Trading, your account has the potential to grow at a higher rate than if you were to use a passive investment vehicle such as an index fund or a mutual fund. Systematic active trading using artificial intelligence holds the potential to grow the account faster.

Using Smart Auto-Trading is Easy

To connect Smart Auto-Trading to your account you will need to open an account with Ally Invest, one of the most trusted broker/dealer in the United States. Ally Invest is the brokerage firm Stock Circles uses to auto-trade because Ally Invest offers a very competitive price per trade.

To open an account, please go to Ally Invest's account opening page is available at: https://invest.ally.com/ola/

Once the account is open, you are ready to transfer your money into the newly opened account. To do so, you will need to send a copy of your 401K or other account statement to Ally Invest as well as transfer instructions to support@invest.ally.com. Once they receive your instructions, a Customer Support specialist will help you complete the transfer.

After a few business days, the account will be funded and you will be ready to auto-trade using Smart Auto-Trading.

While this is in progress, you might want to test your strategy in simulation mode free of charge at stockcircles.com. Doing so will help you get comfortable with the product's benefits.


There are clear benefits associated with using a robo-advisor such as Smart Auto-Trading to help you reach your financial goals. Smart Auto-Trading simplifies stock investing down to a few steps. It auto-trades for you, using your personalized strategy, while you attend more important life events.

Using Smart Auto-Trading is like having thousands of traders working for you to help you reach your financial goals.

Smart Auto-Trading actively trades which is different from passive investing. The robo is on the lookout working to maximize your potential every business day of the year. It trades on the news taking advantage of price changes and trends by listening into trader's communications and by validating this information with market data.

Smart Auto-Trading is one of the first robo-advisor to take advantage of Government grade listening technology, artificial intelligence, social media and market data natively.

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Disclaimer: Past performance may not be indicative of future results. Therefore, you should assume that the future performance of any specific investment, investment strategy (including robo-strategies), or product made in reference directly or indirectly on this website, will be profitable or equal to corresponding indicated performance levels. Robot-Advisors like other investment methods rely on favorable market conditions to provide positive outcomes.


Warren Buffett Sheds More IBM Stock

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-A) (NYSE: BRK-B) made a nearly $11 billion bet on tech giant International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM) in 2011. The move seemed out of character for Buffett, who typically shuns tech stocks for being well outside his circle of competence. But IBM's entrenched status in many industries gave it competitive advantages that Buffett couldn't resist.

Buffett began rolling back this decision earlier this year, dumping about one-third of his position prior to Berkshire's annual meeting. He cited tough competition, saying he had revalued the stock "somewhat downward" as a result. With revenue slumping for more than five years, those competitive advantages had clearly eroded.

Berkshire's latest regulatory filing shows that Buffett has trimmed this multi-billion-dollar stake even further. Berkshire owned 37 million shares of IBM as of Sept. 30, worth about $5.5 billion today. That's down from around 50 million shares earlier this year. IBM's turnaround effort has dragged on, and even Buffett's legendary patience has run thin.

Six years of pain

Shares of IBM moved higher for a while after Buffett made his initial investment, but that trend reversed in 2013. After reaching a high above $210 per share, IBM tumbled below $130 per share by early 2016. It's recovered a bit since, but it's been volatile, with the market unable to make up its mind.

IBM has been working to transform itself, investing in cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and other growth areas. The majority of its revenue, though, is still tied to legacy businesses in decline. Add to this a U.S. dollar that strengthened considerably in 2014 and 2015 and the divestiture of major businesses like x86 servers, and the result has been a relentless decline in revenue.

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