This is the average annual return of the StockChart since 2000.

109,43%. That is the return of the Brussels Model portfolio since 2015.
In the same period, the BEL20 only increased by 1.06%.


119,21%. That is the return of the Frankfurt Model Portfolio since 2015.
In the same period, the DAX rose by 19.89%. StockChart did 100% better.


230,45%. Dat is de return van de Modelportefeuille Paris sinds 2006.
In diezelfde periode steeg de CAC40 slechts met 9,50%.


648,16%. That is the return of the New York Model Portfolio since 2009.
In the same period, the S&P500 rose by 342.57%. Thus, StockChart also outperforms the S&P500.

The above returns are updated on 14 February 2021.


Profitable investing without worries

Safe and high-performance investment algorithm.

Screens 4,500 EU and US stocks daily.

Identifies strong trending stocks.

Unambiguous buy and sell signals.

Choice of 16 model portfolios. One per country.

Buy and sell signals via alert-mail.

Proven return since 2000.


I follow the Belgian model portfolio of StockChart. The algorithm provides me with buy and sell signals that allow me to invest consistently and without emotion. And with success: over the past 3 years, I have outperformed the BEL20.

J.R. (Gent)

As a self-employed person, I have little time. I receive the buy and sell signals from StockChart via e-mail. Surf to my trading account and execute the transaction. I don’t think I do more than 2 transactions a month.

V.A. (Leuven)

I used to subscribe to several investment magazines. With varying success. I have been following StockChart for five years now. The algorithm is not a crystal ball and sometimes gets it wrong or reacts with a delay to market movements. But in 5 years’ time, I did realise an excellent return.

A.P. (Turnhout)
Safe and profitable investments


  1. Select your preferred stock exchange. (Max. 16)
  2. Shadow the desired model portfolio.
  3. Receive buy & sell signals by e-mail.
  4. You will make no more than two trades per month.
  5. Via your own trading account or bank.
  6. Outperform reference indices.