I would like to allocate part of my person funds to a strategy that puts on a position on the SP500 a few times a year (for example at points of retail capitulation such as happened in March). I would like to be able to use fairly high amounts of leverage while reducing the risk of getting stoped out and having to time the market exactly. Positions would be held for as long as possible (perhaps with a trailing stop). The only option I see right now would be BGU since no margin is owed to the broken (and I know the issues associated with it and long term trading). Any ideas? Thanks.