Past Performance is Now a Guarantee of Future Performance

Fund Managers tell us past performance is no guarantee of future performance. But right now there are plenty of fund managers who believe now is a good time to get back into stocks. It suits them now though to tell us history shows that those who hesitate end up not taking part in any bull […]

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7 Steps to Timing a Buy and Hold Strategy that Works

Right now the managed fund industry is still in denial that “buy and hold” has failed and will always fail in the long run. Or should I say it will fail every 5-7 years as the funds run up stock prices to unsustainable levels. This is your opportunity to play a winning hand by “timing […]

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Buy and Hold is Dead – Long Live Buy and Hold!

I have never been an advocate of buy and hold investing when it is being done on behalf of 85% of investors in a bull market. It gives the illusion of profits when every man and his dog are buying the same investments and just pushing up prices.

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Baby Boomers – What is a Good Stop Loss Percent to use?

I had an email the other day from Paul one of my subscribers. He asked, “What was a good Stop Lost Percentage to use? He went on to ask if I could provide more information that might help him. I thought I would answer his question using a post to my blog. However I need […]

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