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The privileged the advertise goes the more mystifying are the "experts". In the September 14 issue of Investor's Commerce Daily newspaper we find the great prognosticators such as:

Sheldon Jacobs, editor of No-Load Fund Financier newsletter quoted that he is recommending having more cash in your portfolio.

Louis Navallier, director of three aggressive mutual funds, carcass very bullish. He says now is the time to load up on tech stocks.

John Wallace, a further mutual fund maven now has befall assured about small-cap stocks for his mutual fund.

Any time you need a big name to agree or argue with you on something in the stock bazaar you can find a Wall Road "expert" who will agree with you. There is an old aphorism "The promote climbs a wall of worry" and the senior it goes the more worriers there are. Yes, it is scary, but you have to make your own decisions and you can't eavesdrop to those citizens for the reason that if you check their past account you will find they have made some real "boo-boos". The experts are not as connoisseur as they would like you to think.

Is there any way to appear out the stock marketplace so you can have a good arrival on your money and still sleep at night? Yes, there is. You listen in to the only "expert" you will ever have to. That is the promote itself. And how do you do that? It is not as complex as they would have you believe. Let me show you how down-to-earth it exceedingly is.

The first thing you need to know is if the marketplace is going up or down. Right? You need a clear-cut indicator. The plain vanilla one I advocate to the non-sophisticated patron is the S&P500 Index. Any time the S&P500 daily close is above its 200-day heartbreaking be an average of the marketplace is going up. When it falls below sell the whole lot and go to cash. How down-to-earth can you get? You will find these facts in print every day in Investor's Affair Daily.

Even despite the fact that I am painstaking a expert agent (17 years an chat associate and floor trader) I no longer try to pick being stocks. It is just too much work so I let other experts do it for me - FREE. I only buy no-load mutual funds that are in the top drama (never mind the category) 1% of all funds and are outperforming the S&P500 Index for the past 12 months. Not 3 years, not 5 years.

Don't get agreed away with trading. The austere plan is watch the S&P500 Index and only look at your mutual funds once a month to be sure they hang about in the top category. You will beat all the "experts".

Al Thomas' book, "If It Doesn't Go Up, Don't Buy It!" has helped thousands of colonize make money and keep their profits with his down-to-earth 2-step method. Read the first interval at http://www. mutualfundmagic. com and detect why he's the man that Wall Street does not want you to know.

Copyright 2005

al@mutualfundstrategy. com; 1-888-345-7870


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