The Death of Diversification

Every month I sit down with my members and I run an exercise called, The 30-Day Forecast.

In this exercise I look at three different types of charts and compare them against each other in real time.

By doing this I instantly know what location in the world is best, what size stock is best and what type of stock is best.

The reason this monthly exercise is important is eight-fold,

1st – Price charts don’t care about sending you a new “pick-of-the-month” ticker symbol to fulfill on the silent promise of invading your inbox and mind with yet another interesting story.

2nd – Price charts eliminate the noise, bias and opinion that so often hurts your accounts.

3rd – You can see why staying-put with your investments from last month/quarter and sometimes last year are better for your wealth.

4th – You can clearly see why diversification is dead and can’t help.

5th – Price charts clearly show why rebalancing hurts futures. Again, why would you sell a little bit of the investment that is growing best?

6th – Price charts force you to question complicated approaches. Really, you need 20 symbols?

7th – Price charts show you when a new asset has turned the corner and is regaining strength and moving higher against everything.

8th – Price charts clearly show what’s really falling, staying flat or rising. Very little interpretation is needed.

This episode runs a little bit longer because I wanted to give the full experience of what one part of my research involves and how it can immediately cut through the noise, bias, and complexity of the industrial investment complex.

There’s a better way to invest and this is one example of how to do it…

You can get access right here.

In Your Corner,

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