I just completed an interesting book,"How to make a million in the stock market." The author presents a method of investing in the market that triggers buys and sells based on a few calculations.You start off with 33% of your money in cash and 66% in stocks. If your stocks go down a certain % it triggers a buy out of your cash side. If your stocks go up you sell off a % and put it in your cash side. If anyone has any experience with this or is using this method I would enjoy your input. This is an old book. (3rd) edition 1992Coachg
I can't comment on the effectiveness of this investment strategy, but I, too, am interested in knowing if anyone else has tried the A.I.M. method. I purchased the book and cassette tapes from Robert Lichello back in 1988. I was impressed with the system but did not have two nickels to rub together at the time. Recently, I found a trial version of a software program to automatically calculate the A.I.M. method of investing. Can anyone offer any insight into this method of investing?
I have read the book twice and it makes a lot of sense, but I still didn't try it. I even made a spread sheet for it a long time ago. Can't wait to hear if anyone has tried it.
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