No. of Recommendations: 10
I really do not believe in asset allocation. You should be in the strongest assets available, and stay away from the weak ones. Sometimes this means being in cash while the market tanks, and then getting back in when the time is right.

I don't know if you still write your blog but you used to advertise it years ago. I read it and I recall the times when you were write "I don't know why that happened" or "I'm not sure what is happening next". Your posts here almost always indicate your certainty in where the market is heading and your ability to time it but your blog painted a different picture.

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