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I really do not believe in asset allocation. You should be in the strongest assets available, and stay away from the weak ones.

Agreed. This implies tactics commonly termed relative strength asset rotation, or relative momentum, with a overlay of absolute momentum.

Google those terms and you'll find some informative recent papers.

Sorry about replying to a month-old thread -- I still have 400 free internet minutes left.
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