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Mutual fund switching was all the rage 20 years ago. These days, with the proliferation of ETFs, it has fallen out of favor. But in his chapter on fund switching, Stan reports his actual trades, line by line.

Are you ready for this? A CAGR of 21.16% from '79 through '87, which beats the crap out of anything TMF has ever tried to claim, not that they ever did any real money trades that were cumulatively net profitable.

He attempts to address the needs of two groups, traders vs investors. Investors use weekly charts and SMA30 for signals. Traders use daily charts, the same SMA30, but RelStr and S/R for confirmation of breakouts.

Setting up this gig is going to be fun.
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