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Now, the total hands-off approach doesn't seem like the way to go.

You can still have a relatively hands-off approach with a "lazy portfolio". I few funds/ETFs and rebalance maybe once a quarter to once a year.

I use this QTAA portfolio for part of my investments.

Since you use some "market timing" (simple 200 day moving average) it takes the emotion and guess work out of the equation.

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