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Manage Shock Market Corrections - Taking The Sting Away
"The Brainwashing of The American Investor", now in its second edition, provides you with a proven methodology for successful personal investment portfolio management. Step by step instructions for asset allocation, security selection universe creation, diversification, and profit taking are presented in an anecdotal manner, based on the author's hands-on professional experiences.
Author and private investment manager Steve Selengut developed the Market Cycle Investment Management (MCIM) methodology in 1970, way ahead of the Wall Street product development curve that has now succeeded in bringing the most speculative and risky ventures on the planet into your investment portfolio.
MCIM is a disciplined, common sense approach to investing without needless speculation. It is an approach that semi-automatically takes your profits out of bubbling markets, and for all the right reasons, and then re-enters correcting markets systematically in preparation for the inevitable "next" rally.
"The Brainwashing of the American Investor" teaches you about old-school investing without gimmicks, derivatives, incomprehensible "modern portfolio theory" techniques, funds of funds, or astrological charts.
The MCIM methodology helped navigate thousands of "Brainwashing" book readers around and through the three major financial crises (stock market meltdowns) of the author's lifetime: the "Crash of 1987", the "Dot-Com Bubble", and the recent MPT/ Government orchestrated "Financial Crisis".
The first time through you'll learn about Wall Street, and why they would prefer that you didn't read the book in the first place. Your eyes will be opened by the simplicity of the security selection process, the no frills approach to sensible asset allocation, rational profit-taking, and the ease with which you can increase your annual investment income in a reduced risk environment.
The second time through, you'll be taking notes, establishing some simple spreadsheets, looking at and correcting the weaknesses in your current portfolio, and setting off in a new direction that will have you tuned in to what the market cycle offers --- for fun, for profit, forever.
Yes, the MCIM process is available to 401k plan participants... but expect a lot of "stonewalling".
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