To these folks, I have several books. Basically,
1. Time the market: one simple way without charting and one with charting.
2. When the market is plunging indicated by #1, move all to cash. Otherwise buy an ETF that stimulates the market such as SPY.
enough, but it beats most fund managers by a good margin as indicated
by the chart above. However, this is the past performance from 2000 to
2010 and there is no guarantee for future performances.
If one can afford 30-60 minutes a month, try my book Rotate ETFs for Couch Potatoes. I used ETFReplay for testing my strategies.
do not want to peddle my books here. All book profits so far have been
donated to charities. I make my money by actual investing. So far, I do not know any reviewers on my books personally. Many 'reviews' were written by the authors' friends and family members.