Alternative Long Term Investment Guideline
For many people, putting money into bond funds or index funds for their retirement saving accounts are the only choices they know. The money put into those accounts are not managed actively since these long term funds do not promote active management at all. Some people would try to time the markets themselves by switching in and out of these funds. However, due to lack of planning and solid strategies to engage the markets, the results are often not much better than doing nothing at all, if not worse off.
My suggestion for investors, who like to improve the performance of their long term investments, is to equip themselves with better understanding of these markets. Although you may not need these money now, you will put these money into use in the future. There is no excuse not to spend some time to protect your financial well being in the future. I recommend reading some of the books I have written to get you started.
For those of you whose investment portfolio is large enough to justify using our premium service, go for it. We have long term trading strategies with end of day signals that works very well in both bull markets and bear markets. You can study the historical results to see if these strategies fit into your overall investment objectives. With careful planning and just a bit more involvement with your investment, you can help yourself generating better return.