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Applying Weinstein to Managed Funds

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Username: sway

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My only concession to the "bottom drawer" is a series of investments in Advance Imputation Fund dating back to 1992. It has done alright I suppose and at least it gave me a benchmark for when I decided to go solo. The CGT liability means I will probably have to keep them until my tax situation allows me to consider other alternatives.

This graph shows the % change in the account balance since November 2006. This was when I started to keep weekly records. I have always reinvested distributions and this is included in the balance.


Because of my interest in Weinstein I also plot a 30week MA. Notwithstanding the CGT, I'm not sure I would have sold when it dipped below the MA, but at least it now looks like it will go back above. This is not really a fair example because of the distro reinvestment, which results in a form of dollar cost averaging. In Weinstein's book he talks about using his strategy on managed funds (or mutual funds as the US calls them).

Anyway, this is just for interest.


This is not a recommendation or advice. As they say .... DYOR.

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Username: skyhawk

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Delta is one best approaches I have seen as an overall guide to the market.
What needs to understood is that it is not the Holy Grail (those who are looking are wasting their time ).

The best time and price approach I have seen is from a friend who was heavily into Bill Maclarens Gann Geometric Approach but at times it was inconsistent and was more of an art...

Irrespective of what you use, be it Gann, EW,Oscillators, Cycles, or even Astrology and Planet lines, ANYTHING.....
If you cannot understand the pattern of the trend, your approach is doomed to failure.

Those approaches above are only the icing on the cake to a necessary understanding of the dynamics of how markets move and trend :-)


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