Some say the stock market is too risky, but that's
mainly for the
buy and hold strategy.
Wall Street Journal,
Mark Cuban and others say that buy and hold is dead.
Lubos Pastor of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and his
colleagues have recently documented that buy and hold may never have
been a viable investment strategy.
Yahoo! Finance's article entitled Is the Buy &
Hold Stock Strategy Officially Dead? says, "True liquidity has not come back
and the pros and high frequency traders [that could be you] rule the world,"
said Brian Stutland of Stutland Volatility Group. "Plus, if the average person
ever comes back, then they won't have time to play all day long back and forth
in the market. So, maybe buy and hold really is dead."
FORBES says "Stocks for the Long Run? A Bad Idea"
A RICH LIFE has an article,
Why Buy and Hold Investing Can Never Work that says "There is no logical
case that can be made in defense of the Buy-and-Hold concept today"
Barry Ritholtz says,"Buy
and Hold Is Dead (And Never Worked in the 1st Place)"
Street smart Finance says, "The Buy and Hold
Strategy Can Kill Your Portfolio"
Street smarts learn their lessons from the
trenches. "If you are a buy and hold investor, beware!"
People ask, can you give me
experience using a robotic or automated
I can tell you this!
You could have
bought 100 shares of
3M and held it for 5 years and you would have made just $413
or use our recommended automated trader
to trade that same stock over the same 5 years and earn an astounding $29,045.72
You would have made a little
more than that, by buying and holding Apple for 5 years but
have made a shocking $132,221.44 allowing
to trade the same
the same 5
Ditto for IBM. Hold for 5
years for a profit of $7,839 or use our recommended
automated trader to amass a
in the same period!
A good software program waits until the rules
then it will automatically buy,
manage and sell for you.