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To succeed in investing, it is essential to analyze historical patterns thoroughly. Studying historical patterns’ enables a model to forecast future market trends accurately. Consequently, it is vital to strategically position oneself based on models to take advantage of lucrative opportunities. One reliable tool that can be used to identify these critical turning points is The Economic LongWave Tactical Asset Allocation Model (TELTAAM). This model determines the most relevant turning points and how to leverage them for optimal outcomes.

Wealth preservation and investment are crucial aspects of success. One key to achieving this balance is to maximize returns while maintaining an acceptable level of risk. Diversifying assets across different investment categories is one way to accomplish this. The acceptable risk level depends on various factors, such as financial status, psychological makeup, and life stage. Our investing approach, known as tactical asset allocation, involves adjusting the proportion of each asset category based on changes in the business, real estate and The LongWave cycle.

The tactical asset allocation model is designed to shift between fully invested or high cash positions, depending on the phase of these cycles. For example, during a downturn, the model may allocate more toward income and safety while maintaining some stock market exposure. The model also determines the appropriate equity exposure from 0 to 50+ %. Our primary objective is to preserve wealth by managing risk and avoiding overpaying for assets. If an investment is considered too expensive, it is wise to avoid it. Conversely, if the market is “cheap” and near the end of a downturn, there may be opportunities to capitalize on the next upturn.

In summary, TELWTAAM offers a disciplined approach to investing, aiming to buy low and sell high, a goal many investors share. By monitoring the Business, Real Estate, and LongWave cycles, we can make informed decisions about market entry and exit points. This approach allows us to maximize returns while minimizing unnecessary risks.


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