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SR Update Coming Tomorrow

We're waiting until tomorrow morning to post the SR update.
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DAA – April 2020 Update

There are no changes to the DAA lineup for April. Read on for the full details. DAA is a core portfolio strategy that is designed to help SMI readers share in some of a bull market’s gains, while minimizing (or even
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Can a Bear Be Your Friend?

A bear market isn't much fun. But there are different ways to respond to a bear. If you're still in the prime accumulation phase of your investing life, a bear market is your friend. Really. A quote in the current issue
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Money Roundup: Shock and Boom, Buying During a Crisis, and More

Some of the best investing and personal finance articles from around the web.
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SMI on Facebook Live: The Market’s Wild Ride

SMI executive editor Mark Biller offered a market update yesterday via Facebook Live, joining hosts Rob West and Steve Moore for a special video edition of the radio program MoneyWise Live. Despite the big rebound this
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Stock Upgrading – New Fund Recommendations for April 2020

The bear market has triggered SMI’s Upgrading 2.0 defensive protocols, so this month's fund recommendations are different than usual. 
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What We All Need to Know

In times like these, it's crucial to remember lessons from market history, as well as reassuring truths from God’s Word.
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Aren’t Bonds Supposed to Be Safe?

Many investors were surprised to see long-term bonds fall alongside stocks on the most volatile days in March. Here is why that happened, and why a bond rebound seems likely.
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Keep Calm and Carry On: Don’t Let Market Turmoil Push You Into Short-Sighted Decisions

The markets are driven by crowd emotions. Becoming a successful investor demands that you rise above the crowd. 
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The Enduring Optimism of an Investor

In the long run, optimistic investors — those who stick with their plan come what may — always end up better off than the pessimists who let fear get the best of them. 
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