Stock market timing with ETFs based on business cycles

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Research
shows that practically all stock market profits over the past 50 years were made
in only 30% of time, writes George Bijak, who edits Business Cycle Investor. Business cycles run for months or years so you do not have
to trade often at all. Broad index ETFs are ideal investment vehicles to benefit
from the strong and long stock market trends.

Here is the analysis of Dow Jones Industrials
Average values (excluding dividends) that shows the profitable periods (In
Periods) and times when you would be better off staying out of the market (OUT
Periods).

The “in the market