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Fall of 1998 proved AIM's worth to long term investors,
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This review is from: How to Make 1,000,000 Dollars in the Stock Market Automatically (Signet) (Mass Market Paperback)
If anyone is still skeptical after the massive market bashing that we had between the beginning of August and the middle of October, they haven't fully explored what AIM would have done for them.
In that period, my own cash reserves were drawn down from about 35% to about 5% while I bought up huge quantities of underpriced stocks and funds. Then, my account rose in total value about 18% in October alone. I've already returned many of my AIM accounts to a 30% Cash Reserve level. Thank you AIM and Mr. Lichello!!
AIM is portfolio risk management, plain and simple. It automatically adjusts asset allocation between equity and cash to protect profits in rising markets and then reinvest the proceeds when the market is falling.
An AIM users group can be found by using a search engine and the work "LICHELLO" if you care to hear what other AIMers have accomplished. Good luck and AIM High!