By Gary Antonacci
In my last column I described my dual momentum-based model called Global Equities Momentum (GEM). It rotates investments between U.S. stocks (S&P 500), non-U.S. stocks, and U.S. aggregate bonds, depending on the trend of the stock market and the relative strength of each of these investments. The GEM model has been invested in U.S. stocks continuously since July 2012. I mentioned three possible high volume ETFs for holding the S&P 500 index. The symbols for these are SPY, IVV, and VOO.
I rerun my momentum models at the end of each month. For April, GEM continues to hold U.S. stocks. Those wanting more information on GEM or dual momentum can look over my website and particularly the FAQ page. My book, Dual Momentum Investing: An Innovative Strategy for Higher Returns with Lower Risk is available from the DTL Store.
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