Riding the Bull, Beating the Bear by Edward M. Yanis
Market Timing for the Long-Term Investor

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Investment techniques that make money, while saving time
Riding the Bull, Beating the Bear offers a simple, straightforward market timing technique. Using his extensively researched and back-tested Y-Process method, Edward Yanis shows investors how they can improve their portfolio performance-by doing one simple calculation every week. With a minimum of work, readers can benefit from a buy-and-hold, index oriented philosophy, and at the same time, preserve capital by getting out of the market before prolonged dips. For readers who don't want to get bogged down in complex investing strategies, Riding the Bull, Beating the Bear provides a low-intensity, active management style that is easy to learn and even easier to implement.
 

About Edward M. Yanis

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EDWARD M. YANIS is the Chairman and CEO of Yanis Financial Services, Inc., which publishes a weekly market commentary newsletter. Yanis is the developer of the Y-Process(r), a revolutionary stock market model that forecasts crucial market turns, enabling investors to reduce risk and enhance returns. Prior to working in the markets, he was systems engineering manager for General Electric where he worked on the design, testing, and production of a number of major defense contracts, including the AEGIS Combat System for the U.S. Navy.
 
Published January 4, 2002 by Wiley. 288 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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His book Riding the Bull, Beating the Bear: Market Timing for the Long-Term Investor describes the ""Y-Process,"" a mathematical model that supposedly allows investors to predict the upcoming fluctuations of the market.

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