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February 2009 Trend Investing Advice Summary

After the closing of January 2009, Buy or Sell Funds.com came to the following advice for our users:

Dow Jones Industrial Average

Do not buy or hold mutual (index) funds that are expected to follow the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Already a number of months ago we advised to sell this type of funds. We have not got any "buy" indication since then.

Nasdaq 100

Do not buy or hold mutual (index) funds that are expected to follow the Nasdaq 100 Index. Our Nasdaq 100 indicator gives now for the first time since a buy indication in August 2008 a clear sell indication. However, based on sell indicators from the DJIA over the last few months, we already did not advise to hold this type of funds.

Nikkei 225

Do not buy or hold mutual (index) funds that are expected to follow the Nikkei 225 Index. Our Nikkei indicator has given since November 2007 only the indication to sell and not to buy.

Shanghai SSE Composite Index

The Shanghai index seems to raise from its lowest point. However, we are carefull advisers and our methodology tells us it is still to early to see this rally as a sign to go back in. Better save than sorry in case the rally does not continue.

AEX Index

Do not buy or hold mutual (index) funds that are expected to follow the AEX Index. Our AEX indicator gives now for the 4th month in a row a clear sell indication. The last buy indication for just the AEX Index in itself was in May 2008. However, at that time, our advice was to refrain from buying given the sell indicators from the other European indexes.

Summary

We advice our type of investors at this moment not to invest or hold funds that are expected to follow the trends of the coveret stock market indexes.

 

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