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Protect your retirement from the next big crash with a New Twist on the Old Investment Strategy.   For years, advisors have recommended that investors take a "buy and hold" approach to the market, but people over fifty can't afford to rely on this strategy. Buy, Hold, & SELL! uncovers the myth of the "buy and hold" investment philosophy, and explains why it's dangerously incomplete. Written by Ken Moraif, one of Barron’s top 100 Financial Advisors in the United States three years a row and who called the 2008 market crash in November of 2007, this book outlines an alternative strategy that better serves investors who are at retirement age. Written in easy-to-understand language and buoyed by Ken's trademark humor, this guide shoots down the myths that keep investors in risky markets, and arms readers with the knowledge, motivation, and strategies that may help them survive-and even thrive-during the inevitable next bear market.

Too many retirees lost a large percentage of their investments during the market collapse of 2008 and spent years trying to regain their footing. During the collapse, many advisors told their clients to stay in the market. Ken did the opposite, advising his clients and listeners of his popular radio show “Money Matters” to get out of the market in November of 2007-before the economic meltdown. With this book, Ken shares his 26 years of experience to help investors prepare for the imminent bear market that could devastate their retirement plans.

For those looking to build a sound financial plan for the long run, this book provides expert insight and solid advice with supporting charts, graphs, statistics, and anecdotes.

Understand the buy-hold-SELL strategy

Learn how to design a sell strategy to protect principal in the next bear market

Find clear-cut information regarding retirement finances

Discover the benefits of a diversified portfolio This book expands upon old advice to provide the most important part of the equation: a sell strategy designed to protect principal.

The goal of Buy, Hold, & SELL! is not to make investors rich quick, but to help keep them from becoming poor.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xiii

Introduction: One Bear Market Can Change Your Life Forever xv

The Inspiration behind This Book xvi

Part One: The Trouble with Buy-Hold: Why It’s Dangerous to Your Financial Health

Chapter 1 Buy and Hold: A Bad Strategy for Anyone over 50? 3

Even the Best Investor . . . 4

Buying into the Buy-Hold Myth 5

Chapter 2 60 Is the New 40: What Does That Mean for Your Investments? 7

How Long Will You Live? 8

What Does a Long Life Mean for Retirement? 9

The Longevity-Retirement-Investment Equation 10

Chapter 3 The Bear and the Lake House 15

Chapter 4 The 10 Most Important Years of Your Investing Life 17

More Heavy Lifting 18

The Eighth Wonder of the World? 18

Reverse Compounding 19

The Most Important Years of Your Investing Life 20

Chapter 5 A Buy-Hold Disaster Story 23

Chapter 6 You Know You’re a Buy-Holder If . . . 27

Chapter 7 Why Does Buy-Hold Even Exist? 29

Generational Amnesia 30

The Rest of the Story 31

The Rise of Mutual Funds 32

The Best Coin-Flipper in the World 32

The Famous Scene in The Deer Hunter 34

Chapter 8 What Do Economists Say about Buy-Hold? 35

Check Out the Publication Date 36

It’s History, Not the Future 37

Siegel Also Admitted . . . 37

The Market’s (and Investors’) Irrational Exuberance 38

The Emperor’s New Clothes 40

Valuations Schmaluations 40

Who Should You Listen To? 41

Chapter 9 The Multimillion-Dollar Argument for a Buy-Hold-SELL Strategy 43

My Personal Experience with Buy-Hold 44

The Birth of a Sell Strategy 45

Avoiding the Market Crash of 2008 45

Part Two: The Buy-Hold Myths: The Advice That Could Ruin Your Retirement

Chapter 10 Buy-Hold Myth #1: The Market Always Comes Back 51

Some Big Bad Bears 54

Mini-Myth: If You Just Study Past Market History . . . 55

Mini-Myth: Time Is Your Friend 57

Homeland Security 57

Mini-Myth: The Most Successful Investors Stay in for the Long Run 59

We’re Not 25 Years Old Anymore 59

Where’s the Contract? 60

Chapter 11 Buy-Hold Myth #2: Don’t Miss the 20 Best Trading Days 61

A Pig in a Poke 63

When Were the Best Days? 63

Riding the Market during the Best Days 65

The Worst Trading Days (So Far) 65

Avoiding the Big Bad Bear Days 67

Doing the Impossible 68

He’s in the Wrong Lane! 71

Missing the Best and Worst 72

Chapter 12 Buy-Hold Myth #3: Don’t Be the Fool Who Sells at the Bottom 75

Mini-Myth: You Don’t Want to Miss the Rebound 76

Mini-Myth: The Rebound Is Equal to the Fall 78

The Two Fools of Mayberry R.F.D. 79

Which Fool Would You Rather Be? 80

Chapter 13 Buy-Hold Myth #4: Diversify Your Portfolio . . .That’s All You Need to Do 83

Put Your Eggs in Different Baskets 84

A Junk Drawer of Investments 86

Diversification Isn’t Enough 88

Buying a Drill Bit 89

Chapter 14 Buy-Hold Myth #5: You Won’t Make Any Money If You Sell and Sit in Cash 91

Cash Can Be Your Friend 93

Bewitched by Zero 93

That’s Not All 95

Security or Surfing? 95

Chapter 15 Buy-Hold Myth #6: You Haven’t Lost Any Money Unless You . . . 97

Shame, Shame, Shame 98

Mini-Myth: Future Appreciation 99

A Flat-Out Lie 100

Why They Don’t Want You to Sell 100

Why You Fear Selling 101

Buying Stuff Is Fun 104

Live to Fight Another Day 104

The Real Answer 105

Chapter 16 Bits and Pieces: More Buy-Hold Nonsense 107

“Ten Years” Twaddle 108

Can’t We Just Use the P/E Ratio? 108

A Word about Warren Buffett 110

Part Three: Buy, Hold, Sell: An Introduction to Sell Strategies

Chapter 17 What’s beyond the Buy-Hold Myth? 115

Not Market Timing 116

Even If You Could . . . 116

Trends and Tides 117

Chapter 18 The 200-Day Moving Average Strategy 119

How to Calculate the 200-Day Moving Average 120

The 200-Day Moving Average in Action 121

Backed Up by History 124

Returns and Risks 126

Using the 200-Day Moving Average 128

Why This Strategy Works 128

Why It Works EspeciallyWell for Investors over 50 128

Chapter 19 The Trailing Stop-Loss Sell Strategy 131

The Trailing Stop-Loss 132

Setting Your Stop-Loss Point 132

Stock Behavior 133

Beta and Standard Deviation 133

Take Tech Stocks, for Example 135

Chapter 20 When You Should Not Sell 137

More Event-Driven Market Drops 139

If You Can Point to a Specific Event . . . 141

If There’s More Than One Reason for a Drop . . . 142

The 2008 Bear 142

Use Your Sell Strategy, Unless . . . 144

Chapter 21 Sell Strategy Pros and Cons 145

False Alarms 145

The Financial Tornado Warning 146

Transaction Costs and Taxes 147

A Cautionary Tale 148

Put the Odds in Your Favor 149

Don’t Be the Hare 149

Chapter 22 More Reasons to Use a Sell Strategy 151

Bonus Reason #1 to Have a Sell Strategy 151

Bonus Reason #2 to Have a Sell Strategy 152

Real Life by the Numbers 153

Bonus Reason #3 to Have a Sell Strategy 154

Chapter 23 The Magic Number Strategy 157

How Strong Is Your House? 158

Your Magic Number 158

How Much Will You Need? 159

Calculating Your Magic Number 159

The Magic Number and the Musician 163

Chapter 24 The Rebalancing Strategy 165

Reap the Rewards of a Rebalanced Portfolio 167

Getting Off the Titanic 169

Chapter 25 Execute or Get Killed 171

It Doesn’t Matter Why You Sell . . . 172

You Can’t Climb the Pyramids 172

A Giant Bowl of Spaghetti 173

Remember New Orleans 174

Chapter 26 A Simple Action Plan 175

Chapter 27 Armed with Knowledge 177

P.S.: What Do You Think Will Happen Next? 180

Appendix 181

About the Author 185

Index 187

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Author Information

KEN MORAIF, CFP, has been named one of the top 100 independent financial advisors in America by Barron's Magazine (2012–2014). He heads up the financial and retirement planning firm Money Matters with Ken Moraif, one of the top 50 fastest-growing financial advisory firms according to Financial Planning Magazine. He hosts a weekly radio show, Money Matters with Ken Moraif, and is a frequent guest on CNBC and Fox Business. He has written for or been quoted by Forbes, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, MarketWatch, The Wall Street Journal, and more.

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Press Release

February 19, 2015

Advisor Releases Book, Outlines New Twist on Old Investment Philosophy

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Ken Moraif, CFP, senior advisor at the Dallas-based wealth management firm Money Matters, has authored and released a new book, Buy, Hold, and Sell: The Investment StrategyThat Could Save you from the Next Market Crash (ISBN: 978-1-118-95149-1)

 The book, published by Wiley, debunks the “buy and hold” investment philosophy, and outlines the importance of integrating a “buy, hold, and sell” philosophy instead. Moraif -- who called the 2008 market crash and advised his clients to get out of the market before the downturn -- is a steadfast proponent of the philosophy and frequently discusses its significance on his radio show, “Money Matters with Ken Moraif.”  

 In addition to demystifying certain investment approaches, “Buy, Hold, and Sell” explores the benefits to utilizing a sell strategy, how investors can recognize different trends or indicators that would signal a sell period, and how retiree investors can protect their portfolio.

 “Retiree investors have to be in the driver’s seat when it comes to their investments, no matter the market environment,” Moraif says. “One bear market can change a retiree investors’ life, but by understanding and being educated about the buy, hold and sell philosophy, it can help avoid losses that would otherwise ruin a retirement.”

 For those looking to build a sound financial plan for the long run,  this book provides expert insight and solid advice with supporting charts, graphs, statistics, and anecdotes. Ken helps readers with key themes as: 

Learn how to design a sell strategy to protect principal in the next bear market

Find clear-cut information regarding retirement finances

Discover the benefits of a diversified portfolio. This book expands upon old advice to provide the most important part of the equation: a sell strategy designed to protect principal.

 At Money Matters, Moraif works with his team in overseeing 5,000 pre-retiree and retiree client accounts (as of 12/31/14) that are spread across 11 offices throughout the country. Having been in the financial industry for the last 27 years, Moraif believes strongly in using sell strategies, and educates clients frequently on the importance of having a plan in place to secure their finances and peace of mind.

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