Even for experienced investors, active trading can be a tough sell. Too often, we assume it means hours in front of a computer screen every day, monitoring stocks for a profitable movement. And it can (and does) mean that – at least for some people. Fortunately, there are many shades of gray between die-hard buy-and-hold and fast-paced day trading. One of those shades might be called active asset allocation, and while it requires keeping a trained eye on the markets, it doesn’t have to become a full-time job…which is a good thing, because most of us already have one of those!
Interested in learning more about how to get active in your portfolio? We talked to Larry Berman, an experienced technical analyst and co-founder of ETF Capital Management and the Independent Investor Institute. Check it out in my new article on GoldenGirlFinance.com.