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Updated January 2, 2015:      

Detailed summary of Bob Brinker’s QQQ Advice for cash reserves
  • In Jan 2000 Brinker moved 60% of his equity portfolios to cash.
  • In August 2000 he moved another 5% to cash for a total of 65% in cash reserves.
  • He told subscribers to wait for instructions on how to use these cash reserves.
  • Then he said to buy the NASDAQ100 via the QQQ ETF when it was in the 80s!
Bob Brinker's "Follow-up Guidance for the QQQ trade."

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