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The Business Insider: The Money Game Michael Gayed's fund relied on just one market signal to book a huge profit when the coronavirus crushed stocks — and his returns are still soaring. He breaks down his simple approach to crisis investing.
  • Michael Gayed's ATAC Rotation Fund is always playing pure offense or pure defense based on just one market signal.
  • Gayed shifted all of his assets to bonds in January, before the coronavirus pandemic tanked stocks and sent bond prices soaring.
  • He shifted back to stocks in early April as equities began to rally.
  • Combined, he's returned 36% to investors based on those moves, crushing most other tactical funds.
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