Still 2/3rds cash. If the markets putting a base down, you might feel confident to buy the dips and wait, rather than buy following a Nas good day when the market makers make most profit by marking up the prices at opening.
Look for shares with sufficient risk/reward in the movement of the price, and then for reversals..........buy, and get out on profit. If it rises further, so what, you got your profit in your back pocket. No use waiting for the sure reversal downwards.
These are still volatile days.