in ACCURACY: BERT'S FORECASTS in 2007-2008
People usually ask an analyst, “What have you done?
Show me a track record.” And then the advisor may pull out some
fictitious numbers showing huge gains.
Well, we don’t play that game. We want to show you
actual advice from Bert Dohmen:
Below are major forecasts of Bert Dohmen before and
during the turmoil of 2007-2008.
The actual issue is noted, the
headline is there, and the text is directly from the issue.
Letter April 3, 2007, headlined:
MAKINGS OF A PERFECT FINANCIAL STORM”
expect the "huge liquidity" everyone talks about to disappear in a
puff of smoke, or bankruptcies.
I believe that
this will be the great surprise of 2007. The argument for all the
bulls has been the great liquidity. When it disappears, the only
liquidity they will find is by selling assets. And that includes
Letter July 24, 2007:
FINANCIAL STORM IS STARTING”
our SMARTE TRADER service, we said that the latest upmove is
manipulated. The gains in some of the widely watched, major indices,
controlled by a few stocks was masking the subsurface selling of the
majority of stocks since the beginning of June. Only technical
analysis can tell you that.
chart of the S&P 500 shows the false upside breakout this month.
When a stock, or index, makes a new, important high, and then
reverses downward, breaking the previous high to the downside, it’s
a false breakout. These lead to very strong declines most of the
time. In June, that’s exactly what we were looking for. We said
there will be new highs in the indices, but they will be false
It was the exact top, followed by a very severe market decline into
Oct 15 Wellington Letter: Headline:
Top of the Rally!
Goldman Sachs and some other firms bought in a big way to produce
the rally, they will now sell to get rid of what they bought,
as they realize that the credit crunch is not going
away, that the economy is weakening, the consumer is feeling
stretched, corporate profits will reach zero growth, and then go
negative. They are not “long-term hold” people.
that the masses are very bullish, and mutual fund managers are
buying, these firms have someone to sell to.
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS index (daily) has exceeded the July high. Our
view was that we could see a false upside breakout in some of the
indices. False breakouts are denoted by a return below the breakout
level within about 5-7 days. And that leads to a sharp decline. So
far, all the evidence suggests that this was a false breakout.
rally since August was engineered and manipulated. The volume was
much too low to suggest that it is a normal continuation of a bull
market. A rally after a plunge on lower volume is the hallmark of a
“secondary top,” which is then followed by a more serious, and
longer term decline.
“rising wedge” formations on the charts of several broad indices are
ominous. The NASDAQ rising wedge was just
penetrated to the downside, which strongly suggests that the top is
in place, and that a meaningful decline is ahead. The prudent
investor will act accordingly.
As we know now, the 5-year bull market top was made
on Oct. 11, 2007, two trading days before the date of this issue.
30 Wellington Letter headline:
DON’T GET TRAPPED!
Fed will cut rates, but the market will decline, probably sharply,
In spite of all the obvious and significant
negatives, optimism is almost at euphoric levels.
InvestorsIntelligence.com takes a weekly survey of investment
advisor sentiment. On Oct. 24 it showed
that the bulls retreated to 56.5% after reaching a 34-month high the
previous week at 62.0%. That 62% is rare and usually only seen at
Nov. 12 Wellington Letter:
"BEWARE OF BOTTOM-FISHING!"
The NASDAQ was manipulated upward in the last stage
of the rally in November. It was easy to do this with primarily a
handful of stocks, such as Apple, RIMM, Google, Amazon, etc. This
kept the vast majority bullish, while the pros were selling and
selling short. We called it an “engineered bull trap.” In fact, our
October 30th issue, at the time that everyone expected a
rate cut by the Fed a few days later to start another strong upmove,
was headlined: “Don’t
The trap for the bulls slammed shut. Usually it takes
a year from the start of a recession before the recession is widely
Therefore, don’t be like the economists on TV, who wait for that
recognition to give you a sell signal. And don’t go bargain hunting
unless you are a trader or an active investor who knows how to trade
December 5, 2007
Wellington Letter was headlined:
"THEY DO RING A BELL ON WALL STREET-although a little late!"
It is often said that they don’t ring a bell on Wall
Street when it’s time to sell. Well, actually they do, but you have
to listen closely. On Nov. 27, the bell rang.
Goldman Sachs downgraded 17 major stock sectors.
Never have we seen such a massive downgrade by a firm on one day.
Instead of focusing on the sectors and whether GS is right or wrong,
we should focus on the message: Wall Street is now done selling
their own huge portfolios, and they are nicely positioned to profit
from a bear market.
In mid-July we declared a bull market top had been
made, and just before the plunge, headlined the issue
The rally from August to October was the
“distribution” rally, which lured the less sophisticated money
managers into the market, and gave Wall Street the buyers onto whom
they could unload.
This means that from now on there will be less
support for the market. Wall Street found the “bagholders” and Wall
Street firms are now free to make money on the short side. In fact,
GS can now become outright bearish in its forecasts without hurting
its own portfolios.
The reality is that we are seeing the greatest credit
contraction in the history of the U.S., one which is still in the
early stages. Credit contractions are brutal.
There is usually no place to hide, except ultimately T-bills.
December 14, 2007
THE FED DOESN’T GET IT!
The Fed is targeting its “Fed
Funds rate” at 4.25% now, but all the government’s debt instruments,
except for the 30-year bonds, have lower interest rates. This is a
very unnatural state of affairs. The Fed has to get in gear with
market forces. The bulls now talk about a
“soft landing” for the economy. Yes, and it will be in quick sand
and mud, and possibly a brick wall after that.
It is now obvious to me that we face a very long and
possibly deep recession. Furthermore, we will see a bear market that
few think is possible. A 50%
decline in the DJI (from this year’s high) is a good possibility.
But it will take time.
There will be bank failures, forced mergers, and
governmental bailouts. Our largest financial institutions will see
significant portions of their stock owned by foreign entities before
it’s over. The U.S. is now continuing the path of its long-term
decline into irrelevance, which started in the year 2000.
The denial of reality on part of the Fed is
absolutely astonishing. The industrial world has never seen a credit
crunch of current proportions. The CEO of Wells Fargo said that
"conditions in real estate have not been seen since the Great
Depression," commercial real estate is now starting to cave in,
because over-leveraged real estate speculators cannot make debt
payments. The retail sector is in great distress. Banks are refusing
to lend to each other. The problem is distrust and lack of
confidence. Everyone is afraid of bad surprises.
A declaration by the world’s central banks that they
will be “lenders of last resort” would lift confidence. It would be
like the FDIC insurance on your bank account: you’ll probably never
need to use it, but it gives customers confidence.
We will see an avalanche of poor corporate results
published over the next 12 months as the economy goes into
recession. Be prepared, and profit!
December 27, 2007
Wellington Letter headlined:
THE RECESSION HAS STARTED!
The write-downs of bad investments for Wall Street
firms are getting bigger. On Dec. 19, Morgan Stanley reported
results. The write-down increased from $3.7 billion announced last
month to $9.4 billion. That’s a huge increase. It means that the
situation is worsening, which has been our point for months. The
write-down meant that it had to raise new capital quickly in order
to meet capital requirement.
I have written in these pages over the past month
that we are now in a recession, while the majority of economists
said we won’t have one even in 2008.
The Japanese bubble, which burst in 1990, was
produced by 1% interest rates. The U.S. bubble was produced by 1%
interest rates as well. Japan has
now had 17 consecutive years of declining real estate values. That’s
deflation! The U.S. bubble however was much bigger, and much more
extended. Therefore, the aftermath of the burst bubble should be
worse than that in Japan.
MARKET FUNDS ARE DEFAULTING
we have been warning about since July finally happened—a quasi money
market fund for institutions stopped redemptions. Columbia, a unit
of Bank of America, says it is shutting its $12 billion Strategic
Cash portfolio. Imagine, just months ago it had been a $40 billion
IMPORTANT POINTS FOR THE NEW YEAR (2008):
A number of huge bubbles have burst. Once a bubble
bursts, it can’t be reflated. The problem is not subprime, or
mortgage resets; it’s excessive leverage employed by Wall Street
and other participants in the mortgage derivative markets.
The government and the Fed are creating different
programs to rescue the credit markets.
None will work. Excessive
leverage and excessive debt must be liquidated through bankruptcy.
Lending shaky borrowers more money just postpones and adds to the
A bear market doesn’t start from one day to the
next in all sectors of the economy and the markets. Money flows
from the obviously weak sectors to those that are remaining
strong. But one by one, the
ripple effect starts to deteriorate all sectors. You don’t
see the strong sectors pulling up the weak ones as the economy
weakens. It works the other way around. So, don’t be fooled by the
areas that stay strong.
The bulls point to the strong international
economies, counting on them to support the U.S. Yes, the petro
dollars accumulated abroad will be recycled, many to help large US
financial companies stay alive. But that only prevents disaster.
It doesn’t produce a bull market. The interest rates these foreign
investment entities are demanding are sky high. Only a company on
the edge of insolvency would pay it.
Once the August lows in the major market indices
are broken, we have huge, long-term top on the charts. All the
stock above that level will then become potential supply for
selling if the indices should poke their heads back into that
area. Large tops lead to large declines.
In the economy, it’s always a chain reaction. The
high oil prices (along with well financed lobbyists) produced the
ill-designed subsidy program for ethanol. This caused grain prices
to soar. That makes it unprofitable to raise farm animals, causing
shortages of meat and dairy products. This causes much higher
prices for these products (wheat has tripled) and cheese (which
has doubled) produces pressure on restaurants, causing them to
raise prices. This comes at a time that the consumer is already
eating out less. The combination of lower demand and higher costs
cause that industry to suffer. That causes more restaurant workers
to lose jobs, etc.
SUMMARY: When credit availability contracts
significantly, a recession or worse is inevitable. And now we are
seeing the greatest credit crunch since 1930, not only in the U.S.,
but worldwide. The implications are very serious.
Dohmen, Dec. 27, 2007)
NOW FOR THE GOOD NEWS:
The above clearly shows that Bert correctly identified the major
trends of 2007, but also the exact tops, plunges, and rallies. This
is only possible using sophisticated technical analysis, something
which 95% of the traditional analysts have never studied, and
therefore dismiss as “voodoo.”
With Bert's help
you can make great profits during these times. He will help you
avoid the traps which Wall Street sets for investors, and show you
how you can make great profits whether stocks rise or plunge.
TRADING A HISTORIC MARKET CRASH
The track record of SMARTE TRADER speaks for itself. The results have made it the premier and most successful subscription service for short-term traders available anywhere.
The chart shows some of the timing recommendations in the year 2000. You can see for yourself how much that advice would have been worth to you.
The bear market of 2000-2002 was the most devastating market decline, in terms of dollars, in history. Wall Street continued to advise investors to “hold for the long-term.” Well, that advice cost many investors utter devastation of their retirement nest egg. And it had nothing to do with the attack on 9/11. But our subscribers were prepared. They sold and sold short.
In 2002 one of the leading mutual fund families had over 16% of its huge stock holdings with a loss of 90% or more. So much for “Buy and Hold.”
But one group made significant profits: short-term oriented traders, either professionals or those who had the advice of the best professionals in the business. And that includes subscribers to SMARTE TRADER.
SMARTE TRADER helped investors and traders avoid the traps… and profit from the sharp declines by selling short. It’s the happiest bunch of investors you’ll find anywhere. In fact, in early October 2000, I compared the NASDAQ chart to that of gold in early 1980’s. The similarity to the gold crash was striking. Here is what I concluded:
When the NASDAQ Composite was near the 3000 level, Bert warned that it would eventually decline to 1500 (the high had been over 5000). That prediction was considered “extreme”, but that target was reached!
You see, chart patterns reflect human emotions: fear, greed, complacency are all depicted. And these emotions always repeat. If you know how to interpret the charts, you will be far ahead of the crowd.
This chart shows his major forecast of important turning points in the year 2001.
Subscribers know that Bert usually, but not always, catches such turns within 1-2 days.
Note how he pinpointed the bottoms of declines, and then the rally tops. For a trader, it is important not to be perpetually bullish or bearish. The market goes in waves. A trader must go with the waves. You must be like a champion surfer: when the wave runs out, you get off.
AFTER THE CRASH: GOING AGAINST THE CROWD
Look at September 2001. After the terrorist attack of 9/11, there was gloom and doom everywhere. Bert wrote at the time, that once the stock markets reopened, after a brief shake-out the market would rise strongly. It did!
The Nasdaq Composite rose 42% over the next 10 weeks. His “buy signal” of Sept. 24 and 27 (depending on the service) were right on. Subscribers smiled as the perennial “gloom and doomers” stayed on the side, and short-sellers were bloodied. For Bert’s subscribers it was a great opportunity.
And in early 2002, Bert advised to sell short again, just when Wall Street had turned bullish. The subsequent decline was devastating for those following Wall Street advice. The plunge didn’t stop until October that year.
Technical analysis shows what the insiders are doing. These insiders are the first to know when business is deteriorating, when their company is running out of cash, that the doors for new financing are closed, etc. Wall Street analysts won’t tell you that until you have lost most of your money on the stock. But it takes years of experience to interpret the signals correctly.
Bert analyzes the markets 8-12 hours a day for you, using the most sophisticated analysis techniques. As a subscriber to SMARTE TRADER you will have confidence in your trades. You will know that a pro with over three decades of trading experience is on your side.
REFLATION and BERT’S BUY SIGNAL
An experienced trader has no preference whether to buy or sell short. After closing out all short positions in early October 2002, SMARTE TRADER advised buying soon thereafter. The bottom of the devastating bear market had been seen. He wrote:
“Very interesting is the fact that the close on Oct. 9 was 776.76 (on the Dow). We round that up and we get 777…the closing low on the Dow in the big bear market of 1982, 20 years ago, was 776.90 on Aug. 12, 1982. This is 777 rounded off. Coincidence or a signal?”
You see, they do “ring a bell on Wall Street.” Our technical indicators gave very loud “Buy” signals. In spite of all the skeptics and “gloom and doomers,” we got on board. The bottom of the worst wealth devastation in history was in place! In early January, 2003, Bert wrote a headline: “REFLATION BRINGS OPPORTUNITIES.”
He wrote: “Yes, they do ring a bell on Wall Street. And this one will go down in history as the one that changed the investment markets for many years to come.” I turned very bullish on gold and wrote in January 2003: “This could be one of the most important investment areas for investors for several years… After having been bearish on gold for 21 years, except for the intermittent rallies which lasted up to one year, I am now a gold bull.”
SP 500/ 2001-2004
Over the next 11 months, gold stocks soared. Look at some of these gains: Newmont Mining +70%, Bema Gold +207%, and Gold Star +283%. The HUI Gold Bugs index of mining stocks was up almost 72%.
In early January 2003, I also strongly recommended the homebuilder stocks. At the time, Wall Street was bearish on the complex, citing that the “housing bubble” had burst.
Over the next 11 months, this was one of the strongest groups. Here are some of the gains
on my recommended stocks: D.R. Horton +137%, Ryland +148%, Centex +113%, Toll Brothers +99%, etc.
Such gains are certainly better than the 1% offered by money market funds… or even the single digit gains produced by the majority of hedge funds this year, which charge you heavy fees, such as 20% of the profits, plus a management fee.
AN INCOMPARABLE TRACK RECORD
In January of 2005, national magazines carried the story that some of the well-known billionaires of the world had sold the dollar short in excess of $20 billion, expecting a further decline. But Bert predicted a sharp rally in the US dollar, stating that these billionaires would lose billions of dollars in their short positions. The dollar rallied. Bert was right!
For the same reasons, he advised selling international bond funds, which had done so well for subscribers as the dollar declined in 2004. It was very timely advice.
Once again, ask yourself how much the above advice would have been worth to you in just the first month of the year? The subscription fee is inconsequential in comparison.
This is the kind of advice that makes SMARTE TRADER a favorite for professionals and amateurs alike.
You can easily see that the “long-term hold” approach which Wall Street preaches doesn’t work. In fact, it can lead to financial ruin. For the next several years, you have to be a trader, or active investor, to make money in the markets. And that’s what our SMARTE TRADER can do for you.
"While most investors Weep, SMARTE
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HISTORY OF A TRACK RECORD
When the market topped out and reversed direction on
April 23rd, 1998, a "sell" signal was issued by Bert Dohmen, the founder of the
award winning Bert Dohmen's WELLINGTON LETTER.
|Commentary on June 16,
1998: "The way the blue chips were kept down today while the rest of the market was
strong is indicative of a short-term bottom. As you can see everything is being engineered
for a good rally the rest of the week."
|On January 24, 1997, Bert
Dohmen declared that a short term market top had just been made and that even if the blue
chip indices made a slightly higher high over the subsequent weeks, the broad market
should undergo a strong correction. As it turned out, January 22 was a short term top in
the broad market. The correction in many sectors was severe over the next 3 months.
On May 2, 1997, Bert Dohmen issued a fax alert to
subscribers to immediately get fully invested. He declared that a "melt-up",
rather than a "melt-down" predicted by the bears, would occur.
|Recommendation made on July
11, 1997: "Fixed income investors should consider the Zero Coupon mutual funds, such
as the Target Funds offered by the American Century Mutual Fund Group. The Zero Coupons
are in effect a leveraged play on long-term U.S. Treasury Bonds. A gain of 50% over the
next 3 years is probable.
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The Bert Dohmen Story - How A Contrarian Has Beaten The Wall Street Pro's Again And
Again. With His Advice, You Too Can Prosper In Bull And Bear Markets!
When Bert Dohmen first began releasing his
forecasts and recommendations to the public, his views were greeted by the Wall Street
establishment with skepticism. Why? In the first issue of Bert Dohmen's Wellington Letter,
in early 1977, he predicted a bear market. Wall Street considered it impossible. Only 3.8%
of investment advisors were bearish (Investor's Intelligence, Larchmont N.Y.). Yet a 15
month bear market started.
Bert Dohmen soon got noticed by The Wall Street Journal
and the press, as well as some of the most successful investors in the U.S. and overseas.
Since that time, he has been advising
thousands of investors and business leaders. And he's regularly sought out by the media's
astute insights. Why? Because of his uncannily accurate forecasts.
AN UNMATCHED TRACK
With over 38 years of investing, Bert Dohmen has refined
his predictive models to pin-point changes in the markets. Many of his predictions were
totally out of line with the advice being given at the time. Yet, he was proven right time
and time again. Here are just a few of his calls over the years:
- January 1977: Dohmen predicted the 1977-78 stock bear
market, which lasted 15 months. He also forecasted the roaring bull market in gold, which
peaked at $850 an ounce in 1980.
- In 1979, he was one of the handful of analysts to forecast
a then-unbelievable 21% prime rate. The rate was only 11.5% at the time.
Yet in 1980,
the prime rate reached 21.5%.
- In 1981-1982, he predicted the deep recession, the
spirited recovery and the Reagan economic boom of the mid-1980s.
- In 1983, Bert Dohmen forecasted that the Dow would reach
3400-3600 by the early 1990s. His prediction was right on target.
- In December 1986, Bert issued a "buy"
recommendation on stocks, and in an interview with Business Week, projected a target of
2700 for Dow Jones Industrials in 1987. The Dow reached Bert's 2700 target in August
1987, peaking at 2722.
- On October 19, 1987, the day of the crash, Dohmen issued a
Special Bulletin, predicting that the next day would be the low of the crash, presenting
superb bargain hunting opportunities. He advised "It's still a bull market."
- In December 1989, Bert Dohmen warned in a Special Bulletin
to sell. Two weeks later, the Dow started a 300 point plunge.
- In January 1990, Bert said, "Time to sell
Japan." The best-known fund, GT Japan Growth, lost 48.2% in the following 3 years.
Then, in December of 1992, Bert recommended buying back into Japan funds, and the GT fund
has gained 49.6% since that "buy" signal.
- In May 1990, Dohmen announced that a recession had
started. A year later the National Institute for Economic Research confirmed that the
recession began in June 1990, just as he had pinpointed. None of the well-known
forecasters recognized it.
- In July 1990, Bert pinpointed the market top at 3000 and
gave a total "sell" signal on stocks FIVE days before the Dow began a 650-point
- In November 1990, he issued a "buy" signal on
biotech funds. Oppenheimer Global Biotech then proceeded to explode upwards,
179.3% from his "buy" signal to his "sell" signal in January of 1992.
- In January 1992, he issued a "sell" signal on
all Health/Biotechnology funds on the exact day of the top in this sector. Over the
next five months, this sector declined 40%. In May 1992, Bert said, "Regional bank
mutual funds are the next hot area." Fidelity's Select Fund has since gained 52.5%.
- In March 1993, Bert recommended precious metals, such as
Lexington Strategic Investments Fund. The fund is up 267% in 18 months.
- In September 1993, Dohmen advised "exiting all U.S.
income funds now." In the ensuing 12 months, bond funds lost 23.8%,
the worst 12
month performance in U.S. bond history.
- At the beginning of February 1994, Bert Dohmen recommended
exiting the U.S. equity market. By late September, 75% of all stocks on the NYSE had
declined 20% or more from their peaks.
- Hong Kong and China investments were hyped by Wall Street
in 1993. In January, 1994, Bert gave a sell signal on the emerging markets, including Hong
Kong and China. In early February, the mainland Chinese markets crashed 80% to 90%.
Bert's clients were safe once again.
- The derivative bubble burst in 1994 when the Federal
Reserve tightened. Orange County filed bankruptcy. Clients of the major derivative player,
Bankers Trust, sued the bank for multi-million dollar losses. Bert Dohmen had warned about
the derivative bubble in late 1993.
- On November 11, 1994, Bert issued a sell signal on Mexico
and Latin America. He had stayed out of those markets in 1994, but almost every Wall
Street analyst had these markets on their buy list. Bert felt compelled to issue a
strong sell. Several weeks later, Mexico crashed into a depression, dragging many Latin
American markets with it. Mutual Funds investing in those areas declined 50% - 60%. Bert
Dohmen's clients were safe.
- In the summer of 1995, Bert Dohmen warned to get out of
high technology stocks by the end of August. His analysis: Windows 95, the new program of
Microsoft, had been hyped to the extreme. Computer manufacturers had double and triple
ordered components, causing shortages. Everyone expected a huge influx of PC orders, in
order to run the new Windows version.
Dohmen stated that businesses would not convert quickly, as their current software was
running nicely, on their current equipment. Therefore Windows 95 sales would be
disappointing, and the anticipated PC boom would not occur. As we know now, he was right
In the first week of September, the high tech boom
fizzled, and many stocks lost 50%-70% over the next several months.
- The January, 1996 Outlook issue, Bert Dohmen wrote:
"...1996 will bring some exceptional opportunities for investors. There will be some
sharp, scary corrections, but they will be brief. Each one will present a new buying
At that time, many Wall Street
analysts were bearish, saying that a good year like 1995 could not be followed by another
good year. They were wrong.
- On July 5, 1996, the market had an abrupt decline. Bert
Dohmen goes by the theory that when the market does the opposite to what the indicators
suggest, its time to pay attention. The next market date, Bert Dohmen recommended to his
TRADER subscribers to sell short a list of high technology stocks he gave them.
Over the next three weeks, as Wall Street was taken by surprise, and the technology and
small company stocks plunged, SMARTE TRADER subscribers actually profited
- In late July, a high profile market analyst was featured
on national television with a sharp change in her previously bullish forecast. She
predicted that the market would decline another 20%-25%. Bert Dohmen took that as a signal
for the bottom of the correction, and together with his other indicators, confirmed that a
bottom was in place. Short positions were closed out, and new purchases were recommended.
As we know now, the bottom presented a perfect buying opportunity, as the Dow Jones
Industrials soared over 1,300 points going into the end of 1996.
This is a sampling of Bert Dohmen's forecast over
the past 20 years. His forecasts usually go against the crowds, but their accuracy is
proven fact. But Bert Dohmen is the first one to state that anyone that expects a perfect
forecasting record is looking for the impossible.
The mark of a good analyst and advisor is
that when he is wrong, he recognizes it, and through proper risk control, minimizes the
damage. The best market traders in the world, who make millions of dollars a year for
themselves, state that maybe only 20%-30% of their trades are profitable. The others are
losers, but them make money because they cut losses short. Risk control is the name of the
game to investment success.
You'd have to look hard to find someone
with more respect among his peers and grateful followers than Bert Dohmen.
Why is Mr. Dohmen so respected? He's the advisor
- Met with Presidents Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford and Jimmy
Carter, as well as Dr. Milton Friedman, Ambassador Vernon Walters, Presidential economic
advisors Dr. Beryl Sprinkle and Dr. Jerry Jordan.
- Been quoted for his expertise in Barron's, The Wall Street
Journal, Investor's Business Daily and scores of other publication.
- Been rated #1 Market Timer by Timer Digest.
- Outperformed a buy-and-hold approach of top no-load mutual
funds by up to 399 percentage points.
- Has been a special guest on Louis Rukeyser's "Wall
Street Week," CNN's "Moneyline," and others.
- Been described in a Dec 8, 1986 issue of Business Week as
"a pro who thinks it's time to stock up on stocks (just before an 800 point upmove in
the Dow Jones Industrials.)"
- Been one of the world's highest-paid investment advisors
(at $1,800 an hour.)
- Been praised by Wall Street Transcript as one who has
"gained an international reputation for his accurate forecasts on the economy and
major investment markets."
More importantly, he is now making his
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