4-Day Gains of 30% for 2011 and 2010 Performance

A couple of days ago I showed you how a stock I had been in and out of for over a year had performed since recommending another entry point in the January 2011 newsletter. In the first three days since the issue was released, the stock soared by some 25%. Today, the fourth day, as the Dow sold off and the Nasdaq posting minute gains, this same stock moved up even more. After four days, it has now soared to 30%. 

Notice how I show the performance of the suitable index over this period to demonstrate true outperformance, unlike most other newsletters, which report only the gains without showing your the performance relative to the appropriate index. 

(the performance of the Nasdaq is shown by the red line)


Below, I will post the performance of securities I recommended in 2010.  This list will be added to over the next couple days, as I compile the recommendations and document the performance. 

 (the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average is shown by the green line)


 (the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average is shown by the green line)


The first stock (blue line) was recommended in the November issue. The second stock has been discussed many times as a long-term hold, but we have recommended in and out positions over the course of the year. In December, we reiterated a buy for new subscribers and others who may have traded out of it previously. We reiterated buys on both of these stocks in the January issue as well. This second stock is also the one that has gained 30% over the past four days since the January issue was released. 


(the performance of the Nasdaq is shown by the red line)


We have helped investors who have been subscribers for over a year record significant gains in these two stocks. After recommending sells in late 2009, we recommended new positions in August, and reiterated this sentiment in both the December and January issues. As you can see, shortly after we recommended these stocks, they soared. 


(the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average is shown by the red line)


The next stock is a dividend security, so we did not expect it to appreciate by much, at least until it raises its already high dividend. Regardless, it has appreciated nicely since November. 


(the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average is shown by the red line)


 (the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average is shown by the red line)


Because the total of investment gains is determined not only by adding up how much you made, but by adding up how much you lost, the newsletter discusses risk management extensively. Considerations of risk and avoidance of loss are frequently overlooked by most investors. However, risk management is arguably the most important consideration to make. As well, it discusses stocks to avoid. The next several charts illustrate how Mike has been able to record a near flawless record on his analysis of stocks to avoid. 


(the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average is shown by the red line)























Finally, because no one is perfect, the newsletter did have a loser in 2010. However, this relatively insignificant when you add up all of the winners (we did not show all of the winning recommendations because this process would take a very long time) and add up all of the losers we avoided, hopefully you can see now why Mike is so highly regarded. 



We have kept subscribers in the market for about 90% of the time since Mike advised the entire world to start buying the Dow at 6500 in March 2009.  

Mike warned that the Dow would collapse to the ~6200 level by the first quarter of 2009. Then he told investors to start buying at the bottom.

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Going back to 2006, with the release of America's Financial Apocalypse, when gold bugs were talking about a real estate bubble, Stathis was warning of a depression and a global collapse of the financial system and capital markets.

He was predicting gold at over $1400, silver at over $30, oil at over $100, real estate prices to collapse by 30-35%, and the Dow to collapse to the 6000 level.

He recommended shorting Fannie, Freddie, and other mortgage stocks which are now 0, as well as the homebuilders and banks in Cashing in on the Real Estate Bubble, released in 2007.

He warned of an inflationary depression that would cause the entitlements programs to take center stage as America's long-term challenge.

He was the first person to uncover the Washington Mutual heist by JP Morgan and the Fed.

He was the first person to expose the forced buyout of Merrill Lynch by Bank of America.

And much more.  

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