Archive | July, 2004

Top Investment Performer

A recent message reviewed top performing major international stock markets and Michael Keppler's tactic for determining which equity markets offer the best value. These tactics are working well. The Standard & Poor's ranking below shows that Keppler advises four out of the top ten global equity funds (both emerging and major) registered for public distribution […] [Read Top Investment Performer]

Opps

A recent message reviewed the portfolio of Ted Turner and how it was similar to mine and held a large percentage of bonds. I forgot to add what type of bonds to hold. You can read that message at http://www.garyascott.com/archives/2004/07/21/1071/index.html But what type of bonds should one hold? One alert reader asked the following question: […] [Read Opps]

Williams Inference

Spotting trends is more important to financial success than picking good international investments. Finding hot social shifts is better than selecting good international stocks and bonds and a wise reader alerted me to some powerful trend ideas and a source of trend information that I want to share here with you. Here is what he […] [Read Williams Inference]

The Turner Touch

While researching a recent message, I stumbled across an interesting investment approach that a billionaire is using that matches my portfolio. Let’s call it the Turner Touch because this is how Ted Turner has diversified his wealth in this way. My research was about ethical investing and led me to a New York Times article […] [Read The Turner Touch]

Global Emerging Market Update

Once a month eClub expert Michael Keppler looks at all emerging stock markets and determines which markets offer top value (buy candidates), low value (sell candidates) and which are neutral. This is the July 2004 update. Friday's message looked at the top and low value major markets. The Emerging Markets did not perform as well […] [Read Global Emerging Market Update]

Global Major Market Update

Once a month eClub expert Michael Keppler looks at all major stock markets and determines which markets offer top value (buy candidates), low value (sell candidates) and which are neutral. This is the July 2004 update. Major markets recovered strongly after several months of correction. Over the month, seventeen major markets rose and only Switzerland […] [Read Global Major Market Update]

Galapagos Investment

The way to beat inflation is to buy things with limited supply and increasing demand. Here is an inflation fighting investment in the Galapagos that is guaranteed in three different ways. I recently received this note from my friend and attorney in Ecuador, Andres Cordova. Andres has helped many of our readers as well as […] [Read Galapagos Investment]

Inflation Beating Trends

Inflation is here. Interest rates and prices are rising. During the last strong inflationary trend. I simply recommended (and invested myself) investing in Australia, Germany, Japan, Switzerland and gold. Sure enough those currencies skyrocketed versus the greenback. Recent messages have looked to see if investments in Switzerland (no), Germany (no), Japan (no) and Russia (perhaps) […] [Read Inflation Beating Trends]

Inflation Investment Up 89.5%

Economic trends that create inflation are upon us. The last time this economic phenomenon was bad, I made a fortune because of international investing. I am trying to figure out how to react this time. In the last inflationary round, protection seemed easier because other major governments were not involved in excessive government spending. I […] [Read Inflation Investment Up 89.5%]

Swiss Investments in Inflation

Economic trends that create inflation are upon us. The last time this economic phenomenon was bad, I made a fortune because of international investing. I am trying to figure out how to react this time. In the last inflationary round, protection seemed easier because other major governments were not involved in excessive government spending. I […] [Read Swiss Investments in Inflation]