Why do so many
financial advisors ultimately disappoint their readers with poor
Now, billion-dollar fund manager Ken Kam has uncovered the
definitive, logical answer . . . and is using it to earn stellar
profits of 50%, 69%, 75%, even 125% for his clients.
(Ken Kam's mutual
fund, Firsthand Funds, rose more than 600% from 1998 to 2000,
growing to $1 billion in assets under management.)
One Forbes writer says
Kam's idea is "a brilliant solution to a thorny problem . .
. the inability of financial advisors to outperform the market
over a sustained period of time."
And now, as a
preferred Forbes customer, you are cordially invited to try
Ken's unique idea, which he calls "Marketocracy."
get access to the latest issue of Marketocracy Marketscope,
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the newsletter publishers don't want you to know.
is based on a concept that, on the surface, seems blatantly
obvious, but is in fact quite original and ingenious.
It's this. . ..
The reason that all
financial advisors run hot and cold is that NO system, style, or
strategy works in every market.
Makes sense, doesn't
it? After all, a guru who specializes in gold isn't going to
generate a good return for his readers when the yellow metal is
in a bear market.
So, if you stick with
one single system or advisor, you'll eventually start to lose
money (often a LOT of money) when his luck runs out.
And that's where Ken
Kam has a better idea, which he calls Marketocracy,
meaning "Market Democracy."
is really a democratization of the investing world,"
"There are all of
these great stock pickers out there that you never hear about.
By selecting the most competent of them and then riding the
hottest ones while they're on a streak, you can make a lot of
Ken's approach in Marketocracy
is to help his readers find out who the best-performing
investors are today, and buy only the top stocks in their portfolios!
was an idea Ken had years ago, but has only recently been made
practical thanks to the new online technology.
Using the Internet,
Ken and his team built a database of 70,000 successful investors
in every U.S. state and 75 countries. For 4 years, the Marketocracy
database has tracked their activity over 12,000 stock positions
and 5 million trades.
These top investors
weren't picked by throwing darts at a board: they all boast
enviable three-year track records, many of them profiled in the
pages of Forbes and Business Week.
The list includes. . .
. . .Kevin Fravel,
whose Fravel's Mutual Fund returned 127% gain since inception
compared to a 40.7% loss for the S&P 500 during the same
. . .Colin Williams's
portfolio of health stocks gained 86% in one year vs. the
S&P 500 Healthcare Index which lost 5% during that time.
. . .John Woodbyrne, a
bond trader whose picks generated a 12-month return of 160%.
advisory service analyzes and ranks the performance of these
55,000 investors monthly ... and selects the top 100 for
our "M100" list -- representing the 100 investors in
the U.S. who are getting the best returns for the month.
We then give you their
top picks, which are added to our "M100" Portfolio.
For instance, we made:
* 125.62% profit on
* 50.44% profit on
* 73.06% profit on
* 62.57% profit on
* 58.61% profit on
* 75.87% profit on
* 69.08% profit on
Nordic American Tanker.
here to find out what the top stock pickers are buying and
Own shares in the companies the 100 most successful investors
are buying today!
tracks the buying activity among the top 100 investors each
month . . . and recommends those companies that are seeing
significant buying activity from these top investors. Explains
Ken: "I founded Marketocracy to track the
investment decisions of the best investors in the world and then
to invest with the best."
The companies Marketocracy
is recommending today include:
** A global
telecommunications giant with voice and data networks that link
over 200 countries and 6 continents. Within the last 2 1/2
months, the M100 investors have increased their existing
positions in the company by over 20%.
** An energy company
involved in international offshore drilling and exploration of
developmental oil and gas wells. Reacting to the news of ongoing
shortfalls in oil and natural gas supplies, and the skyrocketing
price of a barrel of crude, M100 investors increased their
holdings in this company by 54% over the last 2 weeks.
** Another oil play,
this company owns a fleet of 42 tankers that transport seaborne
crude oil. The company has a market cap of $1.18 billion and a
P/E of 8.8. The M100 investors have increased their holdings in
this company 50% over the last 6 months.
To find out what else
the M100 is recommending, click
How to double your
stock market profits at half the risk!
Since its inception in November 2001, Marketocracy's
"M100" Portfolio is up 71% . . . compared to a paltry
5% return for the S&P 500 during that same period!
In 2003, the Marketocracy
portfolio returned 51.5% compared to 25.4% for the S&P 500 .
. . but it carried a beta of 0.53 vs. the S&P 500's 1.0 -- almost
double the profits at half the risk!
Now you can benefit
from the insight of the M100 with Marketocracy
Marketscope newsletter, a comprehensive analysis of
the M100's outlook, strategy, and strongest stock selections.
In every issue of Marketocracy
* Stocks & Stats -- the companies the
100 hottest investors are buying right now, and the reasons why.
* Timely Stock Alert Updates -- performance
and trading activity recaps of recommended stocks from previous
* Sector Focus -- a close-up look at the
sectors in which the best investors are finding the most
* Market outlook -- trends and insights
from the M100.
* Focal Point -- tips from editor Ken Kam
to help you become a better investor.
For as little as 41 cents a day, you can
get current, up-to-the-minute stock picks from today's
investment masters . . . the top 55,000 in the country, and more
specifically, the 100 investors whose portfolios are generating
the highest returns right now.
It's a strategy that's both safe and
profitable, beating the S&P 500 8 out of the last 11
quarters, with about half the risk.
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