Below, we’ve gathered a few articles featuring renowned growth investor Louis Navellier and his strategies to help you get to know him…
The adviser who recommended Google before anyone else is now touting this stock (MarketWatch)
How would you like to know which adviser was one of the very first to recognize Google’s long-term potential, within months of its 2004 IPO? Of course you would. And I bet you’d also like to know what he’s recommending now.
Go With the Big Mo (Barron’s)
Prominent examples of momentum-oriented advisors include Louis Navellier – whose MPT Review surged more than 4,200% over the 15 years through 1999 (nearly 29% annualized)…
Masters in Business Podcast With Louis Navellier (Ritholtz)
He began researching stocks in college, working on a project to create a cheaper alternative to the S&P 500. There was one small problem. They were accidentally outperforming the S&P 500.
Riding Amazon’s record run (CNBC)
Louis appeared on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” show, discussing top ways to profit from the Amazon (AMZN) boom.
More concerns for the U.S. dollar?
As Trade War Heats Up, Biggest Currency Whales Make Their Move
After shunning the common currency for years because of negative interest rates and the region’s persistent turmoil, reserve managers at some of the biggest central banks are now looking to add more euros…
We’ve been warning about General Electric (GE)… Do you still own shares?
The Long Shadow of GE Capital Looms Over GE
General Electric investors face another uncertainty: risks left over from the industrial giant’s once-massive lending business.
More than one in five surveyed college students are taking on student-loan debt and buying cryptocurrencies… What could possibly go wrong?
College students use financial aid money to invest in bitcoin
“Living on a tight budget, one would think students would spend that money on groceries, rent or school supplies rather than bitcoin and ethereum.”
And finally, one of the most fun (and perhaps most controversial) reads last week…
Cigarettes are the vice America needs
…smoking is a community activity for people who pretend to be misanthropes. The activity itself is fundamentally pro-social!
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With P.J. O’Rourke and the American Consequences Editorial Staff
March 28, 2018