Ultimate Growth

Author/Editor: Louis Navellier

Publisher: Investorplace


Small-cap growth stock monthly newsletter, has a large recommended portfolio of stocks that screen well for earnings growth, earnings momentum, revenue growth, analyst estimate increases and “beats”, and other metrics Navellier focuses on. Navellier’s Quantum Growth was a previous newsletter with a similar strategy.

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Ben Richardson
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Ben Richardson
January 30, 2009 3:25 pm
I subscribed to Quantum Growth for 1 month beginning on 9/21/08. As part of the subscription, I received the “my 5 best Quantum Growth Doublers”, as described below: “Get full details on my 5 best Quantum Growth doublers. I will tell you the trades that I expect to double the quickest in this incredible market rebound. I will send you the next 4 issues of Quantum Growth, all for a 66% savings. But you have to be signed up by Monday.” To this date, 1/29/09, four of the 5 doublers have never risen in price above the price they were… Read more »
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fred
February 11, 2009 1:20 pm

subscribed briefly. made no money. watched picks decline in value. disappointment.

Lee99
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Lee99
February 14, 2009 11:01 am

Tried this service for 3 Months. Followed all the buy and sell recommendations. Lost 30%.
Louis’s strategy seems to be
1. Buy a stock,
2. Watch it go down 15-20%,
3. Sell,
4. Go to Step 1.
All of Louis’ “Quantums” were quantum downers.

Abbass Sekhavat
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Abbass Sekhavat
February 18, 2009 9:28 pm
The review I wrote for Emerging Growth in fact I meant to be for this Letter “Quantum Growth”. The Letter is very pricey, not a bit worth the money paid for it. It is like a monkey throwing the darts. In a good market it is OK’ in a bad market?? I wish I never new about it. It said buy, buy,buy and the stocks kept going down, down , down. I even don’t look at the recommendations anymore. It seems that, when it said buy,buy,buy some big money were selling, one wonders how somebody who supposed to be an… Read more »
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Peter
March 25, 2009 10:27 am
I almost feel sorry for the guy because we’re all piling on him, but then he’s the one of the hyperbolic claims in his spam email — I mean hyperbolic even by the standards of the newsletter industry. I learned about him after reading “The little book that makes you rich” and I liked his quantitative approach. So I gave a couple of his services a try in the period April-August. Granted this was a terrible period in the overall market, but he was hyper-bullish throughout. I paper-traded his recommendations and they significantly underperformed the market. And he has the… Read more »
Louis Nevallier
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May 8, 2009 4:16 am

No need towrite a review go look at the website

James Wood
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James Wood
May 21, 2009 2:57 am
It is a question of philosophy. Navellier’s stock picking essentially works by scanning historic, fundamental data, such as quarterly earnings and revenue growth etc. Problem is, he does not consider technicals at all. For example, is the S&P500 (or the particular stock we’re looking at) in a well defined down trend. He is a perma-bull and his service assumes a bull market, which as we have seen, is not always the case!! So what you find is that his companies are all fundamentally strong, with good potential, but they only work when the market trend is up. In fact in… Read more »
John
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John
November 30, 2009 11:10 am
Had this advisory during 1999-2000. Navellier’s advisory then was the MPT Review. It did pretty well of course in 1999 but you could have done the same with an Index fund. During the bubble collapse in 2000 he kept saying to buy and buy tech issues. His saying on the hotline was the “best defense is a good offense.” Yea right. If you would have followed this advice you would have been wiped out. The current high price Navellier newsletters cater to folks with a little money who think they are getting something exclusive not available to the trailer trash… Read more »
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DCCSYR
December 15, 2009 5:21 pm
I started with Louis Navellier a decade ago and did well in a bull market with Emerging Growth & Blue Chip Growth. About three years ago I decided to trial Quantum Growth and did well enough to subscribe at “only” $2500/year. Not blaming him for the bear or the recession, I continued. To summarize my results, in this rebounding market I have $65,000 in YTD losses and only $9,000 in gains on current positions. He just offered a two-year subscription for something like $3500 (I forgot the amount & deleted the email.) The losses exclude the trade fees, with about… Read more »
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DCCSYR
May 28, 2010 6:40 pm
I subscribed to this service in Spring 2008 when Louie’s pick did well for me. Obviously, a month’s trial is hit or miss with any newsletter. But, years before I was a successful subscriber to Navellier’s Blue Chip Growth and Emerging Growth. Unfortunately, I bought a two-years half-price subscription to Quantum. Now, granted 2008-2010 have not been stellar year’s for the market. But, 2009 returned about 20% and my portfolio lost about 12%, mostly due to QG picks. In hopes of improvement in his performance (hey, for $2500/year he must know something, right?), I followed him through May 2010, only… Read more »
Andy
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Andy
November 28, 2010 8:22 pm

I have been a Blue Chip subscriber for years. He provides reasonable data which combined with portfolio grader is a good source to begin your own “due diligence”. Can’t blame Louis for organizing data effectively. However, Quantom Growth is a waste of good money IMO. You would due better to take your $5000 and go to Las Vegas.

Doug
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Doug
June 15, 2011 12:54 pm

I’ve tried it a couple times when it was on sale. During Bull periods it outperforms and I made a lot of money following it. During downturns it is terrible. I’ve tried all 4 of his letters with similar results. I keep a subscription to Blue Chip Growth when on sale to have access to Portfolio grader.

Dlst
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Dlst
June 16, 2011 11:51 am

Doug, I have subscribed to various Navellier letters over the last few years and I do not recall any difference in access to portfolio grader when subscribed or not. Is there a different version of it available when subscribed?

I am not currently subscribed but have access to the below PG site:

http://navelliergrowth.investorplace.com/portfolio-grader/

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