Navellier’s Growth Investor

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Karen Kyle
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Last summer I looked back for 5 years of blue chip and it was worth the price. I just looked at my form 5498 for 2016 it says $172,128. This is my Roth account. When I look at it today it’s 193,000. So I have no issues especially because I buy the account when it’s on sale. And I’m putting any more money in it as I retired the end of 2016.

Karen Kyle
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Sorry I did not read my review when I posted it. I will not put in anymore money to my Roth IRA account because I’m retired. I am fully invested in his portfolio. As I said I’m satisfied with the results. I have other accounts that I sometimes use other newsletters but also pick my own stocks. Can’t believe what I own in stocks.

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I have been very pleased with the Blue Chip Growth letter over the years. I’ve subscribed to 6 or 7 other newsletters and would rate this one as my first choice. After a period of focusing on index funds and not closely following the BCG portfolio for a year or so, in October 2016 I re-started my portfolio of Navellier’s recommendations by taking positions in his “New Buys” and “Top Five” recommendations. Now, nine months later, I have 20 stocks in the portfolio with an overall unrealized gain of 24%. The S&P 500 gain for the same period is 13.6%.… Read More »

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can someone update today performance?

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Excellent value for the investment advice given. The price is usually around $99 per year. I’ve been following for many years. This is Navellier’s more conservative investment letters and he wants you to have 60% in his conservative stocks, 30% in moderately aggressive and 10% in aggressive. This may somewhat limit the long term return but fits my risk profile as I’m approaching retirement. Although not always possible, he tries to buy and hold a stock for at least a year to reduce taxes. If you’re not as risk averse as I am, his Emerging Growth and Ultimate Growth letters… Read More »

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JOHN
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JOHN

I’ve subscribed since 1987. In an up market, his picks are great, and I just sell when he says and buy when he says. It works much better than when I tried to pick some of his stocks over others etc. Beware. He will cheer lead his stocks all the way through corrections and sound like everything is just cherry. Be prepared to lose 40% or more on major corrections. If you do hang in , don’t make the mistake of getting out at the bottom, because eventually his picks will rise. He will not in any way shape or… Read More »

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My experience is from some years ago. I subscribed to Blue Chip Growth for about 3 years, until 2009. At that time, Louis recommended that we sell our Apple stock. That stock later split at 7 for 1. I lost a ton of money by selling. 2008-2009 was the investment opportunity of a lifetime. All the Blue Chips were down dramatically. GE was at 7, IP was around 5, AA around 8, etc. Louis said these were all too risky at the time. I listened to him. We subscribers missed a stunning opportunity to profit. This was his specialty, and… Read More »

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I have been a member through a deeply discounted offer for all 5 services for 5 yrs., as a family it’s quite affordable. The Blue Chip service was $98/2 yrs., I bought ALGN, ASML, ISRG (post split), BAX, I just bought the new buys & as many of the Top 5 stocks & held on. He is very clear buy 60% conservative, 30% moderately aggressive & 10% aggressive which CC was aggressive so you had fair warning. I have made consistent gains w/his service that far outweigh the fees, he gives timely podcasts to market & client upsets & no… Read More »

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StLouis1
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I have had a subscription for over three years and I am more than happy with Navellier. If you buy when he says so and sell too when recommends this you will have pretty decent returns overall. The only issue is that his timing for the buys and sells is not always the best and I have developed my own algo to supplement his recommendations. This has turned out to be an excellent combination. My algo calculates best return per unit of volatility over different periods (it looks a little bit like a Sharpe Ratio).

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SEC charges Navellier & Associates with fraud The regulator said the Reno adviser’s marketing materials misrepresented returns Aug 31, 2017 @ 5:54 pm By John Waggoner The Securities and Exchange Commission announced fraud charges Thursday against Navellier & Associates, a Reno, Nevada, investment adviser, as well as Louis Navellier, its founder and chief investment officer. Louis Navellier began publishing analysis of growth stocks in 1980 and began managing accounts for institutional and individual clients in 1987. His Emerging Growth newsletter had top rankings from the Hulbert Financial Digest from 1985 though 2005. The $1 billion company manages several portfolios for… Read More »

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I’ve been a subscriber to Blue Chip Growth, now Growth Investor, for over 10 years now and I have been very successful with my clients. I am a major wirehouse advisor and this group of stock ideas fits well with retail brokerage clients. If you stick with the suggested 60/30/10 risk allocations, it usually will work well. Not every stock Louie picks is a winner but I would say 90% are. I like his “Buy Below Prices” but his new ideas seem to come a little late after there has already been some movement in the stock. I also really… Read More »

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Superb newsletter. Solid research. I have been a subscriber for a few months, and I highly recommend this newsletter.

Andrea Csrb
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I have read comments made by other investors on Louis Navalier’s publications. It seems that some investors think that one analyst should be correct all of the time. That is simply not possible. I was considering getting out of the market a few months ago, and was sitting on a pile of cash going nowhere. Quite by accident, I caught an interview with Louis on U Tube, and he was making alot of sense to me. I always cross check his buys with other research services. If there is a Buy Match among three, I buy. If not, I don’t.You… Read More »