Navellier’s Emerging Growth

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Joe
Joe
February 3, 2009 2:56 pm

I have subscribed to emerging growth for a couple of years now. This newsletter is on the pricey side, about 1k per year. Unless the market drops as it has done and like most newsletter writers, they drop their price substantially, I assume to raise capital to invest new money in the down market. Anyway, I do okay with this one, not great, but I only invest money in the top 10 stocks. This is another newsletter that has you invest in 50+ stocks. It takes a substantial amount of money to spread it around that much. And I assume like Louis’ other newsletters, he hangs on to stocks way too long and you ended up riding the stock down due to his positive comments. He almost makes you afraid to sell some of the stocks with his upbeat and positive remarks on the stock and the market in general.

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February 8, 2009 7:53 pm

In Oct. 2007 his picks were almost universally wrong. Maybe I just caught him at the market peak. SYNA, VDSI, VIVO, etc., they are small caps and when the market turns south you get slaughtered.