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Without doubt Stack is a smart and accomplished man. This stated, I am not sure that I understand his allocations. I put them in the Morningstar “XRAY” analysis and the tool basically puked. He is clearly focused on the US market and does little in the way of international diversification. I am not sure I understand this approach, though clearly it has worked.

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I have subscribed for over 20 years and benefited by #1 excellent economic and market analysis with historical perspective and good char6s and graphs; 2) very good risk-adjusted returns; 3) side-stepped the ’87 crash and sat out the latter part of the tech bubble, preserving capital; 4) easy to follow portfolio with few trades/allocation changes. Highly recommended.

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I first became aware of Mr.stack during his interview by Lou Rukeyser (WALL STREET WEEK) about 1983. I had been trading on my own account in the stock market for over 15 years then, but I was impressed by the savvy of this young man. While I tend to be a “Graham & Dodd” investor, I recognized the value of technical analysis and the disciplined trading approach of James Stack . I subscribed to INVESTECH RESEACRH. Even after over 30 years, I find I value Stack’s opinion even more.

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