Simple, easy to implement program -- and it works.
Plus, when the markets are grinding up, I make some extra money on the side with your Select 20 stocks.
Then there’s your remarkable attentiveness to subscriber questions and interests, your usually right on commentaries, and not least your sense of humor.
What else could one reasonably ask for? What more could you want?
I use the portfolios you maintain as a core part of my investment strategy. The Select 20 Stock picks provide valuable input for my trades.
I still have a lot to learn but the most important idea I am working on now is to identify and trade those “systems” which work for me. I am rereading Van Tharp’s “Trade Your Way To Financial Freedom” to focus on me which is the key to consistent performance.
Thank you for all that you do and have a great 2013.
My uncle Bruce has been telling me to use your services and it’s taken MONTHS to consolidate my investments away from brokerage houses that have been bleeding me in fees.
My sister swears by you.
Can you simply start billing me [MORE]?
I was poking through my billings and subscriptions at Amazon Payments yesterday when I was stunned to realize that I am paying [the original introductory price] for your service.
I am not sure if this is an error or a benefit of my early subscribership.
Given that you are the brains behind my retirement portfolio, it’s ridiculous.
As a Core/Satellite Portfolio user I’m delighted to pay more/month.
I am a member since 2008.
I just want to thank you for these excellent podcasts. I listen to them multiple time when i work out or at work. It is refreshing to hear views on the market and the way the world works that sound realistic and lucid!
I have been trading and investing part time for many years now and i did all the mistakes. Now i feel i have learned the patience that will allow me to succeed.
Getting wiser and older certainly helps. But your work allowed me to get there much faster.
A beacon of light.
I subscribe to several other investment blogs, but am thinking of cancelling them as they come up for renewal.
I used to get into all that stuff, but it’s basically an ego trip… and gambling, at that.
You know what I have found? That when I've tried to time buys and trade, usually it’s more luck, or just buying when the market is rising, a trained chimp could do as well at stock picking. The only exception is deep value investing, and that takes the patience of Job, and years, decades, to accomplish. I don’t have that luxury anymore.
Your portfolio is like a security blanket.
thanks for the tools and the regular updates to help me see the bigger picture …
i love retracements (whichever direction); its truly a gift like what you say … and to weed out the weak hands …
the bulk of people expect the equity curve to go in one direction only .. ie. UP lol!
cheers T !
My future financial well-being depends on this subscription. I’ll never cancel!
You’ve given me a fantastic way to manage my portfolio and I’ll just continue on.
You are everyone’s best kept secret.
Put your strategy into ETF form and it becomes a trading vehicle. Or mass use makes the strategy underperform like GTAA. Not what I want to see.
Unfortunately, you are everyone’s best kept secret. Incentive is to keep it that way.
I refer you guys to everyone.
I love the site and your service. I’ve mentioned it to numerous physician and non-business friends.
Thanks for all the work you guys put in!
I am staying home today to catch up on the portfolio and start managing [my husband’s] two [retirement accounts] that have been lingering in cash all last year since wild swings over the last 3-4 years.
I had to be very patient over that year as his ego did not like to be dictated to by women.
He had read the blogs I insisted on; listened to some of your webinars, had read books on balanced portfolios etc. but thought he could do what his good friend does who sits all in front of a computer, like you do, and has years of experience at watching the swings. However over the last year he kept saying to [my husband] a major correction is coming; be in cash.
Well you know how that worked out.
Thank you for all of the work that Pete and you have done on behalf of your members.
My wife and I fit into one of the demographics you recently described – busy professionals. However, I try and make time every day to avail myself of the web site.
As an aside, I love the upgrades. I could go on in my praise with respect to your approach, intellect, research and work effort, but I will stop and just say thanks.
Took me five minutes to punch in numbers and rebalance my accounts.
Thanks for caring about your members.
Since becoming a member, I actually (for the first time) have confidence that I am doing the right thing with my savings.
I’ve been a member of your sites for the past four years, and, I must say, they just keep getting better and better. Although I am not active in the daily E-mini setup trading (maybe in the near future), the information you provide, such as the macroeconomic observations, good reads, and your own observations, are extremely valuable. You have quite remarkable insights.
A little over three years ago, at your other site, Invivoanalytics, I began to use your Power Tools in conjunction with eSignal. Slowly, I developed an investment process for individual stocks using your Stops and RMI Histogram, along with a few other technical indicators (and a screening process). The stops and histogram are very key components.
Compared to the floundering I was doing prior to joining your site, the success I’ve had since astounds me. I couldn’t have done it without you!
You two continue to do a great job.
I feel very fortunate to have found you three years ago.
One thing I can do is follow directions, which is why I’m enjoying following yours for the portfolios.
For the past two years, I have been involved in studying options, specifically using iron condors with the Russell 2000.
I have followed strict procedures, managed risk, and have been moderately successful, but I am ready for a change due to commissions, other fees, and too much time spent herding up the entire process.
Prior to that, I religiously followed your core/satellite philosophy. You saved us in 2008 and got us back in in 2009.
Here are some pictures of my new arrival #4.
Thanks for all of your help with our portfolios and their college fund.
What you do REALLY matters.
Thanks for helping so many people.
My little brother is right
I was browsing . . . [the reviews] just now . . . with a happy subscriber’s comment. Lo and behold I see my little brother’s comment scroll by.
He’s right; [Teresa] really is the real deal and a really good person along with it.
All of you reading this already know I recommend her advice.
You can’t go wrong there.
I continue to admire your work and all you give to it.
You should also know that I am most grateful to you because . . . I begged [my brother] for the last few years to subscribe and as you know, he has now, and is very happy though he cannot figure out how you do the very responsive customer service. I just continue to tell him that you are the real deal.
You may recall that I am “in the business” and his reliance on you takes a burden off me. I cannot advise him because I operate in a completely different time frame.
Anyway, thanks again for your work.
I gotta put in my two cents and say how much your service has allowed my to grow my investment and still have time for other things.
For years I’ve been looking for the holy grail in stock investing and what you do for us is as close as it gets.
Let others complain for lack of more hand holding. Me, I appreciate all that you’ve done for me.
Your service is absolutely the best!
I think that I have reached that point of wanting more time, a period in which I don’t feel or desire that urge to work so hard on selecting stocks after fifty-five years.
You are the only person I have ever taken advice from in those fifty-five years, which is a very big vote of confidence from me.
In 2008, before I subscribed to your service, I was a quivering wreck.
Now I’m able to sleep at night knowing I have done my best to diversify.
That doesn’t mean complacent … just grounded in common-sense rather than panic.