Don’t Settle For Less
The National Investor?
From 2000-2002, cumulatively, the S&P 500 was DOWN by 37.4% …
… but The National Investor’s recommended average portfolio was UP by 18.9%
In the year at the epicenter of the global financial crisis, the S&P 500 LOST 36.5% …
… that year, The National Investor’s portfolio ended the year EVEN, suffering no loss.
As Chris Temple likes to say,
I may not lead you to beating the market averages every single year, but if we outdo the market most of the time—and especially by preserving gains in major down turns when others are giving back theirs—then we’ll come out on top over time!
About Chris Temple
Chris Temple has set himself apart with his unique ability to make the intricacies of the markets and our world understandable to the average person, chiefly via his newsletter The National Investor. With over five decades in the financial and investment world, his commentary has appeared in Barron’s, Forbes, Investors’ Digest, among other publications.
What a subscription to The National Investor gets you:
- Bi-monthly issues of The National Investor packed full of information, analysis, strategies, and more.
- Supplemental Special Reports included occasionally to provide extra insight and stress on a particular market, strategy, or opportunity.
- Between-Issue Email Alerts to keep you on top of changing market trends with specific recommendations to individual stocks, asset allocation, ETF recommendations, and more.
- Personal communication with the team at National Investor as a resource to help you make the best decisions regarding investing, financial planning, etc.