The Power Elite

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Most Wall Street advisors say you have to buy a big basket of stocks for the sake of diversification.

They also tell you to buy and hold even when your stocks are dropping like a rock.

But the realities of our times have repeatedly proven those approaches outdated, wrong and downright dangerous.

Jon Markman, editor of The Power Elite, takes a very different approach.

Among the thousands of publicly traded stocks on the market today, he finds that, on average, no more than 35 deserve your time, attention, and money.

In The Power Elite, you’ll discover you don’t have to buy a big basket of sucker stocks for the sake of diversification …

And you don’t have to trade every day — or worse yet, buy and hold forever — to make money in the market.

Jon Markman’s mission is to help you turn the tables on Wall Street and beat them at their own game.

When you heed his wisdom, you don’t chase trends or chase after the “hot” stocks you hear about from the talking heads on TV.

You don’t have to time the market or watch squiggly lines on a stock chart as they bounce around daily.

Instead, Markman aims to buy unloved but high-rated stocks at steep discounts. 

And he finds what’s called the “Pivotal Point” — legendary trader Jesse Livermore’s uncanny way of knowing when a stock (or the market as a whole) is about to change direction.

Jon and his software developers have programmed the “Pivotal Point” into their computer model. So, he can know when to buy and when to sell. Plus, the Weiss stock ratings tell him which stocks are at the top of their game.

You see, at Weiss Ratings, our business model is different from Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s, and Fitch.

They get paid by the companies they rate.

We have never taken — and never will take — a dime from the companies …

Prompting Worth magazine to say, “Weiss’s record is so good compared to that of its competitors, consumers need look no further.”

And Esquire to say that Weiss is the “only one providing grades with no conflicts of interest.”

All told, The Power Elite could be the ideal alternative to Wall Street’s carny games.

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About the Editor

Jon D. Markman is winner of the prestigious Gerald Loeb Award for outstanding financial journalism and the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi award. He was also on Los Angeles Times staffs that won Pulitzer Prizes for coverage of the 1992 L.A. riots and the 1994 Northridge earthquake. He invented Microsoft’s StockScouter, the world’s first online app for analyzing and picking stocks.

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