Weiss Intelligence Portfolio
The Wall Street Journal reported that investors following the Weiss Stock Ratings could have outperformed those following all major Wall Street firms, including Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Standard & Poor’s and many others.
The Weiss Intelligence Portfolio harnesses the proven power of those ratings, along with our proprietary economic forecasting model.
With the combination of our Weiss Stock Ratings and our Bull/Bear Timing Model, investors could’ve beaten the S&P 500 by more than 4-to-1 over the last two decades.
And that was before the major upgrade we made in 2023. The result is that Weiss is probably the FIRST ratings agency in America to add artificial intelligence to its technology.
With the addition of our AI Performance Booster, the potential is more than 2.007 times better than the performance of our previous stock-picking system, which was already outperforming!
In the future, nearly every Weiss Ratings portfolio will use AI in some way or another. But for now, the only place you can access it … along with all our top technologies, in one place … is here.
Dr. Martin Weiss personally took the lead role in creating and implementing this major investment strategy for your core portfolio.
And he’s put Gavin Magor … the one person who knows the ratings and our technology just as intimately as Martin does … in charge of making the ultimate buy and sell decisions for the $100,000 he’s designated to benefit from this strategy.
The Weiss Intelligence Portfolio is a VIP, technology-driven portfolio meant for serious investors only. This is far more than a stock-picking service. It’s a portfolio approach to investing, designed to preserve capital and build long-term wealth that’s suitable for an IRA or any other retirement account.
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About the Editor
Gavin Magor directs a global team of research analysts and data scientists to ensure that the 52,000 Weiss ratings continually meet the highest standards of independence and accuracy. He oversees 10 separate mathematical models, designed to evaluate stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, banks, insurance companies and more.