Weiss Ultimate Portfolio

Each and every trading day of the year, Weiss Ratings updates its grades on nearly 10,000 stocks, continually making the ratings available to the public.

However, behind the scenes, there are two Weiss Ratings metrics that are not publicly available:

  • Each stock’s Performance Index, which evaluates its profit-making power in the next 30 days.
  • Each stock’s Performance Ranking — from No. 1 to No. 10,000.

With these two numbers as its primary tool, Weiss Ultimate Portfolio continually seeks to invest in the stocks that provide the ultimate in safety and profits.

Weiss Ultimate Portfolio invests in the top 10 among the nearly 10,000 that Weiss Ratings covers.

This helps ensure that investors get the ultimate, cream-of-the-crop stocks, representing not just the top 10% or even the top 1%, but the top 0.01% of all the stocks on the market.

In other words, the ultimate in quality, safety and profitability.

Since 2007, had you followed the Weiss stock ratings and the Weiss Ultimate Portfolio strategy for using them, you could have made a total return of 1,669%. That includes the periods when the market was down.

You could have beaten Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway by 6-to-1, and you could have outperformed the S&P 500 by  5-to-1.

To subscribe, call 888.606.1413 
or +1.727.380.1617 from overseas, Mon-Fri, 8:30-5:30 Eastern.

If you're already a subscriber, to sign in.

About the Editor

Even in the worst years for stocks, Tony was twice named “Portfolio Manager of the Year” by Thomson Financial. He was one of the first to introduce computer software for trading stocks. And in the early 2000s, he wrote “The Supernet,” providing a vision of the future internet that was far ahead of its time.

Weiss Ratings