What You Receive
- Daily Reports detailing companies close to their Buy At price, S&P 500 price to Buy At and Sell At relationships as indicated by the AI Algo, month-to-date and year-to-date performance, daily and weekly biggest gainers and losers.
- Articles exploring, in detail, the investment strategy used and the most interesting holdings both in the Risk Research portfolio and in the portfolios of the growth investment managers with the strongest ten-year performance.
- Weekly Reports with hundreds of pages of graphs, tables and succinct conclusions are published every month, organized so that you can understand our conclusions in a minute or two, and then dig into the details of any company of particular interest.
- Every few minutes, throughout the trading day, our AI pattern-recognition software updates the indicated Buy At prices. You can opt-in to auto emails notifying you when a stock falls to a buy level.
What It Costs
- Signup for the research for $1 for the remaining portion of the current month, and get full access to all SuperGrowth MultiBagger research consisting of eleven-page reports on each SuperGrowth MultiBaggers, and each holding in the portfolios of the ten growth managers with the best ten-year performance.
- Your card will be charged $1 any month the SuperGrowth MultiBaggers portfolio underperforms the S&P.
- For calendar months that the SuperGrowth MultiBaggers portfolio does outperform, your card will be charged $1000.
- There is also a $5,000 a year flat fee option.
You can cancel at any time. After your first month, if you should cancel prior to a month end, and the SuperGrowth MultiBagger portfolio has outperformed the S&P 500 month-to-date, your card will be charged the $1000. While past results are not a guarantee of future performance, historically the SuperGrowth MultiBagger portfolio has outperformed by a significant margin.
The probability of beating a benchmark for three consecutive years was only 2.4%-3.7%. Out of all the actively managed funds available in the U.S. (1,765 on average), only 30 large-cap managers, 10 mid-cap managers, and 20 small-cap managers possessed this rare skill.
We know the odds are against us . . .