Since 1966 Investment Quality Trends has provided investors the research, analysis and tools to identify high-quality, blue-chip stocks and to know when they offer good value. This is the information you need to make informed buy, sell and hold decisions about stocks for your portfolio.
Fifty-three years ago, on April 1, 1966, the first issue of Investment Quality Trends was published. At that time the investment newsletter world consisted primarily of The Value Line Investment Survey and Richard Russell’s Dow Theory Letters.
What was unique about Investment Quality Trends, known more commonly today as IQ Trends, was that it was designed specifically for the professional investment community, and its publisher and editor was a woman.This latter fact wasn’t widely known until 1977 when G Weiss, the pseudonym used by Geraldine Weiss, was introduced to the investing public by the late Louis Rukeyser on Louis Rukeyser’s Wall $treet Week television program.
The investment management philosophy of IQ Trends Private Client Asset Management (Private Client) is based on the investment concepts illustrated throughout the Investment Quality Trends newsletter, which are based on an original interpretation of the Dividend-Yield Theory, form the basis of the Dividend-Value Strategy.
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The investment newsletters on the Hulbert 2018-19 Investment Newsletter Honor Roll are those that have produced above-average performance in both above and down markets.
Though this Honor Roll is not the only way of slicing and dicing our performance data, I do urge you to give it serious consideration. Newsletters that have been on past years’ Honor Rolls have, on average, proceeded to outperform other services that did not make the grade.
But I would urge you to pay close attention to the Honor Roll even if the newsletters on it didn’t end up outperforming those that do not. That’s because the “slow-and-steady” Honor Roll newsletters are least likely to be ones that you stop following at inopportune times. That’s important, since the key to long-term success is actually following a strategy through thick and thin. It doesn’t do you any good to follow an adviser with a good rating if you dump him when the markets move against you.