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Sell-side analysts have long been one of my favorite whipping boys. Not because they aren’t smart, let’s face it, you don’t get a job as an analyst at one of the major firms without exhibiting some intellectual horsepower. No, my beef with the group is they are lazy by moving in a lock-step, lemming like fashion.
I know I’m not alone in this assessment, but I rarely see, hear or read it expressed in the financial media. To my surprise and pleasure, however, I came across a recent piece by Philip Van Doorn on MarketWatch, which I highly recommend you take a moment to read here :(https://www.marketwatch.com/story/why-you-cant-trust-wall-street-analysts-2018-05-08). This is an excellent piece of journalism in my view, and I think it will provide you interesting information and good food for thought.
The investment newsletters on the Hulbert 2017-18 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.