BOB BRINKER MARKETIMER PDF
Many people follow investment and risk management strategies similar to those advocated by Bob Brinker. I do not. However, to enlighten. Robert John Brinker (born ) is an American financial advisor and radio host. Since Brinker began publishing the Marketimer newsletter in If you’ve subscribed to Marketimer, please click the stars below to indicate your . I subscribed to Marketimer and listened to Bob Brinker’s Moneytalk radio.
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He carried the correct call around like a shiny trophy, but he missed the meltdown completely. Mostly dealing with mutual funds. August 1, So essentially he sold low and bought in high with several adjustments up and down in terms of percentages to ring the tax man’s bell.
Lost interest over time. The “market timer newsletter” seemed a bit of a scam even back then. ,arketimer For Price Rating from 14 votes. Will usually last through a few commercial breaks. Archived from the original on June 5, I subscribed to his newsletter for a while and enjoyed it.
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CXO evaluates financial gurus accuracy, here is the bib bringer review from https: This page was last edited on 23 Octoberat I love the radio show though. Mr Brinker, who also hosts a radio show of brinkfr same name, has a Wall Street background and the newletter has been around many years.
I always thought the personal finance questions from callers were entertaining. Our life is frittered away by detail I went to see it in person.
He then did master’s degree studies in communications and finance at Temple University and became a news anchor with Philadelphia news radio station KYW in Wasn’t he the guy who encouraged people to load up on a tech index fund of some kind which subsequently incurred a big loss, and then he kind of backed away from it and did not own up to it. No guarantees are made as to the accuracy of the information on this site or the appropriateness of any advice to your particular situation.
I sold off the last of the disasterous QQQ trade this week as part of tax loss selling. I never liked his style of interacting with people I lighted up on my stocks in earlyin part because of his influence. Learned a lot about no-load mutual funds, do-it-yourself investing, and later indexing from him. A search came up with this, which reviews the situation I was referring to: He used to talk about asset allocation a lot without ever defining it.
As nearly as I can tell, they are all the same in several regards: In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
Retrieved November 18, It is interesting to look over his newsletter, but I certainly would not pay for it.
Quite simple, Bob missed the call on the biggest bear market since the depression. His direction repaid the cost for the subscription many times over and has gotten me close to that ‘land of critical mass’. To some, the glass is half full.
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Man, times have changed. He basically follows a mostly bogleheads kind of approach.
Description Monthly newsletter with model portfolios, primarily mutual funds. Market timing ain’t like baseball. He’s by no means the same Bob Brinker today he was then.
February 17, 9: Brknker site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Years ago, after we bought our first house, I would paint the rooms after a day of working.
Views Read Edit View history. I believe the individual fund picks are generally pretty good Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen nineteen and six, result happiness; Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery. I took bits and pieces from each and came up with my own plan. I can also credit him for avoiding any shark attacks.