For ideas that generate long-term returns well above overall market averages, few newsletters can match the Investor Advisory Service's track record.
Investor Advisory Service Named to 2016 Investment Newsletter Honor Roll
For an unprecedented seventh straight year, we are pleased to report that the Hulbert Financial Digest has named the Investor Advisory Service to its Investment Newsletter Honor Roll.
In order to be included on the Honor Roll, a newsletter must exhibit above-average performance in both up and down markets since March 31, 2000. Just 16% of all newsletters tracked by the Hulbert Financial Digest qualified to be included on the 2016 roster.
For the period from March 31, 2000 through November 30, 2015, the Investor Advisory Service stock picks gained an annualized 10.4% compared to 4.5% for the Wilshire 5000. This record is good enough to be ranked #3 for overall return among the 12 newsletters on the 2016 Honor Roll.
According to Mark Hulbert, “The most important reason to pay attention to the HFD’s Newsletter Honor Roll, in my opinion: It helps you steer clear of particularly risky services that, even though they may produce stellar long-term returns, require more intestinal fortitude to follow than most investors possess.”
When it comes to providing greater returns than the market during both bull and bear cycles, few newsletters can match the Investor Advisory Service record.
Long-Term Investing Success
According to the Hulbert Financial Digest, as of July 31, 2015, the Investor Advisory Service continues to deliver success for subscribers over the long-term, besting the market averages in the prior one-, three-, five-, eight-, ten-, fifteen-year, and lifetime periods.
In the last three years, the Investor Advisory Service stock picks have outperformed the major market indexes, earning an annualized 22.0% compared to 17.0% for the Wilshire 5000.
In the last ten years, IAS picks have earned 10.7% annually, compared to 7.9% for the Wilshire 5000.
And in the past 15 years, the Investor Advisory Service picks gained 10.9% a year, while the Wilshire 5000 only earned 5.2%.
There are scant few stock newsletters that come close to the ongoing stock-picking success of the Investor Advisory Service. Download a sample issue and subscribe today!