In each issue of the Investor Advisory Service, our analysts recommend three stocks for subscribers. In addition, we provide updates on companies previously-recommended by the Service, with news of recent results and several tables of information about all stocks currently being tracked. One of the items in the tables is a column labeled "Buy." But does this really mean a subscriber should buy that stock?
In the July 2010 issue of the Investor Advisory Service we recommended Syntel, Inc., a U.S. headquartered company that provides IT and business outsourcing services to businesses around the world. This small-to-midsized company had revenues in 2009 of $419 million, and had grown earnings per share at an annualized rate of 20.4% since 2001. How have the company and its stock performed in the year since that time?
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"Investor Advisory Service" Newsletter Named Second-Best in U.S. for Long-Term Performance
January 13, 2011
ICLUBcentral's stock investing newsletter, the "Investor Advisory Service," has been cited again by Hulbert Financial Digest for exceptional long-term performance in both up and down markets over the past 12 years.