The "Wall Street Money Letter" is a newsletter using proprietary cycle analysis. The unique difference of this newsletter is that it uses and focuses on our longer term cycles. Our other newsletters focus on the shorter term directional movement of prices.
When we first started the "Wall Street Money Letter" in 1980, the Wall Street Money Letter was a monthly service which consisted of a brief comment on the investment markets and specific stock recommendations. We now have added our unique cycle analysis covering various time cycles of various investment sectors and indices. Each time we add an Index, we explain how we believe you should utilize the sector to your best advantage. The Wall Street Money Letter uses several strategies:
Our Cycle Value features will use a "Dollar Cost Averaging" strategy in all recommended purchase positions. Since the portfolio represents issues with high consistent earnings, markets moving down should represent an opportunity to add to existing positions at discounted prices. On a weekly basis, we comment on the various columns assigned to each issue and evaluate the entry or exit points based on the cyclic confirmation buy, sell or hold recommendation of the investment model.
The Investment Cycle represents our longer term cycle, whereas our Primary Cycle is a faster cycle which could anticipate changes within the longer term cycle. Our Early Warning Cycle usually anticipates changes in the Primary Cycle. Example: The best time to buy any stock that has been moving down is when it stops moving down. The first evidence that a stock has stopped moving down would be our Early Warning Cycle turning up, followed by an upturn in the Primary Cycle and the Investment Cycle. The first evidence of a stock, which has been moving up, and is about to move down would have the Early Warning Cycle moving down first followed by its Primary Cycle, then its Investment Cycle.