Why August 31, 2013 may be the day to sell your favorite stocks

There are two surprising reasons why you should consider selling your favorite stocks before Labor Day. Or so says one 49 year-old “oddball.” He’s staking his reputation and money on it, so you may want to hear him out…

Dear Fellow Investor,

There’s something I want you to do and somebody I want you to meet.

For specific reasons I think you’ll soon understand, I felt this introduction shouldn’t wait.

You see, while this fellow is something of an oddball, I think you’ll find what he has to say compelling and instructive. You might even find you share in his current predicament and can benefit from the surprising solution he has proposed.

He’s not selling anything, and I think you’ll find him credible. So why not give him five minutes of your time? Then you can decide if what he says makes sense—and what you want to do when August 31, 2013 rolls around.

Don’t worry, this is no
shadowy “Investor X”

He’s not some “mystery man” hiding behind a silhouette. You just say the word, and we’ll make an introduction. I’ll share his full name… his unorthodox educational and professional background… even his financial and personal goals and ambitions.

In short, I’ll pass along everything we discussed in a series of private consultations. You’ll find it all checks out. He has even authorized me to forward you copies of his official account statements at Charles Schwab, if you’re interested.

But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. First, let me tell you a little about him and the rather cheeky proposal he made to me during our most recent conversation. Then you can decide if it’s worth a few moments of your time to pursue a relationship.

Tell me if any of
this sounds familiar…

My name is Louis Navellier. I consider myself a fairly accomplished judge of character and ideas. Especially on the subjects of money and investing—having spent more than 35 years in the investment business.

That includes a successful career as a stock analyst and portfolio manager dating back to the late 1970s—and 26 years as chairman of Navellier Associates, where we manage high-net-worth accounts totaling in excess of $3 billion.

You may recognize my name from my frequent spots guest hosting CNBC Squawk Box or from my appearances on Nightly Business Reports. Maybe you’ve seen my name in The Wall Street Journal or Barron’s or USA Today.

Maybe we’ve even met and spoken in person. If not, I hope we will very soon. Though already I feel I know a few important things about you. For example, by virtue of simply reading this email, you’ve already told me that…

You’re a self-directed, “take-control” type. You’re open to new ideas. But you’re also likely a bit of a skeptic. I also suspect you’ve worked hard for your money and have managed to accumulate a decent amount of wealth.

Which is not to imply that your work is done. Or even that you have set aside enough to guarantee a comfortable, worry-free retirement—especially given the low yields currently offered by risk-free CDs, U.S. Treasuries, and other fixed-income investments.

That’s a tall order for anyone in these times. Frankly, the days when you could simply plow your hard-earned cash into “low risk” bonds and Treasuries and confidently live off the coupon payments are gone.

And that’s a real shame for all U.S. investors. But it can be downright troublesome for those of us who are approaching retirement, but who also…

  • Look forward to many years, even decades, of active living …
  • Have amassed an unwieldy collection of stocks, bonds, and mutual and index funds in our investment portfolios, or…
  • Suffer from a third, more-insidious affliction we’ll discuss at length over the next few weeks (some might dismiss it as a “good problem to have,” but it can wreck havoc on your long-term wealth)

If any of that sounds like you, you’re not alone. It describes the gentleman I’m writing to introduce you to almost to a T. In fact, it’s precisely the problem he brought to me, along with a surprising proposition, some weeks ago.

I admit I admired his moxie…

It was a bold and unusual proposal, as I think you’ll agree. Frankly, I had my doubts. Yet the more we fleshed it out, the more I realized that the solution he was proposing might actually be one of life’s rare “win-win-win” situations.

If implemented correctly, this surprisingly elegant plan could simultaneously…

  • Help HIM address a vexing financial problem… navigate a naturally stressful period of his life… and maybe even put his mind at ease…
  • Help ME resolve an unforeseen and seemingly intractable issue that has been eating away at me for much of the past year—while in the process…
  • Help YOU solve a problem my most-demanding clients have assured me is as their single, most pressing concern getting invested in this market

Most important, by taking the guesswork 100% out of investing, this simple solution can give you the confidence and peace of mind you need to STAY INVESTED–and never risk missing out on the market’s best days.

I know that must sound almost too good to be true. I don’t blame you for being thorough. I’ll explain everything. All I ask today is that you keep an open mind. At least until you’ve heard the full story, preferably from my new “client” directly.

That’s why I’m reaching out to you with this unusual letter—to ask your permission to make a formal introduction and bring the three of us together. If you’re interested in hearing more, please take a moment to leave me your email address below.

I’ll be back in touch shortly…

There is no obligation on your part. No credit card or trial subscription required. Nothing.

And just so we’re 100% clear: Under no circumstances will I share your information with anyone. When you leave me your email address below, I’ll simply forward you a brief note that will break down my friend’s situation in his own words.

If nothing else, you’ll hear why I describe him as an “oddball”—and can decide for yourself whether I exaggerate when I say that he is about as qualified to judge the quality of investment advice and research as anybody you’re likely to hear from.

More important, you’ll get the full details on what we have in mind for you between now and August 31, 2013—including some basic ground rules we’ve agreed to follow and exactly what you will be asked to do if you decide you want to hear more.

I won’t steal his thunder. But if you think you might want to hear more, I will ask you to consider this: Would you be interested in a unique investing solution that…

  • Takes the guesswork out of investing–ENTIRELY…
  • Shows you step by step exactly what stocks to buy… how much to buy… when to buy… and even when to lock in your gains—with a laser focus on growth and SAFETY.
  • Allows you to follow along and “mimic” the performance of my most-exclusive, most-demanding high-net-worth clients (including my newest "client" who you’ll hear from shortly).

If that sounds like something you could use, click the link and tell me where to send your information.

Of course, you’ll also hear the two surprising reasons why August 31, 2013 really might be your best opportunity to pair back your holdings in years—maybe decades. Then you can make an informed decision.

Add your name to the list.So please take a moment to click the link below and let me know how to reach you. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

Louis Navellier

Louis Navellier

P.S. When you say the word, I’ll also sign you up to receive the latest research my team and I are developing exclusively for investors who express interest in following along with this unusual project between now and Labor Day 2013. Then, just as soon as it’s ready, I’ll also provide you private access to a dedicated website we’re creating expressly to help you navigate today’s uncertain market. You’ll find it’s loaded with actionable advice and recommendations you can use to grow and protect your wealth. Again, I contact you just as soon as it goes online, and it’s yours free with no obligation whatsoever. Just tell me where to send it, click here now.

P.P.S. Again, there is absolutely no obligation on your part. And nobody will have access to your email address. Unless or until you specifically instruct me otherwise, all communications will come directly through me. So if you think you might be interested, click here now. You really have nothing to lose.

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