A Sneak Peak At the Portfolio Grader 500

Last week, I let the cat out of the bag on my latest project, the Portfolio Grader 500. I did it a little earlier than expected, but judging from the response I’ve already gotten from many of you, I’m glad I did. In fact, I’ve heard from over double the number of people that I was expecting to! It’s clear that with stock picking growing more challenging by the day, we all like to have a leg up.

And that’s exactly what I am to do with the Portfolio Grader 500. If you haven’t heard already, this is my quarterly guide to the best and worst stocks for the first quarter of 2014, all packaged into one easy-to-read report. In this report, I cover the 250 A-Rated powerhouses, 250 F-Rated sell immediately stocks and a full directory of the best and worst stocks by sector. (Update: My team has just uploaded a sneak peek of the Q1 issue so you can see just how much the Portfolio Grader 500 has to offer–read it here!)

I cover a lot of stocks in this daily blog, but I know many of you also like to know more about other kinds of stocks—from large-caps to dividend payers and everything in between. My Portfolio Grader 500 report will help you with that, as well as the stocks I recommend you avoid at all costs.

Imagine it: At the start of every quarter, or at any time during the quarter, you can grab this handy reference guide and let it help you make informed buy and sell decisions. This new platform is unlike anything I’ve ever done—and it could make a significant impact on your investing win rate starting now.

If you currently subscribe to any of my premium newsletters, this handy reference guide is yours free. If you don’t but would like to have access to the PG 500, you can sign up for it here.

I’m putting the finishing touches on the Portfolio Grader 500 Q1 report as we speak and it becomes available on January 2, 2014. So all my current subscribers should watch their email inboxes closely, and everyone else can get more information here.


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