Financial Advise Stock Market Crash Great Depression Inflation Deflation Bear Market Jim Shepherd's financial advisor service uses a financial investment model that 
		accurately predicts the financial long-term changes in the US financial stock market. The financial investment model used by Jim's financial advisor 
		service predicted both the 1987 and 1929 stock market crashes. Many other smaller interim financial moves also were predicted, including the
		beginning of the 2000 Bear stock market in late 1999. Both inflation and the current descent toward deflation, that was responsible for the great
		depression, are measured by this same financial investment model that has been used to predict both bear markets and new bull markets,
		far in advance of anything available in the U.S. financial markets.
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Jim Shepherd's Track Record

A Track Record without parallel. In fact we challenge any other investment newsletter to beat these market calls.

It is not in the best interest of the media or brokerage houses for the retail public to know that timing works. For a brokerage house they must have continual commissions coming in to "make their numbers" too! Also for the media such as a TV station, more viewers translates into a higher Arbitron number, which in turn allows them to charge more for the ads placed. To keep viewers involved they must project and be positive for expectation of ability to make more money in stocks!

Date Instructions to Subscribers What most advisors, newsletters and the media were saying What Actually Happened
August 1982 Buy Equities Continue to avoid equities. Stocks are Dead. Equity market began the great Bull Market lasting next 18 years
January 1984 Sell Equities, Move to Cash Get into stocks. The Bull market is starting (1/1/2 yrs late ... and wrong timing!) Market dropped almost 12%
July 1984 Buy Equities Buy and Hold Market moved up 131%
2nd Week of Sept. 1987 Sell Equities, Move to Cash This market has a long way to go! `Market traded in a narrow range for a few weeks
1st Week of October 1987 Crash Signal (Critical Mass) Issued with instructions on purchase of Options for leverage After the Crash: The crash was an aberration and was not foreseeable! On October 19th Market Crashed Jim and client's profits were as much as 130 times.
May 1988 Buy Equities Buy and Hold Market gained almost 50% to July 1990
August 1990 Sell Equities, Move to Cash Buy the Dips Market dropped 20% over next three months
January 1991 Buy Equities Buy and Hold Market proceeded to rise 52% over the next three years
March 1994 Sell Equities, Move to Cash Buy the Dips Market dropped 10% over the next two months
January 1995 Buy Equities, Dow at 3838 Buy and Hold Market began to rise
Last Week of May 1998 Warned of Market Weakness Ahead Buy and HoldI  
July 10, 1998
Voice update
Sell all stock that won't attract tax repercussions, Dow at 9105 Buy and Hold Market began down July 17th, ultimately dropping almost 20%
Late September 1998 Buy Equities Dow at 8028 Media was pessimistic and well known newsletter writers were telling their subscribers to get ready for a crash and buy puts Market moved up smartly beginning early October 1998, ultimately moving up another 30%
5th Week of October 1999 Sell Equities, Dow at 10,350 Buy US Govt. 30 Year T Bonds* Media and most investment advisors remained positive on the stock market into mid 2001, causing many investors to suffer very heavy losses. Dow peaked Jan 14, 2000. NASDAQ peaked in March. Our T-Bonds are already up 10% and are strengthing.
Dec. 2005 This is still a Bear Market for stocks Investor enthusiasm has risen to such dangerous levels, the Russell 2000 has now been carried to record highs Secular bear market continues to eat into investor's capital.
Feb 2006 Long T-Bonds continue to perform for us Up over 75%70.44% in T Bonds. No losses in equities.

Notes:

** Signals are not revealed to the general public for a minimum of six weeks.

Jim Shepherd
Jim Shepherd,
Founder and President
 
Barron's Online
Thursday, July 28, 2005 11:47AM EDT
U.S. Stocks Face Multiple Threats

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the cry would go out that "now is the time to buy gold."

Even though gold was essentially a losing proposition for more than a decade, it was still easy to find plenty of 'gold bugs' around. Every time gold moved up $10 or $20, the cry would go out that "now is the time to buy gold." The great bull market in stocks left behind many investors as they clung to the notion that gold would soon make them rich. Even today, it is easy to see this enthusiasm for owning gold just below the surface. Truly, it takes a lot to finally kill a belief. It is the same thing now with stocks.

Jim Shepherd from a Newsletter in The Shepherd Investment Strategist
January 11, 2002


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