Investing Wisely -- Update with Recommendations and Personalized Follow-Up

By: Steve Bauer | Sat, Apr 23, 2011
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Update & Recommendations:

In my previous Update, a couple of weeks ago, I continued to provide support that a General Market Bearish Inflection Point was long over-due. I have also stated, in my commentaries, that - this marketplace - looks a great deal like the middle of 2007 or perhaps even closer to the October 2007 top. This statement is supported by Fundamental valuations, Technical analytics and Consensus data.

This "topping" process took over 6 months in 2007 to develop and is taking that amount of time this year, once again. Nobody has made money in mutual funds in either of these time frames. So, I just keep sharing and trying to help.

Last time, 2007 - I was still in retirement and had only a few Clients and no Followers. Today is much different and I once again have a great clientele and many, many followers. So this time, I intend to participate, by investing in this pullback with highly selective bearish investment security recommendations. Remember, you can Buy Inverse ETFs in retirement accounts.

You will be notified when - it will be something like: Houston it's a Go - we are airborne ...

(Repeating) The general market is currently over-valued, over-bought and is showing very serious signs of deteriorations, especially in the area of breadth. Interest rates are on the rise, and inflation is already a grave problem. This means that you must consider holding cash or perhaps taking bearish positions.

I sincerely hope you maintaining the ever more necessary - patience and discipline - to prosper in this crazy marketplace. My experience is that, few will be able to make it through this "rare" time period in the history of the stock market and be profitable when it ends.

You are also invited to follow my - Personal / Private Blog. It is boring but accurate and profitable!!/InvestRotation


Quick Overview of Sectors and Commodities:

This will be posted here in about every two weeks. For a more frequent view you might visit my Personal / Private Blog - Wednesday evenings - as well as in my / Instablog - Sunday evenings:

Current Investment Commentary


Something to Ponder:

Two thoughts ... Repeated

First, if you do not understand my continued warnings about "Selectivity" - I suggest you let me know and hopefully via an Email dialog I can be of help.

Second, I invite you to begin reviewing my Freshman year's - Course of Study of the Dow Jones 30 Industrial component companies. Each week I will rotate through 5 of the companies and over a six-week period all will be reviewed. We will then continue to review - 5 at a time, and do that weekly for about a full year. You will have homework assignments, and I can promise that, even if you are a seasoned investor your annual bottom line will improve. And if you do not do your homework, I can easily explain to you -- that is why most investors and nearly all traders lose money! This Course of Study is right here in

If you would like to have further information on my work / analytics or perhaps my professional asset management, mentoring or consulting - services ...
I would appreciate your sharing just a bit about yourself and your investment objectives,
Just send me an Email, and I will respond promptly.

Thank you for your time in reading my "stuff" and continued interest in my work / analytics.
Smile, have Fun - "Investing Wisely",



Steve Bauer

Author: Steve Bauer

Steven H. Bauer, Ph.D.

Steve Bauer

Steve has several degrees, i.e. post graduate degrees and doctorate and a great deal of (too much) continued education. For seven years, he did a stent as a University Professor of Finance and Economics.

Dr. Bauer also writes for His articles can be viewed at:

He owned a privately held asset management firm and managed individual investor and corporate accounts as a Registered Investment Advisor - for over 40 years.

Professionally he is a financial analyst and private asset manager / consultant / mentor.

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