Many people follow investment and risk management strategies similar to those advocated by Bob Brinker. I do not. However, to enlighten. Robert John Brinker (born ) is an American financial advisor and radio host. Since Brinker began publishing the Marketimer newsletter in If you’ve subscribed to Marketimer, please click the stars below to indicate your . I subscribed to Marketimer and listened to Bob Brinker’s Moneytalk radio.
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Learn how your comment data is processed. A search came up with this, which reviews the situation I was referring to: Brinker was a vice president and investment counselor with the Bank of New York from to I never forgot it. I do remember him saying the Brinker back in was the guy closet to picking the bottom of the market and telling his subscribers in was time to get back into the market back then. He was quite repetitive, and did have too many replay shows.
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I thought he got rude and confrontational at times. Has been right in the past but totally missed the October downturn.
Perhaps the core of the article: Mostly dealing with mutual funds. Brinker also became the play-by-play radio voice for La Salle and Villanova college basketball.
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He told everyone to go to cash at that time, so markstimer thought he was a good market timer. June 6, 7: I thought a lot of his advice was very good at the time but recognized that market timing and market calls are a fools errand. To others, the glass is half empty. Mostly mortgage, CDs, interest rates, ‘s stuff.
He basically follows a mostly bogleheads kind of approach. I noticed his market timer didn’t sell in which is concerning.
Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. I believe he does well consistently in the Hulbert rankings of stock newsletters. I agree his reading list is top notch and got me started down the right path!
Brinker missed the most critical timing call of my life time in Quite simple, Bob missed the call on the biggest bear market since the depression. I sold off the last of the disasterous QQQ trade this week as part of tax loss selling.
Last edited by timmy on Sun Dec 24, 4: Years ago, after we bought our first house, I would paint the rooms after a day of working. August 9, 9: I believe the individual fund picks are generally pretty good But he completely missed the top and telling people to get out back in Value For Price Rating from 14 votes.
I kept waiting for him to go to cash, but it did not happen. Sometimes He Whispers Jay Parrack. But it’s not really natural to take less-certain studies and advice seriously, is it?
He continues to write and publish his Marketimer investment letter, and says he is glad to “take his weekends back.