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Article by James Glassman (stop giggling)

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A46271-2002Dec27.html

For the past 20 years, a newsletter ... called the Hulbert Financial Digest ... has been keeping track of the performance of other newsletters. Of the original ones it monitored, only 17 remain, and, at last count, the model stock portfolios of only three of them beat the market as a whole over that time: the Prudent Speculator, No-Load Fund X and the Value Line Investment Survey.


Also has a lot of recommended books (DH has a lot of them, and dissects Value Line as well). Perhaps someone could used one or more in their research.

arrete
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