The Investment Strategy BLOG

Although Mr. Birkelbach is no longer associated with the investment business, there have been many requests for a continuation of his dialogue in the tradition of the Investment Strategy Letter.  This blog is an attempt to continue that legacy. Carl is now among the few calling for a New Bear Market in his Lone Bear Letters, that began in January 2015 with a Dow of 17,750. He believes the economic blast from the recent tax cuts to the rich, that caused a $2 trillion dollar increase to our debt and the 2018 budget deficit of $779 billion, will  have only had a temporary effect. GDP growth in 2019 is forecast as up only 2.7% and 2020 up a measly 2.2%.Carl believes an economic disaster is festering, that could once again see the Dow below 10,000.

Carl  continues to write, because he feels that there is a need of an  independent voice outside the massive and powerful US financial industry, to warn investors of a view that the regulators and the financial industry would rather have silenced.

Carl Birkelbach was the editor of the INVESTMENT STRATEGY LETTER, which has reached a U.S.-wide audience in publication since 1975. In his past professional career he appeared frequently as an investment expert and securities market forecaster on television news programs and as a quoted source in journals and periodicals, including Barron’s, Crain’s, Business Week Reuters, the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune. He was a regular commentator on The Stock Market Business Report on WBBM Radio in Chicago. Mr Birkelbach is the author of the 1981 The Lone Bull Letters, Stock Market Forecasting through Charting, The Metaphysical Nature of Price Movements and The Investment Strategy Handbook for Volatile Markets See http://www.Care-for-u.org for historical references.

Mr Birkelbach does not offer investment advise,merely his own personal opinion.This report has been prepared from original sources and data we believe reliable but make no representations as to the accuracy or completeness. Mr.Birkelbach , his affiliates and subsidiaries and/or their 
officers and employees may from time to time acquire, hold or sell a position in securities. Past performance is no guarantee of future success.Upon request, we will supply additional information. CarlBis@aol.com



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