Louis NavellierEditor, Growth Investor
An icon among growth stock investors
About Louis Navellier
Louis Navellier is one of Wall Street’s renowned growth investors. Providing investment advice to tens of thousands of investors for more than three decades, he has earned a reputation as a savvy stock picker and unrivaled portfolio manager.
Over his 35-year investing career, Louis Navellier has established one of the most exceptional long-term track records of any financial newsletter editor in America, and he offers a wide range of simple yet powerful tools that can help all investors to significantly beat the market.
His popular Growth Investor advisory service, established in 1998, has beaten the S&P 500 by a margin of 3-to-1 over the past 17 years.
Navellier continues to build on those stellar records, and while his methodology is rigorous and complex, his goal has been simple, and has been so from the beginning: to uncover Wall Street’s inconsistencies and help investors beat the market with less risk in the market’s best growth stocks. Today, he helps individual investors across the nation and across the globe achieve their financial dreams through his unique newsletter services.
The New York Times called Mr. Navellier “an icon among growth stock investors,” and the media frequently turns to Louis for his expert opinion. He appears regularly on CNBC and Fox Business News and is frequently quoted by MarketWatch, Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal.
Navellier is an accomplished Wall Street insider as well. He and his team of more than 50 professional analysts and staff manage over $5 billion in mutual funds and institutional accounts through his fund management company, Navellier & Associates.
Louis Navellier also travels the country hosting free seminars for individual investors, and is the author of The Little Book That Makes You Rich, named one of the Top 10 Investing Books of 2007 by SFO Magazine.
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Stocks (Mid- to Large-Cap)
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Stocks (Small to Mid-Cap)
Moderate to Aggressive
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Conservative to Aggressive
Weekly and monthly trades
During these busy times, it pays to stay on top of the latest profit opportunities. And today's blog post should be a great place to start. After taking a close look at the latest data on institutional buying pressure and each company's fundamental health, I decided to revise my Portfolio Grader recommendations for 77 big blue chips. Chances are that you have at least one of these stocks in your portfolio, so you may want to give this list a skim and act accordingly.
Overall, the October retail sales report was very impressive and indicative that consumer spending remains surprisingly strong. Given October’s healthy retail sales report, let’s use today’s Market 360 to find out how the big-box retailers – Walmart (WMT), The Home Depot, Inc. (HD) and Target Corporation (TGT) – fared in the third quarter.
One takeaway from the latest report is that NVIDIA has taken steps to adapt its business to the current environment by adjusting inventory levels and introducing new products. However, earnings and revenue once again declined in the third quarter.