Bert Dohmen’s Books
Prelude to Meltdown
WHAT WE DO
We offer a unique, often contrarian approach to investment and economic research allowing us to forecast the major turns in the major global investment markets. This guides our valued clients successfully in these incredible times.
Our methodology has enabled us to call the most important market turns for well over three decades, often within one-two days of the turn, and sometimes to the exact day. Our analysis and forecasts are made available via several subscription services, some for active investors, and others for short-term traders.Learn More
HOW WE CAN HELP
When the market has a sudden sharp rise, or decline, most investors are puzzled as to what to do. Emotions take over. In the markets, emotional decisions are usually wrong.
Our subscription services help traders and investors disregard those emotions with our professional guidance when you need it most. We can help you sort it out and stay on track to make your investments grow.
You will trade or invest without guessing, without sleepless nights, being more confident in your decisions, your investments, and your wealth protection.Read More
HOW WE DO IT
The vast majority of investment analysts use fundamental analysis, such as earnings, dividends, etc. This is like driving a car looking into the rearview mirror. We prefer to look ahead. We use credit market analysis to determine ‘stress’ in the markets, and technical analysis to determine money flows.
Only a change in the “demand-supply” equation can change the price of an investment. This combination allows us to make our precise timing decisions. It has worked for us over the past three decades.Learn More
PROFIT FROM OUR TIMING
In over 38 years of business, we have predicted every market decline of 20% or more, often within one or two days of the top, including the actual day of the turn.
Avoiding the big declines is the easiest way to tremendously improve your long term investment results.
Imagine, if you could have avoided the market meltdown of the year 2008, and the dot-com crash of the year 2000!
Wouldn’t that have saved you from big losses and vastly have improved your long term performance? You bet!Learn More