Bert Dohmen is a serious analyst and a trader. You’ve probably seen him on national TV such as CNBC, Neil Cavuto’s show on FOXNEWS, CNN, or read his views in Barron’s, the Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, Business Week, etc.
He is a professional trader, investor, and analyst. As founder of Dohmen Capital Research , he has been giving his analysis and forecasts to traders and investors for over 41 years.
What he notices in the markets in his own trading each day, he relays to his subscribers.
Bert Dohmen looks behind the scenes of the global investment markets. He analyzes cross-market relationships, global correlations, and credit market data which give him superb clues as to what is likely to happen in various markets that are ignored by other analysts.
Bert Dohmen has been called “a leading Fed Watcher” by the Wall Street Journal. Federal Reserve Board actions, world-wide politics and economies, along with fundamental and technical analysis give him the important clues.
His degree was in chemistry, with minors in physics and math. Thus, reading charts was what he liked. He discovered technical chart analysis when he was at Graduate School at the university. He understood immediately why the different chart patterns in the markets worked. There was a simple logic that he loved. Thus he can predict a change in the price trend before the news is made public.
Bert Dohmen’s analysis often goes totally contrary to accepted “Wall Street wisdom.” He is the original Fed Watcher. His predictions of Federal Reserve policy have been astounding. He considers Fed policy the most important fundamental factor.
Bert Dohmen is the publisher of the WELLINGTON LETTER, an award-winning investment newsletter with an impressive 41 year record. He is also the author of the #1 best seller book “Prelude to Meltdown” and the latest “Financial Apocalypse”
During 2007, Bert said: “You can prosper during the coming, devastating bear market. It will make the bear market of 2000-2002 look like a walk in the park.”
“Buy and Hold” is dead! It was always stupid.
The bursting of the technology and internet bubbles of 2000 caused the greatest stock market crash since 1929, erasing over $9 trillion of wealth. Yet our clients prospered. Yes, they made big profits.
During the 2002-2007 bull market, our clients once again had the opportunities to make a fortune with Bert Dohmen’s advice. Many consider Bert Dohmen the “The Independent Market Authority.”
That bull market top in the DJI was on October 11, 2007. What did Bert advice at that time? The Oct. 15 issue of our WELLINGTON LETTER had a subhead: “The Eye of the Hurricane.” It declared that the bull market top had been made. Wall Street didn’t declare the bear market until June 2008. Our clients were way ahead of the pack.
During 2007, Bert Dohmen predicted that 2008 would see an immense global financial crisis, the worst since the 1930’s, brought on by all the shenanigans by Wall Street and the large banks. In fact, he felt so strongly he did something he never wanted to do: write a book. It was “PRELUDE TO MELTDOWN.”
In the book, he predicted that the global financial system would go to a near-meltdown state in 2008. That forecast was widely disregarded, but Bert Dohmen was right.
By early 2009, it was estimated that total wealth destruction globally was around a fantastic $64 TRILLION. That’s almost five times the annual GDP of the U.S.
However, our clients prospered, taking full advantage of the bear market strategies developed over more than four decades. Bert Dohmen has always said that bear markets actually bring greater opportunities than bull markets, because stocks decline faster than they rise. And furthermore, the bearish side is not as crowded.
With Bert Dohmen’s advice you don’t have to be an investment pro: just follow his analysis and forecasts and implement the recommendations. It’s easy to make money during a bull market. As they say, “the tide lifts all boats.” However, for over 41 years Bert Dohmen has shown his clients how to profit during devastating bear markets. You too can learn how to enjoy bear markets and crashes.