Dr. Mark Skousen is part of the Eagle Financial Publications group of financial advisors. He is a nationally-known investment expert, professional economist, university professor, and author of more than 20 books, including his most recent book, Investing in One Lesson. Since 1980, he has been the editor in chief of the award-winning Forecasts & Strategies. He is also the editor of three weekly trading advisory services: Private Equity Trader, High-Income Alert, and Fast Money Alert. He is the producer of FreedomFest, an annual gathering of individualists. Dr. Skousen was a former economic analyst to the CIA. See below to learn more about Mark’s Investment Strategies.
Dr. Mark Skousen’s High-Income Alert is a fast-paced trading service that seeks to uncover deeply undervalued dividend-paying investments that return high yields plus have the opportunities for capital gains. With Mark Skousen’s 35+ years of investment experience and economic background, you’ll be on your way to building short-term profits and long-term wealth.
Fast Money Alert incorporates an exciting new strategy that offers far superior returns — what Dr. Mark Skousen calls “fast money windows.” During specific 14-25 day periods each year, certain stocks have proven to make sudden leaps in share prices. In fact, there’s a pattern here — a select group of stocks moves sharply ahead […]
Dr. Mark Skousen created this brand-new service to provide individual investors the rare opportunity to invest in the private equity market, where some of his largest gains have been made over the years. Profits previously reserved for the elite are now available to individual investors just like you. The Private Equity Trader portfolio typically features between […]
In one of the most successful and longest-running investment newsletters in the industry, Dr. Mark Skousen gives a perspective on the economy and markets you won’t find anywhere else. His insights and recommendations show investors of all stripes how to safely grow their portfolios handsomely, even during down markets.