In 2000 I founded t1ps.com and over 12 years, up until May 2012, served up 241 tips which delivered an average gain of 42.7% with an average holding period of 35 months.
For the last few years at t1ps I worked alongside a brilliant young analyst Steve Moore who I recruited direct from University. In September 2012 I left t1ps. A month later Steve also left. I launched the Nifty Fifty in November 2012 and two months later Steve agreed to come on board. The entire team that delivered the results from t1ps is now working on the Nifty Fifty. No-one else can claim credit for the successes of t1ps (or take blame for its bad recommendations – and like all sites we had a few) but Steve and myself.
We are joined by Lucien Miers, the Bard of the Boleyn and the UK’s most cerebral short seller who will publish his weekly “short letter”. Lucian’s track record as a short seller over more than 20 years is pretty superb. Just occasionally he goes long and he may mention such positions from time to time. But his speciality is in identifying stocks that are up to 100% overvalued. He is aided by a great network of contacts but it is his skills as a forensic accountant that are his biggest asset. He truly is the “numbers man” in the bear community.
Follow the market guru as he builds portfolios and explains why he makes his stock selections.
The Nifty Fifty is NOT a tipsheet – we avoid the pressure to deliver a tip by a certain deadline, which forces one to make marginal calls. We’ve learned from our mistakes in the past and are not interested in doing that, so if you want a constant diet of share tips produced simply because a publication promises x share tips a year go somewhere else.
I hope that you enjoy reading this website as much as Steve, Lucian and I enjoy writing it. If you have questions for me, feel free to email me at any stage on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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