Martin D. Weiss

Can we talk?

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I think this is a critical time for you and me to have a serious conversation about your investments.

Nearly three months ago, I promised that the entire Weiss Research team would do whatever it takes to bring you practical, actionable strategies for growing your wealth …

And also for KEEPING your principal and profits intact in spite of any storm clouds on the horizon.

Since then, the S&P 500 has surged to all-time record highs.

At the same time, just as our team has warned you, gold and other commodities have plunged.

Now, I’m asking you to do me a very important favor:

Help me help you harness the enormous power of this rally — by filling me in on your investment approach and your financial goals for the rest of the year.

Each day for the next six days, I will send you an email like this one, asking you an important question.

Simply click the link in the email to jump over to my personal blog to answer that day’s question and to discuss your answer personally with our analysts and me.

Today’s Question of the Day:
What percentage of your portfolio
is invested in U.S. stocks today?

Please click this link and give me your answer now!

My team and I will use your answers as the basis for new online briefings and other free services offered to Money and Markets readers.

This should be fun, informative and I will be in your debt.

Thanks in advance for your help with this …

Good luck and God bless!

Martin

2035 Responses to Can we talk?

  1. Last fall I was advised to go to cash by your organization.
    At the same time I followed all your investment advice.
    Since then I have missed the 2-3000 point gain in the DOW,
    and at the same time your investment recommendations are
    down about 30%.
    Not sure I can afford your investment advice.
    Mike Bemboom

  2. My husband and I have our funds right now in money market funds with no U.S. stocks. We also have gold and silver boullion in our portfolio, and I am thinking of adding more silver or gold this week. What do you think?

    We have some funds in a Canadian oil and gas company called Corval Energy. We are not big investors so need to be cautious and wise. As you can likely tell we are Canadians.

    We have money tied up in Canadian real estate investments which are on hold right now for a number of reasons, so we cannot access these funds and have lost a bunch there also.

  3. Of all my stocks, I have 60% in US stocks, 15% in Asia, 15% in South America, and none in Europe.
    I find patience is the key to sticking with good stocks – they will always come back.

  4. I don’t want to give information out where it’s going to lots of people on the internet. I’m very private about what I have and the amount. Is there a way I can do this in a more private way? I will NOT do this in a regular web site but on a oersonal basis. I am interested but very private. Betty

  5. I only have perhaps 10 % of my money invested in the US Stock Market. Looking for very safe and yet good plays with Dividends.

  6. About 14% in US Stocks; 53% cash; balance ETF’s including inverse ones per Doug Davenport and Larry Edelson recos.

  7. We have nothing in stocks right now, just a small IRA in money market funds.

    1. I’m a vary small invester and most of my savings are tier up in fixed investment like cd’s and being retired I’m not following the market most of the time and can’t be ready to move investment on a short notice to prevent lost , in other words it needs to be managed by a firm like yours .

  8. I currently have all of my stocks from the WallStreet exchanges…my broker thinks its un american to buy stocks on foriegn exchanges…I have one stock from the Tronto exchange and an etf for South Korea…I had Bung foods (out of the U.K.) but sold it…I think that I need exposure to other countries $$$ to compensate for the erosion of the US dollar and to diversfy, not just across asset classes, but across different markets.

  9. about 10 %. good place for a question . I have heard if you have foreign stocks via an ADR , you have a investment with a US bank and it is not considered a foreign investment true or false???

  10. You just cant say ,how much stock do you have in US, because mine are in different sectors. I would guess 30% in US, 20% gold and silver,20% Inter. & EM, 20% Cash out of a 750K.

  11. I have no stocks and currently am not involved in the Stock Market in any way…I am trustee of a trust which contains the proceeds of the sale of a trust asset…I am allowed to invest the trust contents but ultimately it is an inheritance and is to be divided…My desire is to grow the contents safely somewhat like a retirement account with liquidity…I have no trust for the market and even less for what the ‘regime’ or central banks are doing right now…I shudder to think what is happening as I type this…many semingly excellent opportunities right now but I suffer from the paralysis of analysis…I’ve also been trying to time the pm market but their fear mongering has worked so far…I hesitate to say it, but I need help….God Bless!

  12. You just cant say ,how much stock do you have in US, because mine are in different sectors. I would guess 30% in US, 20% gold and silver,20% Inter. & EM, 20% Cash out of a 750K. I also Have alot of short ETF`S

  13. !/5th of my portfolio is in Canadian stocks mining and Natural Gas. The rest is in American Oil, Medical, Mining, and Financial. All but one are B or better rated by The Street, and I still lost $4 grand this past week.

  14. MARTIN AND TEAM:

    PRESENTLY, ABOUT 10 PERCENT IN STOCKS. THE REMAINDER
    IS SPREAD ACROSS THE OIL PATCH AND THE GAS PLAYS. EVEN
    THOUGH OIL GOES UP AND DOWN (AS DOES NAT GAS), THE
    RETURNS IN THE OIL PATCH AND FROM GAS PLAYS IS STILL
    VERY GOOD. PROBABLY WILL BECOME BETTER OVER TIME.

    ALSO, KEEPS INVESTMENT AWAY FROM IRAs, ROTHS, ETC.,
    IN CASE OUR CRAZIES IN WASH, D.C., TRIES TO SOLVE THE
    DEBT PROBLEM SIMILARLY TO HOW CYPRUS DID.

  15. 4%……..$2K in GORO and $2.5K in CVV. I have a total of 20% in Gold Miners and 80% in cash.

  16. I am living in Sydney.
    I own no USA shares. No Australia shares neither.
    All asset are in cash at this moment.

  17. Less than 5% – going to zero, if the IRS changes the estate tax regulations and reduces the level where this tax kicks in. As a Canadian, we already pay too much tax. I do not want to be hit with filing a US tax return and for my heirs to get hit by double taxation on both sides of the border, even if there is a tax treaty between the US and Canada. Owning US assets opens you up to the US worldwide asset estate tax regulation.

  18. 20%. The stock Market is not real, the Economy is not real, Interest Rates are not real, inflation is not real, Central Banks shot themselves in the foot by keeping the price of Gold Down. Now it will be extremely difficult for Gold to regain it faith.

    When faith in Gold falls, so do Nations. The Berlin Wall is half built.

    Trust of the few who read, no longer exists. The last smart Jew, has his Money out and is preparing for his families departure.

  19. About 50 % overall. I have been waiting for what may be the start of a correction to reduce that level to a few speculative holdings of about 25%. Don

  20. 98 % : 15% Gold 15% silver. Since 1999. Platinum..Soy Beans: the exchanges,, and oil services .

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Martin D. Weiss is one of the nation’s leading providers of a wide range of investment information. He is chairman of Weiss Research, Inc., the publisher of Money and Markets, Martin’s Ultimate Portfolio, and of Weiss Ratings, the only truly …