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We're on Hulbert's 2015 Honor Roll !

The Buyback Letter was named to The Hulbert Financial Digest 2015 Investment Newsletter Honor Roll for the sixth year in a row! There were only 12 that made the Honor Roll. To be in this select group, a newsletter must exhibit above-average performance in both up AND down markets. Just 16% of the newsletters that Hulbert monitors made it to the honor roll.

 

 

"David Fried's Buyback Letter is one of the best in the business. He makes money for subscribers year-in and year-out, in up and down markets, with honesty, integrity and consistency." - Jeffrey A. Hirsch, Stock Trader's Almanac


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Welcome to The Buyback Letter Premium Portfolio

     Thank you for signing up for The Buyback Letter Premium service, a focused, high-octane strategy for experienced investors. It features a single five-stock portfolio that changes each month, and is designed to take advantage of the hottest buyback stocks available.

     The following four guidelines should help you get the most out of this service and profit from this portfolio:

1. Follow the trading instructions carefully. On the first few trading days of each month, you'll receive my Premium Portfolio e-mail hotline, telling you exactly which stocks to buy, sell or hold. Once you make the trades, you're done for the month. It sounds easy and is as easy as you make it. We advise against trying to tinker with the strategy by buying only the stocks that appeal to you. If it were possible to narrow the list we would do so. Tinkering with the strategy will make it hard and more than likely hurt your results. (Keep in mind that your percentage of ownership in each stock will be a little different than the model portfolio for a few months).

2. Open an account that charges minimal trading commissions. Before the recent explosion of low-priced trading services that are now available, brokersí trade fees and commissions would have made this whole strategy impractical and costly. But now, rebalancing a portfolio is extremely practical and affordable. The monthly trading required to execute this strategy is no longer a burden to performance. (Examples of low-priced trading services can be found at Ameritrade.com and Etrade.com. These examples are offered for your ease, and are not a recommendation of any particular site or service.)

3. Stay with it. While the holdings may not be long term, the strategy is long term. Some months the portfolio will soar, and some months it might sink. Don't get too carried away with either short-term result.

4. Invest only the funds you do not need in the near term. Also invest an amount of money that you are comfortable with. If you do so, you will be more likely to stay with the program and reap the rewards.

     Thank you for using The Buyback Letter as a tool for your investment decisions. Have a good month. And remember, invest for the future -- it will be here before you know it.

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Disclaimer
The Buyback Letter is intended for experienced investors who understand the risks, costs, consequences of and mechanics of investing. Subscribers of The Buyback Letter invest at their own risk, profits are not guaranteed and losses are possible. If you are unwilling or unable to abide by any conditions of the disclaimer then you may obtain a refund for the unused portion of your subscription at any time. Contents of any part of the newsletter are based on information believed to be reliable, but its accuracy and completeness are not, and cannot be guaranteed. Information contained in this report is not a complete analysis of every material fact representing any company, industry or security. The opinions contained and estimates expressed in any part of the newsletter represent the current judgment of market research firms, statistical services, or other sources believed to be reliable. Nothing herein should be construed as an offer to buy or sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security. The Buyback Letter (Bulletin...), the publisher (or one of its affiliates) or its partners, officers, directors, analysis, or employees or associated entities may have substantial positions or interests in the securities mentioned and may from time to time make purchases or sales of securities mentioned herein, including while this report is in circulation. The same parties may also have substantial interests and positions in the past performance of past recommendations.


* Past results do not guarantee future results or that future recommendations will be profitable.

 

 

 

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