Stansberry Research is an investment publishing company based in America. The firm is a privately owned entity which was founded in 1999 to conduct independent investment research. The company has its headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland with other branches in different states. The company’s products consist of a monthly and a bi-monthly newsletter with a variety of researched financial information. Stansberry researchers produce a constant stream of timely information on topics ranging from oil and mining, power, natural resources, healthcare and biotech. They also discuss alternative investment possibilities. The company has amerced a group of loyal subscriber in countries worldwide. The company has almost two decades of experience in the investment advisory industry.
Apart from performing his editorial duties, the founder Frank Stansberry writes opinion pieces in which he addresses critical and controversial issues that arise from the financial industry. The company prides itself on providing its subscribers with unbiased investment information that helps investors seeking an upper hand in a variety of market conditions. The company’s uncompromising and unrelenting nature has earned it the respect as the most sought-after research vehicle in the financial industry. Stansberry Research has a portfolio of over two-dozen analyst who was once hedge fund managers and buy-side financial experts.
Steve Sjuggerud wrote in Stansberry digest about the bull market situation that affects the stock exchange. He offers subscribers insight in regards to this issues of the hated bull market. He says that being an in investor in 1993, everyone in the industry wanted to get in on the newest action in the sector which was rising China. He had no idea, but the whole scheme was a melt-up of the Hong Kong stocks. The market was a happy place where young investors were making a killing. The suddenly the market started dropping at the onset of the year 1994. When reality set in finally, people realised that the late 1993-China melt up had turned into the early 1994-China meltdown. It was a lesson well learnt, melt-ups a