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Mark Elliott created Elliott Asset Management (“EAM”) as a radical departure from the traditional large financial service firm model. EAM anticipated and warned our clients about the high probability of a housing market collapse in 2006 (published in our April 2007 research bulletin) and then encouraged our clients to aggressively invest in U.S. equities in […]

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Mark Elliott created Elliott Asset Management (“EAM”) as a radical departure from the traditional large financial service firm model. EAM anticipated and warned our clients about the high probability of a housing market collapse in 2006 (published in our April 2007 research bulletin) and then encouraged our clients to aggressively invest in U.S. equities in […]

October 24, 2008*
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“Right now there are fantastic opportunities in municipal bonds… I have locked in… long-term high-quality municipal bonds yielding the taxable equivalent of 11% to over 12%! *At that time “experts” warned of massive muni bond defaults within a year, leading to bargain prices.

June, 2012
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“I am encouraging many of my investors to increase exposure of withdrawing money from my management.” *Only time will tell if this recommendation will be profitable. Elliot Asset Management always puts your interests first.

1st Qtr, 2007
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“The most immediate and overt risk to the US economy is the [significantly overvalued] real estate market” *At that time most U.S. real estate markets were at or near their peak values

March 2009
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“The pessimism is palpable, which is generally a good sign for investing in stocks… I am once again seeing many exceptional opportunities in the market” (released by email on 3.10.09) *March 9, 2009 was the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit bottom at 6,547. On 3.10.09 it closed at 6,926.

June 2012
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“‘Safe’, fixed income investments [bonds] appear overvalued… favor stocks and hard assets, instead.” *Our bond investments have dramatically increased in value (pushing yields down). To date we have suffered ZERO defaults.

Newsletter | 1st Qtr, 2007
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“The most immediate and overt risk to the US economy is the [significantly overvalued] real estate market” *At that time most U.S. real estate markets were at or near their peak values

Newsletter | March 9, 2009
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“The pessimism is palpable, which is generally a good sign for investing in stocks… I am once again seeing many exceptional opportunities in the market” (released by email on 3.10.09) *March 9, 2009 was the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit bottom at 6,547. On 3.10.09 it closed at 6,926.

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History of Elliott Asset Management Mark Elliott created Elliott Asset Management (“EAM”) as a radical departure from the traditional large financial service firm model. EAM anticipated and warned our clients about the high probability of a housing market collapse in 2006 (published in our April 2007 research bulletin). and then encouraged our clients to aggressively […]

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