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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  EAM invest clients’ accounts using value-based analysis incorporating values such as, but not limited to: trends in profitability, demographics, management efficiency employing capital, and financial ratios. Additionally, subjective investigations are made into the market’s perception of a company’s product compared with utility/quality/reputation of competitors’ products and relative market capitalization. The emphasis of EAM’s investment […]


MARK ELLIOTTInternationally Recognized for his Predictions and Advice as an Investment Advisor and Market Analyst MARK ELLIOTT President, Elliott Asset Management Mark was most recently internationally recognized for his predictions and advice as an investment advisor and market analyst. Prior to registering Elliott Asset Management as a registered investment advisory firm in 2006, Elliott was […]


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Newsletter | June, 2012*

“‘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.

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