Tony Sagami

Editor,

Weiss Ratings LLC's Weiss Ultimate Portfolio

  • Editor of Weiss Ratings LLC's Weiss Ultimate Portfolio
  • Early Pioneer in the Application of Technical and Quantitative Analysis
  • Known for his "Sell Tech Stocks Now!" Call in October of 2000

About Tony

Tony Sagami is the editor of Weiss Ratings LLC's Weiss Ultimate Portfolio and is one of the early pioneers in the application of technical and quantitative analysis to mutual funds and stocks. At the heart of his investment system are two obscure but effective mathematical models developed by two Nobel prize-winning, University of Chicago mathematicians that help deliver consistent results with a very low risk. Mr. Sagami is best known for his "Sell Tech Stocks Now!" call in October of 2000.    

Tony's Articles

The economy is opening up a lot faster than expected, and the push to “go green” is also accelerating. That combination is particularly positive for copper, which is the most cyclically sensitive of all commodities, notes Tony Sagami, editor of Weiss Ultimate Portfolio.
Don’t let the bumps scare you out. The stock market it is going much higher, asserts Tony Sagami, growth stock specialist and editor of Weiss Ultimate Portfolio.
Consumers are starting to spend some serious money. The U.S. Department of Commerce reported that retail sales in March jumped by 9.8%, crushing the Wall Street forecast of 6.1%, notes Tony Sagami, growth stock expert and editor of Weiss Ultimate Portfolio.
I have one new pick this week, the hardware kingpin on the new remote world: Logitech International S.A. (LOGI), one of the largest makers of peripherals for the PC and mobile phone market, observes Tony Sagami, growth stock specialist and editor of Ultimate Portfolio.