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You’ll quickly learn why The National Investor’s motto is “You can get information anywhere, but here you get knowledge.” For over 40 years, editor and publisher Chris Temple has imparted that knowledge: an unparalleled, understandable and useful take on the “Big Picture” of the markets—stocks, metals, interest rates, commodities, and more—and a talent for guiding his members to huge winners among stocks in numerous industries.  

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Sponsored Content - January’s first several trading days have unfolded exhibiting much the same disconnect between markets and the Federal Reserve that we closed out 2022 with, says Chris Temple, editor and publisher, National Investor Publishing.
Sponsored Content - Though 2022 has been a difficult year for investors, we have indeed seen some early signs that your portfolio’s outperformance will become increasingly dependent in the months (and years?) ahead on proper sector and stock selection; not on “passive” investing, says Chris Temple, editor and publisher, National Investor Publishing,
Sponsored Content - On two discussions last week, Chris Temple, editor and publisher, National Investor Publishing, painted the bleak picture of the mess the Fed (chiefly) and the Biden Administration (a respectable second-place showing) have made of the economy and markets.
Sponsored Content - In short order, the word “pain” has become the favorite word in the vocabulary of Federal Reserve officials, says Chris Temple, editor and publisher, National Investor Publishing, replacing the ridiculed and discredited “transitory” the central bank used for so long to deny the now-entrenched inflation it was creating.

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The most important investing theme you can embrace is The New FAANGs. The former FAANG darlings-Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google-were winners for many years. But now, they have fallen on hard times early in this new bear market for numerous reasons.

Meanwhile, The National Investor has been among the first to highlight The New FAANGs: entire sectors and themes set to be market leaders in the years ahead of us due to a confluence of factors: energy crises, green energy transition attempts, shortages, conflicts over resources and currencies, resource nationalism, and more.


Those new FAANGs are: fuels, aerospace & defense, agriculture, nuclear, and gold/other metals.


In his newest MoneyShow presentation, Chris will give an overview of the factors underpinning each of these themesinsights into the specific recommendations he is making these days to his members. And he'll be answering your questions as wellproviding some follow-up resources for those that want more details.




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Chris Temple, editor and publisher, National Investor Publishing provides a complete commentary on his market outlook for 2023 in this special report.

In this special report, Chris Temple, editor and publisher, National Investor Publishing, gives myriad examples, past and present (including several of his current story stock recommendations), of how YOU can uncover the stories of tomorrow

Here, Chris Temple provides a wealth of resources, thoughts, commentaries and strategies as we wrap up a brutal H1 of 2022...and brace ourselves for what's coming next.

Here, Chris explains the competing hawkish and dovish/expansionary priorities for the Federal Reserve in what is sure to be a far more volatile and challenging 2022 for investors.
Things in the markets have indeed been getting Curioser and Curioser in recent months! The more inflation rises, the more that interest rates want to stay DOWN!

And as a result, that has only emboldened the bulls on Wall Street, who seem only too happy to embrace the promise of Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who famously insisted a short while ago that market crashes of ANY kind are now a thing of the past.

I sort this all out and MORE in this Special Issue released Labor Day weekend.