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SOURCE Investor Advisory Service
MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich., March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In a March 2 article in The Wall Street Journal, stock newsletter the Investor Advisory Service was cited as one of only a dozen stock-picking services that did well in both bear and bull markets in recent times.
Mark Hulbert, editor of the Hulbert Financial Digest, screened more than 600 stock-picking strategies in his article "Stocks for Thick and Thin" for ones that did well during bear markets in 2000-2002 and 2007-2009. Hulbert also required these services to have above-average performance during bull markets between these periods. The Hulbert Financial Digest tracks the performance of stock-picking newsletters. The Investor Advisory Service has been on the digest's Honor Roll for four straight years.
When it comes to providing greater returns than the market during both bull and bear cycles, few newsletters can match the Investor Advisory Service record. To learn more about the IAS, sign up for a free investing newsletter at the newsletter's website.
About Seger-Elvekrog? Founded in 1981 and located in Novi, Mich., Seger-Elvekrog's portfolio managers are Chartered Financial Analysts who conduct independent evaluations of securities. For more information on the firm's Personal Money Management program, visit www.seger-elvekrog.com.