The Techinvest Newsletter
Techinvestis the only investment newsletter with years of experience in successfully helping investors make money from the tech sector of the London market. Every month since 1984 we’ve been telling subscribers – including institutions, analysts and private investors in more than 50 countries – what to buy, hold and sell in this exciting sector.
During 2010, Techinvest made a total of 21 New Buy ratings. Buy the end of the year, the average gain for these was already 22.6%. Three had more than doubled.
2009 was even better. That year, we gave 23 New Buys. By the end of 2009, the average gain by then was 67%. Of these, seven more than doubled while three had increased by over 200%.
Of course, 2000, 2001 and 2002 were much more difficult years. Nonetheless we continued to do much better than the sector average. 2003 saw a major recovery, with our six Nap Tips up 81.6% compared with a gain in the FTSE 100 of just 5.2%. This carried over into 2004 with a 21.2% return from the Nap Tips.
We don’t know of any other investment newsletter that has a performance near as good. For full details of our record during the past 13 years, click the performance button above.
This also gives information on how well our New Year nap tips have done through the years, as well as the astonishing performance of the Trader Portfolios since the first was started in 1985.
The editor, Conor McCarthy, has over 30 years’ working experience in the electronics industry. Most of this was spent with blue-chip multinationals designing and manufacturing high-tech equipment for the worldwide telecoms market. He is also a qualified investment analyst with extensive contacts in industry and the City and up until recently acted as a consultant to a venture capital partnership. Conor is also lead manager for the MFM Techinvest Technology Fund, an FCA-regulated Fund targeted at retail investors which invests primarily in small-cap tech stocks on the London, Dublin and North American markets. For more details click on the techinvest funds button above.