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Charles Mizrahi

Charles MizrahiEditor of Alpha Investor

 

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Charles Mizrahi has an uncanny ability to spot ongoing money-making opportunities from 100 miles away. His impeccable reputation began on the trading floor of the New York Futures Exchange at the age of 20.

Not long after that, he moved on to become a wildly successful money manager. Charles was ranked the No. 1-performing market timer — not just on Wall Street but in the entire United States — based on the actual performance of client accounts. Barron’s also ranked Charles as the No. 1 commodity trading adviser.

He has more than 35 years of experience recommending stocks under his belt, and he’s seen all that the market can throw at an investor. He made money as a pro trader during the go-go ’80s and avoided the 1987 crash. Charles also invested through the booming 1990s, dot-com bubble and bust, housing bubble, 2008 financial recession and the strong bull market that followed.

During that time, Wall Street powerhouses came running to him for advice. Because of that, Charles has managed money for everyone from close family members and business owners to investment banks such as The Goldman Sachs Group, Citigroup and Credit Suisse.

Charles experienced all the ups and downs of the market as a trader, money manager, hedge fund manager and a manager of his own personal wealth.

He taught investing at New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies. He was also the founding editor of Park Avenue Investment Club and editor of the Insider Alert advisory services, which provided readers with insight and knowledge that benefited them in the long run.

He’s been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, The New York Times and MarketWatch, and made TV appearances on CNBC.

Charles’ dedication to providing readers with information that will take their portfolios to the next level led him to write his highly acclaimed book, Getting Started in Value Investing (Wiley). It’s also why he launched the Alpha Investor and 8-Figure Fortunes trading services at Banyan Hill Publishing, and why he publishes a weekly article for Winning Investor Daily.

Charles Mizrahi'S ARTICLES

Working-Class Folks Turned Millionaires — Here’s How They Did It - It’s easy to understand how to invest in the stock market, but many find it much more difficult to do. Charles Mizrahi talks about the success stories of three working-class people who made millions by doing simple things, and he shares four tips on how you can do it too. (6-minute video)
Here’s Why You Need to Avoid Wall Street’s Hype on Cannabis - Wall Street creates hype around new sectors. People get excited and buy shares. That bubble bursts once the hype is over. Former Wall Street insider Charles Mizrahi shares his insight on the stock market’s hype around pot stocks. He discusses the recent cannabis bubble and shares how you can make money without investing in risky marijuana stocks. (7-minute video)
Don’t Invest in Tesla — Here’s a Better Tech Trade - Tesla released a new feature for its electric cars last week. But its Smart Summon still has some issues to work out. Charles Mizrahi doesn’t believe in investing in companies like Tesla. He explains why in this video, and he shares a bonus trade at the end! (6-minute video)
WeWork’s Red Flags: Why A Great CEO Matters - This week, WeWork’s CEO stepped down ahead of the office leasing company’s initial public offering. WeWork is a great example of why a CEO is so important to a company’s success. Charles Mizrahi talks about the importance of researching the track record of a CEO and his approach to buying stocks. (9-minute video)
bitcoin image Bitcoin’s Price Volatility — 1 Expert Says: Avoid It Like the Plague - Last week, Banyan Hill’s experts presented at the annual Total Wealth Symposium. Attendees got firsthand information on exclusive opportunities in the stock market. Charles Mizrahi shares his interview with Paul Mampilly. In it, the Wall Street legends discuss their differing views on bitcoin. (5-minute video)
IPO image IPOs Are Not the Best Way to Make Money — Here’s Why - An initial public offering (IPO) is when a private company decides to offer its shares to the public. It does so to raise capital from public investors. Charles Mizrahi explains why you should never buy IPOs. (7-minute video)
2 Simple Steps Needed to Build and Grow Your Wealth - Everybody knows that buying low-priced shares is how you make money in the stock market. But there’s more to it than that. Charles Mizrahi shares two crucial steps you need to take before investing in stocks. (6-minute video)
yield curve inversion buy signal Yield Curve Inversion Means It’s Time to Buy, Not Sell - Last week, investors overreacted when the yield curve for U.S. Treasury notes inverted. Many see the yield curve inversion as a sign of an imminent recession. They start to sell their positions out of fear. Charles Mizrahi knows the yield curve inversion is just a bump in the road. He talks about why investors are making a mistake, and why now is a great time to buy. (10-minute video)
Name Brands in Technology Name Brand Tech Stocks Are More Profitable for Your Portfolio - Name brands are struggling to keep consumers’ loyalty. People opt for store or private-label brands that offer the same, if not better, quality than name brands at a better price. But there’s one sector where name brands still drive sales and revenue. Charles Mizrahi sees huge gains coming from name brands in this industry. (6-minute read)
stock market sell-off Stock Market Sell-Off: What You Should Do Next - President Trump’s Twitter announcement about extra tariffs on Chinese goods sparked a sell-off in the stock market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 4% and 6%, respectively. Money managers are scared. But Charles Mizrahi knows the turmoil in the stock market won’t last. He shares his view on why it’s time to start buying and not selling. (5-minute video)