Current Top Predictions & Picks
- Changed his Predictions that he made in 2013 and 2015 for stock market and gold:
After observing some of the highest market volatility that he had seen throughout his career during the first two months of 2016, Michael Markowski concluded that the probability of the onset of deflation and a market crash had increased considerably. In his February 27, 2016, article “Japan’s NIRP Increases Global Market Crash Probability” Mr. Markowski predicted that the global stock markets would not eclipse their 2015 all-time highs until 2020 at the earliest. He also predicted that gold would reach new all-time highs as early as 2016 and as late as 2017.
- Predicted that stock market had seen its lows after it crashed in August 2015:
Michael Markowski made his most recent prediction after the Dow had plummeted by 1,089 points, its largest point loss ever on the morning of August 24, 2015. Mr. Markowski informed those who attended his 12:00PM conference call that he believed that based on his research and experience the lows for “the market opening on Monday August 24th would prove to be the lows for the next several years.” In his August 26, 2015, article “Major US Indices will go to all time highs in 2016; Current correction underway will be short lived” he also updated his long term predictions for the global stock markets, gold, oil and commodities More...
- Predicting 2014-2018 will be the best 5 year ever period for investors to build dynasty wealth.
Michael Markowski made a prediction in June of 2014, that history will record the current decade as the best ever for investors with diversified portfolios to create dynasty wealth over a relatively short period of time. He believes that 2014-2018 will be the best 5 year period of investing ever recorded. More...
Predicted that the price of gold would continue to decline significantly
Michael Markowski in his May 2013 article, “Put a Fork in the Bear” made long term predictions for the stock market, currencies and the prices of commodities. He predicted that the price of gold, which was $1,393 at the time, would decline significantly to a new multi-year low. In December of 2013, after the price of gold had fallen to $1,222; he wrote a follow up article predicting that the price of gold would “decline to consecutive annual new lows from 2013 to 2018”. By the end of 2013, the price of gold fell to a new four year low. Markowski’s predictions for the other commodities, stock market and currencies have been very accurate. More …
Historical Top Predictions & Picks
Predicted Lehman’s crash a year before it filed for bankruptcy
Predicted in 2007 and reiterated in early 2008 that a crash was imminent for the USA’s top five Brokers including Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. At the time of his predictions the shares of the five Brokers were trading near their all time highs. From their prices when Markowski made his September 2007 prediction, the shares of all five of the Brokers declined by 75% to 99% at November of 2008. More…
Stock Pick provided to Fortune Magazine appreciated 200%
Michael Markowski was named as one of Fortune Magazine’s top 50 investors in an article, “Top Picks from 50 Great Investors”, that appeared in its 2004 Investor Guide issue. Each of the 50 who were named provided Fortune with their favorite stock pick. Web conferencing company, Webex, which was Markowski’s pick was subsequently acquired by Cisco Systems for a 200% gain. Michael Markowski has competed in numerous stock picking contests sponsored by Magazines. More …
Predicted Sear’s Credit Card Receivables Problems
Markowski predicted in 2002 that Sears was having difficulties in collecting its credit card receivables when its shares were trading at $37.59. Sears’ executives publicly disagreed with Markowski and denied that the company was having credit card receivables collection problems. Two weeks later Sears announced that its earnings had been negatively impacted due to its credit card receivables problems and its shares plunged to $23.15, a new ten year low.
Predicted bankruptcy of USA’s largest food wholesaler
In 2002 Markowski predicted the bankruptcy of the Fleming Companies, the largest food wholesaler in the US. When Markowski made his prediction, Fleming’s shares were trading on the NYSE at $5.99 and the company had paid cash dividends for 85 consecutive years. In April of 2003, which was seven months after Michael Markowski made his prediction, Fleming filed for bankruptcy protection. More…