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Norman G. Fosback

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Hedge Fund Consistency Index, Hedge Funds Research

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This timing system was inaugurated in the early 1970s by Norman Fosback, editor of Fosback's Fund Forecaster.


Education Soaring about us

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Norman Fosback is president of Fosback Investment Management in Boca Raton, Florida, and publisher of Fosback's Fund Forecaster, an investment advisory newsletter.
A graduate of Portland State University in Portland, Oregon, in 1971, Mr. Fosback co-founded The Institute for Econometric Research, a quantitatively-oriented research organization that pioneered sophisticated techniques for financial market forecasting. As President of The Institute, Mr. Fosback created and edited twelve investment newsletters with a combined circulation of approximately 300,000, and in 1993, he created Mutual Funds Magazine, a leading consumer finance publication that grew to a paid circulation of 800,000. All of the publications were acquired by Time Inc. in 1998. Mr. Fosback is also the author of four books, including the best-selling Stock Market Logic (more than 1.1 million copies in print). Mr. Fosback's credits also include a nationally-syndicated investment column. He has been widely sought as an international lecturer on investment management for individuals.


Education Soaring gifted sumer camp home

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Norman Fosback is president of Fosback Investment Management in Boca Raton, Florida, and publisher of Fosback's Fund Forecaster, an investment advisory newsletter.A graduate of Portland State University in Portland, Oregon, in 1971, Mr. Fosback co-founded The Institute for Econometric Research, a quantitatively-oriented research organization that pioneered sophisticated techniques for financial market forecasting.As President of The Institute, Mr. Fosback created and edited twelve investment newsletters with a combined circulation of approximately 300,000.In 1993, Fosback created Mutual Funds Magazine, a leading consumer finance publication that grew to a paid circulation of 800,000.All of the publications were acquired by Time Inc. in 1998.Mr. Fosback is also the author of four books, including the best-selling Stock Market Logic (more than 1.1 million copies in print).Mr. Fosback's credits include a nationally-syndicated investment column.He has been widely sought as an international lecturer on investment management for individuals.


The Magic Stocks In A Dividend Portfolio | The Financial Home Of Tim McAleenan Jr.

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Norman Fosback, editor of Fosback's Fund Forecaster newsletter, has estimated that the Dow would have been more than twice as high in 1979 had I.B.M. stayed in the index continuously.


www.marketwatch.com

According to Norman Fosback, editor of Fosback's Fund Forecaster, the Dow would today be more than twice its quoted level - over 32,000, in other words - had IBM not been removed from the Average in 1939.


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