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Mr. Norman G. Fosback

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Co-Founder
    Institute for Econometric Research
  • Founder
    Mutual Funds Magazine
  • Executive Board Member
    Education Soaring Inc

Education

  • Portland State University
105 Total References
Web References
Fosback's Forecaster
www.fosback.com, 12 April 2014 [cached]
About Norman Fosback Fosback's Forecaster
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About Norman Fosback
Norman Fosback has devoted his career to developing investing techniques and strategies and making them available to individual investors at affordable costs. A co-founder of The Institute for Econometric Research in 1971, Mr. Fosback's impressive field of works for investors broadened consistently for 28 years until he retired from The Institute shortly after it was acquired by Time Inc.
During that period, Mr. Fosback created, wrote, and edited nine investment advisory newsletters (serving hundreds of thousands of investors), authored one of the most highly acclaimed investment books of all time ( Stock Market Logic, with more than a million copies in print), wrote a syndicated weekly column on insider trading, and created, edited, and managed one of the nation's leading investment magazines, Mutual Funds Magazine, which attained a paid circulation of 750,000 under his managerial guidance -- all in his capacity as President and Research Director of The Institute. Mr. Fosback has been quoted in thousands of media articles, appeared widely on financial television, and been sought after to speak at leading investment seminars around the world.
Born in Oregon in 1947, Mr. Fosback studied investments at Portland State University where he authored several papers on equity investing. In 1971, he joined Glen King Parker in south Florida to co-found The Institute for Econometric Research and conduct scientific research into the behavior of stock market prices.
From 1971 to 1975, Mr. Fosback led The Institute's "Special Stock Market Study". The Study involved a massive investigation of stock price behavior, including a compilation of nearly all prior research in the field, the assembly of one of the largest computerized databases of market indicators back to the previous century, the formulation of mathematical forecasting techniques, and the creation, testing, development, and implementation of concepts and models to predict aggregate and individual stock price performance. Subsequent research extended this body of work to the analysis and prediction of mutual fund performance.
Between 1975 and 1995, Mr. Fosback and Mr. Parker launched nine separate investment newsletters at The Institute based on this accumulated and ongoing research: The Insiders, Market Logic, New Issues, Investor's Digest, Income Fund Outlook, Hot Funds, Mutual Fund Buyer's Guide, Fidelity Forecaster, and Mutual Fund Forecaster.
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In 1993, Mr. Fosback applied these resources to the creation and launch of Mutual Funds Magazine, which he managed, and for which he served as Editor-in-Chief . By the time of Time Inc's acquisition of The Institute just four and a half years later, Mutual Funds attained a paid circulation of 750,000, making it one of the most widely read personal finance magazines in the world.
Today, Mr. Fosback continues to generate top-flight stock market research and investment systems, and to use his findings to provide investment services for individual investors. His firm, Fosback Forecasts, Inc., publishes Insider Trading Guide and Fosback's Fund Forecaster. In addition, Mr. Fosback offers personal portfolio management services through Fosback Investment Management.
According to Norman Fosback, ...
www.marketwatch.com, 12 Dec 2013 [cached]
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.
Education Soaring about us
www.educationsoaring.com, 13 Feb 2011 [cached]
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.
Brill's Mutual Funds Interactive(R) - Q&A
www.brill.com, 5 Dec 2007 [cached]
Norm Fosback
Norman G. Fosback is the most widely read independent provider of mutual fund advice in America.He recently founded Fosback Investment Management, which publishes a new investment advisory letter, Fosback's Fund Forecaster.From 1971 through 1998, Mr. Fosback was president and research director of The Institute for Econometric Research, where he created, edited, and managed ten investment publications, including Mutual Fund Forecaster, Market Logic, The Insiders, Investor's Digest, Income Fund Outlook, Fidelity Forecaster, Income Fund Outlook, and Mutual Funds Magazine, with a combined paid circulation of more than one million.Mr. Fosback is also author of the acclaimed best-selling book Stock Market Logic.Mr. Fosback also provides portfolio management services to individual investors.Mr. Fosback can be reached at nfosback@fosback.com
Norm Fosback, the former ...
www.marketwatch.com, 13 Mar 2013 [cached]
Norm Fosback, the former head of the Institute for Econometric Research and currently editor of Fosback's Fund Forecaster, argues that we should not be. In the textbook he wrote three decades ago, entitled "Stock Market Logic," he wrote:
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