Charles Mizrahi’s impeccable reputation began on the trading floor of the New York Futures Exchange.
He started his career on Wall Street at the age of 20. Not long after that, he moved on to become a wildly successful money manager.
He has more than 35 years of recommending stocks under his belt, and he’s been through it all…
Making money as a pro trader during the go-go ’80s... watching fear grip Wall Street in ’87... investing through the booming 1990s, the dot-com bubble and bust, the housing bubble, the 2008 financial recession, and the strong bull market that followed...
You name it, and he’s experienced it — not just as bystander, but from the inside of Wall Street as a trader, money manager, hedge fund manager, and a manager of his own personal wealth.
Charles was ranked the #1-performing market timer, not just on Wall Street but in the entire United States, based on the actual performance of client accounts.
His reputation doesn’t stop there… he’s also been ranked by Barron’s as the #1 commodity trading advisor.
He is the founder editor of Park Avenue Investment Club and editor of the Insider Alert advisory service.
These services provide readers with insight and knowledge that benefit them in the long run.
Charles wants his readers to know the “big picture” and not get lost in the day-to-day “noise” of the stock market.
Over a one-year period, he netted his clients 113% returns. Over three years, he brought in 313% returns. He knows firsthand what it’s like to manage a $200 million portfolio during market booms and busts.
Park Avenue Investment Club has been named one of Marketwatch.com’s 10 Best Advisors. 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).
While many gurus boast of astronomical rates of return over very short time spans, their claims don’t stand up to scrutiny. Charles is focused on giving his readers the gains that matter the most — gains you can retire on and that will be around for years to come.