Stansberry Research and its focus on financial and investment advisory.
Stansberry research was founded in 1999 by Porter Stansberry by then who was the editor of the oldest financial newsletter known as The Fleet Street Letter. Stansberry Research is an organization that is privately owned and mainly deals with publishing advisory newsletters. The newsletters are published on a monthly or bimonthly basis and have been written by financial editors. The topics mainly engaged in the forum include oil, natural resources, power and investments in mining companies. Other topics that are included cover areas such as alternative investments and healthcare. The financial editors that write the newsletters are experienced and well equipped with knowledge in a wide range of disciplines. Porter Stansberry is the editor of Stansberry Investment Advisory and is a believer that everyone is a student of life. He recently wrote a publication about the only investment he would teach his child. In his opinion, most people’s wealth would be affected in the event of an economic crash. Porter was very excited about the idea of investing in insurance stocks (http://thedailyrecord.com/2018/01/15/gary-d-anderson-stansberry-research/). The stocks that he particularly pointed out were those of companies that dealt with property and casualty (P&C). The P&C companies primarily focused on insurance markets that were unregulated. Porter’s grounds were based on the fact that these companies were bound to earn far much more in premiums as compared to what they would pay out in the form of claims. Porter Stansberry backed up his argument with the story of how Shelby Davis made his fortune, and many decades later his family is still basking in the glory of his genius investment. While serving as a superintendent for insurance companies, Shelby Davis had access to all records of insurance companies. He then took a well-calculated step to invest in those that were bound to gain more in premiums over a period. Though having experienced few stumbling blocks on the way, his story is one of a successful investment. Those smart enough to join in on his new venture such as Benjamin Graham mentor to Warren Buffet made a fortune for themselves, Stansberry Research shared. Benjamin Graham retired voluntarily from active leadership and lived comfortably with the dividends from his investment in insurance stocks.