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New York Investing Meetup Pages

If you are looking for a profitable alternative to market hype, the New York Investing meetup is the place to go. Our goal is to provide timely, unbiased, reliable, cutting-edge investment analysis and education that our members can use for money-making investing decisions.

We do this by monitoring, organizing and interpreting financial news to create an accurate picture of broad trends in the macroeconomic and investing environment. This analysis is then used to find which areas of the market offer the best investing opportunities and most dangerous pitfalls. We further refine our results for more immediate action by using technical analysis and to a lesser extent, fundamental analysis. We don’t just present investing analysis, but also attempt to explain the thinking behind it, so our members can learn over time to do it themselves.

Our offerings include:
General Meetings -- once a month with broad market overviews
Classes -- on individual investing topics
Webinars -- can be for General Meetings or Classes
Tutoring -- individual instruction in how to invest and chart analysis techniques
Articles on Investing -- Published in Seeking Alpha or TalkMarkets

Unlike most other investing groups and publications, we are not afraid to make predictions. Some of our successes include:

23. April 2011: In early Apirl meeting said silver was heading toward 50, should be sold at 48 and it would then drop quickly to around 32. Silver was 37 at the time, but weeks later SLV reached $48.30. It than had a sharp drop to the low 30s.
22. May 2010: Two days before May 6th market crash, blogged that market was rolling over. Day before the crash blogged that a 1997 style market crash was possible. The two crashes were almost identical in magnitude.
21. April 2010: On the 13th, wrote a blog about why the market could be peaking. At the time almost no one was bearish. The market hit a high two weeks later.
20. June 2009: Suggested that oil had gone up as much as it would be taken place for awhile and that those who bought in during February should be selling. Those who bought DXO (mentioned in February) made 165% in four months.
19. May 2009: After visiting the Hard Assets Conference early in the month, suggested Nova Gold (NG) was a good buy. Three weeks later said it was a good time to sell out for a 70% profit.
18. March 2009: Mentioned a number of natural resource stocks and ETFs, plus some super high-dividend Canadian Royalty Trusts. Alcoa (AA) was $5.39 at the time and went up well over 100%. The others produced substantial profits as well.
17. February 2009: At an IBD meeting at the end of the month, stated the stock market would bottom soon. It did less than two weeks later.
16. February 2009: Stated that oil would bottom soon and suggested it would be a good idea to take a leveraged position in it (using ETF DXO) as soon as possible. Oil bottomed the next day.
15. December 2008: The Federal Reserve would institute a Zero Interest Rate Policy, two weeks later it did.
14. November 2008: Stated gold at $740 and silver at $10 an ounce were good buys.
13. October 2008: Questioned Bernie Madoff at public forum. Two months later Madoff's Ponzi scheme collapses and video of event surfaces on You Tube.
12. September 2008: Royal Bank of Scotland and Wachovia would fail. They did.
11. July 2008: The Dow would make a temporary bottom between 10,750 and 11,000 -
...................... the bottom was 10,732.
.......................Oil was peaking (predicted a high of $150). It soon topped at $147.
10. April 2008: Lehman, AIG, Washington Mutual, and Merrill Lynch would fail. Citibank and UBS would need
government bailouts from U.S. and Switzerland respectively.
9. February 2008: Gold would peak around 1000 - it did, one month later.
.............................Federal Reserve would be done cutting rates in March - only a 1/4 cut took place afterwords
8. December 2007: A recession was beginning, confirmed one-year later by the NBER.
7. December 2007: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could need to be bailed out - they were in July 2008
...............................See our video: Economic Predictions for 2008 at
6. October 2007: Predicted big drop in the Chinese market
............................Falling dollar wouldn't improve U.S. trade deficit
5. September 2007: Get out of stocks because they would be peaking soon - they did a few weeks later.
.................................The dollar would have a major sell off - it fell about 10% in only 2 months
.................................Gold and silver would have major rallies - they were up 33% and 50% in 6 months.
4. August 2007: There would be either a crash or Bear Market - we're in the Bear Market right now.
...........................Bear Stearns could go under - it did in March 2008
3. July 2007: The subprime crisis would soon cause a market sell off. Two weeks later it did.
2. August 2006: Oil would have a significant drop - It sold off until the following January.
1. July 2006 : Stated the stock market had bottomed one day after it had.

We have an extensive collection of videos that we have posted on You Tube, where many of these predictions were documented at the time they were made. The New York Investing meetup was in fact the first of over 50,000 meetup groups worldwide to put video content online. To find our videos, please go to and in the search box, put: New York Investing meetup. You may want to start with the video about the group:

Daryl Montgomery,

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