About Navellier

Louis G. Navellier, Chairman and Founder of Navellier & Associates, Inc., began publishing his quantitative analysis on growth stocks in 1980. In 1987 he started managing private accounts for high-net-worth individuals, and shortly thereafter for public plans, Taft-Hartley plans, corporate pension funds, endowments, and foundations.

Since that time, Navellier & Associates has guided thousands of investors and then later for institutions, such as public plans, Taft-Hartley plans, corporate pension funds, endowments, and foundations by applying its disciplined, quantitative investment process to a broad range of equity products. Every day, investors hire Navellier to manage their assets in a private account, mutual fund, or defensive portfolio.

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Zombies Are Real

They say: “It’s better to be lucky than smart.” But is it actually better to be dead than alive? I think most would agree that the answer is a definitive no. But when it comes to being a dead investor versus a living one, there is evidence out there that suggests we should all aspire to be zombie investors.

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PRESS RELEASE February 15

Navellier & Associates announces that its Navellier US Equity Sector Plus featuring AlphaDEX® Portfolio, over 3 years, has moved up one rank to first place utilizing Smart Beta ETFs out of 460 GIPS compliant managers according to Morningstar® Advisor (as of February 12, 2019).

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ETF Doom Sharks - What really caused the market meltdown in 2018

It’s early 2019 and the shark mutations have been thundering forward for years. You may not know it, but robo-sharks have gobbled up the stock market and are firmly in control. The tail is wagging the dog. Better yet, the ETF-roboshark tail is wagging the entire market.

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Honey, I Shrunk the Stock Market

I’m afraid it’s time to say prepare to say your goodbyes to the stock market. It’s my unfortunate duty to inform you that it’s dying. I’m sorry but there's nothing more we can do. There’s not much time, so you should make your final preparations. The very stock market we love and that has captivated attention and . . .

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The Evolution and Mutation of ETF Sharks

In October of 2016 I wrote about the state of the ETF industry and its main players. A lot has happened since then. Therefore, it makes sense to revisit the topic of ETFs and how, I believe, misperceptions of the market can harm the every-day investor.

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The Right Mix of Growth & Dividend Retirement Stocks

Can the right mix of investment products in a portfolio allow systematic withdrawals over time without significant depletion? Read More . . .

Robo Advisor Revolution

How the Robo Advisor Revolution may be Leading to an Impending Disaster, Oct. 2017 - Click Here

CAFGX Cavalier Fundamental Growth Fund

Navellier Sub-Advises on the Cavalier Fundamental Growth Fund CAFGX – click here to learn more.

Five Great Income Strategies to Focus On

Five Great Income Strategies to Focus On. Read more . . .

2008 White Paper - March 2017

Remember that "financial crisis" in 2008? Certainly you do if you live on planet earth. While it seems like a long time ago, the time has come to tell the real story of how our bumbling government officials contributed to the 2008 crash. This story starts . . . 

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Sharks, High Frequency, ETFs

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Finding Diamonds in the Rough

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ETFs: A Second-Part-of-the-Chessboard Problem

By Ivan Martchev, Investment Specialist at Navellier

Co-Authored by Louis Navellier

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Marketmail September 4

The interest rate environment remains more bullish than ever for stocks! Last week, the market celebrated the lowest 30-year Treasury bond yield in over a decade as the S&P 500’s dividend yield rose above the 30-year Treasury bond yield, an event that hasn’t happened since 2009, when a massive 10-year bull market began!

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NEW TOOL: Try Our Dividend Grader

Are you looking for income? Are your stocks' fundamentals strong enough to likely continue growing their dividends?

Our NEW Dividend Grader utilizes key fundamental metrics and weights them in an average to determine a grade of A to F. A being our highest ranking dividend persistence model which, as a group, tends to outperform the low persistence stocks, as well as the market in general. Learn more