Tony Sagami, best known for his “Sell Tech Stocks Now!” call in October of 2000, has over four decades of investing experience. He is one of the early pioneers in the application of technical and quantitative analysis to mutual funds and stocks. He has worked in almost every part of the financial services industry, including a stint at Prudential, Merrill Lynch, and The Donohue Group. Tony later on transitioned to publishing and became one of the most widely read market writers of the last generation. Today, he runs a variety of financial newsletters where he mostly writes about investing in Asia, ETF trading, and finding hidden value in stocks.
He is also the Editor of Yield Shark and Rational Bear, advisory services that specialize in generating high current income in a zero interest rate world and all-weather strategies that can prosper in any market environment, including bear markets.
At the heart of his investment system are two obscure but effective mathematical models developed by two Nobel prize-winning, University of Chicago mathematicians that help deliver consistent results with a very low risk.