Mark Hulbert

Mark Hulbert is the founder of the Hulbert Financial Digest, which closed in 2016. His Hulbert Ratings tracks investment newsletters that pay a flat fee to be audited. He can be reached at mark@hulbertratings.com.

Recent Articles By The Author

How to Spot a Market top When you see one

How to Spot a Market top When you see one

Mark Hulbert cautions investors to avoid getting caught up in the bullish euphoria that inevitably accompanies new market highs.

Stock Market Gains and Trump's Re-Election Chances

Stock Market Gains and Trump's Re-Election Chances

President Trump's supporters are grasping at straws when they say the stock market's recent strength points to his winning re-election.

Calendar-Based Trading System Pays Off Over Time

Calendar-Based Trading System Pays Off Over Time

Mark Hulbert writes that this market-beating system knows years in advance the exact days it will trade.

Will Dow Transports Trip This Bull Market?

Will Dow Transports Trip This Bull Market?

Mark Hulbert looks at the Dow Theory and the 20 stocks in whose hands the bull market's fate rests.

Why the Stock Market Might Be Undervalued

Why the Stock Market Might Be Undervalued

Mark Hulbert looks at the analysis of certain dividend-paying stocks and says the argument can be made that this market still represents good long-term value.

Gold Tells a Shocking Story in Venezuelan Currency Terms

Gold Tells a Shocking Story in Venezuelan Currency Terms

Mark Hulbert writes that one shouldn't assume gold is always a good hedge against inflation.

Dow Theory Offers Conflicting Signals

Dow Theory Offers Conflicting Signals

What oldest stock market timing system is saying about the market now.

The S&P 500 Has Formed a Rare and Ominous Triple Top

The S&P 500 Has Formed a Rare and Ominous Triple Top

Why market bulls should be worried about the action in the S&P 500 over the past 18 months.

Checking the Pulse of the U.S. Economy: Too Much Debt?

Checking the Pulse of the U.S. Economy: Too Much Debt?

Mark Hulbert says the antidote to overconfidence is to periodically step back and assess the health of the economy.

Did That Market Drop Get Your Attention?

Did That Market Drop Get Your Attention?

Mark Hulbert writes that market timers have reacted to the stock market's selloff with a big yawn.