Top Calls

Phases & Cycles have a track record of predicting both the directions and the targets correctly.

A few examples:

Nortel: We were quoted in the Globe & Mail on November 1, 2000 when it traded at $90: “Nortel could easily fall to $30, or even lower”! In actual fact, it fell to $0.

Banks: On July 3, 2007, we issued a major Sell report on the Banks before their collapse.

Bombardier ‘B': Published a BUY at $4.06 in October 2008 with a target of $7. Reached $7.25 in March 2011 for a 78% appreciation.

Jean Coutu: Published a BUY at $8.35 (March 2009), with targets of $10 and $11. When the stock reached $10.17 (March 28th, 2011 - 21.7% gain) we re-recommended it with targets of $12 and $14. The first target was reached on July 14th, 2011 for a 43.7 gain.

Potash: Recommended at $40.78 (June 2009) with targets of $53 and $58 (adjusted for a 3:1 split) and re-recommended at $51.31 with targets of $64 and $69. Reached $64 in February 2011 for a 56.9% gain. 

Sensient Technologies: Recommended at US$27.36 (September 2009), with targets of $34 and $39. Reached $38.86 in July 2011 for a 42% appreciation.  

Deere: Recommended at US$47.58 (November 2009) with targets of $59 and $69. When Deere reached $73.70 in October 2010 (a 54.9% gain) we re-recommended it with targets of $89 and $99. Deere reached $99.80 in April 2011 for a 110% appreciation.

IBM: Recommended at US$135.25 (October 2010), when it moved above a major trading range, with targets of $159 and $179. IBM reached $209.50 on April 3rd, 2012 for a 54.9% appreciation.

Sino-Forest: We recommended Sino-Forest on January 13th, 2011 at $22.86. The stock had a major reversal and fell below its 200-day Moving Average, below its rising rendline and below support near $20.50. We closed out the position at $20.08 on May 13th and avoided a 100% loss as Sino-Forest collapsed a few days later and was de-listed.

Our recommendations at the CIFP's (Canadian Certified Financial Planner®) Conference, May 2011, resulted in an average 16% profit.  

In addition to Stock Reports, we publish Market Comments at regular intervals.  These have an excellent track record.  For example, we turned bullish in October 2002 and predicted the March 2003 correction, we stayed bullish throughout 2003 and most of 2004, caught the corrections in 2005, predicted new highs for 2006 and 2007, correctly forecast the beginning of the mid-2008 sell-off, and turned bullish again in April 2009.  

 Our publishing schedule has grown through the years. It grew from 100 in 2000 to over 200 in 2012.