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About Bob Brinker

Bob Brinker has more than twenty five years of investment management experience. He is the host of the weekend financial radio program Moneytalk, where Bob Brinker answers investment questions from around the country and discusses current issues.

About Moneytalk On Demand

Paid subscribers to Moneytalk On Demand (offered at receive:

  • On Demand Audio of Current Shows: If you miss Bob Brinker's Moneytalk live on the radio, or if it is pre-empted in your area by special programming, you can listen to the entire show later that day or night -- or any time you choose for up to three weeks -- on the Internet.

  • Three Weeks' Worth of Archived Audio: Each show will be available in its entirety and virtually commercial-free for three weeks after it airs.

  • "Hyperspeed": Each show will stream through a customized Windows Media Player® containing hyperlink buttons that will enable you to jump forward to another hour within the program or jump back to replay an hour you want to hear again.

  • Customer Service: Their staff is available by e-mail Mondays - Fridays 9AM to 6PM to assist with any questions or problems you may encounter during the registration process or after you begin streaming.

About Marketimer

In addition to hosting Moneytalk, Bob Brinker publishes Marketimer, his monthly investment newsletter (offered by paid subscription at and Marketimer covers stock market timing, federal reserve policy, specific mutual fund recommendations, and model portfolios for various objectives.

  • Portfolio I is designed for investors with aggressive growth investment objectives. Such investors seek maximum returns and are willing and able to accept high levels of risk and volatility. Current income is not a factor in this portfolio.

  • Portfolio II is designed for investors with long-term growth objectives. Such investors seek to enhance the value of their capital over time. They are willing to assume a reasonable level of diversified market risk. Current income is not an important factor for such investors.

  • Portfolio III is designed as a balanced portfolio for current investment income along with capital preservation and modest growth. The portfolio is allocated evenly between equities and fixed-income securities. This portfolio is best suited to investors nearing or already enjoying a retirement lifestyle.

  • Active/Passive Portfolio follows the long-term asset allocation guidelines of the Marketimer stock market timing model, and invests USA equity allocations in the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index (VTSMX) which follows the Wilshire 5000 Index. The portfolio offers broad diversification, minimization of annual expenses, a very high level of tax efficiency for taxable investment accounts, and overall simplicity.

One free back issue of Marketimer can be mailed to you on request.

Marketimer Contact Information

858 Happy Canyon Rd.
Suite 255
Castle Rock, CO 80108
(303) 660-8686

The above description was assembled using information from the publisher's site. All registered or unregistered trademarks referenced herein are the property of their respective owners, and no trademark rights to the same are claimed.

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