Charles Sizemore

Charles SizemoreCharles Sizemore,
Co-Editor, Green Zone Fortunes

Charles Sizemore is the co-editor of Green Zone Fortunes along with Adam O’Dell, and is a frequent contributor to our free e-letter, Money & Markets Daily.

After he graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in business, he earned his MBA from the London School of Economics — the same place folks including George Soros, David Rockefeller, Michael Lewis and even Mick Jagger call their alma mater.

Charles, a world-renowned stock market expert, is no stranger to successfully making big market predictions.

He specializes in growth strategies and in building portfolios that zig when the market zags.

He’s a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg and Fox Business News, and enjoys regularly traveling to his wife’s native home of Peru.

Charles is a regular guest on our podcast The Bull & The Bear, and he even stars in his own YouTube series, Investing With Charles Sizemore.

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Charles is the co-editor of Green Zone Fortunes, a research newsletter in which he and Chief Investment Strategist Adam O’Dell curate a portfolio of high-conviction stocks using the Green Zone Ratings model.

The Green Zone Fortunes investing strategy couldn’t be simpler to use. Once a month, Charles and Adam send their No. 1 stock, and readers buy shares and hold them for between six and 36 months.

Adam and Charles expect the stocks they choose to trounce the market. And so far, they’re doing just that. Their readers had the chance to close out positions for gains of 100%, 124% and 91% since September 2020 — and their open portfolio is well in the green, boasting several gains of 50% or more at any given time!


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October 19, 2021 Investing
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October 14, 2021 Markets
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October 13, 2021 Investing
- A dividend portfolio should have a nice balance of growing payers, and defensive positions. Campbell stock (NYSE: CMB) falls into the latter.
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October 12, 2021 Investing
- Bond yields are rising, but they still aren't attractive. Here are three alternatives to bonds that put your money to work for your future.
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October 6, 2021 Investing
- It's tough to tell where the market will head next. During increased volatility, it pays to hold stodgy REITs with competitive yields.
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October 5, 2021 Investing
- With the World Series right around the corner an old Warren Buffett saying comes to mind: There are no called strikes when investing.
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October 1, 2021 Markets
- In this week's Investing With Charles: Research analyst Matt Clark and Charles Sizemore break down the Evergrande crisis in China.
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September 29, 2021 Investing
- Rather than fixate on distressing headlines of things that may or may not come to pass, here's a dependable dividend play.
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September 28, 2021 Economy
- China's Evergrande is having trouble paying the interest on its loans, which is reminiscent of the conditions that led to the 2008 recession.