About Michael Markowski
Michael Markowski has been a visionary analyst since 1978. Throughout his 37 years in the Capital Markets he has endeavored to discover the Financial Statement metrics which drive the valuations of assets.
Markowski began conducting visionary research during his training at Merrill Lynch. It led to GEICO becoming the very first stock recommendation he made to his clients. The auto insurance company was subsequently acquired by Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathway for a 900% gain. The research Markowski conducted (while employed at Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette in 1984) on 250 public companies which had significantly outperformed the stock market enabled him to conclude that the companies had a common denominator enabling their shares to outperform the overall market.
After Enron mysteriously collapsed into bankruptcy with its share price falling to pennies within six months of having a price of over $50, Mr. Markowski conducted a post mortem (financial) autopsy to see if he could determine what caused its financial collapse. Enron’s Financial Statement anomaly, discovered by Markowski, inspired him to develop a diagnostic algorithm to identify this type of anomaly. He then launched a website which investors use to diagnose and monitor their holdings for this very anomaly that had stricken hundreds of public companies, including Lehman Brothers, over the last 10 years.
Markowski’s most valuable research to date is his most recent research on Crowdfunding and the impact that it’s going to have on the share prices of those companies which are already in position to benefit from Crowdfunding. This research provides a roadmap for investors to generate potentially 10 to 100 times on their investment from a diversified portfolio by the end of the decade.
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