Accelerated Profits Review (Is It The Real Deal?)

Hello and welcome to my review of Louis Navellier’s Accelerated Profits.

I discovered Accelerated Profits through a presentation on the InvestorPlace website, where Louis was talking about making potentially life changing money with tech stocks.

Louis Navellier is an expert investor who’s well-known for picking some of the most high growth stocks in the technology space, long before mainstream media catches on. So I was curious enough to take a closer look at this, to see if it was legitimate or just hype.

In summary… what I found was that for $1,799 per year you get immediate access to Louis’ top five stock picks, at least four new recommendations each month, regularly updated buy alerts and other resources aimed at helping you make significant returns in less time.

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That said, Accelerated Profits is a legitimate service run by one of the most well-known investing gurus around, and this service looks quite promising.

So let’s take a closer look at what it’s about, how it works and whether or not Louis Navellier is someone worth paying attention to.

What Is Accelerated Profits?

Accelerated Profits is an investment advisory service headed up by Louis Navellier of InvestorPlace. The main idea behind the service is to provide subscribers with trade recommendations that Louis says could be at tipping point of a growth surge.

It’s similar to another service he runs called Breakthrough Stocks in that it’s mostly focussed on technology stocks, but it’s not limited to small cap stocks and is more fast paced.

Rather than buying and holding, the Accelerated Profits service is more about actively trading in and out of positions on a weekly basis.

Whether it be growth stocks, value stocks, small or large cap stocks, he says the main idea is to jump on stocks right before they surge. As long as he thinks the stock is on the verge of a breakout, with potential of seeing double-digit returns within weeks.

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How does he do it?

According to the InvestorPlace website:

Accelerated Profits uses Louis Navellier’s proprietary stock-rating system to identify High Velocity and Ultimate Growth Trades. By combining the “one-two punch” of strong momentum and fundamentals with a more frequent trading schedule, you get significant returns… in a fraction of the time.

The proprietary stock-rating system used in Accelerated Profits is, from what I understand, the same one he’s used for over 40 years to help clients from all over the world generate millions of dollars in wealth. It’s just designed to work on a more frequent trading schedule.

Louis is known for both his fundamental and quantitative analysis when uncovering the stock opportunities he shares. So he doesn’t just blindly follow chart patterns as some traders do, he understands the technology sector and the fundamentals behind the stocks he picks.

He also looks at the momentum of a given stock, which is really important with a service like this, since the main idea is to position yourself early, before it commences a huge upside move.

Overall, there’s a lot to like about this service. And it’s especially suited to those wanting to make fast money and trade in and out of positions on a weekly basis.

Who’s Louis Navellier – Real Investing Guru?

Louis Navellier
Louis Navellier

Louis Navellier is a professional investor, leading money management guru, and the man behind the Accelerated Profits service.

According to his InvestorPlace profile page, he has over 35 years of experience as a savvy stock picker, and is an unrivaled portfolio manager.

In fact, he’s one of Wall Street’s most renowned growth investors and according to the New York Times, an icon among growth stock investors.

Throughout his career, Louis’s goal has been to uncover Wall Street’s inconsistencies and help investors beat the market with less risk.

And his growth stock investment tips have helped tens of thousands of investors, so he must be doing something right. Especially considering that some of his newsletter services have been credited with outperforming the S&P 500 by 6-to-1.

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He’s recommended stocks like Amazon, Apple and Microsoft when they were trading for pennies, long before the masses caught on.

And as a result of his success, and the value he shares with people, Louis has established one of the most exceptional long-term track records in the investing space.

So I think it’s pretty clear he’s a legitimate investing and trading guru.

He’s been doing this for over 35 years and has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry. He’s also been featured on Fox Business News and CNBC, not to mention he is often quoted by The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch and Bloomberg.

And it seems as though many people speak highly of his newsletters, as well as his highly acclaimed book (The Little Book That Makes You Rich) and his fund management company, Navellier & Associates – which manages billions of dollars.

How Does Accelerated Profits Work?

The main benefit of joining Accelerated Profits is getting access to Louis Navellier’s trade recommendations on a weekly basis. As a member, you get access to at least four new trade ideas each week, for the full 12 months you’re a member.

On top of this, you get five of Louis’ top stock ideas the moment you join.

Louis says these are the “hottest moving stocks on the Accelerated Profits Buy List” so the idea is you can take action on these ideas right away.

Members also receive regular buy alerts and updates each week, to help keep you informed about what Louis is recommending and at what prices.

Not to mention, you get detailed Profit Guides every Monday that give you insight into Louis’ trading strategy and what’s on the agenda for the week ahead, along with other resources like the member-only website, to help keep you ahead of the curve.

So, while it does cost $1,799, it’s quite a comprehensive service.

Is there any sort of guarantee?

There’s no guarantee that you’ll make money with the service, because nobody can guarantee anyone will make money with any investing or trading method. This sort of thing is inherently risky, so you are putting your money at risk the moment you buy any security.

Also, it does depend on which page you join through, but from what I can see it’s not possible to get a refund for this service. Which the site says is because you’re getting Louis five stock picks immediately after joining. And some people join, then refund, just to get the stock picks.

Is Accelerated Profits a Legitimate Service?

Yes, Accelerated Profits is a legitimate service.

It’s run by a real trading advisory service that’s aimed at helping subscribers make triple-digit gains from tech stocks, in a relatively short period of time.

And it’s run by a real trading and investing guru with a proven track record of success. Louis is probably one of the most successful and noteworthy tech investors in the world.

Not to mention, InvestorPlace has been around for many years, it’s one of the most popular financial publishing companies in the space.

On the same token, that doesn’t mean you’re going to get rich just by signing up. And, as with anything, I also think it pays to understand the risks involved before rushing in.

In this case, most of the risk comes into play if you follow Louis’ trade recommendations and they don’t play out as you expected. Which happens. Not every trade Louis recommends is going to be a winner. The idea is that the winners outshine the losers, so to speak.

I guess for the most part it comes down to the timeless principal of “only invest what you can afford to lose” and understanding that this is not a get rich quick thing.

Bottom Line

Accelerated Profits is an investment advisory service headed up by Louis Navellier of InvestorPlace. The main idea behind the service is to provide subscribers with trade recommendations that Louis says could be at tipping point of a growth surge.

On one hand, Louis Navellier is an expert with a proven track record of success, so his service could be a great way to make money trading the market within a relatively short time.

On the other hand, trading is risky. Especially when you’re trading in and out of stocks on a weekly basis. No matter how good you are, it’s very difficult to predict what the market is going to do one year to the next, let alone where it’s headed next week or month.

Either way, what you decide to do is up to you.

I’m not affiliated with Accelerated Profits or InvestorPlace, so my aim with this review was never to convince you to join, or not join, the service. My aim was just to share my opinion, which hopefully helps you make a more informed choice either way.