The McEwen Investment Report

David McEwen

Head Researcher

Professional Journalist Turned Investment Analyst

After writing for The Financial Times, Reuters News Service, National Business Review David turned his talents towards investment analysing. Over 30 years of watching the markets David offers timely and easy-to-understand commentary on shares that he classifies through the use of 9 unique key criteria.


The McEwen Investment Report

Decades of success

The McEwen Investment Report was established in New Zealand in 1998, and has since provided readers with accurate, timely and effective guidance to the share market. Growing to become a global title, offering fresh thinking and analysis of shares on the NZ, Australian, UK, and US stock markets. The newsletter offers easy-to-understand commentary on shares to buy, hold and sell. Using David McEwen's unique 9 Key Criteria we find financially sound businesses that are temporarily undervalued by other investors.

This has proven to be a low-risk strategy that to date has delivered returns that are substantially above the overall market.

The report is refreshingly free of jargon and complicated calculations, making it easy to read and understand, while every company profiled comes with a firm trading recommendation.

Information That Pays

PME Statistics

16.49% In 3 Days!

Pro Medicus

Tip given in The McEwen Platinum Club.

David McEwen advised the members of the McEwen Platinum Club to purchase Pro Medicus stocks on Thursday, the 6th of August. Three days later, he advised them to sell for a handsome 16.49% profit!

NST Statistics

25.40% In 5 Weeks!

Northern Star Resources

Tip given in The McEwen Investment Report.

On Thursday the 20th of June, David advised our members to invest in Northern Star Resources. Five weeks later, he advised they sell. Our readers made 25.40% in just 5 weeks!

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Information that matters.

The US market has been weak in recent weeks and the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index is back down to its 90 day moving average. If it breaks through this line, the market often continues to fall so we urge investors to be careful.

The #Australian #StockMarket has been one of the few that has not returned to its pre-virus highs. It is now weakening again and is close to breaking through a 90 day moving average line. #Investors with Australian #shares should proceed cautiously.

After bobbling along for weeks, Sky Network Television (SKT) #shares have #jumped up by over 4% today. Could this be a #sign that the ’smart money’ knows something we don’t about Sky’s annual result which is due to be announced on Thursday?

A2 Milk Corp (NZ: ATM) has seen its #share price trending down while the rest of the #market has been going up. However, the shares now look very reasonably priced when you consider the forecast #growth in #earnings and #dividends over the next couple of years.

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