Empire Investment Report

In each issue of the Empire Investment Report, Whitney Tilson and his senior analyst Steve Culbertson share their top investment recommendations, ideas, predictions, and warnings.

By applying the lessons they’ve learned from decades of studying legendary value investors like Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, they aim to help individual investors generate market-beating returns while minimizing risk.

The Empire Investment Report focuses on recommending and building a model portfolio of small- or mid-cap stocks, many of which you’ve likely never heard of before.

Each month, Whitney applies the same strategy he used to begin with $1 million in 1999 and build a hedge fund with $200 million in peak assets, nearly tripling his investors’ money in his first decade.

Publication Overview

How often is the Empire Investment Report published?

The third Wednesday of every month

How much capital do I need to get started?

We recommend a portfolio large enough to put at least $1,000 into each of our recommendations

What will you be recommending?

The vast majority of our recommendations are small- or mid-cap, U.S.-listed stocks

Do you make short recommendations?

While we will occasionally warn our subscribers about overvalued stocks or sectors, we will only make long (buy) recommendations

What is the typical holding period?

We expect our average holding period to be two to three years

Whitney Tilson

Editor
Whitney Tilson


Contributing Analysts

Steve Culbertson, Senior Analyst, Empire Financial Research

About The Editor

Empire Financial Research founder and CEO Whitney Tilson is the editor of the Empire Investment Report, a monthly investment advisory that focuses on cheap, high-quality stock ideas.

Whitney graduated with honors from Harvard University and Harvard Business School, where he earned an MBA and was named a Baker Scholar. Whitney spent nearly 20 years on Wall Street, during which time he founded and ran Kase Capital Management, growing assets under management from $1 million at inception to a peak of $200 million.

Once dubbed "The Prophet" by CNBC, Whitney predicted the dot-com crash, the housing bust, the 2009 stock bottom, and more. Now, he's sharing his secrets and strategies with followers of his latest endeavor, Empire Financial Research.

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