Factor into your own market work, Gene’s stock market analysis of changing economic conditions. Gene’s retired from money management and daily financial TV analysis; sharing views & forecasts via “The Inger Letter,” combining today’s latest evolving technology with decades of investing and understanding of macro economics and trading tactics.
Gene began investing at age 13, but his career began at a major Wall Street firm, where his stock selections easily outperformed others (back then firm’s Senior Partners got byline credit); so Gene went directly to investors by returning to California; becoming the first to call hourly market moves.
Back home on ‘the Coast’, he anchored KWHY-TV in Los Angeles, the nation’s first financial television station; began ‘The Inger Letter’; prior to portfolio management services from our Century City HQ.
New financial television programs in several cities Produced by us followed (San Francisco; Seattle; Dallas; St. Louis; Miami / Fort Lauderdale; pariticpation programs in Tampa; Atlanta; and regular TV appeareances in Chicago). Radio included several CBS affiliates (New York, Chicago, St. Louis and Honololu); others in Los Angeles and Washington DC. In time his own station with market and varied programming in New York/New Jersey featured his ‘Stock Market Today’ & ‘Wall Street Perspective’ programs. (A sort of cult movie called ‘UHF’ indirectly spoofs some station goings-on…lots of craziness as everyone from Bruce Springstein to Bon Jovi showed-up for a post-market teen hilarity show).
Incidentally, Gene and his station partner had the honor of innaugurating the first TV transmitter on the World Trade Center (translator to repeat our New Jersey signal into the ‘burroughs’, Long Island and Southern New England); with the memory of the occasion seared into every Anniversary of the barbarian Islamist attack on the Twin Towers. As a further aside, I was proud to call Captain Charles Burlinghame of American Airlines Flight 77 a friend. Let nobody ever forget that ‘day of infamy’.
Returning to Gene’s market background; among major print publications interviews or quotes: “Wall Street Journal®,” “Barron’s®,” “New York Times®,” “Los Angeles Times®,” “Equities®,” and “Finance®” magazines; plus other venues even including a number of guest seminars focused on S&P trading and options; for brokerage firms and on cruise ships.
Financial interviews range from CNBC, CNN, PBS, Regis Philbin (yes in the early days) to Taiwan television and recently Athens. His “West & East Coast Stock Market Today” shows became FNN affiliates; and merged into the CNBC Network (Gene was an original CNBC Market Maven). The absorption by CNBC ended our over-the-air financial telecasting, as ensuing similar services have been strictly cable or satellite, until small internet inroads more recently.
We appreciate the enthusiasm our members expressed over the years; and remain the first & only analyst to call S&P probable moves hour-to-hour and day-to-day with regularity (whether by TV, telephony, internet audio or now video). We are particularly pleased that all our videos are done in MPEG, which allows High Definition clarity of charts shown.
Now retired from portfolio management, Gene publishes his popular Daily Briefing commentary nightly; in modern digital form. He also updates its companion MarketCast several times daily, with a focus on intraday patterns for S&P stock index futures, as well as other major indexes, such as Oil, the Dollar, Silver & Gold, plus treasuries or periodically commodities. While the primary focus is the E-mini S&P; index, option or ETF surrogates tend to behave similarly.
In this era of global instability, first forecast by Gene in May 2007 as an ‘Epic Debacle’ then-forthcoming; particular emphasis on monetary policy and geopolitical issues has joined a traditional focus on markets, plus the Technology and Financial sectors, which have always been covered. We invite you to join us as a regular Daily member.