Michael Markowski – Crowdfunding, Stock Health, & Investing

by on October 22, 2012      

in Finance & Economics

Michael Markowski

Michael Markowski

Michael Markowski is the visionary founder of Stock Diagnostics, Bear Market Tracker, Crowd Classifieds, and the Global Financial News Network (GFNN). In 2004, Forbes named him one of the 50 great investors. Michael Markowski has been a guest on every major radio and television station in the USA. He has pioneered a revolutionary way to diagnose the true health of stocks.

Good news is on approach for expanding the marketplace for entrepreneurs seeking funding and investors who want to invest not just large funds but now small funds. Soon you will be able to advertise what you are doing and seeking investment capital for like in the 1930s. Regulations are scheduled to shift gears beginning 2013.

Negative cash flow and positive earnings are still dangerous for investors. The key to picking great stocks is the cash flow position, not just the record earnings per share. Michael Markowski shares his professional views about Enron, Sunbeam, Sears, Google, Apple, Facebook, and other companies that might be on your radar. If you are interested in the latest breakthroughs in picking stocks and are ready for the good news about crowdfunding, this segment is for you.


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1 tom renna November 2, 2012 at 4:23 am

HI Kim,
Just found your website.
Great Interview.
You’re right ,Michael and GFNN are sort of hidden under the radar.

I’ve been using Stockdiagnostics since it’s inception. My website publishes Stockdiangostics news and statistics exclusively every day @ http://www.equitiesresearch.com



2 Hank Heister October 23, 2012 at 2:59 pm

Kim, congratulations for another great interview… I know Mike personally and he is a champion for investors. GFNN, http://stockdiagnostics.com and Investview.Inc (INVU) will be very big winners! Thanks again for letting us see Mike’s depth and grasp of what makes investment really work!


3 Kim Greenhouse November 7, 2012 at 5:52 pm

Thank you Hank. Thank you for all the work that you are doing to improve people’s lives.


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