ABOUT NIGAM ARORA

OVERVIEW

ABOUT NIGAM ARORA

OVERVIEW

Nigam Arora is a distinguished  master of the  financial markets,  an engineer and nuclear physicist by background,  has founded two Inc. 500 fastest growing companies, has been involved in over 50 entrepreneurial ventures, is the developer of Theory ZYX of Successful Change Management, is the author of the book on Theory ZYX, as well as the developer of  the ZYX Change Method to profit from change in trading and investing. 

 

Nigam Arora is truly a master of the markets.
The Arora Report picks are fantastic, and their market timing is truly unparalleled.
Other world famous market timers do not even come close to anticipating events the way Nigam Arora does. In all, I am an extremely satisfied subscriber. If I could only have one service, it would be The Arora Report investment newsletter advisory.
Charlie W, Massachusetts
A doctor by profession
who is passionate about investing
and a subscriber to The Arora Report
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Nigam’s advanced mathematics skills have played a key role in the success of the combination of  ZYX Change Method  and the adaptive ZYX Allocation Model  which automatically changes based on market conditions. The adaptiveness has overcome the weakness of conventional models in that they work for a while and then stop working as market conditions change.

Nigam is the founder and Chief Investment Officer of the well-respected  The Arora Report. He is also the founder of the Change Management Center. Nigam is a contributor to  Forbes, MarketWatch , Kitco and Seeking Alpha. His writings have generated over 40 million page views.

People close to Nigam call him an economist due to his deep knowledge in applying leading economic indicators to call the markets to generate high risk adjusted returns.

Nigam is known for his prescient calls  from which subscribers to The Arora Report have handsomely benefited. Over the years, Nigam has made thousands of accurate calls on macro, individual stocks, individual ETFs, commodities including precious metals and crude oil, and currencies.

Here are some of his major  macro calls.

 

U.S. STOCKS
  • Calls to go to 100% cash prior to the 2008 stock market cash for long only investors
  • Calls to go to 100% short prior to the 2008 crash for investors who were able to short
  • In the early stages of the decline prior to 2008 crash,  calls to go heavily in inverse  ETFs
  • In the 2008 crash when most investors lost half of the value of their portfolios, subscriber to The Arora Report made money by the boat load
  •  Call to take profits on inverse ETFs in February 2009, just before the market bottom
  •  Calls to   take profits on all short positions in February 2009, just before the market bottom
  • Calls  to  aggressively buy stocks long in February and March of  2009 right at the market bottom
  • Aggressive hedging and profit taking prior to market downturn in 2011 making 2011 a profitable year for The Arora Report subscribers, a year in which most investors lost money
  • Staying aggressively long, at times with protective hedges, during the long bull market of 2009-2015
  • Calls for up to 50% cash and aggressive hedging in late 2015 prior to the market downturn of early 2016
GOLD AND SILVER
  • Calls to backup the truck and buy gold in $600s with average of $663 before a run to $1904
  • Calls to allocate 20% (maximum allowed under diversification rules) to silver in $16-18 range with average of $17.73 before a run to $50
  • Call to sell all of the silver at $48.50 close to the to the top at  just over $50
  • Call to short sell silver over $50 and holding the short position all the way down to $14 range.
  • Call to sell half of the gold at the exact top at $1904 and put a stop on the remaining at $1750, subsequently gold fell to $1000 range.
  • Correctly stayed bearish on gold and silver since 2011 top to  early 2016 with numerous calls to trade mostly from the short side  and a handful of  correct calls to take long positions to profit from countertrend rallies
CRUDE OIL
  • Bullish calls to buy crude oil long in 2007 in the range of $65-73 with an average of $68.71 before a run to the range of $140  in 2008
  • Call to sell all of the crude oil position in 2008 at $138.87 in 2008 right near the top in $140 range
  • Bearish calls to sell crude oil short in 2008  in the range of $121-133 with an average of 127.34 before a fall to the $40 range
  • Call to take profits on all of the crude oil short position  in 2009 at $41.86 right near the bottom
  • Bullish calls to buy crude oil long in 2009 in the range of $43-49 with an average of $47.18 before a run to the range of $108 in 2011
  • Call to take profits on all of the crude oil long position at $103.43  in 2011
  • Bearish calls to sell short crude oil in the range of $108 in 2014 right near the top
  • Correctly stayed bearish on oil in 2014 to early 2016 as oil dropped to $27 range
EUROPE
  • During European sovereign debt crisis when many gurus were calling for failure of euro, made the correct bold call  that euro will survive as a currency and European Union would not break up
  • Made several specific  investment calls stemming from the foregoing  macro call that have generated large profits
CHINA
  • When China GDP was growing at about 12% and everyone with rare exceptions was bullish on China, made a bold bearish call that China super-cycle is over; by 2016 China true GDP growth fell to about 6%
  • Made several specific  investment calls stemming from the foregoing  macro call that  have generated large profits
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