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George Putnam, III has been sharing market-beating stock recommendations and timely commentary since 1986. One of the longest-running investment newsletters on the market today, Putnam's Turnaround Letter is also one of the top ranked: The annualized return on Turnaround Letter stock picks over the past 20 years is 10.8%, vs. the S&P 500's 6.1% (through 3/31/19)--making The Turnaround Letter one of the top-performing investment newsletters of the nearly 200 on the market.

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  • Market-beating purchase recommendations. The annualized return of The Turnaround Letter’s purchase recommendations is 12.19% over the last 15 years--more than 30% higher than the S&P 500.
  • Timely market commentary and insight from George Putnam, III, the nation’s leading turnaround investor. George educates his readers on the ins and outs of turnaround opportunities and shares his knowledge about the strong return potential of these undervalued companies poised for reversal, rebound, and recovery.
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What is
Turnaround Investing?

what is turnaround investing

Turnaround investing is the process of looking for investment opportunities in solid but down-and-out companies that are poised to rebound: companies that Wall Street unjustly hates for one reason or another. Turnaround investors who get in when the stock prices are near bottom can ride these investments for hefty gains on the way back up.


Recent Stock Pick Returns

Each year many of Wall Street’s biggest gainers are established but troubled companies that turn themselves around. Of course not all of our stock picks perform this well, but listed below are eight recent “closed out” recommendations and their corresponding return rates (from price at the time of purchase recommendation through that at the time of sale recommendation):