How to Make Your Portfolio Muscular

Brian Livingston
May 12, 2020 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Brian Livingston
Brian Livingston

For decades, the financial services industry has sold risky investments, claiming that greater risk was the only path to greater gains. But high-risk strategies are vulnerable to huge losses that can devastate your portfolio. The key to wealth is to keep your losses small during bear markets. This gives you outperformance of the S&P 500 over complete bear-bull market cycles.

Brian Livingston’s new book Muscular Portfolios reveals the latest scientific evidence behind what experts call the Index Investing Revolution. The Muscular Portfolios in the book proved their worth by declining very little during the “coronavirus crash” of 2020. His website,, is the first to simply give away Wall Street’s secret buy-and-sell signals. The site is absolutely free — there are no financial products to buy and no “secret formulas” to pay for.

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Brian Livingston is a successful dot-com entrepreneur, a contributor to and, and the author of Muscular Portfolios (BenBella Books).

Based in New York City from 1984 through 1991, he was the assistant information technology manager of UBS Securities, a computer consultant for Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. (now JPMorgan Chase), and technology adviser to the investment bank Lazard Ltd.

As a computer expert, he published more than 1,000 articles from 1991 through 2010 in such publications as PC World, CNET, InfoWorld, PC Mag, and eWeek. He authored or co-authored 11 books in the Windows Secrets series (John Wiley & Sons), which sold more than 2.5 million copies in 30 languages worldwide. In 2003, he founded the Windows Secrets Newsletter, which grew from zero to 400,000 subscribers before he sold the business in 2010. His current publication is the monthly Muscular Portfolios Newsletter.

Attend this seminar to learn:

  • How to get market-like returns with no fear of crashes
  • The most profitable way to use the newest low-cost index funds
  • How 21st-century science demonstrates greater gains with lower risk
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