Contact: Major Richard Williams, 716-938-6623
SALAMANCA, N.Y., Jan. 13, 2015 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Faithful Servant LLC's newest Newsletter, The Christian Transportation Investor, reached its third year of tracking by MarketWatch's Hulbert Financial Digest as 2014 closed. Its model portfolios earned top-five ranking for both its one-year and three-year performance on the Hulbert Interactive website. Its one-year gain of 52.0% earned 3rd place among the 190 newsletters tracked at least one year, and its three-year annualized return of 32.2% placed it 5th against the 167 newsletters that age or more. The Wilshire 5000 Stock Index gain Hulbert Interactive cites as a performance benchmark for the market as a whole was 12.7% and 20.3% respectively for the one and three-year periods.
"We are very enthusiastic about our results," said Mick Williams, TCTI's editor and a co-founder of Faithful Servant LLC. He adds: "While it is important to remember that past performance cannot guarantee future results, you can trust Faithful Servant's model portfolios to remain true to our marketing slogan to help you 'Care about what your investment does, not just what it earns!' You're invited to learn more about our Company, our investment strategy, and performance to date by visiting our website, www.TCVI-24-7.com
Faithful Servant's co-founder Richard Williams noted "The Christian Value Investor family of newsletters is no newcomer to success and Mick can be justifiably proud of the exceptionally strong 2014 finish. The flagship's sister publication The Christian Utility Investor achieved the number one ranking for all of 2011 in its first year of publication and finished 2014 in 7th place with an annual gain of 29.1%. The Christian Value Investor ranked 16th with a return on investment of 17.7% for the year. Having all three newsletters in the top 10% of a field populated by major publications of the financial world highlights our goal of publishing model stock portfolios a Christian can embrace, without having to abandon a profitability goal."
According to Mick Williams, his three newsletters grew out of his 2008 MBA Thesis and the capstone project of an entrepreneurship class. He became convinced of the potential of his project's business model for a distinctively Christian investment newsletter embracing Value Investing principles first taught by Benjamin Graham, and co-founded Faithful Servant LLC with his father, Richard Williams, a retired Air Force officer.