If his investments reflect the information on his site, then it's not high quality.
" Hussmanâ€™s persistently poor performance is an object lesson in the futility of trying to outsmart the market, a temptation to which some very smart people succumb either through security selection or market timing.
So while Hussman, seeking to avoid an overvalued market, minimized shareholder damage with a mere 9% loss in 2008 compared to the nearly 26% loss of a balanced 65% stock / 35% bond portfolio, the hubris of market timing ultimately redounded to the disadvantage of Hussmanâ€™s shareholders.
That, Nelson illustrates through the 29.1% loss Hussmanâ€™s shareholders have suffered over the period January 2008 through October 2014. In other words, Hussman won the battle of 2008, avoiding the worst market carnage that year, while losing the war played out over a lengthy recovery in which that same balanced fund gained 43.5%, a performance gap of greater than 70%."