“The #1 Way to Own Gold — Even if the Dollar Rises” (Mega Trends)

Earlier this week, when I was looking into Teeka Tiwari’s pitch about stealing from Vladimir Putin, I promised that I’d follow up and look at the gold investment he was also teasing in that letter… so let’s get to it! His overall spiel is selling something he calls the “New Cold War Playbook” as a […]

Quickie: Cabot’s “unstoppable wave of growth” in Big Data stock

Last week I started looking into Cabot Market Letter’s pitch about their latest portfolio moves, including a buy of Harman (HAR) that has already jumped almost five percent since we looked at it back on Thursday (not that we or Cabot probably had anything to do with that jump) … … and I told you […]

“Rob the Kremlin” with Teeka Tiwari

I love these kinds of ads. It’s the perfect mix of intrigue, drama, patriotism, greed and fun — it makes you feel like you’re in a Tom Clancy novel instead of pecking away at your keyboard, looking for a half decent investing idea. Teeka Tiwari moved to the Palm Beach Research Group last year (I […]

“This EXACT SAME Crisis Has Happened Twice in the History of Energy…” (Dr. Kent Moors)

This article is a repeat of a solution to a teaser pitch that Dr. Kent Moors has been marketing very aggressively for almost a year. Why? Because he and his publishers at Money Map are pushing it very heavily again, as they’ve done every few months, and we’re getting questions… and there have been some […]

“Two Important Portfolio Changes” from Cabot

A reader sent in a question about a recent low-key teaser letter from Cabot Market Letter, so we’re going to look into that today. There’s some substance to the letter before they get to hinting and teasing about their current recommendations, including the note that they increased their cash position to 46% back in January […]

Navellier says “I’ve Broken All My Rules and Fallen in Love with This Stock”

This one has investors everywhere frothing at the mouth — or at least, that’s how it seems from this end of the email queries your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe is receiving about Louis Navellier’s favorite stock. So at the very least, the copywriters at Investorplace (Navellier’s publisher) are awfully good at catching your eye — they […]

Dittman’s “How to Bank Massive Gains from an $11 Afterthought Stock.”

Canadian Edge is a newsletter that generally has given a lot of attention to energy and utility stocks and other companies with decent dividend yields, so my first thought when I saw they were teasing an “afterthought stock” was that it must be some misunderstood energy company that’s just beaten down because oil and gas […]