Remember our old friends at BreakAway Investor? Well, after a long run of breathless teasers under Andrew Mickey’s name, and a nice spate of the same from Christian DeHaemer, there’s a new guy helming this newsletter, and he’s got a space pick for us.
The new guy is Michael Robinson, and he apparently put together a special report for BreakAway Investor subscribers a few weeks back …
“Inside that report sat a potential 90% winner Michael had identified as one of the next industry leaders poised to bring America back into space.
“Well, it turns out Michael was right… and way ahead of the curve, too. The same low-cost satellite and rocket manufacturer he believes could nearly double your money is already up almost 10% since his report was issued.
“And it’s been mentioned twice in the past week inside the pages of The Wall Street Journal, which notes that “In the shorter term, companies expected to benefit from heightened commercial focus include (this company)”… and if you want to know the name of it, you’ll just have to send for Michael’s report.”
They go on to introduce the new editor in this ad, he’s apparently a former technology and defense journalist, and he tells us how terribly humbled he is to be helming this letter, which apparently has all of it’s picks showing a profit right now. That makes this yet another newsletter that can benefit from public perception — the market has been on a tear this year, and almost every investor has shown great returns since March, but the public perception that things are horrible makes it seem all the more impressive when a newsletter claims to have gotten 50% gains (or whatever) this year, because what still sticks in most investors’ minds is how awful things were last Fall.
But that’s beside the point, really — just remember that when newsletters claim great recent returns, they’re not alone … the S&P 500 is up about 80% over the last six months.
So who is this company that they’re teasing now? A few more details:
“Out-of-This-World Gains… Thanks to This Low-Cost Rocket Maker
“NASA is preparing to return to the moon. The agency has not announced an exact date but expects a lunar launch by 2020. After that we go to Mars.
“Only problem is, we’re currently looking at an aging and ...