Bryan Tycango is pitching some picks for his Asian Growth Stocks newsletter, and I thought I’d take just a few moments to fill you in on them before I get back into chattering about the Value Investing Congress. The pitch is that this is the “Jewelry company selling more gold than US Mint” — and […]
This article was originally published on May 25 as a Friday File for the Irregulars. It has NOT been updated or revised, and the original reader comments on the article are also included below. Today we’ve got a couple things to share with you — first, a look at stock that Keith Kohl’s Energy Investor […]
In the wake of every news event, there’s an investment story just champing at the bit to be told — and certainly the Japan earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear panic have brought a lot of investment stories to the fore, from broad-based thoughts on the future of nuclear energy or the impact on global GDP, to […]
Today for the Friday File I promise to focus on neither gold nor silver, though there are still a few “heavy rotation” gold teasers coming through the floodgates here at Gumshoe Manor (I’ll probably look into a couple of ’em next week, unless something sexier comes up). No, today it’s all about food — something […]
Today’s ad for our review comes in from Bryan Tycango, who writes the Asian Growth Stocks newsletter — we’ve looked at a few of his ideas before, but it’s been a while. This time, the ad is for a company that’s going to “jerk the rug out from under today’s tottering automobile giants.” Which just […]
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I promised to close out the look at the Asian Growth Stocks ad and see which company was teased by Bryan Tycango … and this third Asian stock recommendation sounds like it has some potential — Tycango says it could triple your money in 18 months. So what is the spiel? “Asians love to gamble. […]
This one came to me in an actual envelope, believe it or not … and it was on paper! Wow, these guys have some crazy ideas! Actually, I hear anecdotally that the direct mail efforts by a lot of the newsletters are still quite active — it’s a lot more expensive for them, but they […]