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Can you really “‘Backdoor’ Fortune 500 Accounts?”

These kinds of ads always include some huge numbers that sound really, really impressive… here’s a little bit of the intro from the latest ad for Briton Ryle’s The Wealth Advisory: “*Jim T. collected $23,500 last month from ‘backdooring’ Google’s Account *Ron J. ‘backdoored’ $15,804 from Facebook’s Account *Aaron K. pocketed $6,817 last month from […]

“Digital Rent Checks” — What’s the “Facebook CEO pays millions for DIRT?” Pitch from Jim Pearce about?

This article originally appeared on January 24, 2017. It has not been updated. This ad has generated quite a few questions from Gumshoe readers, and I’ll agree that it sounds pretty enticing (of course, almost all ads do — that’s why they work so well!)… here’s part of the Jim Pearce email that gets the […]

Friday File Earningspalooza — Data Centers, Auto Electronics, Google and More

NXP Semiconductor (NXPI) and Visteon (VC) both reported results this week, both pretty much in line with what I would have expected and pretty close to analyst estimates (Visteon earnings were well above estimates, revenue well below because analysts have a hard time getting very specific on Visteon quarters — but their big picture remains […]

Plow and Core

I noted on Friday that I had added to my Douglas Dynamics (PLOW) holdings following their recent acquisition of Dejana… so I should note that this morning, ratings agencies gave PLOW a little slap on the wrist for their term loan — it is a leveraged company, so they downgraded the term loan by one […]

Friday File: VIC Impressions, Altius, Seadrill and “How to make Netflix pay YOU ‘Internet Royalties’ for EVERY movie it rents”

I always get a lot of food for thought when I go to the Value Investing Congress, so I’ve got a teaser solution and some updates for your Friday File enjoyment but I thought I’d start with some musing about the Congress ideas that percolated to the top for me on the train ride home… […]

“An unstoppable $160 BILLION force that could make early investors a small fortune…” (Motley Fool)

The folks at the Motley Fool have been promoting Dave Gardner’s Rule Breakers newsletter for years by using the same basic theme for their ads: Cloud computing scared Bill Gates into retirement, and the “Kings of Cloud Computing” in the next era will make you rich. If you’re not familiar with Gardner, he’s basically a […]

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