David Gardner at the Motley Fool is usually the “growth” guy — he’s the one who has most famously grabbed on to “story” stocks when they were crazy expensive but had big growth potential, and held on for gains of several thousand percent (Netflix, Priceline, etc.). So it caught my eye that he’s recommending a […]
May 12 Update: The lateset teaser pitch from the Fool is touting this same stock again, only with a different spiel from a different company as they tout the “connected car” instead of the “autonomous car”. I presume they’re just testing different ads to see what works best — this latest one pitches it as: […]
“You Won’t Read About ‘Duke St. Trusts’ in Bloomberg… “But for Over a Decade They’ve Minted Returns Like 197.7%, 3,265.6%, and even 5,389.9%! (Seriously) “The financial media is at it again: After a great rally they’re all blabbing that stocks can’t go higher, but they’re missing the biggest story yet… “Because the 2 newest Duke […]
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It’s been a very long time since I’ve looked at a teaser from the Motley Fool’s Hidden Gems service — that’s the “small cap value” newsletter which used to be run by Tom Gardner. It’s now edited by Andy Cross over at the Motley Fool, and has dropped some of the “value focus” but still […]
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