Tag Archives: Ian Wyatt

  • Wyatt’s “2 High-Yield Dividend Payers on Buffett’s Island”

    “Dozens of the world’s wealthiest are watching their income soar here… “… it’s not just because of its warm, tropical breezes and its pristine, crystal-clear waters. “And it’s not just because there’s no crime and little-to-no unemployment. “You see, this island paradise differs from so much of the developed in a much more fundamental way… […]

  • “Little-known ‘Silicon Valley bank’ pays out a steady and safe 8.7% cash stream”

    “There’s a secret income opportunity buried deep within dusty Silicon Valley… “It’s called the Silicon Valley bank and it churns out a steady cash stream of 8.71%. “But unlike customary Silicon Valley deals, this unique opportunity isn’t reserved solely for big shots, private venture capital firms or Wall Street investment banks… “In other words, this […]

  • What’s the “New Highway Being Built Across America” and the stock Ian Wyatt says could double “Very Soon?”

    Ian Wyatt is out with a new teaser promo for his $100K Portfolio service, and it’s all about a young company that’s growing rapidly and changing America in a substantial way … with a free new “highway” across the country. He pitches this secret stock using the same kind of language that several other growth-focused […]

  • “A small class of dividend companies will come out on top – regardless of whether Congress raises dividend taxes.”

    “January 1, 2013 it begins… “Just 54 Days left before your dividends get thrown off the fiscal cliff… “Most dividend investors will be wiped out by the coming tax nightmare… “But a small class of dividend companies will come out on top – regardless of whether Congress raises dividend taxes.” That’s the lead-in to the […]

  • “The Apple Effect: One Stock to Profit from the Next iDevice” (Ian Wyatt)

    Now that Apple is the largest public company in the world, and the most popular stock, the eagerness with which newsletter guys tout “secret” Apple suppliers is ramping up still more … impressive in itself, since the basic “buy Apple suppliers” pitch has been around and making money for subscription-sellers ever since Synaptics was pitched […]

  • “Warren Buffett Retirement Plan — Most Inexpensive Stock, Most Boring Stock, and the Stock that acts like a Bond”

    Well, if the last ten years have taught us nothing else, we should have learned that this has been a spectacular time to promise that your investments are like Warren Buffett’s, or to sell folks on the idea of the “next” Berkshire Hathaway or Oracle of Omaha. I’ve written about probably dozens of stocks that […]

  • “The Last Undiscovered Oil in the Middle East”

    “The Last Undiscovered Middle East Oil Field. Right now, there’s just one publicly traded company seriously looking for oil in this country. Just one. But this company has the exploration rights to 219,000 potentially oil-rich acres. And it just applied for the rights to another 245,000 acres. It could be nothing. The unique geology that produced billions of dollars of oil wealth in Saudi Arabia, Iran or Kuwait might simply stop at the borders of those countries… Or it might not.”

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