I’m running out of time today, so you get a quickie: Louis Navellier’s latest “stealth buy” promo, solved for your pleasure… but without any real analysis from me. The ad is for Navellier’s Emerging Growth ($995/yr), and it pushes the possibilities of small caps and the particular appeal of one small “secret” $14 stock that […]
Yesterday we looked at one of the stocks Navellier has been pitching for his Ultimate Growth service, and today I’m moving on, as promised, to look at the second pick. And perhaps I should have swapped the order, since the ad actually called this one his “#1 Stock to Buy Today”… but, well, it seemed […]
Louis Navellier hasn’t popped his head up here in Gumshoedom in a while, so when a reader asked me to pour his latest slurry of tantalizing tidbits into the Thinkolator, well, I hopped right to it. For those who don’t know him, Navellier has been around for a few decades as one of the original […]
We haven’t looked at a Louis Navellier pitch for a little while, and this one caught the eye of some intrepid Gumshoe readers — it is, like virtually every Louis Navellier pitch, a promise that his favorite growth stock will double this year… though he goes even further in announcing that “long term, a $1,000 […]
I’ve never looked at a teaser pitch from Charles Payne before, but this one about a “buy and hold forever” stock caught my eye. Payne’s Smart Investing newsletter was started by Investorplace about six months ago as a way to capitalize, I expect, on his growing presence on Cable TV… you’ve probably seen him if […]
Generalist newsletter launched in Spring of 2015, recommending a variety of stocks, including blue chip-type ideas — marketing material says he sometimes “trades around” those positions and uses technical analysis to pick entry and exit points. Payne appears on Fox Business and also runs his own newsletter called Common Sense and a website called Wall […]
Options newsletter edited by Rick Rouse for Investorplace.
I always try to take at least a quick look when one of the major publishers pushes a new newsletter — this time, it’s Matthew McCall, who has written some tradng books and is apparently a money manager and a bit of a Fox Business News personality, with what he’s calling the FUTR Stocks letter […]
FUTR Stands for “Flying Under The Radar” — Matt McCall says he uses screening to identify fundamentally attractive stocks, and technical analysis to find stocks ready to “break out” with a specific catalyst for growth. Two issues a month, two stock recommendations in each issue.
Advice on Fidelity Funds.
An options trading service.
The following was originally published, along with this companion article, in late February. Louis Navellier is again pushing exactly the same ad teasing the same three biotech stocks, over the last three months two of them are down and one of them has popped up by about 30% (it was, of course, the one that […]
Louis Navellier likely had a good year last year, since the kinds of stocks he typically likes did very well (generally growth stocks, those with rapid earnings growth that beat estimates and grow at increasing rates … and often look expensive, with high PEs) — and he’s out now with a new ad about biotech […]
Short-term options trading service — several alerts a week, positions often held for just a day or a few days.
Bryan Perry runs the Cash Machine newsletter, looking for high-yielding investments — and recently a lot of those investments have been MLPs or similar equity investments in the oil and gas business. We sleuthed out his “top pick for 2013” back in December and that turned out to be a pretty nice pick so far, […]
We haven’t tried to sniff out a Louis Navellier pick for quite a while — partly because he hasn’t had a lot of single-stock teaser ads running lately, and partly because, well, they haven’t piqued our interest. But everyone loves the idea of “buy and forget” stocks — it can be fun to be a […]
I promised I’d keep sniffing around this latest Hilary Kramer teaser for you, so we’ll jump right in. But first, I should note that yes, the headline is stolen from her ad — the lovely Ms. Gumshoe works with lawyers, and I lived in Washington DC for 17 years, which means that some of my […]
The Gumshoe faithful have been asking about Hilary Kramer and her latest teaser pitch, so we’re going to ID at least her “#1” idea here — and possibly we’ll get into the rest of ’em if there’s interest. The basic idea is much like past ads from the Motley Fool and others — that cloud […]
Hospital acquired infections are a huge health care problem — and where there’s a huge problem, there are people trying to make money by solving it. That’s the beauty of the entrepreneurial spirit … and you’ve probably seen various teasers over the years about companies that are trying to “kill the superbugs” and help both […]
Yesterday we took a quick look at one of the stocks teased by Hilary Kramer for her GameChangers newsletter … and since I got started, I can’t seem to help myself, I’m going to go ahead and sniff out another stock teased in the same ad. Why? Well, partly because the lovely Stock Gumshoe readers […]
I haven’t written about one of Hilary Kramer’s “Gamechanger” stocks in a while, so while lots of folks are feeling blue, doldrummy, or just plain pessimistic during the ides of July I thought I’d throw in a little of her optimism for you. She’s teasing a few stocks that she thinks her subscribers should load […]
We haven’t looked at a pick from Rober Hsu’s China Strategy in quite a while — and it’s not just that we’re ignoring him, as far as we can tell InvestorPlace has not been promoting his newsletters very actively over the last six months or so. Which probably isn’t a huge surprise — China stocks […]
This is not the first time a teaser stock idea has been pitched to us as “perfect” or “almost perfect,” of course, but using such definitive terms always catches my attention. (Yet another weakness of your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe, I can’t resist the pursuit of perfection.) And as he’s done several times before, this time […]
It seems a little petty now, with these miraculous little iPad doohickeys, to complain that they’re too heavy, or too thick — seriously? They’re thousands of times more powerful than the Mac that got me through college just fine. Though I will be attending my 20th reunion this summer, and I couldn’t watch TV or […]
I’ll admit right up front that there’s something appealing about this company’s service, at least for your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe … who is a bit more roly-poly than he might like. It’s Hilary Kramer pitching to us again, teasing us that she’s recommending a company that can “freeze the fat away” and that should be […]
That provocative headline is there to get your attention, of course — plenty of folks disagree with Warren Buffett on one thing or another, but few believe him to be “mad.” No, what Hilary Kramer is trying to do is to draw your attention to the fact that Buffett finally bought a tech stock, IBM […]
It’s been a while since Bryan Perry’s ideas graced the glorious pages of Stock Gumshoe — his Cash Machine newsletter has generally teased high-yielding picks in the past, but it looks like he’s downplayed the “high current yield” bit somewhat for this new teaser. And yes, to be fair, we should note that the last […]
Louis Navellier is never shy about making promises — here’s how his latest ad for his Blue Chip Growth newsletter opens: “Why a tiny office in suburban Israel is our best bet — for repelling the attack — and turning a $7,500 investment into $22,500 by May 2012. “I don’t make this prediction lightly… you […]
Louis Navellier is certainly not shy — he’s sent out several ads telling folks that the recent market turmoil is your opportunity to buy his favorite stocks (he’s a “growth” guy, so his faves are stocks with big revenue growth, earnings growth, momentum and upside surprises). I thought that might be a nice antidote — […]
Weekly option trade recommendations, focuses on what Ken Trester calls “undervalued options.” (Trester also writes Power Options Weekly, both seem to offer several short-term options trades per week and are priced similarly.)
My readers tend to have a love/hate relationship with Louis Navellier. He seems like a nice enough guy when I’ve heard him speak or briefly met him at conferences, but he’s also a numbers guy who recommends a long list of stocks in his newsletters and rides quantitative trends like earnings surprises and stock momentum […]
Weekly newsletter that trades low-priced stocks (used to be “Breakout Stocks Under $5” and then “Breakout Stocks Under $10) with “breakout potential” either because they’re at bargain prices, are in turnaround, or are about to get a sudden growth surge.
If you’re going to start your ad off with a line like this: “One Stock is the Difference between a Good 2011 and a Rolling-in-the-Dough 2011 … AND YOU DON’T OWN IT!” Well, you’re going to get the Gumshoe’s attention. I haven’t had a good “roll in the dough” since Scrooge McDuck invited me over […]
Happy Holiday! It’s President’s Day here in the U.S., and Family Day up on the Canadian side of the border, so the markets and interwebs are pretty quiet. On this placid day, I thought you might be interested in a look at a teaser I thought I had shared with everyone before — turns out, […]
Here’s how Louis Navellier pitches his next uber-hot idea for a stock that gives you three phone numbers on one phone and 10-bagger profits: “Last May I told you about a new wireless juggernaut whose 3-in-one proprietary technology and earnings growth matched Envirodyne, which handed us a monster 1,700% gain a few years back. “Since […]
It’s been a little while since I wrote about a Nancy Zambell teaser — she writes the Buried Treasures Under $10 newsletter, and in the short history of that letter she’s apparently had pretty good performance … and, one expects, makes it sound even better than it was (the letter launched two years ago, almost […]
Well, as you can imagine, the “GUARANTEED” part of that headline isn’t my word — nor are the rest of ’em, for that matter, I borrowed it all from the latest teaser for Robert Hsu’s Asia Edge newsletter. In that ad, Robert (or his intrepid copywriters) tell us about a Japanese exporter that will jump […]
Bryan Perry is fairly active in teasing ideas to garner new subscribers for his Cash Machine newsletter (formerly called 25% Cash Machine before, one assumes, that promise got to be too much to bear), and some of them have been pretty nice high yielders over the years, so when the questions about his latest tease […]
I wrote about Hilary Kramer and her new(ish) GameChangers newsletter for the first time just a couple weeks ago — so it’s certainly too early to judge whether her teaser stocks tend to perform as she predicts (that pick, Metalico, is down about 10% from when I wrote about it … but I don’t hold […]
Well, the questions have been pouring in for months about this newsletter … so finally I’m taking a look. This teaser comes in from Hilary Kramer, urging you to be a charter subscriber to her Breakout Stocks Under $5 newsletter, which looks for, you guessed it, stocks trading under $5 — a category that some […]
Sometimes the teases that catch the eye of your friendly neighborhood Stock Gumshoe are long, detail-filled, and exhausting … and sometimes, they’re like little frustrating snacks, just enough of a hint that the Thinkolator might track it down, but often requiring a bit of a sleuthing slog. Today we’re looking at a small smorgasbord of […]
You know who I’ve been missing lately? Good ‘ol Louis Navellier — no one spins a promise and gets the heart racing for a growth stock like he does … so even though his latest ad isn’t one of the oldies but goodies (“this stock will double in a month or your money back!”), it’s […]
Robert Hsu’s copywriters can tease your credit card out of your wallet as quick as just about anyone, but the clues I wanted to dig through today are from something that Robert Hsu wrote that poses as an actual “article” on his AsiaInsider site — this is all about one of his China stocks that […]
Today the world’s thoughts are turning to gold … but just to be contrarian, I thought we’d look at something a little different. OK, a lot different. This is a teaser from Nancy Zambell for her Buried Treasure Under $10 newsletter, which I wrote about several times last year but hasn’t been quite as high […]
Several folks have sent along a teaser article that Robert Hsu published on his free site a couple days ago — in it, he tells us that China and India have joined on with the nonbinding Copenhagen Accord, and that as a result China has voluntarily agreed to reduce its “carbon intensity” significantly over the […]
I know I should stop rising to the bait of these Louis Navellier teasers … but I can’t help myself. Every month or two he throws out a new teaser along the lines of this one — some teased pick or another that is going to double “with or without you” … he’s not alone […]
I don’t end up writing about Jon Markman very often — he does a lot of marketing for his newsletter, but he rarely teases specific companies in his ads, he does a lot of short term (for me, at least) trading and uses ETFs for his core trading ideas, it seems … but he does […]
Robert Hsu has been a lot quieter over the last six months than he was in 2007 and early 2008 — back when “buy what China buys” was the mantra and almost every Chinese company with a US-listed stock was booming, his China Strategy newsletter was very popular with my readers, and his ads always […]
“High volatility growth stock” monthly newsletter, has a large recommended portfolio of stocks that screen well for earnings growth, earnings momentum, revenue growth, analyst estimate increases and “beats”, and other metrics Navellier focuses on. Focuses more on Large cap stocks. Navellier’s Quantum Growth was a previous newsletter with a similar strategy.
Large cap growth newsletter. Entry level letter from Navellier, who recommends a portfolio with monthly buys and sells based on his quantitative grades.
This is a small- to mid-cap growth stock newsletter, released monthly.
Edited by Robert Hsu, this services recommends stocks of Chinese or China-focused companies.