We’ve seen quite a few ads from Jim Pearce at Personal Finance about his favorite “self driving cars” idea, so it’s time to feed the Thinkolator and get some answers for you, dear Gumshoe readers. The basic backdrop for this is, of course, pretty well known — cars are becoming smarter and smarter, self-driving cars […]
I think the folks at Agora Financial staged a bit of an upgrade for their Lifetime Income Report last year when they brought on Neil George to manage it — not that he’s infallible, of course, or that the prior editor Jim Nelson was terrible (I don’t know his record) but George has been a […]
Yesterday I started working on the latest teaser from Elliott Gue for his Personal Finance newsletter — it was a little bit anticlimactic, since the water treatment stock he’s teasing is a tough one for most small US investors to buy … but the good news is, that was just one of several stocks he’s […]
Today I thought I’d sniff around a recent Elliot Gue ad, this time for the venerable Personal Finance newsletter — I’ve been thinking some about water investments recently, in part because I just sold shares in the Chinese water trust I owned (Hyflux Water Trust, which seems likely to be taken over at near the […]
Elliott Gue has gotten his share of Gumshoe attention in the past, in part because of the bull market in energy stocks, which are his bailiwick at the Energy Strategist newsletter, and in part because he fairly recently took over Personal Finance, the longstanding high-circulation investment newsletter. But lately the most heavily pushed promos attached […]
If you’ve been around the halls of Stock Gumshoe University for a while now, you might know that your friendly and munificent Dean has a soft spot for teasers that invent special coded terms for ordinary investments — so today, I couldn’t resist taking a gander at what the folks at Personal Finance are calling […]
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