Jason Stutman has a teaser pitch going around for his Technology & Opportunity newsletter (currently $99), and the bait for us is that he’s promising a company that will get you rich as Monsanto dies. Lots of folks have a deep hatred for Monsanto, of course, both because of anti-GMO fear and Roundup resistance/overuse/drift/cancer risk […]
This article, originally titled “‘Universal Voice Control’ and ‘The End of Google as We Know it,’” was published on May 11. The ads have recently been coming in hot and heavy for this service, with the new ads headlined “Want to Invest like Jeff Bezos” and “Jeff Bezos’ Next Big Bet”, so we’re re-running this […]
This teaser solution first appeared as part of a Friday File that was sent to the Irregulars on January 15, 2016, so it just passed its first birthday… but so many readers are asking about it again now that we’re re-posting it for everyone to read. What follows has not been updated or revised since […]
I’ve got a few stocks to mention in the medical space this week — one to update that’s in my portfolio, one to confirm as a teaser pick (since folks keep asking) after several Gumshoe readers discussed it last week, and one to note as a teaser idea that’s being pushed pretty heavily (though the […]
Christian DeHaemer launched a newsletter called Technology & Opportunity about a year and a half ago, piquing investors’ interest with the idea that you can “Ride the Robot Revolution” and make massive gains, just like getting in early on the computer revolution by buying Apple, Microsoft or Dell 30 years ago. And now it looks […]
This article was originally published on November 13, 2013. The ad is circulating again and generating questions from readers, so we’re re-running it for you — the ad is still largely unchanged, and the three “secret” companies are still the same. The largest, FANUY, has matched the S&P with a 9% gain since the article […]
Christian DeHaemer is pushing a newsletter called Technology & Opportunity with the idea that you can “Ride the Robot Revolution” and make massive gains, just like getting in early on the computer revolution by buying Apple, Microsoft or Dell 30 years ago. And I think it’s a new letter, though I’m not certain — it’s […]
Small-cap technology newsletter aims to “buy advanced, unproven technology stocks on the cheap – and sell when they become proven and are being snatched up by the great unwashed masses.” Previously edited by Christian DeHaemer.