written by reader Navellier / McCall Power Portfolio December 2019

By Normally Dubious, December 20, 2019

Navellier and McCall had a joint presentation on Dec 10, 2019 announcing the Power Portfolio.
His subsequent mailings reference a brand new pick to be announced COB 12/19/2019.
What was it? Perhaps someone heard. Could you return the favor?
I have sat thru presentations in the past and shared some of his picks like ALB ”the stock of the century”, RYAM (in sept 2018)
CYBR (April 2019) and KEYS (AI presentation June 2019). Each of them had some short term gains.
(I find Motley Fool better at providing more long-term gains such as OKTA, ANET, SHOP)

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December 21, 2019 4:10 am

McCall and Nevallier teased an up and coming e-commerce platform provider. If this is not SHOP, which is the industry leader, which company could they be referring to?

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January 4, 2020 12:26 pm
Reply to  reichstein

BZUN the china shopify

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December 28, 2019 11:37 am

The pitch recommended Teledoc Health Inc TDOC.

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January 6, 2021 2:34 pm

I find solicitations for some advisory services distasteful in that after you have purchased a service for a low come-on price, they then offer additional expensive services with supposedly better choices. For example, I have a long time subscription to Blue Chip Growth and Breakthrough Stocks and now I get many solicitations for Navellier’s Power Portfolio with great stocks. Why aren’t some of these great stocks included in the already paid for in the existing subscriptions that supposedly had the top stocks?

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January 6, 2021 3:27 pm
Reply to  Leigh

That is the very heart of the publishing business model — offer a lowish-cost entry level product that breaks even, and make your money on a powerful upsell marketing machine that pushes the $49 subscribers to upgrade to $4900 products.

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