Wholly Unreliable Gumshoe Predictions … plus a few from Hilary Kramer

By Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe, December 23, 2010

I’ve had quite a number of folks write in and ask about Hilary Kramer’s predictions for 2011 — she’s bullishly yelling about buying stocks in her ads right now, and pitching several “super stocks” for 2011 that you should buy before Christmas and, naturally, we’d like to know what they are, yes?

This is how her latest ad starts:

“Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus Rally!

“Do you hear hooves off in the distance? Those aren’t reindeer… they are the bulls about to stampede on Wall Street!

“The tax compromise President Obama signed into law Friday is BIG news for the market and the reason you are about to hear me say something I don’t say very often…

“It’s time to back up the truck and buy!”

So she’s a big believer in the power of the tax cut extension, the Fed’s continued easing, the economic recovery (or at least, not a second recession), and earnings growth continuing. That leads to her telling us about several stocks, so I’ll sleuth out a couple of ’em for you. Here are the clues:

“Super Stock # 1
“The Stock of the Decade

“The best-performing stock of the last decade was Green Mountain coffee. Virtually unknown except to coffee connoisseurs back in 2000, the stock rewarded early investors with a mind-boggling 9,266% gain.

“When we look back 10 years from now at the best stocks of the last decade, you may find our little-known Super Stock #1 at the top of that list.”
This off-the-radar company is at the forefront of a massive, cutting-edge breakthrough that will revolutionize the third-largest industry in the U.S.—plastic….

“Plastic, however, poses some serious problems—it takes a lot of oil to make (expensive and dirty), it never biodegrades, it’s difficult to recycle and has potentially negative health effects (BPA being the leading culprit) that are leading to new regulation and restrictions.

“For the last five years, I’ve been closely watching two dozen companies in a heated race to develop a viable alternative. And the winner is now crystal clear.

“This company’s patented technology uses genetically engineered microbes to make plastic out of corn sugar, and the applications are mind-boggling. In a major coup, they just received FDA approval to use their plastic in eating utensils and lids. They will burst onto the scene with their full commercial rollout in early 2011.


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