We first published this teaser solution on January 8, and I’m continuing to get the ad forwarded to me here at Gumshoe HQ pretty much every day… so I thought I’d repost this solution and provide you with a bit of an update (the story has changed a little, and I’ve learned a little more […]
Why this .30 stock could hand you a mutimillion-dollar mountain of cash. This is touted by Angel publishing
We turn once again, dear friends, to my favorite kind of newsletter teaser ad: the promotion of “one little company” as the linchpin investment for exposure to a huge global trend. This time, it’s Alex Koyfman promoting his Penny Stock Millionaire newsletter ($999/year) by promising to reveal the name of a little “Super Battery” company […]
This article was originally published on October 18, 2018, we’re re-sharing it here because a new variant with a new headline is driving a lot of questions our way… Koyfman is now apparently taking advantage of the fact that Tesla’s in the news again by teasing this as a new spiel that starts out: “Tesla […]
I’m recovering from illness, but have crawled back into the office to get a quick teaser solution out for you today… who loves you, dear readers? (And you’ll thank your lucky stars that the pipes of the interwebs don’t transmit viruses of the human variety, that was an ugly one.) But you don’t care about […]
Trend-focused monthly newsletter with weekly updates, typically recommends hold times of 6-12 months. Kofyman also edits the pricier Penny Stock Millionaire.
This pitch has been around the block a few times, about a year ago, but there seems to be a big new push for it now — so I’m taking a second look. It was originally a “soft pitch” in a free article about Tesla last Summer, turning into a full on “Be First in […]
Alex Koyfman, who edits Angel Publishing’s Penny Stock Millionaire, has an ad out that caught my eye mostly because it’s headlined “Einstein’s Extinction Prophecy” … because, and I don’t know if you know this about me, I like not being extinct. So I thought I’d dig into it for you — it’s a pretty typical […]
I’ve got several teaser pitches percolating right now, but this one quickly rose to the top after a couple readers sent it to me this morning. Why? Not because I’m all that excited about the stock (it shouldn’t be a public company, frankly), but because the promises of absurd returns are so specific and over-the-top […]
Yeah, probably not. But that’s the promise — and there is some mathematical possibility that it could happen, if all the ducks line up in a row and this company becomes dominant. You never know, I suppose, but let’s go into this with somewhat more realistic possibilities… like, “this company could double.” That I could […]
There is little that makes investors (and human beings, frankly) perk up their ears more quickly than talk of a “cancer cure” … each of us has either been touched personally by cancer, or seen friends or loved ones hurt or killed by one of the many forms of this ugly disease, and we know […]
Alex Koyfman: “Hidden away in the coldest regions of the North Atlantic, about 700 miles northeast of Newfoundland, lies a desolate, forbidding tundra. “It’s more than three times the size of Texas, and yet only 56,000 people dare to live there — giving it the lowest population density of any nation. “From the surface, this […]
This pitch comes in from Alex Koyfman as an ad for his Penny Stock Millionaire, which has demonstrated a delight with tiny little medical technology stocks — so we’ll warn you up front that there’s every chance that this is a sub-$100 million company that could easily be jolted higher or lower with just a […]
There’s another new penny stock-focused newsletter now, this one’s called Penny Stock Millionaire and it’s being run by Alex Koyfman, who is apparently the new guy at Angel Investing. And it appears they’re using the same copywriters on his stuff as they do for Nick Hodge’s blue sky speculations from his newsletter, so this one […]
Newsletter that looks for very tiny stocks to make huge moves, doesn’t seem to have sector focus. Appears to have been launched late in 2014.