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Navellier’s “The Almost Perfect Stock” Set to Double Investors’ Money in 2017

Lots of readers have asked about the latest “almost perfect stock” pitch from Louis Navellier for his Blue Chip Growth newsletter (currently $100 a year), so that’s the Thinkolator’s project for today: What is it? Here’s the tantalizing lead-in: “Imagine… a technology company whose product you don’t install, that reduces business costs by billions a […]

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    Uh, Travis, I think you made a slight boo-boo. This one sentence of yours "Yes, Intel and Logitech and Dell and pretty ...

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    Our company uses Dell laptops (latitudes). I've had this one for two years with no issues, and my prior laptop (Dell) wa...

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    Unfortunately it is just in the nature of laptops to be a tad flimsy, especially the cheaper you go. Because their tight...

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    Unfortunately it is the case that all laptops - especially the cheaper you go - are in their nature very frivalous items...

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    Thanks lumpy. FWIW, before Dell underwent a corporate transformation (recall they kind of got out of PCs but are now bac...

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    I've heard that identical sentiment from a lot of people I respect. There is a big irony here in that recently some guys...

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    Doc it could be a hard drive just getting flaky.. If you replace one I would certainly consider getting a SSD solid stat...

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    At etrade DVMT says that is "DELL TECHNOLOGIES INC COM CL V" Is this the same as Dell-VMWare Tracking Stock?...

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    Government does not create wealth anymore or less than a corporation can create wealth. They are both artificial struc...

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    Thank you Ben ! Another great idea in this area is mushroom packaging, apparently Dell is already using it, and Ikea con...

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    Thanks Travis for all your fantsdtic research throughtout 2015. I have just been invited to subscribe to 3 robotics comp...

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    I got this teaser yesterday, and checked it out here to see what the what was. I was going to bring it up on a thread, ...

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    Stan Your machine is right at the minimum for Win10 to run. In my view you really need 8Ggb memory as 10, like 8 is a me...

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    O.K. Gang - First, Hi Pockets; got the new computer, the old one locked up, which was obviously a sign. :-) I have a ne...

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    John – If you are a member of Costco, they usually have one on sale. The best thing about buying there is their warra...

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    @Mike - I agree that it will come, but I don't understand enough to pick winners over a long term (looking for insight o...

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    Subra - I think it was a no-brainer that it was time for the doc to ditch his Commodore 64 for something newer. I'm r...

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    With apologies to Ernest Thayer: Then from 5,000 throats and more there rose a lusty yell; It rumbled through the vall...

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    Always thanks Travis and the mighty THINKOLATER I have a ? on a tease and immediately thought of you, this one being th...

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    Well, after all this PC malware reading, I am still very happy with my 7 year old iMac... Runs like a champ! Caveat: Lo...

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    Slick Rick, any views on spihf latest annnouncement in connection with Dell? The stock is showing some upward trend....

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    I do not know if this constitutes a "wide moat". Just like Dell changed computer sales forever, Amazon changed "any" sa...

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    Hi ya'll. Just checking in, no changes, no panic. This is the 6th time I have tried to post. At some point I have ina...

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    I'm long on this one. My wife is a Biochem PHD student at UMC MS working on drug transport systems. It sounds like this ...

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    I had bought a Dell with Win 8 last Dec, and wound up taking it back--had all kinds of problems, and didn't know if it w...

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    Sometimes its good to sit back and carefully evaluate what a 40% increase in customer growth means? What is the ROI and ...

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    I have an introductory subscription, and will probably not continue. The service routinely provides 50 or more alerts, ...

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    I prefer Quicklogic (QUIK) which has a new chip in the next iPhone as well in the upcoming Dell phones and will be in vi...

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    Mark, I agree 100%. I am glad you are turning this over to the SEC. 66 out of 68 wins was BS. Also, they are hypin...

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    Well, I cancelled this week because I was getting more aggravated that MCP has done the following: 1) Consistently los...

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    This article by Douglas A McIntyre supports your comments...Google it. January 24, 2008 The Large US Companies That ...

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    I like "the brothers" too and have enjoyed their appearances on CBNC in the past but I am somewhat suspicious of them no...

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