Topic Archives: Disney (DIS)

Friday File: “Cryogenic Blood” plus a buy and some earnings updates

I covered a “powdered plasma” ad from Michael Robinson just yesterday, but it turns out the he’s also flogging “cryogenic blood” separately, in different ads for his same Nova-X Report newsletter, so I thought I better follow up to get rid of any confusion. The Thinkolator concluded that yesterday’s ad, teasing a Pennsylvania company, was […]

What’s the “Netflix’s Worst Nightmare” stock teased by RiskHedge

The RiskHedge folks are starting a new newsletter called Disruption Investor, and they’d like you to be a “founding subscriber” ($49/yr) — it looks like this will be one of those technology-focused “entry level” newsletters, helmed by Stephen McBride. What do I mean by “entry level?” Some publishers call this their “front end” — they’re […]

What are “The 3 Stocks to Own Before Another State Legalizes Sports Betting?”

Matt McCall’s entry level newsletter Investment Opportunities (currently $49/year) is being advertised with a promised “free” special report about the three stocks you need to own before more states legalize sports betting… perhaps as soon as September 6. What’s so special about September 6? That’s just a guess that more attention will come to this […]

More Mouse, Please

This is just a quick note to let the Irregulars know that I’ve added to my holdings in Walt Disney (DIS) after their somewhat tepid quarter and negative investor reaction. I still consider this to be an extremely high quality franchise — the worries about relative weakness in the media networks, particularly ESPN (which typically […]

Motley Fool’s Television 2.0 Stocks Revealed — “The $2.2 Trillion War for your Living Room Begins Now”

Today, we take you back to 2012… The Motley Fool is promoting it’s “$2.2 Trillion War for your Living Room” stocks again, and the ad is almost identical to the version that first started circulating in the Fall of 2012. That’s not all that shocking, of course — once a newsletter publisher finds an ad […]

“The best Motley Fool investing idea since AOL and Amazon.com in the 1990s”

That’s our pitch today — that the new “themed” technology investments being teased by the Motley Foolians are as good as David Gardner’s push for AOL and Amazon.com back in the days before the Motley Fool published their current Stock Advisor newsletter. The ad letter actually comes in from a different Fool employee, Todd Etter, […]

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    Same here in US, I am in Pacific N0rthwest (still Friday April 12); 13 year old granddaughter on youtube constantly, and...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Extraordinary morning for Disney (DIS) today! It's a little shocking to see a behemoth like Disney jump 10% at the open...

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    I'll concede with Travis that it is HEAR. It seemed like a weak connection, but Altucher is pitching the e-sports trend ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Thanks for catching my typo on the Real Money Portfolio page, I'll fix that for the next update....

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