Marijuana speculation is all the rage these days, with most punters focused on the first legal sales of recreational marijuana that will be taking place in Canada tomorrow and the crazy stock market gyrations of the larger Canadian growers like Canopy Growth and Aurora and Tilray and their ilk… … and what makes some of […]
Yesterday I started out with a look at George Leong’s “Hidden Stock #1” from the teaser ad for his Pennies to Millions newsletter — today, as promised, I’m following up with the other two stocks he pitched. These are being hinted at for us as “home run” and “triple digit” opportunities — with the intro […]
George Leong edits the Pennies to Millions newsletter for Lombardi, and he’s got an ad out now touting three different “penny stocks” that could make you buckets of cash … … the basic pitch is for “unknown” or “hidden” stocks with “home run” potential, and generally at fairly low prices (using “penny stocks” in the […]
Newsletter published by Lombardi.
That quote above is from George Leong, who’s trying to get you to sign up for his Small-Cap Growth Stocks newsletter. He says that new subscribers can “be the FIRST to read about a great undervalued, undiscovered American company that could hand you a $120,000 gain by year’s end.” Sound good? Well, he makes it […]
That headline comes straight from the top of the latest teaser ad I’m looking at now — from George Leong of the Profit Confidential/Lombardi gang, in a pitch for his Pennies to Millions newsletter. I can’t say that I’ve heard of this letter, which might be new (like most publishers, they trot out new letter […]
Today’s exercise in hyperbole comes from the folks at Lombardi Publishing — they’re trying to get you to subscribe to their VIP Fast Track newsletter, which I’ve never heard of before (each of their editors seems to have almost a half-dozen newsletters, perhaps they’re just throwing them out to see what will stick … like […]
I thought I’d take a quick look at an ad I received just this morning, in part because it teases us about a “special situation,” and in part because it’s from a newsletter publisher who I don’t think I’ve ever written about before. The ad is from George Leong, who edits Lombardi’s Special Situations, a […]
Newsletter than presents at least one small-cap stock selection each month. It looks at minimally covered small-cap stocks.