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Jeff Brown of Brownstone Research has issued a major buy alert for 5 tiny NASDAQ stocks he refers to as “Penny IPO’s” in his Early Stage Trader newsletter with the potential of AMZN, NFLX, or DELL. Anyone know of these hidden gems or wish to share?
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This latest ad for Motley Fool Hidden Gems caught my eye over the weekend, partly because, yes, I am bitter about not investing in Netflix (NFLX) when the Motley Fool folks were teasing it as the “next Dell” back in 2007… but I also like a challenge sometimes, and this one’s a little short on […]
It’s a tradition to give thanks at this time of the year, and one of the things we are supremely grateful for is the never-ceasing parade of promises that the financial newsletter industry throws our way in their perpetual search for new subscribers. After all, without those overhyped promises in their teaser ads we’d have […]
It’s been a very long time since I’ve looked at a teaser from the Motley Fool’s Hidden Gems service — that’s the “small cap value” newsletter which used to be run by Tom Gardner. It’s now edited by Andy Cross over at the Motley Fool, and has dropped some of the “value focus” but still […]
This teaser starts, as so many of them do, by drawing a picture of the horrible future that a chosen stock can prevent … “On a hot summer day, just after the sun reaches its highest point, it begins… “Within minutes, cell phones go silent. Oil refineries shut down. Flights are grounded. Assembly lines grind […]
Today our teaser is for the Fool’s Hidden Gems service, which according to Hulbert has been their worst-performing service over the last three years with an annual loss of about 20% (Hulbert doesn’t track Global Gains, which has been decimated with the crash of the BRIC countries) — perhaps not surprising, since they focus on […]
Ah, another book-length teaser from the Motley Fool … just the thing to dig in my Gumshoe teeth after a few days of odd posts about the Gumshoe contest and Social Security payouts. Back to stocks! Today our teaser is for the Fool’s Hidden Gems service, which according to Hulbert has been their worst-performing service […]
I know it seems like I’ve been writing primarily about the Motley Fool over the past week or so, but I am but a simple servant to my masters: the wide-ranging, unusually intelligent, and good lookin’ Gumshoe readership. And a large number of you, I’m guessing something on the order of a zillion, have emailed […]
Ah, another one from the Motley Fool! Like mother’s milk, it nourishes the Gumshoe so to pore through a ponderous Fool tome in search of clues to great stocks. Today, we’re blessed with a teaser letter for the Hidden Gems newsletter, with the letter coming from Bill Mann, who runs that newsletter in partnership with […]
For those who weren’t waiting on the Gumshoe’s every word back in March, this is a rerun that has been emailed like crazy nationwide in the last few weeks … at least, if the flood of emails I’m getting about this one is any indication. So, the company’s still the same, the teaser is still […]
When the Motley Fool Hidden Gems newsletter sends out a teaser email, I always pay attention — not only because I was a subscriber to that service a few years ago and generally liked the newsletter, but because it has recently ranked as the best newsletter in the country, according to Hulbert … and that’s […]
This one was recently forwarded by a reader, with a tip as to the company he thought it was (he was right, too). And this is actually a company I owned a few years ago around their IPO, so this is also a nice bitter reminder that I shouldn’t have sold it. The ad is […]