This ad from Ian Wyatt has been running for a little while, with some apparent variation, but he keeps aggressively re-pushing it as a “new” webinar, so our readers keep asking about it, and I haven’t covered the tease yet… so that’s our project for today. What are those top five stocks he keeps teasing? […]
Ian Wyatt has been out over the past couple weeks with some “webinars” in which he talks up the coronavirus outbreak (for an hour!) and then ends his show with a tease about several “special reports” on the stocks he thinks will make you a lot of money as we fight COVID-19… and, of course, […]
In case you’ve been living under a rock, the hot IPO news this year is that both Lyft and Uber will be going public very soon — Lyft, in fact, should hit the public markets for the first time on Friday after setting a price for the IPO tomorrow, and their larger competitor will be […]
This tease caught my eye, mostly because I was genuinely curious — Ian Wyatt is promoting a “webinar” he’s going to host on May 10 that will talk up a way to play the “new bull market” in oil, and part of it, at least, is going to be about a “unconventional IPO.” So I […]
Ian Wyatt is pitching a “pre-IPO” opportunity in Spotify, the music-streaming business that is going public on the NYSE tomorrow… so what’s the story? Can you “get in early?” Should you want to? What’s this all about, anyway? We’ve gotten quite a few questions slipped under the door here at Gumshoe HQ about this one, […]
Investors love the idea of a “back door” — they want to be able to get in on something before everybody else, to get a taste of the big time without having to wait in line behind the velvet rope — and Wyatt Investment Research is using that notion to help convince people to subscribe […]
Ian Wyatt is out with some ads touting “Forbidden Stocks” — stocks that are abandoned by Wall Street, sold off by mutual funds, and can only really be appreciated by discerning investors who subscribe to his Million Dollar Portfolio (currently $295/year). Shall we figure out what they are? The spiel starts like this: “Wall Street […]
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