I thought we’d start out today with a quick teaser solution — Altimetry, one of the Stansberry/MarketWise publishers, is selling Joel Litman’s Microcap Confidential for $2,000 (“on sale” from $5,000, naturally, no refunds), and they’re doing so by hinting at a high-potential buy… here’s the intro: “Forensic Accountant who’s been followed by the Top 10 […]
Upgrade newsletter that uses Altimetry’s “Universal Accounting” adjustments to try to identify very small companies with under-appreciated financials and growth potential.
Brian Tycango, who joined Stansberry a few years ago after recommending mostly Asian stocks for a long time in his own newsletter, is launching a service called Visionary Investor with teaser ads that are getting the attention of Gumshoe readers in recent days. At $49/yr, this is positioned as another “entry level” growth-focused newsletter, in […]
Entry-level technology-focused newsletter from Tycango, aims to identify stocks related to major technology trends.
Teeka Tiwari has a big teaser pitch out right now for “Deal #12”, which is launching with a presentation tonight (8pm EST, October 6), and will presumably lead into a sales pitch for his Palm Beach Venture newsletter (which has a list price of $5,000/yr, though those letters are never promoted at full price) — […]
Upgrade newsletter that focuses on riskier “10x-500X” return potential investments, including investments in private “pre-IPO” companies.
The Motley Fool’s growth strategy in recent years has been to launch lots of higher-end “portfolio” services in the $1,000-2,000/yr range, usually with some kind of thematic focus… and the menu of offerings is getting a little insane now. When I launched Stock Gumshoe in 2007, the Fool had five or six different paid newsletters… […]
Jeff Brown is pitching something he calls a “global token exchange” recently, abbreviating it “G.T.E.”, and reader questions are piling up on the doormat here at Gumshoe Manor, so it’s time to take a look… The basic spiel, which takes the form of a long presentation/interview between Jeff Brown and a hired talking head that […]
Real estate-focused advisory from Steve Sjuggerud, recommends the stocks of leading companies that are directly and indirectly benefiting from the growth in the housing market and also recommends direct investments in real estate for accredited investors through the CrowdStreet platform.
Perhaps the most glaring reminder of the current investor mindset is that the new exchange approved by the SEC a couple years ago, the Long Term Stock Exchange (LTSE), designed to help build long-term relationships between companies and their investors, has just now formally gone live with its first two listed companies at launch, Twilio […]
Yesterday we got a ton of questions about another full-throated pitch for a high-end Stansberry newsletter, this time Dave Lashmet’s Stansberry Venture Technology, which they say has a list price of $5,500 and is typically offered in promotions, as is the case today, for $2,500/yr, no refunds (as with most publishers, Stansberry offers a brief […]
I pull together these thoughts for the Friday File throughout the week, and sometimes that means I end up feeling almost bipolar — the market sentiment on Monday was so wildly different than the sentiment this morning that our emotions can get a little whipsawed. Which means, of course, that I should be tuning down […]
No real buying or selling this week… a peaceful few days of zen-ful “don’t just do something, sit there!” as we head into the holiday weekend. But I do, of course, have some updated thoughts and news items to share. Boston Omaha (BOMN) Boston Omaha’s (BOMN) earnings finally got restated and released, with adjustments being […]
I’ve been getting questions about the “ID Coin” teaser out of Stansberry for several years now, and I did briefly comment on it way back in 2018 when I was buying a stock that I think they were also teasing using this “ID Coin” spiel… but I didn’t get very detailed or write a full […]
I though the new pitch from Joel Litman at Altimetry was kind of interesting, and it sure teased a bunch of ideas, so we’ll run through that one today. The newsletter being touted is Hidden Alpha ($49 first year, renews at $199), and it’s part of the Altimetry group that’s a joint venture between Litman’s […]
None of us who speculate or invest in individual stocks in a volatile market are really managing money with the dispassionate application of numbers and analysis, a computer could do most of that better than humans can… no, what we’re mostly managing is our emotions. It’s been a wild week, and it’s often hard to […]