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Wyatt’s Two “Forbidden Stocks” Wall Street Can’t Touch… Plus one more that I’m watching (plus a stop-loss sell)

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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  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    The two pitches we've looked at from Marc this year are about a fintech stock, ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I suppose, but PYPL is really just buying at the IPO as well. Counting on that to a big degree would be placing a subst...

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    Could it also be a play on PayPal (PYPL) who invested $500M in Uber recently....

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    They're reporting after the close tonight, along with Visa (V) -- should be an interesting one (stock is within about 1%...

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    I would buy SQ as well as I think it has much more upside than PYPL right now....

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    SQ has the growth that PYPL lacks, to be sure, but nowhere near the market heft or "network effect" boost that PYPL stil...

  • SoGiAm

    Is 4PYPL Giving You a Gift? PayPal (PYPL – NASDAQ) http://www.bottarelliresearch.com/free/2017/12/04/pypl-giving-gi...

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