With everyone in a tizzy about the election, the urge is strong to find stocks that don’t care about politics… if there are such things. Or, at least, to find stocks that have meaningful growth “stories” that don’t depend on the specifics of a rate hike or a quarterly GDP growth rate. So today we […]
I didn’t ask him, but apparently the folks who subscribe to Louis Navellier’s stuff have been requesting something cheap that can boom “in as little as the next 30 days” … so he’s responding with a low-priced stock pick for his (very not-low-priced) Quantum Growth newsletter. And, of course, he’s teasing the rest of us, […]
Today for our Monday version of the Friday File (delayed, as I intimated last week in our abbreviated Friday commentary, by a brain sprain here at Gumshoe HQ) I want to take a look at a Navellier teaser. Not because the teaser itself is so unique or exciting — it’s not, it’s the same basic […]
Whenever you’re feeling down in the dumps about some stocks, or fretting about the future of the economy … just read a promo ad from Louis Navellier. His love of fast-moving stocks is infectious, and it brings with it a simplicity that appeals to most of us: just buy the stocks that are going up […]
Yes, let me begin today by again making it very clear: It ain’t my guarantee. When I put stuff in quotation marks, it means I’m borrowing the language from the letter or ad that I’m sleuthifying — I know that quotation marks are a fairly ordinary part of our language, but I still get lots […]
Louis Navellier is pitching a Chinese oil stock that he thinks will more than double from the current levels — and if you sign up for a subscription to his Quantum Growth newsletter, he’ll tell you the name and the ticker. That’ll be $5,000 per year, please (though to be fair it’s “on sale” now […]
Again we greet a gray November morning with Louis Navellier, sending us an ad full of sunshine, bright colors, and glowing promises. This time, he tells us that he thinks we’ll see … “Up to 790% Gain in this Diet Stock — between today and February 14.” This is fertile ground for Navellier, he has […]
Many of you have probably seen this teaser from Lous Navellier for his expensive Quantum Growth service — it’s for an oil services stock that’s priced at just a dollar, and he thinks it will have remarkable returns. I’m on my sickbed today, so I’ll be briefer than usual … “Earnings just hit 309%, “Sales […]
“High volatility growth stock” monthly newsletter, has a large recommended portfolio of stocks that screen well for earnings growth, earnings momentum, revenue growth, analyst estimate increases and “beats”, and other metrics Navellier focuses on. Focuses more on Large cap stocks. Navellier’s Quantum Growth was a previous newsletter with a similar strategy.
Louis Navellier is teasing us that he’s got a car company that can triple your money in a matter of weeks — it’s tiny, it’s got a military connection, and he thinks the earnings estimates are way too low. Is he right? Well, we I can at least tell you what stock he’s talking about.
Louis Navellier believes that our wildly entertaining presidential candidates have at least one thing in common: Their administrations will both push for the kinds of policy changes that will make one particular stock shoot for the stars. Not bad, eh? I’ve seen dozens of emails about preparing for President McCain, or panicking about President Obama, […]
I won’t be able to give this one the full Gumshoe treatment today, but it seems to me that every adult American received Louis Navellier’s latest advertising email over the last day or two … so I thought you’d like to know the company he’s teasing. The ad is for a company that works to […]
This one will be a bit of a quickie, I’m working on a much longer one for tomorrow so we’ll see what we can churn out for you today. The teaser comes in from Louis Navellier for his Quantum Growth service, who in typical exuberance tells us that … “The opportunity of a lifetime is […]
This ad came in for Navellier’s Quantum Growth newsletter, which also mentioned what Navellier was calling his “lobster tip,” which essentially was that the shortage of lobsters in th Hamptons meant good things for the investment banks. And, in part of what he called his “private communique” with his readers, he noted that he thought […]