Topic Archives: REITs

Robert Ross is peddling his Yield Shark newsletter from Mauldin Economics, and he’s doing it with an all-too-familiar “enroll in this income stream” kind of idea… in his case, he calls it the “Social Security Catastrophe Plan” and implies that it can “Boost Your Retirement by $185,040 Today.” Like most such offerings, there’s an undercurrent […]

Everyone was watching this week to see if Warren Buffett did anything big with Berkshire Hathaway’s (BRK-B) portfolio in the fourth quarter of last year, news that comes once each quarter (large investors have to file their end-of-quarter holdings in US stocks 45 days after the quarter ends), and… he didn’t. Berkshire did add to […]

I don’t have any big updates on the Real Money Portfolio this week, or on my big-picture thinking (still holding a lot more cash than usual, still being mindful of stop loss triggers for momentum/growth stocks, still hoping some of my favorites will reach prices that inspire a buy soon, since we’re right in the […]

The latest ad from Dr. David Eifrig for his Income Intelligence service (published by Stansberry) makes it seem like there’s something secretive and amazing happening that will boost your portfolio… and it’s happening immediately and on a specific date (September 16). So what is it? Here’s the intro to the ad: “Last year, two of […]

As we enter mid-February and a slow week in Gumshoeland next week, I’ve got a few personal buys of stocks that we’ve mentioned before, and a new “Idea of the Month” candidate that’s maybe not quite ready to buy just yet (we’ll be closed on Monday, and will probably publish less than usual during the […]

I appreciate your work and I am glad to tell you that I was able to find out all the ticker symbols in the teasers but always thinking that there’s something fishy going on in the teaser emails. I am impressed by your analysis as well. I have a question, what do you think about […]

The latest from Andrew Gordon: “GOVERNMENT BACKED… HIGHLY LIQUID… and 8 Times the Interest of a Typical Savings Account. It’s not only billionaires who are using the financial crisis to get ‘insider deals’…. Thousands of regular Americans are cashing in on a loophole for collecting up to $8,881 a month, backed by an ‘explicit’ U.S. Treasury guarantee…”

Last week we looked at Porter Stansberry’s Put Strategy and his assertion that General Growth Properties would go belly-up last Friday. Well, that mortgage debt of $900 million that came due on Friday for a couple of their Las Vegas malls still hasn’t been extended, renegotiated, or repaid, but the company hasn’t gone bankrupt yet. […]

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  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Sheesh... in the moments after I published, The Trade Desk reported another ludicrous growth quarter with more "bounce b...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    That's the first time I covered a ROKU teaser, when the Fool included in in their "FAZER" stocks (and I bought shares) i...

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    I signed on for the same thing, except that I backed out, so they offered me the option of a non-refundable plan for thr...

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    I think also #ROKU Motley fool also says a California startup.A little-known California company went public—and it’...

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    @Travis, I agree mostly with your comments and conclusions on TTD. However, I disagree with the assessment of their prof...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Disclosures don't indicate that the Fool recommends or owns ROKU as of this week. I don't think I've ever seen them tea...

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    I did a little research on another IPO from October 2017. Did Motley Fool recommend ROKU? Their numbers are similar ...

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