This ad for Jim Fink’s Roadrunner Stocks isn’t brand new, a very similar ad was circulating last year… but the company teased then doesn’t exist anymore, and the spiel has changed a little bit, so we’re going to take a fresh look at it. The ad starts, as so many do, with a promise that […]
We’ve covered quite a few teaser pitches from Jim Fink at Roadrunner Stocks over the past few years, including a few weak performers and a few very good ones (not so different from most folks), and this one caught our eye this week with the specific prediction that the “secret stock” will triple your money […]
This teaser was first Gumshoe’d on December 10. The stock has bounced around a bit and has spent some time over $6 since then, but now that the shares are dipping under $6 again the pitch from Roadrunner Stocks has been updated slightly to call this “The Best Tech Stock Under $8.” The company teased […]
I’ve looked at the teasers ads for Jim Fink’s Roadrunner Stocks a few times over the couple years it’s been around, with middling results — he’s had one great pick, one that has gone down substantially, and a few “middling” picks that were in those teaser pitches. So is it worth trying out his latest […]
Roadrunner Stocks is a newsletter run by Jim Fink at Investing Daily, and I think I’ve only covered his teaser pitches once before — that was back in October, and the four stocks he touted at the time are more or less a wash over that time period, half better performers than the market and […]
[ed note: This teaser pitch is exactly the same as one that started running in late February this year, so we’re just re-running our teaser solution from February 28, 2013 below — the basic idea of the investments is the same, the four teased stocks are exactly the same. More on how those stocks have […]
Focuses on using a “growth-at-a-reasonable-price” strategy to identify undervalued growth stories. Seems to have absorbed the former Roadrunner Stocks service from Jim Fink, which had promised small cap “ground floor opportunities” in growth stocks, and still appears to maintain a portfolio of “roadrunner stocks” under the Growth Stock Strategist umbrella.