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In Which Robert Williams of Wall Street Daily compares himself (favorably) to Mahatma Gandhi, Thomas Paine, and Albert Einstein

I almost can’t even write about this one without laughing. That headline is not made up, Robert Williams has a pitch out that compares his silly “open letter” to the head of the European Commission threatening an absurd “class action” suit to get rid of the Euro, to Gandhi’s letter shaming Hitler, Einstein’s letter to […]

What’s “Ruby-A?” Explaining: “FDA Approves Miracle Powder, Cancer’s Kryptonite” teased by Robert Williams

This article originally appeared on January 28, 2015, when the ad was newly released — the same ad, without any major revisions that we noticed, is being distributed widely again and generating questions, so we make this piece available again. The stock teased is at roughly the same price now as it was on January […]

“Secret Loophole into Silicon Valley’s ‘Most Valuable Private Company'”

That headline comes to us from Wall Street Daily, soliciting subscribers for Robert Williams’ True Alpha, and it’s one of the more attention-getting strategies that newsletter use to pitch ideas: Getting in early. Sometimes “early” means buying a stock before a catalyst is widely known, sometimes it means just buying before your investing friends have […]

“SEC Lifts ‘Blackout’ … Unlocks access to a $3.2-billion solar portfolio” (Wall Street Daily)

This appears to be the “hot” story of the day, given the number of alert Gumshoe readers who have been forwarding it along (you can always submit your teasers, too, or forward them to ILoveStockSpam[at]gmail.com — the more the merrier!) — it’s from Wall Street Daily and is selling their Publisher’s Series as a quarterly offering […]

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