This teaser pitch has been sticking in my head for a day or two, so I thought I’d write about it for you while I’m chewing on it. The pitch is for Ian King’s New Era Fortunes (currently being sold at $1,995/yr), and this is an excerpt of the pitch email I received… “… in […]
New upgrade letter from Manward Press, aims to identify attractive investments among IPOs and SPAC deals and other emerging companies.
Today we’re sniffing out some teased picks by Andy Snyder that were hinted at in ads for his new “upgrade” newsletter at Manward Press. It’s called Venture Fortunes, and theoretically has a $5,000 sticker price but is being launched at $1,975 for the “charter” subscribers, who also get two years (“list price” in these kinds […]
Any update on YSACU? I am watching other SPACs report interesting deals.
None of us who speculate or invest in individual stocks in a volatile market are really managing money with the dispassionate application of numbers and analysis, a computer could do most of that better than humans can… no, what we’re mostly managing is our emotions. It’s been a wild week, and it’s often hard to […]
I’ve gotten a lot of questions in the past couple days about Jeff Brown’s “Pre-IPO Code” presentation, in which he teases the idea of this “Pre-IPO” investing strategy as he pitches his new Blank Check Speculator newsletter. And I’ve got good news… and bad news. The good news is, I can explain what he’s talking […]
“Upgrade” newsletter from Brownstone, launched early in 2021 and intending to recommend a dozen or so Special Purpose Acquisition Corporations (SPACs) per year, most likely pre-deal SPACs that have not yet announced a merger target.
I’ve recently gotten a bunch of questions about an ad that’s actually dated October, 2020… so it’s a little bit of a dated pitch for Ian King’s New Era Fortunes ($1,950/yr, no refunds), which I haven’t covered yet…. But today, it’s being pitched with a new intro from Banyan Hill that promotes a current recommendation, […]
Today I wanted to start by looking at an abrupt move from a stock I’ve been watching in recent months. Lemonade (LMND) soared 20% yesterday and a bit more still this morning, on no news… the stock is not quite back to its post-IPO highs of July, but it’s awfully close now. What the heck […]
We won’t be posting a Friday File next week due to the Thanksgiving holiday, and publishing will be light in general for the next few days for the same reason (though we will, of course, feature our annual Turkey of the Year) … so perhaps you can take some solace in the fact that this […]
Narratives and emotion drive the market in the short term, so last week we saw the tech stocks and COVID winners take another surge higher, perhaps in some surge of “election finally done” relief or just from the indications of a likely split government ahead… this week, some combination of Joe Biden’s election victory being […]
I’ve written about a bunch of “pre-IPO” investments in the past, but Ian Wyatt has probably been more relentless than anyone else in promoting this idea of “buying in before it’s public” … particularly when it comes to the hot “brand names” that excite investors. Wyatt’s latest pitch is for a “webinar” that will air […]
Here’s the way the world looks to me right now: The combination of a highly emotional Supreme Court fight, the failure of the government to agree on more stimulus/rescue money, and the way all that plays into the upcoming election and the virulent “end of the world” posturing we’ll hear from both major parties, means […]