Bonus article! This teaser pitch originally appeared as part of a Friday File on March 1, and now that the story has changed a little and some time has passed I’m releasing it for everyone to read… with a few updated thoughts from yours truly at the end. From 3/1/19: I got a teaser pitch […]
I’ve got a couple updated thoughts to share with you on some Real Money Portfolio companies, including answering some reader questions about when to take profits on IIPR (I’ll warn you up front, my answer is wishy-washy), but first I’ve got a quick teaser solution for your Friday edutainment. Just today I got a teaser […]
The hook of Tyler Laundon’s ad for his Cabot Small-Cap Confidential newsletter is a 1,290% gain over the next three years… “When your grandchildren ask you how you turned nearly every $10,000 you invested in 2018 into $129,000 in just three years, I want you to be able to say, quite simply: Cabot Small-Cap Confidential.” And […]
Here’s what got some Gumshoe readers’ attention in the latest ad from Cabot Small Cap Confidential: “The $1.3 billion medical device company I’m about to name will soon be an $80 stock that you must snap up today for $38. “The stock jumped 146% in the last 12 months and is set to double again […]
Tyler Laundon has another big “double” promise for his Cabot Small-Cap Confidential, and it’s about a battery company… but, unlike most of the battery pitches we’ve seen over the past year (almost all of which have really been about lithium), this is a lead-acid battery company. And, really, not actually a battery company at all… […]
We’re preparing to move Stock Gumshoe HQ to some new digs, so I’m going to try to keep this brief today — normally my desk only gets organized once a year, so having to commit to filing and moving everything more often than that is really throwing my schedule off kilter. The pitch we’re looking […]
The sturm und drang about the election is just about enough to make me stop watching television and turn off my Facebook feed… but it’s also generating some concern on Wall Street now, and as we get closer to what seems today to be an inevitable Democratic win in November there’s a lot of speculation […]
This ad caught the eye of several readers, and it’s a slight variation on an ad that I first solved for the Irregulars back in June — so I thought I’d give it a quick once-over and see if we’re still talking about the same stock. So, my dear Irregulars (those are our paid members, […]
Timothy Lutts is hinting at a new small cap stock in order to tantalize potential subscribers to Cabot Small-Cap Confidential 2.0 (which will run you $950/year), and the line that caught my eye was “A Rare Second Chance to Turn $5,000 into $40,000.” That’s a reference to Tesla, which had such an 800% jump (over […]
Tyler Laundon at Top Stock Insights has a new pitch out for the return of 3D printing as an investing phenomenon — if you’ve been watching the pundits or the newsletters for any length of time, you probably remember the huge push that the 3D printing stocks got in the press starting a few years […]
That “top stock” headline is the promise of Ian Wyatt, not myself, just to be clear. Wyatt and Taylor Laundon put out a letter called Top Stock Insights, the text of the ad for that letter says it’s from Taylor and the letter is “signed” by Ian Wyatt, so I guess we’ll assume it’s a […]
Today we’re looking at a new pitch from Tyler Laundon, who is one of the analysts over a Ian Wyatt’s shop and who apparently is helming a pretty new newsletter called Pay Dirt that’s aiming to capitalize on the sometimes-rabid investor interest in commodities stocks. From what I can tell, he started publishing this one […]
Newsletter focused on stock picking in the commodities space.
On a day when the Carlyle Group (CG) is making headlines for their IPO, which was generally received with a “meh” by Wall Street (priced slightly below the range, no pop on the IPO), why not take a look at a different private equity-type stock that’s apparently paying a much higher dividend? Or at least, […]
Looks for hidden small cap opportunities, claims a “limited circulation” because of generally small and less liquid investments. Formerly edited by Thomas Garrity for many years, Tyler Laundon came to Cabot in 2016 after writing for some Wyatt Research newsletters for several years.