October 7, 2019
How to Get One Over on Wall Street
Steven Longenecker, Publisher
We put Professor Joel Litman on the cover of our latest American Consequences magazine.
We were so impressed by Professor Litman and his “Truth Detector” that we sent feature writer Alice Lloyd to find out how he came to tell folks what Wall Street won’t – and why some of the biggest money managers in the world currently use his research.
I hope that you read his story and got to know Joel during his video presentation last month. That night, he told viewers about the stock that they called the No. 1 opportunity right now in America…
You see, this company is expanding quickly. It has doubled in size every two to three years – and it’s now starting to speed up from that. Already, it’s making almost 50% more assets per dollar invested than it was five years ago.
And the market is missing it completely.
In fact, Wall Street thinks that its return on assets is falling… But the actual, true number is increasing.
Professor Litman even ran his forensic analysis on the company’s earnings call – to see whether management believed in what they were saying.
This stock could easily become a five-bagger… and return five times what you invest.
That would turn $5,000 into $25,000. Or $20,000 into $100,000.
But again, Wall Street isn’t recognizing its growth. That’s your opportunity if you’re interested in investing. You can learn the name of this stock right here.
The advantage of knowing what other investors don’t can be extraordinary…
One widely available stock has gained more than 1,000% since Joel’s system identified an opportunity in it in a Barron’s magazine story.
And the best part about Joel’s system is that it’s dead-simple. Just type in the stock ticker of any company you might own… and immediately see its true earnings number – plus where it’s likely going next.
We urge you… If you own any individual stocks, learn more about Joel’s system right here.
Now here are some of the stories we’re reading…
The inside story of the iconoclastic accountant who knows what the balance sheet hides.
It’s tempting to look at two similar businesses and want to own the one that has more revenue or more profits… But we want to know, as investors, if we put our money into a company that the management team will be able to turn that back into profits – which can be distributed to us as shareholders.
My team and I are bringing institutional-level research to the consumer, without the institutional-level fog that makes the information impossible to digest.
And let us know what you’re reading at [email protected].
Publisher, American Consequences
With P.J. O’Rourke and the Editorial Staff
October 7, 2019