Last summer, American Consequences contributor Matt McCall told us about a huge opportunity in legal cannabis…
I think within five years, it will be legal federally. And all these companies that are sitting at a couple-hundred-million-dollar market cap will be several-billion-dollar companies, just like in Canada.
As you know, “pot stocks” surged just a few months later. And his subscribers benefited in a huge way.
For example, Gene P. wrote:
“I could not believe how quickly I made over $150,000 by just following your advice on this stock in January 2019. Thank you again and hopefully the marijuana stock picks of yours will lead to the same profit when Trump makes marijuana legal.”
And another subscriber, Eugene T., had a similar experience on a different stock that Matt recommended:
“I bought 2,913 shares at $10.15 in February. I later had questions regarding the position and was encouraged to keep the stocks. This morning before the market opened, I sold all 2,913 shares at $66.00 per share. In four months a $30,000 investment produced $162,977 dollars in profit. I am retired and this makes my retirement more secure.”
These gains are incredible. But for Matt’s early stage investing strategy, they’re practically commonplace.
That’s because over the years, he’s recommended more than 200 companies that have gone up anywhere from 100% to 965%… PLUS another 16 stocks that went on to soar 1,000% or more.
And while Matt usually reserves the names of these companies for his paid-up subscribers, this evening he’s revealing his strategy live.
Matt says he has a list of more than a dozen stocks that are set to soar in value – including his No. 1 stock to own over the next five years.
He believes it will go up 1,000%.
Tonight at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time, you have a chance to learn about some of the most exciting opportunities in the market… from an analyst with one of the best track records in the business. This event is live, on camera, so please watch closely.
Now here’s some of the news we’re reading…
Look around, and everything seems pretty darn good…
Putting party ahead of country, the Democrats see the political damage a weak economy would inflict on President Trump as more important than the harm an economic decline would inflict on American workers.
Only one good [costs] more work time today than in 1975: men’s work boots. For all of the other goods in my sample, the amount of time that a typical American worker today must work to earn enough income to buy those goods is less than in 1975.
Of course, that leads us to ask: What could go wrong?…
The overlap in the top 50 stockholdings between mutual funds and hedge funds—two types of investors whose styles typically differ—now stands at near-record levels…
You can have high valuations and high returns for a while, but the high returns don’t last. Eventually, rich valuations are bad for tomorrow’s gains
Is Kamala a lock, as we’ve suggested in these pages?
Some Republicans take it as an article of faith that by the time the Democrats gather in Milwaukee a little less than a year from now to coronate their nominee, Harris will be the guest of honor.
No matter what happens, expect to pay out the wazoo for “free” health care.
Whether conceived as an expansion of Medicare or the creation of a government health-care option, the public option is a Trojan horse with single-payer hiding inside.
Craziest thing we read this week, from our friend Sara Carter…
If what you already know about the FBI’s investigation into President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia has you wondering what can come next, “make sure you are sitting down because it’s about to get worse,” said Patrick Byrne, the philanthropist and CEO of the mega online retail chain Overstock.com.
And let us know what you’re reading at [email protected].
Publisher, American Consequences
With P.J. O’Rourke and the Editorial Staff
July 31, 2019