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This fast-paced technical trading service shows regular investors how to profit just like pros - taking big, reliable gains quickly, over and over, with minimal risk. Editor D.R. Barton scours the market to identify the nearly invisible, short-term "stealth" stock trends that turn into fast gains, often in just a few days.
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In his thousands of hours of number-crunching, editor Sid Riggs discovered a pattern of profits that’s almost foolproof. He identified seven “sparks” that consistently propel small-cap stocks to new highs, making investors potentially life-changing gains in the process.
Click here to get exclusive access to Bill's special report on the world's best buy signal - insider transactions. Last year, the CEO of a tiny defense contractor bought over 30,000 shares of his own company. The stock went up 30% in just over a month. Recently, this CEO snapped up even more shares and this time Bill expects the stock to pop by 108%. Here's why...
Hedge fund legend Shah Gilani's newest research service lets you work "the other side of the trade," where the money you can make is off-the-charts crazy. For those willing to break the old "buy and hold" rule, Short-Side Fortunes opens up a whole new world of investing that will allow you to make huge money when asset classes flip direction - no matter which way they turn.
Kent leverages his unparalleled connections in the energy world to extract profits from oilfield exploration, drilling, service providers, producers, pipelines, and more. Follow his closely guarded techniques for making oversized gains in the most profitable sector in history.
Shares of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. (Nasdaq: RIMM) plummeted in after hours trading yesterday (Thursday) after the company missed Wall Street’s earnings and sales expectations. For its second quarter ended August 29, RIM reported net income of $475.6 million, or 83 cents per share on revenue of $3.53 billion. That compares to a net […]
Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT) last Thursday charmed investors when it revealed its Cliq smartphone, which will compete head on with Apple Inc.'s (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPhone and Research in Motion Ltd.'s Blackberry. Motorola's stock is up nearly 12% since the announcement, as investors are hoping the new phone will be enough to win back some of […]