Here's her top
pick for October 2012...
It's an elite club made up of fascinating
They're brilliant inventors -- they've developed
products like Skyy Vodka and the Ford Mustang.
best-selling authors -- they've written novels that have dominated The
New York Times best-seller list for 252 weeks straight.
won boxing championships and have been Playboy "Playmates".
They come from all walks of life -- different races, ages, genders
and religions. But they've got one thing in common:
their IQs are higher than 98% of the rest of us.
smartest 2% are called the "Mensa" organization.
geniuses need investing advice. Especially geniuses. In fact,
some of the most bone-headed investment decisions ever made have been by
In 1997, Long-Term Capital Management was
the toast of the investment world, posting gains averaging about 40% a
year. The ivory tower hedge fund was led by two Nobel Prize
winners, a Federal Reserve Vice Chairman and famous Wall Street
arbitrage experts. The next year, it lost $4.6 billion in less
than four months, after it went "all in" on Russian bonds. Russia ended
up defaulting and LTCM collapsed.
Despite all their
advanced econometric models, the geniuses at LTCM made a basic, and
fatal, investment mistake: they underestimated their risk.
Look at the Madoff scam. It fooled New York University, The Royal Bank
of Scotland, the mega French bank Societe Generale. Ex-New York Governor
Elliot Spitzer and Henry Kaufman (former chief economist at Salomon
Brothers) all got taken by Bernie Madoff. Not to mention some savvy
media types including Steven Spielberg, Kevin Bacon and Larry King. All
smart... all successful... and all played for fools.
So when the
local Mensa chapter asked Amy Calistri for market advice, it was a smart
move. I don't care how smart you are, everyone can use some help making
money in stocks.
They turned to Amy for the same reason that I
hired her here at StreetAuthority: she's the best stock picker I've ever
met. She's got an 86% win rate. And she just keeps picking winners...
The "Idiot" Analyst Who Made 620%
I've dealt with plenty of colorful characters
in my dozen-plus years in the investment
research business. But I've never run across anyone quite like Amy
How many market
analysts have co-authored a book entitled Inequality and
Industrial Change: A Global View... and have also played
keyboard in a band named "Guido and the Scum Puppies"?
Fresh out of
college, and two weeks into her first job at IBM, she bought her
first stock in 1979.
By the time she was 24, while her friends were
still playing drinking games, she made the down payment on her first
house with the profits.
Amy's career has been full of twists. Some
you might expect. She earned a Series 3 certification in commodities
and futures. She created investment education courses used by the
major investment houses.
Other career twists are a bit odder.
For a few years, Amy was heavily into the professional poker scene
in Las Vegas. (In fact, she even wrote a book about it.)
Her specialty: pot limit Omaha. She taught
billionaire banking tycoon Andrew Beal how to play the game (Beal
is the 39th richest person in America, worth $7 billion, according
to Forbes magazine.)
Beal was already a killer poker player
when Amy met him. And he obviously has a huge bankroll. In fact, he
played in the highest-stakes poker game ever. Minimum bet: $100,000.
He walked away with $10.6 million that day... but he had never played
pot limit Omaha.
So Amy gave him a quick lesson. She
covered the basics in 20 minutes and they played a practice hand.
And then the pros rolled in. After eight hours of poker, she had
doubled her money. But Beal cleaned up even bigger -- in a game he had
never played before.
Some investors scoff at poker as just a
card game. But winning on Wall Street requires many of the same
skills you need to win at the table.
In fact, Amy
credits her years of poker with honing her uncanny ability of
knowing when to sell at the top. I'll give you a few examples of
that rare skill in a second.
Now Amy is our go-to researcher here at
No matter what her big-picture outlook for
the market, she is full of creative market plays. In a firm of
free-thinking analysts, she's the most independent-minded of the
I've seen this maverick streak pay off for Amy again and again. Here are
a few of the bold calls she's made in just about every kind of market...
620% Insight -- In the fall of 1999, oil was $20 a barrel.
Natural gas was trading at just $2.50 per thousand cubic feet.
Analysts were convinced that energy prices were headed lower,
predicting $10 a barrel oil before long.
Amy didn't see it
that way. U.S. GDP growth was running above 4%. The Internet was
booming, and energy-intensive server farms were sprouting up around
the country. And new natural gas-burning power plants were coming
So Amy put her IRA into Burlington
Resources -- a company with huge natural gas reserves. She's up 620%
"Idiot" Move that Made Her 45% -- At the start of 2001, the
economy looked like it was beginning to turn ugly. Amy took a
position in Hecla (NYSE: HL), a silver and gold mining company.
Diane Swonk, the
former chief economist for Bank One and financial talking head,
publicly called her an idiot for investing in gold. Amy made 45% on
At that meeting, Swonk claimed the
U.S. economy wasn't in a recession, with the catchy phrase, "I've
seen a recession, baby, and this ain't it." It turns out that at the
moment she uttered that phrase, the economy was in a recession.
Amy was right.
As the U.S. economy
collapsed, Amy made 45% on her investment in Hecla Mining.
Out Before the Crash -- I wish I had followed Amy back in
2007 when she got out of the market and into
At that point, the subprime crisis had started to
unfold and a few lenders were already lining up for bankruptcy. But
most analysts were predicting the problem would stay isolated to the
Amy didn't buy it. Even as the market
continued to climb higher, she put a big chunk of her portfolio in
cash and Treasury bills. Switching her portfolio into cash was a
Not only did she avoid the market crash --
she made 22% on her T-bills to boot. Not bad considering that the
S&P 500 plunged 40% over the same time period.
What Readers Are Saying
About Amy Calistri and
Stock of the Month...
work finding the perfect investment... solid dividend, growth
opportunity and wide moat around their franchise."
-- R.H., Palm Desert, Calif.
thrilled with Amy Calistri's 'Stock of the Month'
recommendation -- the content, the quality, the research, the
thoroughness, the logic, the explanation. This is EXACTLY what I
am looking for when I pay good money for advice."
-- R.G., Spring Grove, Penn.
of the Month is very easy to read. It isn't filled with a
lot of technical jargon, and there is enough data to see your
picks makes sense."
-- Andy S., Oak Lawn, Illinois
"I like the
"real money portfolio."I would like to see all editors use the
same. It makes it easy to calculate volatility, total return,
-- Jim P., Banks, Oregon
Amy, I really appreciate the research, history and insightful
outlook, prudence, dividend information, charts and graphs, the
Stock Of The Month Portfolio update and 3 bonus picks you
have provided. It's especially helpful to me as a new
-- Cynthia D., North York, Ontario
so much for your Stock of the Month. Love your monthly
letter and alerts. I love your reasoning and clear evaluation of
-- Julian Edward
Getting Out at the Top -- Even though Amy made 620% on
Burlington Resources (later bought out by ConocoPhillips (NYSE:
not married to energy stocks.
She sold off half her position in oil and gas in 2008, before
oil prices started their free-fall and sent energy stocks
Moving Into Gold -- In October 2008, Amy noticed that
even though gold had soared, most gold stocks hadn't kept pace.
This disconnect made no sense to her. Gold firms were mining
gold at a cost of $300 per ounce.
With gold over $800 per ounce, these miners were extraordinarily
But with the stock market in free-fall, money-making gold stocks
had been dragged down indiscriminately with everything else.
Bright Young Engineering
Student Became a Poker Junkie -- and
Why That's Good News for Investors
I've rarely even worked in an
In fact, I've spent more time at a poker
table than behind a desk. And I'm a better investor for it.
I'm Amy Calistri.
I run StreetAuthority's Stock
of the Month advisory... but I've never worked a day on
Poker and investing are kissing cousins. You have to know
when to place a bet... when to go all in... and when to
fold. But the real key to winning at both is to be a
ruthless money manager.
I didn't set out to be a poker
junkie. I got an engineering degree at Columbia... and a
masters at the University of Texas.
people hear that I play poker, they think I must be a
gambling sort of investor, a wild speculator. But they've got it exactly wrong.
I put my cash on the line -- at the table or in the market
-- I want to know the odds are on my side.
what Stock of the Month is all about: Finding just
one great investment idea each month, where the odds are
squarely stacked in your favor.
just released a new report called Five Crucial
Investment Lessons I Learned at the Poker Table.
It details five ways to maximize profits and minimize
losses I learned from the best poker players in the world.
reveals the names and ticker symbols of two stocks that EVERY
serious investor should own right now.
One of these stocks has turned every $530 invested in 1972 into
more than $1 million today. This company is raising its
dividend, spending billions to buy back its own shares, and
enjoys a dominant 80% market share in one of the world's most
And best of all, with the stock down 60% from its all-time
highs, it's now one of the most undervalued companies in
You'll get the full
details in my latest report -- Five Crucial Investment Lessons I
Learned at the Poker Table.
cost for this report? Zero. It comes free with my compliments
with every new subscription to Stock of the Month.
-- Amy Calistri
She told me that either gold would have to plunge or these
stocks would eventually soar. She urged me to buy the Market Vectors
Gold Miners ETF (NYSE: GDX). It's now up 157%.
Calling the Shipping Turnaround -- In December 2008 Amy
recommended shipping stocks because she was sure a rebound was
coming in that devastated industry.
all the industries hurt by the credit crisis, none had been more
viciously mauled than the shippers. Not even basket case
financial stocks had suffered as much as the 94% plunge in the
Baltic Dry Index, a proxy for shipping stocks.
The way Amy put it, unless the world suddenly stopped eating and
building, trade would continue, and normalcy would return to this
And when it did, she predicted a monster
rebound in shipping stocks.
She flatly stated that the Baltic Dry Index had hit its bottom.
On that day the index was at 774. Just one year later, it closed
at 4107 --
Profit Play -- After Obama was elected, gun sales surged
because people expected stricter gun-control laws would soon be
Gun-maker stocks soared. Sturm, Ruger & Co. (NYSE:
RGR) rose 163% in six months. Smith & Wesson (Nasdaq: SWHC) shot up
But no one was looking at ammunition. And from an
investment standpoint ammo is better than guns.
the razor blade model. Gillette doesn't make its money off razor
sales. They make it off the dozens of times you have to replace the
blade for that single razor purchase.
In the same way, gun
owners spend far more on the cumulative cost of their ammunition
than they do on their guns.
So Amy's "Stock of the Month"
pick for June 2009 was Olin Corp. (NYSE: OLN) -- an ammo maker whose
stock had flatlined for the previous six months.
stock price didn't make sense, considering ammo shortages were
widespread from coast to coast.
Even Wal-Mart couldn't keep
ammo on the shelves. Some hard-to-find caliber ammunition was
selling for 10 times the normal price. Olin was working 24/7 to meet
the rise in demand.
Lesson: A lot of investors can spot a
trend. But it takes more than that to find the best way to play it.
Amy and her readers made 58.0% on Olin. That pick more than doubled
the S&P 500.
So what is Amy looking to buy right now?
A couple days ago I asked her if she could hold only one stock for
the next 12 months, what would it be?
going to tell you which stock she picked so you can jump in and
potentially make some money along with her readers...
Amy's #1 Stock for the Next 12 Months
When I asked Amy what her favorite stock was right now, she didn't
beat around the bush: "If I had to hold only one stock over the next
12 months, it would be Nike (NYSE: NKE)."
Nike has so many
catalysts driving it that it's hard to know where to start. Few
companies can match Nike's incredible pricing power.
Its shoes are
so popular that people line up for hours in the cold to be first in
line to buy them at $180 a pair. Some collectors save the shoes for
special occasions or never take them out of the box.
the demand gets out of control. When Nike introduced its latest Air
Jordan shoes last December, they had to call in the riot police. The
mayhem stretched from Atlanta to Seattle.
On top of the strength
of its brands, Nike has two special catalysts going for it in 2012.
Nike just became the exclusive provider of National Football League
Not only will that mean more jersey sales to fans, but it puts the
company's logo in front of some of the biggest audiences in the world.
In 2011, nine of the 10 highest-rated TV broadcasts were NFL-related.
Nike also has a strong
track record of beating the market during Olympic years. Since 1984,
the stock has beaten the S&P six out of seven times during the two
weeks of the summer games.
Once the London Olympic Games begin in
July I expect we'll see a repeat performance for Nike stock.
doesn't just talk about Nike -- she owns it. It is one of the 12
stocks in her real-money $100,000 portfolio.
But Nike is just
one of Amy's top picks right now.
She's found two others that could do even better over the long
haul. Nike has some great catalysts coming its way this summer, but
these other two could gain even MORE in the coming years...
#1 shares a monopoly on perhaps the single best business model on earth.
It turns 40% of its sales into net income, making it more profitable
than many of the most respected companies in the world, including
Microsoft, Google, and Apple. In fact, right now the stock is
more profitable, faster-growing, and cheaper than Nike.
is a classic Amy pick -- it's one of the most unusual companies I've
ever seen. It owns and operates the largest chain of pawn shops
Have you ever considered investing in pawn shops? Me
neither. But that's all part of Amy's brilliance -- she finds unusual
(and lucrative) investing ideas where nobody else is looking.
The beauty of pawn shops is simple -- they make a killing in weak
economies like the one we're seeing right now. As shoppers continue to
look for ways to stretch their dollars, this company's earnings have
tripled and the shares are up 200% over the last five years. As pawn
shops enter the mainstream, this fast-grower is opening up new locations
across the country, and we think its winning streak will continue.
Amy gives full details on all of these stocks -- including names and
ticker symbols -- in her newest in-depth research report -- Amy
Calistri's Top Three. You can get this report immediately. I'll explain
how in a minute.
charge for this report. All I ask is that you examine the service I
set up to send out Amy's favorite stock pick every month.
called Stock of the Month and when you take a look at it, you will
receive Amy Calistri's Top Three, plus several other reports
Trust This Stock Picker So Much That I Gave Her $100,000...
and Told Her to Start a Newsletter
Wall Street is packed with so-called analysts who
tell you all day which stocks to buy.
But not many
of them have the courage to put their own money into the
investments they plug.
At StreetAuthority we do
That's why I gave Amy Calistri
$100,000 of company money to invest in an advisory service
we created for her.
I wanted her to be right there
in the trenches with her readers.
I'm glad I did. So
far Amy has made me gains of 45.9%... 49.6%... and 58.0%
She's already grown my $100,000 into
$130,322 and she hasn't even invested half of it yet!
She still has $51,000 in cash.
I'm not the only one making money. Far from it...
Subscriber Cathy K. says
"I have gotten Stock of the Month for almost a year. I have
profited on every recommendation Amy has made and that I
As recently as Thursday I sold HOGS and SBH
which I purchased and sold at her recommendation and made
As far as I am concerned... Amy knows what she is
Jim says, "This is the best I've ever subscribed to. Consistent winners. Have never seen anything like
it. I'll hold onto this one."
W.E.W. says, "I have been
investing with Amy for about 18 months and in that time we
have only had one loser. Every other pick I have sold for
She usually holds for 6 months to a year and
has a way picking one stock that will beat the market. I
N.I. from Denver says, "I started in July and
am very pleased with all her picks. I honestly can't wait to
see what the stock of the month is. It has been fun and
I've been publishing investment newsletters
for more than a dozen years. I've never seen such rave reviews for anything
I've published before. Of course, when almost every stock
you pick winds up making money for your readers, that's the
sort of feedback you're likely to get.
Radically Different from Other Advisories
Stock of the Month is radically different from most newsletters. It
is as simple as investing gets -- just one pick per month.
"Stock of the Month" might occasionally be an ETF, a mutual fund or
even a partnership. But it's always just one idea -- no exceptions.
I like that. Nothing focuses the mind like knowing that you only
have one shot at the prize... and that there are no "do-overs." Give
an archer 10 shots at a target and his first few will probably be
warmups. Give him one shot -- and you get his absolute best effort.
There's a lot to be said for focusing on a few stocks.
Buffett's top five holdings make
up 73% of his portfolio for his giant investment firm, Berkshire
Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-B).
Buffett believes that concentration
actually reduces risk. His logic? You pay extra attention to an
investment when it's a big part of your portfolio. You conduct more
research and due diligence to reach a comfort level.
concentrated approach bears fruit. Anyone
with the good sense to invest $10,000 in Warren Buffett's partnership at
its inception in 1956 (and to transfer into Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway
at the partnership's termination) would be sitting on an astonishing
$484 million today -- after all fees and expenses.
You can find the proof in the
best real-life stock-picking laboratory on Wall Street: mutual
No one knows more about mutual funds than research firm
Morningstar. They found that managers with fewer positions
consistently outperform their rivals. Among all style categories,
concentrated, low-turnover funds overwhelmingly beat their peers.
These narrow-portfolio funds won out in both the bull market of the
late 1990s and the ensuing bear market.
It makes sense when you
think about it. The average stock fund holds about 140 different
stocks. How can anyone really know the workings of 140 companies in
dozens of sectors... and maybe in dozens of countries to boot?
only has to dig deep into 12 new companies a year, because she
concentrates her bets, just like Warren Buffett. The way Buffett
puts it, it's crazy to put money into your 20th choice rather than
your 1st choice. Buffett calls it the "Lebron James analogy."
If you have basketball phenom Lebron James on your team, don't take
him out of the game just to make room for someone else.
With only 12 stocks in her portfolio, Amy can watch over each
one like a hawk.
I could go on and on about why this simplified and
concentrated approach works so well... but I'll let Amy's readers do
Bill says, "This is one of my favorite newsletters. I
like the stock-a-month approach, and I especially like her
reasoning. She is very good at updating and making interim
suggestions, and at ranking her own choices on a monthly basis. I
like newsletters that are clear and succinct, and I feel that Stock
of the Month is a very smart and balanced set of picks. I am
extremely satisfied. "
Laura says, "So far so good. I subscribed
right when she began the service. I set up a spreadsheet to track
all the picks.... I've made every trade she recommends, exactly as
she says, and so far I'm impressed."
In January of this year, L.
M. said... "I have subscribed for about 6 months and the picks have
been very good to excellent. Some of her picks are so good, you
can't help yourself from banking a quick gain. From my experience so
far you will make money with Amy's service."
Cathy K. says, "I just recently started taking this newsletter. Before I
did I tracked her picks since she started this in April. Boy I wish I
had been onboard in April. Her DEO pick that she bought at either 43 or
45 dollars is now close to 66 dollars. Her IAF which she purchased at
approximately 7 dollars closed yesterday at $11.89. Her VOD that was
purchased somewhere in the middle teens is now $22.99. I think the proof
is in the pudding! It appears to me Amy is brilliant! You go Girl!"
I hope Cathy K. is holding on to these three stocks,
because they have gone on a tear. DEO is up 134.8% since Amy bought it...
IAF is up 91.8%... and VOD is up 77.0%.
How Is Amy Doing So Far? Judge for
Here's Her Track Record
Amy has been publishing her
Stock of the
Month for three years now. In that time she has closed out a total
of 28 trades. Of those 28, 24 made a profit, and 19 of them gained
I'm reproducing the entire record here. As you
can see, her average gain was 19.9%. And since she held each position
an average of just 10.3 months, her true annualized return is even
higher, at 23.2%.
It only takes 20 minutes to read an issue of
Amy's newsletter and buy her pick. That comes to four hours a year
out of your life... in exchange for a potential 20% on your money.
a bad deal, if you ask me.
You Are Looking at the Real Thing --
Most newsletters have a
hypothetical portfolio. Not Stock of the Month.
buys and sells each month's pick in a real brokerage account. I gave
her $100,000 to put into a real account at E*Trade so she can invest
alongside her readers.
You'll get a
link to our monthly statement in every issue of Stock of the Month.
You'll see exactly how well we're doing -- after commissions -- with
It's a matter of principle with me: StreetAuthority
invests alongside its customers. If we aren't comfortable buying a
stock ourselves, then we aren't going to recommend it.
Amy's Complete Track Record
28 Closed Trades, 24 Winners
And you'll not only
mirror our performance, you might well beat it.
we'll always wait until 48 hours after Amy recommends a trade before
we buy it for our own portfolio. With a 48-hour advance warning, you
can beat us to the punch.
I may be the publisher, but I want to
make money in the market, too. When the boss's money is on the line,
it tends to keep a stock picker focused.
You don't have to be
right 100% of the time -- no one is. And you don't have to perfectly
time the tops and the bottoms.
As the stocks here prove, all it
takes to outperform the market is just one good idea. That's what
Stock of the Month is all about.
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Pick of the Month -- Amy's in-depth profile of her favorite
investing idea right now. She's been sending these out for three
years now, and they are making readers an average of
20% in 10.3
12 issues of Amy's Stock of the Month Newsletter --
Each monthly issue is loaded with Amy's single favorite pick of the
month, as well as updated advice on her previous recommendations.
Site -- Including easy access to current and past issues, news
flashes, portfolios, and a host of valuable educational materials.
Instant Alerts when Breaking News Hits -- On top of your monthly
issues, Amy also alerts you to important breaking news.
doesn't pay attention to her publication schedule so this is a way
to make sure you have up-to-the-minute advice when conditions change
Amy's "Top 12" Portfolio -- These are
her 12 favorite investments for your money right now.
she'll kick out the weakest link and add a stronger replacement.
When a hungry pig approaches a crowded feeding bin, it has to shove
aside a weaker one to get in.
Amy uses this same
survival-of-the-fittest approach to replace good stocks with
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||1) Amy Calistri's Top Three
Of all the stocks in the world you could
buy, these are Amy's three favorites for your money now...
I told you about
this first one earlier. Nike has just become the exclusive
provider of NFL uniforms, putting its logo in front of a
huge new audience. Plus Nike almost always beats the market
in Olympic years. Once the London games begin in July I
expect we'll see a repeat performance for the stock.
These next two I will keep confidential, in fairness to
paying subscribers. But here's a brief peek:
Stock #2 shares a monopoly on perhaps the single best business model on
earth. It turns 40% of its sales into net income, making it more
profitable than many of the most respected companies in the
world, including Microsoft, Google, and Apple.
In fact, right now the stock is more profitable, faster-growing,
and cheaper than Nike.
Stock #3 is one of the most unusual companies I've ever seen. It owns
and operates the largest chain of pawn shops anywhere. The beauty of
pawn shops is simple -- they make a killing in weak economies like the
one we're seeing right now. This company's earnings soared 30% from 2008 to 2009 -- in the
teeth of one of the worst recessions in U.S. history.
As shoppers continue to look for ways to stretch their dollars, stock
#3's earnings have tripled and the shares are up 200% over the last five
years. As pawn shops enter the mainstream, this fast-grower is opening
up new locations across the country, and we think its winning streak
Two Unique Funds That Almost Never Go Down
We all watched in anguish as the S&P 500 dropped 50% from June
2008 to March 2009. Even the most diversified portfolios weren't
safe. But two unique equity funds held their ground.
This was no fluke. These two funds employ a strategy that
ignores market conditions and appreciates even in the worst
of times. Take a look...
If you want Steady Eddie performers that will
keep on powering slowly ahead even in a bear market, you
need to check out both these unusual funds.
||3) A "Secret"
Way to Invest in Comapnies like Google and Facebook BEFORE
They Go Public
This is one of the
most unusual stories I've ever seen. Amy has discovered two stocks that
give investors a rare opportunity to profit from private companies like Facebook and Google when the biggest gains are made -- BEFORE they go
Since its IPO, shares of Google have returned a
whopping 508%. But that's nothing compared to what some investors made
who bought the stock before it went public. Jeff Bezos, the founder of
Amazon.com, invested $250,000 in Google early on. Today, his stake is
worth more than $2 billion.
And plenty of investors struck it rich in Facebook. Six
years ago, a 36-year-old artist named David Choe was paid a few thousand
dollars to paint murals on the walls of Facebook's first office. Rather
than take his fee in cash, Choe took it in Facebook stock. That small
sum is now worth about $200 million.
In 2004, a California businessman named Peter Thiel
took the plunge and invested $500,000. His investment has grown into $2
You see, by the time you wait for a hot company to go
public, the really big money has usually already been made. There isn't
much you can do about it. Pre-IPO stocks just aren't typically available
to the "regular guy."
But there is one way to own fast-growing startups
before their IPOs...
The secret lies in a little-known security issued by
companies that buy into startups very early on.
There are only a few dozen of these on the market, and
this report details Amy's favorite. Since it was founded in 2003, over
30 companies in its portfolio have been acquired, and seven have
Amy made this one her February "Stock of the Month"--
just before the company succeeded in doing what even Goldman Sachs
failed to do. It bought millions of dollars worth of Facebook shares on
the private market.
If Facebook ends up making a huge run, this company
could sell those shares for a huge return. As a bonus, it yields 8.8%.
4) Amy's Top Contrarian Play of
You might think Amy's crazy to recommend anything
real-estate related... but I bet that after you see this one,
you'll want to own it.
This company has been making
"pre-fab" homes since 1965. These are real houses, ranging
from 500 to 3,300 square feet, with up to five bedrooms, a
living room, dining room, kitchen and two or more full
It also has a thriving side business in vacation
cabins. Last year, it launched a new generation of off-grid,
solar-powered cabin, rated the most environmentally friendly
cottage on the market.
Why do we single out this one?
Because manufactured housing is one of the few healthy
pockets of the real estate sector, and this stock is one of
the few ways to invest in it. Its major competitors are
Even during the tough housing market, it
prospered by selling into high-demand areas (such as booming
shale gas regions) and buying up competitors who couldn't
weather the housing storm.
The stock recently hit an
all-time high, and it is small enough, at $318 million
market cap, to offer a lot of growth ahead.
Crucial Investment Lessons I Learned at the Poker Table
Anybody can play poker... but not
everyone has played one-on-one against a billionaire... or played in the
World Series main event... or walked away from the table with thousands
of dollars in winnings.
This report brings you five ways to
maximize profits and cut losses that Amy picked up from her
years of playing high-stakes poker in Las Vegas... and she
shows you how they work in real life with actual trades from
her Stock of the Month portfolio.
When people hear that Amy plays poker, they think she must be a gambling
sort of investor... a wild speculator. But they've got it all wrong.
As you will see here, poker and investing are kissing
cousins. You have to know when to place a bet... when to go
all in... and when to fold.
But the real key to winning at
both is to be a ruthless money manager.
Whenever she puts
her cash on the line -- at the table or in the market -- Amy
wants the odds on her side. This report distills what
of the Month is all about: Finding just one great investment
idea where the odds are squarely stacked in your favor.
It also reveals the names and
ticker symbols of two stocks that EVERY serious investor should own
right now. One of these stocks has turned every $530 invested in 1972
into more than $1 million today. This company is raising its dividend,
spending billions to buy back its own shares, and enjoys a dominant 80%
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of all, with the stock down 60% from its all-time highs, it's now one of
the most undervalued companies in America.
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The masthead price for a year of Stock of
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complete with buy and sell signals, plus as-needed updates --
emailed to you within minutes of her investing decision -- is $99.
we're trying something different. Sign up through this offer and you
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not even risking forty bucks, because if you don't like it, you can
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In the meantime, we'll give you the next
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Stock of the Month issues.
If her service
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you'll keep all of the special reports and newsletters you've
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To recap, here is what you'll be getting
for 11 cents a day...
A new issue of Stock of the Month every
month -- Each issue includes an in-depth feature on Amy's top pick
and is loaded with fresh new investing ideas plus updated advice on
Mid-month updates to bring you any
important developments between issues.
Subscribers-only website with links to
past issues and special reports.
Up to five free special reports to get you
off and running...
Report #1: Amy Calistri's Top Three
Two Unique Funds That Never Go
#3: A Secret Way to Invest in Companies like Google and
Facebook BEFORE They Go Public
#4: Amy's Top Contrarian Play of 2012
Five Crucial Investment Lessons
I Learned at the Poker
Instant Access to Amy's Entire $100,000
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Keep in mind this is a special pricing
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can't guarantee that you will see this low price again... but I can
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And remember, your risk is zero with this
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You'll have the
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All the best,
Chief Investment Strategist
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