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With over 20 years of professional experience, Mark Gomes has grown to become one of the world's most experienced technology stock analysts. He is also a Masters Track & Field world record holder and U.S. Gold medalist (http://www.fasterthanforty.com/hello-world/). Currently, Mr. Gomes is... More
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Poised To Triple
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Faster Than Forty
  • Become A Millionaire For Free! 28 comments
    Jul 9, 2014 6:50 PM | about stocks: GLUU, PXLW, AERO

    From the beginning, PTT Research decided that we wanted to create a business that would essentially give our customers the money to pay for our services before they sign up.

    If you don't know who we are, you should probably read this first. In short, I'm the CEO of PTT Research and a technology veteran with over 20 years of experience. PTT aims to discover emerging companies that can triple in value. When correct, we gain 200%. When wrong, we lose 20-30%. We're right more than half of the time, so the 200% gains and 30% losses average out to 85% profits for our subscribers.

    My introduction to Main Street investors started with four years of free service on Seeking Alpha. I wanted to give investors a chance to get comfortable with me and my picks. The world is full of scam artists and I wanted to show everyone that I wasn't one of them. My Wall Street customers (including Jim Cramer's Cramer & Co.) already knew it, but Main Street investors like you did not.

    During those four years of free service, I picked numerous stocks that tripled in value. Then, starting with Pixelworks (NASDAQ:PXLW) in May of 2013, we started to sign readers up to our free blog at PoisedToTriple.com. Finally, after putting literally billions of dollars in the hands of 50,000+ readers, we launched our pay services via PTT Research.

    Hundreds signed up immediately. Our five year investment was paying off.

    But we were just getting started. Our first pick for paying members was Glu Mobile (NASDAQ:GLUU). It was an instant winner. Customers were sitting on big profits before we finally released it to the public... and then the public made big profits too!

    As I write this, GLUU is up 74% in just 9 months.

    Going forward, we will continue with this free / premium (a.k.a. freemium) model. Subscribers of our PTT Newsletter now receive my picks to triple months before we release them to the public. They also receive my exclusive weekly research updates and educational investment commentary.

    This provides the ongoing information and psychological reinforcement needed to maximize their profits on our picks. Our goal is to enable our free readers to double their money every three years, but for our paying members to triple their money in the same timeframe.

    If we succeed, everyone becomes a millionaire!

    But observe the chart below. In it, we show the results for readers of our free research who achieve our goal for them versus paying members who achieve our goal for them:

     

    Investor 1 (Free)

     

    Investor 2 (Paying Member)

        

    Year

    Start

    26%

     

    Start

    Post-PTT Dues

    44%

    1

    $10,000

    $12,599

     

    $10,000

    $8,500

    $12,259

    2

    $12,599

    $15,874

     

    $12,259

    $10,759

    $15,517

    3

    $15,874

    $20,000

     

    $15,517

    $14,017

    $20,216

    4

    $20,000

    $25,198

     

    $20,216

    $18,716

    $26,994

    5

    $25,198

    $31,748

     

    $26,994

    $25,494

    $36,769

    6

    $31,748

    $40,000

     

    $36,769

    $35,269

    $50,866

    7

    $40,000

    $50,397

     

    $50,866

    $49,366

    $71,198

    8

    $50,397

    $63,496

     

    $71,198

    $69,698

    $100,522

    9

    $63,496

    $80,000

     

    $100,522

    $99,022

    $142,814

    10

    $80,000

    $100,794

     

    $142,814

    $141,314

    $203,811

    11

    $100,794

    $126,992

     

    $203,811

    $202,311

    $291,783

    12

    $126,992

    $160,000

     

    $291,783

    $290,283

    $418,660

    13

    $160,000

    $201,587

     

    $418,660

    $417,160

    $601,649

    14

    $201,587

    $253,984

     

    $601,649

    $600,149

    $865,564

    15

    $253,984

    $320,000

     

    $865,564

    $864,064

    $1,246,196

    16

    $320,000

    $403,175

     

    $1,246,196

    $1,244,696

    $1,795,163

    17

    $403,175

    $507,968

     

    $1,795,163

    $1,793,663

    $2,586,910

    18

    $507,968

    $640,000

     

    $2,586,910

    $2,585,410

    $3,728,806

    19

    $640,000

    $806,349

     

    $3,728,806

    $3,727,306

    $5,375,705

    20

    $806,349

    $1,015,937

     

    $5,375,705

    $5,374,205

    $7,750,945

    For demonstration purposes only. This is not a guarantee to obtain the results displayed. Pre-tax results displayed.

    The numbers speak for themselves. At the end of this example, the readers of our free research has turned $10,000 into $1,000,000. Their annual profits are over $200,000. That's fantastic (!)... but our paying PTT members are multi-millionaires with nearly $8 million, with profits growing at more than $2,000,000 per year!

    Even though this is just an example, I can tell you that "Investor #2" closely resembles what has happened to me since 1996.

    In other words, this is real... and it can happen for you.

    Of course, taxes might eat into your profits depending on where you live and what kind of account you have. I pack as much profits as possible into a ROTH IRA account, which incurs zero taxes! Oh, and by the way, PTT subscriptions are tax-deductible, too :)

    Regardless of taxes, as you start to make money, you will want to deposit more of your paycheck into your stock account(s) to accelerate your path to making millions. Overall, you might find (as I have) that taxes and savings offset one another, making the numbers above very attainable.

    So, are you Investor #1 or Investor #2?

    The choice is yours. Visit PTT Research today and decide if signing up is right for you. If you want to try our free service first, sign up for our PTT Insider newsletter!

    Bonus Article

    What Happened To Our "Picks To Triple in a Correction"?

    In short, they took off. In the seven weeks after releasing our report, "Picks To Triple in a Correction" all three stocks rose sharply. They delivered an average of 37% (which equates to an annual return of more than 850%!):

    Company

    Ticker

    May 19 Price

    July 9 Price

    ROI since
    May 19

    Glu Mobile

    GLUU

    3.80

    5.46

    44%

    Pixelworks

    PXLW

    5.71

    8.73

    53%

    AeroGrow

    AERO

    5.30

    6.10

    15%

       

    Average

    37%

       

    Annualized

    863%

    Source: PTTResearch.com

       

    Of course, our readers profited greatly. Investors who panicked out these stocks in May took heavy losses. The difference between the winners and losers was very simple -- our readers stuck with us and trusted in our Methodology. They were given the research and encouragement to buy into the panic, while most investors were running for cover.

    I know the feeling... I used to be one of them.

    Thankfully, with the help of some real Wall Street mentors, along with the publicly-available lessons of Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham (Buffett's mentor), and Peter Lynch (arguably the most famous mutual fund manager of all-time), I was able to transform my investment results (and my life). Now, I want the same for everyone who started with nothing.

    It's not genius. It's just education (the right education, which most of us never even get offered). Using that education and the PTT budget (funded by subscriber revenues), I hire the best industry experts that money can buy.

    Industry experts don't know how to pick stocks and I don't have their industry expertise. But together, they provide me with the information and insight needed to pick stocks like the legends do. Then, we share our lessons, guidance, and stock picks with investors like you.

    Leave the scams and losses behind. Join us today.

    Click here to visit the PTT Research store

    Stocks: GLUU, PXLW, AERO
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  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » It's a great day to be a PTT Research reader. Congrats to all you GLUU and PXLW shareholders!

     

    Be sure to subscribe and read this week's edition of PTT Pipeline and the PTT Newsletter to get our latest data and find out where we think these stocks are going next.

     

    Cheers!
    9 Jul, 06:52 PM Reply Like
  • lolwhat
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    Mark I've been reading your articles for a while, and tracking your picks to see if you are the real deal, and I am pleasantly surprised.

     

    Despite my conviction never to pay for research (such services tend to be pump and dump schemes), I may have to make an exception for PTT research.

     

    Godspeed sir.
    9 Jul, 07:09 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » I would love to have you, but be sure to read all of the free educational content at PoisedToTriple before you do. I want to make sure that every customer gets their money's worth. A successful customer is a long-term customer. A big part of that is reading my "Methodology" at PoisedToTriple.com.

     

    Godspeed to you as well,

     

    Mark Gomes
    9 Jul, 07:13 PM Reply Like
  • draland
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    Quick ?
    I'm confused at this point with the RISK/REWARD profile of PXLW........

     

    I'd say, $22 is the spot (and that's probably just the start)something like another stock I'm looking at (GTAT).

     

    I don't really think $9/pps does this stock (PXLW) justice.

     

    Thoughts, sentiment, etc, etc.
    9 Jul, 07:24 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » Dra,

     

    I'll address your question in the PTT Members Forum.

     

    Cheers and congrats on your day!

     

    Mark
    9 Jul, 07:29 PM Reply Like
  • Derek A. Barrett
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    LOL I put in a limit order for GLUU in May based on your site, as a test, but it never filled, so missed out on all the gainz

     

    Keep up the good work
    9 Jul, 08:34 PM Reply Like
  • tromur
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    It actually went lower in June after stock offering. When stock never reached 3.50 like I was hoping I filled an order at 3.74. I've missed some rides up myself trying to get a lower price. I missed one by a penny and the next day the stock went up over 10%.
    10 Jul, 09:11 PM Reply Like
  • thestockbroker
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    Welcome back Mr Gomes, have missed your missives for the last 2-3 weeks, I think I figured out why you weren't posting and if I'm correct I understand 100%. It seems you've taken much heat and grief since the DLIA "fiasco" and then more when HIMX got whacked. Anyhow it seemed when you were away many of the children became totally ADHD and started making accusations and snarky comments. I would like to ask you to expound on TIPT, I am totally baffled, I have done many hours of DD and see nothing to explain or even hint at the abuse it's gotten since the inclusion to the Russell, not even the buy the rumor sell the news adage works there. Thanks so much and welcome back sir.
    10 Jul, 12:59 AM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » Broker,

     

    As always, you're a balanced source of complements and derision ;) Here's my balance of mea culpas and counter-arguments.

     

    Yes, DLIA has been a poor call on my part. It was far too early to call a turnaround for a company in a troubled industry. We'll see where it goes from here.

     

    As for HIMX, my readers know that my Methodology at PoisedToTriple.com is required reading... and the rules clearly said to sell $10.32. My portfolio tracker (http://bit.ly/14zls2d) also locked HIMX in at that price. All someone had to do was look.

     

    As I state on my site, my strength is not trading or options, but in medium-term (1-3 year) research. Anyone who owned HIMX past $10 taunted me when it went to $16... and then chastised me when it went to $6. That's ok though. They can blame me for not doing their due dilly on how my picks work before buying them. I'm used to it. ;)

     

    For the record, I insist on reading my Methodology so incessantly that some of my ardent customers complain, so where's the balance between trying to educate and not becoming a broken record? IMHO, nobody should need to be hounded to do their own due dilly. I'm sure you agree :)

     

    As for TIPT, that is still a mystery I'm committed to resolving.

     

    In the meantime, my readers where treated to massive recent gains on GLUU, PXLW, AERO. Speaking of which, thanks for offering kudos for being right about GLUU's post-secondary fate ;)

     

    Of course, my response to you is all in good humor. I will NEVER be right 100% of the time, nor do I ever know when I'll be wrong (if I did, I'd always be right). Thus, I've become very comfortable with hearing about my bad calls. The more calls I make, the more bad calls there will be to criticize. That's life in the fast lane.

     

    All that matters is my COMPLETE track record, which shows that my 50/50 (win big 50% of the time / lose little 50% of the time) strategy works. http://bit.ly/14zls2d

     

    My customer base and renewal rates tell me all I need to know :)

     

    Hope You Enjoyed Your Vaca & Kindest Regards,

     

    Mark G.

     

    p.s. Shameless plug -- We have picks that have only been made public to paying members at PTTResearch.com !
    10 Jul, 09:30 AM Reply Like
  • thestockbroker
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    Humor is always a welcome and necessary trait, I am actually going to subscribe in 2 weeks, I'm in the process of packing up a house we've lived in for 23 years in order to move to Las Vegas on 7/22, I know I won't have the time needed to subscribe now and due the DD required to make the commitment of capital, thus in just over 2 weeks I will be amongst the chosen few who can proudly state "I'm a "member" of the PTT family" thus having immediate street cred. If you can hold any earth moving new ideas til 7/23 would be greatly appreciated.
    10 Jul, 01:01 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » I'll do that, just for you ;)

     

    Good luck on the move. Cheers.
    10 Jul, 01:57 PM Reply Like
  • lolwhat
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    Why were you tossing your couch around on new years day though?
    10 Jul, 12:35 PM Reply Like
  • lolwhat
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    Also it is a bit misleading to mention Jim Cramer like that. Cramer benefits from Pipeline Data LLC, not PTT research. And my understanding is that Pipeline Data is only circulated to institutions, not individuals.

     

    I, for one, think that creates an opportunity for a conflict of interest.

     

    Care to address these points?

     

    Thanks.
    10 Jul, 12:41 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » LOLWhat,

     

    Very good and valid question. To clarify, Pipeline Data has effectively been merged into PTT Research, so PTT readers do indeed benefit from Pipeline Data's insights.

     

    Keeping the playing field level for individuals is my #1 interest, because I HATE what the sell-side, HFT, dark pools, etc. do to Main Street investors. Thus, while we still accept buy-side business, they still need to pay Pipeline's institutional fee for access to our research and/or services.

     

    I can tell you that this strategy has worked VERY well. Our individual business quickly became larger than my institutional business ever was, thus justifying the decision to cater to Main Street. Thus, we want to nurture that base. The last thing we want to do is bite the hands that feed us best.

     

    Hope that helps!

     

    Kindest Regards,

     

    Mark G.
    10 Jul, 01:56 PM Reply Like
  • Stanford Chemist
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    Mark,

     

    Thank you for all your great work. I'm sorry to be a cynic I hope you could take the following question that is asked respectfully. If the institutional investors are also part of PTT, what's to stop them from frontrunning your picks literally the second that they are released to your subscribers? I know that this is an issue for analysts of any kind, but given both your success and your mandate to help individual investors, I wonder what your view would be on this.

     

    Thanks again for your time and attention.
    10 Jul, 07:38 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » Stanford,

     

    That's not cynical at all -- it's an excellent due diligence question. Here's your answer:

     

    Some individuals do try to front-run. However, after encountering this at the onset of our service, we created a proprietary system that has actually made it unprofitable to do so (the most recent cases have proven VERY unprofitable). We're pretty hardcore about protecting our business / customers and can afford elaborate means of keeping things fair for everyone.

     

    In fact, our last few picks have all been very obtainable near our initial price.

     

    FYI, most institutions pay a consulting fee to speak with me (after the picks are released, of course). Thus, I get a first-hand look at how they operate. Most notably, they don't rush into investments. They double-check my work and may not buy a single share for days (or weeks) after I initiate coverage.

     

    We encourage all investors to at least read our reports start-to-finish before buying a share, but the institutions take much longer (which of course benefits our Main Street subscribers when they finally do step in).

     

    Kindest Regards,

     

    Mark G.
    10 Jul, 10:58 PM Reply Like
  • Stanford Chemist
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    Thanks Mark. All the best to you.
    11 Jul, 06:49 AM Reply Like
  • tromur
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    Comments (38) | Send Message
     
    Why do you often put what the annualized return is? Seems counter to your methodology to pick good months and annualize the ROI. If we pick a bad month like April, your stocks would have a loss of maybe 800% annualized (I didn't actually do the math). Some days/months are great, others are not. It is staying in a good stock for the long haul (few months or few years at most) that makes average returns like 40% annually possible. Listing the annulized ROI seems pointless. Just my thoughts. Thanks for all your work.
    10 Jul, 11:20 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » Tromur, I actually agree with you!

     

    However, some people like to see the math, so we provide it. Of course, it's also good for attracting attention, to be perfectly honest. We had a good discussion about this with our subscribers in PTT's Member Forum. In the end, most (but not all) agreed that it causes no harm as long as the intent is benevolent.

     

    Thanks for the feedback,

     

    Mark G.
    10 Jul, 11:42 PM Reply Like
  • Bartleby
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    Comments (26) | Send Message
     
    Mark, I don't quite understand what drives the performance difference between Investor #1 (free) and Investor #2 (paying). It seems like it's just a matter of timing the entry so Investor #2 gets in at a lower price. But I don't know how you calculated the 18% differential in performance that favors Investor #2? I'm assuming you accounted for the few adverse occasions where the free investor is actually notified of a stock pick at a better price than the paying investor (for example; with DLIA).

     

    If, in the future, PTT decides not to publicly anounce picks in the red and then they go on to be closed out for a loss, this also favors the free investor. (Since in these cases, the free investor was never informed of the losing pick, and thus his portfolio performance improves by default.)

     

    In either case, an accurate performance comparison between Investor #1 and Investor #2 is problematic.
    11 Jul, 05:38 AM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » Bartleby,

     

    Great questions and points of discussion. To answer your question, Investor 1 is presumed to double their money every three years with our free picks, while Investor 2 triples theirs every three years.

     

    Our goal is to do anything it takes to ensure this added value for paying members, even if we have to completely stop providing our picks to the public (which would only be a last resort in my book).

     

    It should be noted that offering our picks for free is no longer required to drive business (our marketing department is headed by nationally recognized digital marketing experts), but I WANT to help people achieve financial independence, as I was helped from poverty by my mentors.

     

    As for your point about declining picks, you are correct... but that only works over time if most of our picks are losers, in which case, we'd be out of business ;)

     

    Let me put it this way -- I've been selling stock research for over 20 years. I've learned virtually every means of doing so. We can generate revenue a dozen different ways, but WANT to do it this way, so EVERYBODY wins.

     

    In the end, all that matters is our annual performance (which will always include losers, but far more winners... the total result has been stellar and well documented for the past 5 years to individual investors and 10 years to institutions).

     

    My job is to keep that going and I'm 100% confident I will. After all, with each passing year we ALL gain more wisdom. For me, that made last year arguably my best to date. That's exactly how I should be when one continues to work hard to improve.

     

    The best news of all -- this principle applies to all people; all investors :)

     

    Kindest Regards,

     

    Mark G.
    11 Jul, 08:26 AM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » Loving the questions. It's great to see investors doing their due diligence and submitting astute inquiries. This is exactly the process by which winning stocks are found. Cheers!
    11 Jul, 08:29 AM Reply Like
  • ldpeters
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    Mark,
    Love your commentary and I've been following your picks for a few months now. I have my concerns as I'm sure most people would when first looking into a small research company, but your history speaks for itself. For now, I can only follow as a non paying subscriber. I'm a college student and can't necessarily afford the paying subscription; however, it could pay for itself quickly many times over, and that would make it a good investment.
    What would be your recommendation for the best value (monthly/yearly/lifeti...
    Thanks
    13 Jul, 11:40 AM Reply Like
  • Purepofit
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    Mark:

     

    I have enjoyed reading your analysis on GTAT and your through work on that stock and I was contemplating subscribing to your service, now it seems that you are on to other ponies ....seems strange that you are not mentioning it at all now? What's up with that? The stock is cratering as we speak due to rumors that the iPhone 6 will start out with Gorilla glass and that GTAT has an inefficient production line....have you abandoned your predictions of a price point in the 100's?
    29 Jul, 06:01 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » Pure,

     

    GTAT is a Matt Margolis pick (another PTT Research Senior Analyst).

     

    That being said, each PTT analyst provides the most value (updates, Q&A, etc.) to our paying subscribers. Their dues fund our research efforts and access to expert contacts (which is the secret behind our exceptional picks). I hope you'll join them and see how much value we really provide!

     

    Cheers,

     

    Mark G.
    30 Jul, 05:19 PM Reply Like
  • mzak22
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    Guys, everyone needs to relax...and stop trying to get something with significant value for free. Marc ain't gonna tell you what to buy/sell on this forum.

     

    I bought into his service a year ago and will continue it. It has been valuable and yes-if you stick by his picks, you will make a significant amount of money.

     

    Marc has a "live chat" option on his website where quick questions can be answered for paying subscribers. If you want an answer to the questions you are posting on here..."pony" up the $2,000 and ask on the subscription site.

     

    No need to kiss any tail here...its a fact, you will make many times the $2K you pay on the subscription...if you follow his picks and stick by them.
    30 Jul, 07:21 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » I thought I'd share an excerpt from my response to a reader. It might help everyone better-understand how I do what I do.
    ______________________

     

    "I absolutely 100% want to make sure that free readers get value from my picks. I can't tell you what % of our 1,000+ paying members paid for their membership with gains from my picks, but the over/under is likely north of 80%. It's our lifeblood.

     

    The main issue I encounter is that some people can't (or won't) believe that I'm willing to help people for free without actually seeking to screw them, somehow (see above -- along with my track record -- for why that makes little sense in my case). http://bit.ly/14zls2d This is why I put my entire life, performance tracker, and (most importantly), Methodology on display, all for free. I WANT people to investigate me, because 1) I'm confident in the result and 2) I DON'T want customers who don't do their homework (it inevitably leads to headaches for yours truly).

     

    However, no matter how much I tell people to read my Methodology or avoid my picks, there's a large % of readers who don't read it, but still play my picks. Those who do know when to act on my articles and when not to. I don't time my articles, but my Methodology is VERY clear on how to buy/sell/hold my picks. Paying members simply get greater support in this regard (along with earlier access to my new picks, of course).

     

    Bottom Line: Because stocks rise over time and winning companies/stocks are plentiful, there's room for everyone to win. Free readers can win. Paying members can win big. Premium members can win the most. I win when everyone else wins, because they graduate to increasingly premium levels of service. I just have to do my job and pick great stocks... and readers just have to read and adhere to my Methodology.

     

    Those who don't are the only ones exposed to real losses, because (at the risk of sounding arrogant), my Methodology works -- I've earned close to 40% annually going back to 1996 with the tax returns and a successful Institutional career (retired in 2008, at 37) to prove it :) The Methodology was meticulous developed over the course of 20 years to protect me from my inherent (and numerous) weaknesses as an investor. It incorporates the best lessons from the best investors I've ever known / known of.

     

    Further, my picks are only made with the assistance of the best industry experts money can buy (I utilize a 6-figure research budget to consult with said experts on any pick I make). For example, my ENTIRE thesis on PXLW was developed via conversations with display-processing and video industry gurus (about $40,000 of research).

     

    In other words, I am NOT a stock guru. I am simply a guy following the instructions of great investors with the utilization of the industries' top experts. Quite honestly, ANYONE with a good background in finance can replicate what I do / have done."
    6 Aug, 06:55 PM Reply Like
  • Mark Gomes
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    Author’s reply » Flynn,

     

    PLXW tripled when it hit $9.72, so based on the rules of the Methodology (available for free here: http://bit.ly/14oT7sj) it graduated from our portfolio.

     

    I may choose to comment on it in the future, but will most likely do that on a customer-only basis, since their dues are funding our research efforts. I hope you can understand. I dislike disappointing anyone, but I have obligations to the PTT Research partners and customers.

     

    Kindest Regards,

     

    Mark G.
    6 Aug, 07:20 PM Reply Like
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