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  • cody 12:39 pm on December 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    14 Stocks That Should Double in 2011 (and 6 That Should Collapse) 

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    Fourteen underestimated stocks positioned for huge growth for the next couple years.  Six stocks with rich valuations and economic shifts catalyzing collapse and much lower prices in 2011 and beyond.

    Let’s cut to the chase — you need great stocks to buy and you need crappy stocks to short.  I’ve spent the last fifteen years analyzing markets, economics and individual stocks, pinpointing companies like Apple and Google and F5 and many others long before they became darlings of Wall Street.   I launched a tech hedge fund on October 1, 2002, just ten days before the markets bottomed with the Nasdaq down 75% from its year 2000 highs.  I closed my hedge fund on national TV, warning of impending market and hedge fund industry collapse, just as the markets were hitting all time highs in 2007.

    In 14 Stocks that Should Double in 2011 (and 6 that Should Collapse), I’ve compiled an entire portfolio full of long and short trading ideas into a report with full balance sheet data and complete analysis of each position.  I explain why I’d be in each trade, both the long positions and the short positions with lots of price targets and stop loss levels.

    Buy the report today for $39 then login and read the full 25 page report on the best 20 trades for 2011.

    And also be sure to check out our other stock reports — 50 Stocks for the App Revolution and Ten More Undiscovered App Stocks.

    Revolution Investing: Stocks for 2011

    Revolution Investing’s Cody Willard tells Simon Constable he has 14 stocks to consider owning that could double in value, plus six stocks to either avoid or use to hedge.

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  • cody 11:42 am on December 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    The 20 stocks that will save you in 2011 

    Buy the report today for $39 then login and read the full 25 page report on the best 20 trades for 2011.

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    How best to position ourselves for the strange new political and social systems we’re living in as a result of having nationalized most of our entire auto industry (Chrysler and General Motors) in the last three or four years? How about how to best position ourselves now that more than half of all the mortgages in the country (those held by FNM and FRE) have been nationalized?

    How do we set ourselves up for the long-term pain that will certainly result from the new paradigm that the Fed enacted since the Bush/Paulson/Obama/Bernanke regime moved this country’s bank welfare system beyond the idea of simply offering below-inflation rate loans to the banks, but now continues to find explicit means of redistributing private wealth to the government-sponsored banking system?

    How best to protect ourselves from the long-term ramifications and expenses of funding several fronts of war without having actually officially declared war against anybody? How best to protect ourselves from the trillions of dollars of new welfare programs for the insurance and pharma and hospital industries that Obama just added to the trillions of dollars of existing welfare we were giving them from the Bush/Clinton/Bush/Reagan programs for the insurance and pharma and hospital industries?

    You have to be long the best companies, the ones that are driving new markets and creating revolutions for themselves and their customers.   And you have to short the worst stocks in the worst sectors and make sure you’re set up to profit from inflation and the end of the quantitative easing before it ends.

    Buy the report today for $39 then login and read the full 25 page report on the best 20 trades for 2011.

    To purchase, press Buy Now. For credit or debit card payment, click on “Pay using your credit or debit card” in the last line on the next page. Any problems or questions, please call us at (858) 483-4951 or email us at gettherevolution1@gmail.com.