In the past few days, I’ve been showing you what it takes to accomplish each of these “impossible” investment feats:
To multiply your wealth by seven times in less than ten years.
To avoid all or most of the downside risk.
To enjoy consistent results year after year, through good times and bad.
Plus, with the extra confidence that these feats provide, to use some leverage and multiply those seven-fold gains by at least four times, giving you 28x growth — or more.
It’s all part of “Project 2015” — my company-wide effort to constantly improve your wealth-building results.
My instructions to the team: Help me create one of the world’s most effective, most comprehensive systems — not only for buying the right investments, but also for buying and selling them at the right time.
And now, thanks to Project 2015, I am about to make one of the most exciting announcements I have ever had the privilege to make!
My team and I are now in the final stages of creating and updating tools that make that kind of superlative performance I mentioned above very possible:
Preliminary testing shows that we may have discovered an approach with the power to multiply your money by at least 28 times, or even more.
It’s beginning to look as though we have uncovered what could be the single greatest revolution in the art and science of stock market investing of my lifetime!
And so, with these goals in mind, I showed you how to determine what to buy or sell last Wednesday.
Then, on Friday, I showed you how we’re finding “the sweet spot” to determine when to buy and sell.
And today, I’m going to name a stock that I have ranked as the #1 stock in the world, holding the very top position at the pinnacle of our Weiss Stock Ratings.
But first, let me give you some real-time examples of the kinds of gains that are possible, including investments that could have handed you …
Gains of 469%, 565% and
More in Less Than Two Months!
Two months ago, I bought shares in a company that met all of the extremely rigorous criteria I have described to you in my previous two articles.
It had the growth profile of an innovative high-tech company AND, at the same time, the balance sheet and stability of a strong, mature blue chip.
It was unusually undervalued.
It ranked near the pinnacle of my Weiss Stock Ratings.
And all our short-term timing indicators confirmed it was time to buy.
Sure enough, even as the rest of the market declined, it was up 7 percent in 23 days and I was very satisfied. At that rate, I figure it could easily double within a year, and I am very patient. I will give it the time it needs to really flourish. But …
What if I wanted to accelerate the pace of the gains? Well, then I could have used some leverage with limited risk and seen a 469 percent gain in the same stock in just 28 days.
Around the same time as I bought this innovative high-tech company with the balance sheet of a mature blue chip, I also bought a company devoted to resort and hotel real estate.
It was also near the very pinnacle of our rankings. It also passed, with flying colors, all of our rigorous tests — and more.
Within 39 days, it sported an 11 percent gain and I was patient and very satisfied with the results. But again, I ask:
What if I was NOT that patient and wanted faster results?
Answer: I could have seen a gain of 565 percent in 15 days.
And yet, hard as it may be to believe, neither of these extremely high quality, well-timed stocks was my very first choice. That stock was …
AmTrust Financial Services, Which
I Ranked as THE #1 in the Market!
This stock rose to the very pinnacle of all my ratings, the coveted #1 spot among the 12,000-plus that my ratings review each day.
And yet, it wasn’t even on the radar screen of most analysts.
In fact, one pundit even tried very strenuously to poke holes in my recommendation. He said I was hyping the company with no basis (far from the truth).
He said that the company was an extended-warranty insurance company that sometimes overcharges consumers (the same thing I had clearly disclosed in my own write-up of the company).
And he essentially sent the message that investors should not follow my recommendation. Too bad for them if they agreed.
I knew it was the best stock at the time. So I didn’t pay attention to the pundits. I just bought the stock (after giving my subscribers the opportunity to buy it first.)
On September 22, I invested about $4,000 from my own account, paying $38.79 per share. By October 28, each share was worth $50.55, up 30.8 percent. So I sold half my shares and bagged the 30.8 percent gain, net of commissions.
And last I checked, the stock was still trading near that level.
I am delighted. This is a stock that not only went straight up from the very first day, but continued to do so throughout the entire September-October market correction. As the rest of the market was sinking day by day, this stock marched up, up and up.
Why? For the answer, let me just give you the same information I gave my readers on September 23. I quote …
“This stock, like the other two, merits a Weiss Stock Rating of A+ AND among all of our A+ companies, it has the #1 top-ranked Weiss Performance Index. You can’t do any better than that.
“You see, AFSI sits in a very, very unique spot. It’s top among its publicly traded peers in its industry — property-and-casualty insurance. But its shares are greatly undervalued relative to those peers.
“Why the big disconnect? I’ll explain the reasons in a moment. First, let me give you a quick rundown of its two main business segments:
“1. Small Commercial Business is AFSI’s largest — producing over 42 percent of the company’s top-line revenues.
“Let’s say, for example, that you’re one of AFSI’s customers — you run a small company with eight to 10 employees. You need workers comp coverage for the times when your people can’t come to work.
“But with such a small company, you also have a very strong incentive to get them back on the job as quickly as possible. Well, that’s what your insurance company, AFSI, wants too. It lowers their cost. And it boosts their profit margins.
“How’s it panning out? Excellent: Sales grew by 57 percent in the most recent quarter, after growing by 59 percent in the previous year. Meanwhile, net earned premiums doubled from the previous year to $386 million.
“2. Specialty Risk and Extended Warranty. You know how this goes: You close the deal on a new car. You buy almost any kind of appliance or electronic doo-dad. And what does the sales person ask you before you write the check or swipe your card? It’s invariably ‘Don’t you want an extended warranty?’
“I don’t know about you, but I almost always say ‘no.’ I figure if something’s going to go wrong, it won’t be covered; and if it’s covered, it won’t go wrong.
“But, alas, millions of consumers routinely say ‘yes,’ and that’s where companies like AFSI step in to provide the coverage — with relatively low risk and excellent profit margins.
“AFSI, though, rises head and shoulders above the ordinary in this sector … because it favors safety. It will only cover products of larger manufacturers, the likes of General Motors or Microsoft, which meet its strict underwriting criterion.
“And that’s also a key reason why the numbers don’t disappoint: The division comprises about 40 percent of revenue and has grown by 79 percent year over year in the last quarter, after growing some 59 percent in 2013. Net earned premiums? Up 54.5 percent!
“But the company isn’t stopping with just top-line growth; it knows that it needs more of that growth to filter down to the bottom line.
“So it’s growing its profit margins through economies of scale. You see, more volume of underwriting business doesn’t necessarily require a proportional increase in staffing, rent, or electric bills. It can handle a lot of the bigger volume with nearly the same costs, thanks, in large measure, to their proprietary processing technology.
“I won’t bore you with the details. Suffice it to say that it’s working: Net profit margins at 10.7 percent, compared with an average 7.8 percent among everyone else in its peer group.
“And the flipside of that number — its expense ratio at just 22.5 percent — is a lot lower than that of its peers.
“Most importantly, none of this is just a short-term, on-again-off-again phenomenon. To make it up to the top of our charts, every company has to have these kinds of strengths firmly in place over long periods of time.”
That’s what I wrote two months ago. And for the most part, it continues to be true today.
My Weiss Stock Ratings and the tools I’ve told you about here today are not perfect. Even with the best tools in the world, there are still going to be misses.
But with 30 percent-plus gains in the stock, imagine what you could have made with some limited-risk leverage — the same kind of leverage that could have converted 11 percent gains into over 500 percent gains.
And imagine how much you could grow your wealth if you could do this with a reasonable amount of consistency trade after trade.
If you could multiply your money seven times even without the leverage, I think it’s reasonable to aim for four times more (28x growth overall) with the leverage.
If this intrigues you, stand by for my fourth and final article in this series, which introduces you to the precise instruments and methodology that has the power to make that kind of rapid growth very possible.
I will release our findings to our 400,000 readers and the rest of the investment world soon.
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Good luck and God bless!