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Personal Finance is the twice-a-month, 12-page investment newsletter that’s about to change your life. It's our flagship publication here at Investing Daily, and here’s why...
At Personal Finance, our mission is to uncover profitable, low-risk investments that many investors have never even heard of—and to bring them to you twice a month.
So while most stock buyers spend their entire lives investing in stocks and NEVER buy into a Wal-Mart, a Google or an Apple BEFORE it makes its big run… investors who’ve been with Personal Finance have gotten in on millionaire-maker stocks like these early enough to make jaw-dropping gains:
- 3,091% on Southern California Edison
- 2,553% on Southern Co
- 1,059% on Carolina Power & Light
- 942% on Public Service Enterprise
- 1,444% on Dominion Resources
- 1,176% on Weingarten Realty
- 935% on IBM
- 629% on Ennis Business Forms
- 2,978% on United Technologies
- 3,694% on Citicorp
- 1,207% on Bayer
- 1,287% on Oshkosh B’Gosh
- 2,258% on Family Dollar Stores
- 1,311% on Tootsie Roll Industries
- 1,956% on Unilever
- 10,971% on Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank
- 2,337% on Swire Pacific
- 1,894% on Volvo
- and 22,559% on Ericsson!
Consider this: If you’d invested $10,000 in Ericsson when we recommended it, you could have seen it grow into $2,255,900. Over $2.2 million—from just $10,000!
33,000 Millionaires Can’t Be Wrong
That’s just one of the reasons Personal Finance is the newsletter of choice for 33,000+ millionaires. And that number doesn’t even include the super-rich investors in our ranks who are too private to reveal their net worth.
They know that Personal Finance is their one-stop shop telling them everything they need to know to protect and grow their wealth.
Check out the impressive returns in our current portfolio.
In the last 12 months, our readers bagged:
133%—Air Travel Company
44.8%—Communications Technology Company
68.9%—Diversified Energy Company
Again, that's just in one year.
We love it when our stock picks shoot up fast. Who doesn't? But we make our biggest gains in safe, long-term buys. Right now the Personal Finance portfolio is brimming with stocks that have rewarded our readers with gains of 682 %... 1,809%... 319%... 879%... 673%—all with plenty of room to grow.
What you see above is just a small sample. There are many more, including...
212% in credit cards
1603% in oil
132% in offshore drilling
673% in electric utilities
725% in pharmaceuticals
169% in real estate
102% in railroads
180% in gas pipelines... and many more.
In all, 95% of the positions in the Personal Finance portfolio are up. And some of these stocks throw off surprisingly generous dividends, such as the 12.1%-yielding telecom we bought recently.
In fact, we've got a crop of dividends, too.
5.0%... 5.7%... 6.2%... 6.5%... 6.6%... and 12.4%.
We have dozens more just like these.
Big, Safe, Reliable Income to Boot
Investing with Personal Finance is also a good way to increase your cash-on-hand, disposable income by 20%, 40%—even 50% each year.
That's like getting a raise without lifting a finger—a bonus you can spend or reinvest however you like.
We don't operate like other financial advisors. We never have.
One reason is because Personal Finance isn't part of the mainstream financial media. It's run by a team of investment specialists with decades of experience in stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies.
So every recommendation in Personal Finance comes from someone who has personally created his own investment wealth—not from a blowhard media pundit.
Our small army of researchers spends day after day reading annual reports... calling CEOs... scouring trade publications... flying to conferences... digging up SEC filings—it never stops.
Why do they work so hard? Because they have to.
Unlike so many Wall Street analysts, Personal Finance has no business relationship or "side deals" with the companies we cover. Our entire business is built on making money for our readers—and they only stay with us if they profit.
Judging by our record number of subscribers, they're profiting plenty.
At Personal Finance, you'll also get an unrelenting focus on safety. We never forget the first rule of making money: don't lose it!
Of course, like any investor, we take some hits. But because our style tends to get us into pockets of the market that are already out of favor, we rarely get hit as hard as other investors when the market heads south.
For example, our Personal Finance portfolio lost just 14.4% in the vicious bear market of 2008. That was only about a third as much as the market, which crashed 37.2%.
Over the years, this ability to avoid the market's perennial land mines has served our readers exceedingly well. From January 1st, 2000, through the end of 2012, Personal Finance's recommended portfolio gained 115.9%, versus just 23.9% for the S&P 500.
In other words, during a historically troubled 13 years—which include the tech bubble, the 9/11 attacks and the worst economic meltdown since 1929—we DOUBLED our investors' money... while the market failed to keep pace with inflation, which rose 36.4%.
This combination of growth, income and safety has been our secret to success over the last 40 years. And you can put it to work for you today with this special offer.
How to Start Profiting Today
This unique newsletter is your formula for knowing what others don’t … for taking action when others doubt … for earning returns others envy.
We pack those 12 pages with information. No fluff, just objective analysis and recommendations. The Personal Finance team (all experts in their specific fields) help you look beyond the headlines, so instead of reacting, you can take smart action. You’ll discover insights like:
- How to profit when the next market bubble bursts. This industry has been riding the government gravy train. When the train goes off the tracks, you’ll be ready to pounce.
- The new Nifty 50 for a weak economy. Back in the 1970s, a famous group of 50 large-cap stocks defied the down market. Now there’s a new Nifty 50 for today’s struggling economy—and you need to know them.
- Best bets in utilities. An overpriced sector? Maybe so—but then, Personal Finance doesn’t advise buying the sector. We suggest specific stocks and give you our reasoning behind them.
Plus three portfolios to for every investing goal…
- Growth Portfolio. Our top recommended actions for long-term capital appreciation. With news, updates, and analysis of hot topics—such as the silver lining in Europe’s cloudy economy. (Hint: exports and tourism.)
- Income Portfolio. For when you need to pay bills and want to enjoy life, while preserving wealth. Recently we recommended selling a particular REIT and taking a small profit even though we loved its high yield. Why? Because the company changed its underlying business model. Many investors didn’t know about it; our readers did.
- Fund Portfolio. Want both capital appreciation and current income? Feel more comfortable with funds than with individual stocks? Personal Finance has you covered here as well.
Plus Marketwatch, a quick review of the past two weeks … upcoming events you may wish to attend … reviews of insightful articles … Portfolio Spotlight on a stock worth noting … and issues that can impact your returns (example: environmental concerns about coal).
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I hope you’ll seize this opportunity to join the thousands of investors who take advantage of Personal Finance to build wealth faster than they ever expected. Shouldn’t you be one of them?
Yours in Profits,
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