Catch the Next 10-Baggers on a Bull Run Like This

By Bob Creed As investors, we are always looking for that next big return. We are trying our best to turn a small investment into a fortune… a home run that turns a $10,000 investment into $110,000, if not more. We call these “10-baggers.” The term 10-bagger was originally coined by Peter Lynch, the greatest mutual fund manager of all time. It is an investment that appreciates to 10 times its initial purchase price. And if you’re looking for a stock that has already achieved 10-bagger status, take a look at the chart above. As you can see, NVIDIA (Nasdaq: NVDA) has handed investors a 6,822.45% return since its IPO in January of 1999. That would have turned a $10,000 investment into $692,245. That’s not just a home run, it’s a grand slam. So how can you find the next NVIDIA? By looking for the key characteristics that 10-baggers are … Continue reading

KER Politics – Sat 29 Apr, 2017

By Cory Tax Reform and Political Decision Making Download audio file (0429-Politics-Full-Hour.mp3) Politics Segment 1 & 2: Dr Frieda Bernbaum discusses the importance of considering all views and keeping anger and hatred out of decision making. Politics Segment 3 & 4: We discuss the recent tax proposal with Joe Kennedy a Senior Fellow at The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. Download audio file (0429-Politics-1.mp3) Download audio file (0429-Politics-2.mp3) Download audio file (0429-Politics-3.mp3) Download audio file (0429-Politics-4.mp3) …read more Source:: The Korelin Economics Report The post KER Politics – Sat 29 Apr, 2017 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Weekend Show – Sat 29 Apr, 2017

By Cory Investors Again Favoring Risk On Assets Download audio file (0429-KE-Report-Weekend-Show.mp3) This week started off with a bag. the US markets gaped up along with a major gap down in volatility (Dana Lyons has some comments in segment 3). Investors continue to shine a very positive light on risk assets which in turn made gold and other risk off assets sell off. This general concept is discussed along with Trump’s tax plan and a couple important company updates, one from Mariana Resources on the sale to Sandstorm Gold. The first hour is dedicated to the US economy and recent data released over the week. In the second hour Sean Brodrick and company updates provide insights into the state of the gold market. Thank you everyone for tuning in this weekend. Please feel free to email me with any companies, topics, or guest that you would like to see on … Continue reading

The Morgan Report’s Weekly Perspective with David Morgan

By David Morgan The Morgan Report’s Weekly Perspective | The Morgan Report’s Weekly Perspective is our free e-newsletter. Our free e-newsletter will keep YOU in the top 3% of the Informed, the Awake, and the Aware. Join our Free weekly e-letter… I’ve Been Helping My Subscribers Weather the Current Economic Mess. Now I Invite You to Join My Growing Circle of Successful Investors. The Morgan Report is all about YOU and how you can build and preserve Wealth for generations to come. We know it can sometimes seem a daunting task to protect your assets and preserve or grow your wealth. Over 15 years ago, a small group of us started The Morgan Report and formed an exclusive membership organization to promote personal freedom, an honest money system, free market wealth accumulation and asset protection. Thus was born The Morgan Report – since then we’ve helped 11,000-plus members scattered … Continue reading

The Long, Withdrawing Roar of American Capitalism

By Brian Maher This post The Long, Withdrawing Roar of American Capitalism appeared first on Daily Reckoning. “The Fed’s remedies are likely to lead straight to the kind of depression the Fed set out to avoid in the first place.” So warned Jim Rickards in his 2011 runaway best-seller, Currency Wars. In fact, Jim argued the “new Depression” had already begun. The official commentariat ridiculed Jim at the time. After all, the economy had just recovered from a technical recession in 2009. And it was in technical expansion by 2011, courtesy of the Fed’s heroic fling at the printing press. But Jim maintained mainstream analysts failed to understand the meaning of “depression.” They changed the goalposts in the 1960s. Under the new rules, depressions were bugaboos of the past. Monetary “fine-tuning” and other modern refinements carried the day But was Jim right all along? Is the American economy locked in … Continue reading

Ludwig von Mises’ Century of Validation

By MN Gordon Seeing the Light It has been said that “the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” No one quite knows who first uttered this remark; it has been attributed to Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, Benjamin Franklin, and has even been said to be an Ancient Chinese Proverb. What is known is that this cliché has been repeated over and over again so often that its mere mention substantiates its own definition. Several of the ladies and gentlemen above wanted to let us know that they’re merely eccentric, and if they want to do things all over again and again and again, we should let them… Nonetheless, we repeat it again because it’s particularly fitting to today’s deliberations. Here we begin with a look back to the past in search of edification. For the miscalculations of the past continue … Continue reading

Is This Earnings Beat a Comeback for Chipotle Stock?

By Samuel Taube Do you still eat at Chipotle (NYSE: CMG)? Consumers tend to have one of two opinions on the chain after the foodborne illness scandals of last year. Some people say that the fast-casual Mexican grill is dead to them. They insist they’d never risk a brush with E. coli for a burrito. Others say that the food is too good to pass up over a couple of isolated sanitary incidents. To be honest, I’m in the latter camp. Call me reckless… I just can’t say no to those carnitas. You can see the division between former and ongoing consumers in a graph of Chipotle stock. The chain still has lots of loyalists like me, and we’ve given it some small sales upticks throughout the last year. Now, after this week’s earnings beat, investors are betting that there are more Chipotle loyalists out there than there are naysayers. … Continue reading

Iron ore price rebounds

By analyst By Frik Els The Northern China import price of 62% Fe content ore enjoyed another day of solid gains on Friday to trade up 2.1% at $68.00 per dry metric tonne according to data supplied by The Steel Index. Higher grade iron ore with 65% iron ore content topped $80 a tonne for the first time in two weeks. Iron ore has recovered 10.6% in value since hitting five-month lows earlier this month and the steelmaking raw material is still trading in positive territory compared to this time last year. The recovery comes on the back of higher steel prices in China which consumes nearly three-quarters of the world’s seaborne ore. Iron ore’s fightback comes despite dire predictions for the price outlook. In a report released this week BMI Research forecasts prices are entering a multi-year slump, averaging lower each year through to 2021. The forecasters expect the … Continue reading

Why Exxon Mobil Stock is Rated a ‘Buy with Caution’ Today

By Rob Otman Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM) is a $345 billion company today. Investors that bought shares one year ago are sitting on a -4.88% total return. That’s below the S&P 500’s return of 16.47%. Exxon Mobil stock is underperforming the market. It’s beaten down, but it recently beat earnings expectations. So is it a good time to buy? To answer this question we’ve turned to the Investment U Stock Grader. Our research team built this system to diagnose the financial health of a company. Our system looks at six key metrics… [iu-adbox] Earnings-per-Share (EPS) Growth: Exxon Mobil reported a recent EPS growth rate of -38.81%. That’s above the oil & gas industry average of -113.83%. That’s a good sign. Exxon Mobil’s earnings growth is outpacing competitors. Price-to-Earnings (P/E): The average price-to-earnings ratio of the oil & gas industry is 71.49. And Exxon Mobil’s ratio comes in at 34.38. It’s … Continue reading

A New Standard in Gold Mining

By Byron King This post A New Standard in Gold Mining appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Big news just broke in the gold sector. The story originated from industry bellwether Goldcorp. It involves a relatively complex set of mergers and business associations, but the bottom line is that a new bar has been set for how the gold mining industry works. I believe that this new trend will affect the entire precious metal sector, from large mining concerns down to small juniors. Things are looking up for mining companies and their shareholders. Here’s the story: Last month, Goldcorp announced that it entered an agreement with Barrick Gold to develop a major, new gold-bearing mineral district called Maricunga. This area is located in the super-high, very dry Atacama Region of northern Chile. Why is this important? Begin with three points: This deal is a major step for Goldcorp — entering Chile, … Continue reading