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November 2006 Issue & Supplement

Wall Street’s amazing bull has rejuvenated itself for another romp as stocks are putting on a fresh display of power. This month, I’ll show you how you can keep the profits flowing at a safe, healthy double-digit pace by identifying the rich veins of value still waiting to be mined. Ironically, I’m finding some of the best bargains in an area overcrowded with speculators until just a few months ago—oil and gas, including a pair of names that could leap 50%�80% in the next few years. The oil patch is also home to my favorite type of vehicle income right now—master limited partnerships. I’ll point you to my top buy among the bunch and answer some of your nagging questions about MLPs. Also look for a primer on the most attractive stocks and markets overseas. And don’t miss my Tax Savers’ Workshop in this month’s supplement.

November 2006 Issue & Supplement

Wall Street’s amazing bull has rejuvenated itself for another romp as stocks are putting on a fresh display of power. This month, I’ll show you how you can keep the profits flowing at a safe, healthy double-digit pace by identifying the rich veins of value still waiting to be mined. Ironically, I’m finding some of the best bargains in an area overcrowded with speculators until just a few months ago—oil and gas, including a pair of names that could leap 50%�80% in the next few years. The oil patch is also home to my favorite type of vehicle income right now—master limited partnerships. I’ll point you to my top buy among the bunch and answer some of your nagging questions about MLPs. Also look for a primer on the most attractive stocks and markets overseas. And don’t miss my Tax Savers’ Workshop in this month’s supplement.

October 20, 2006

We’ve only begun! Stock prices ended mixed this week, with the blue chips edging higher and NASDAQ backing off a bit. A minor pullback for the market as a whole is now way overdue. But it won’t last long or amount to much, because a new bull market has just begun.

July 14, 2006

We’re getting there! Stock prices tumbled this week, deepening the gloom among investors who listened to the media and were never told to expect a market “correction.” We’re sorry that so many people are worried and upset. But frankly, what we’re seeing now is perfectly normal stock market behavior in a midterm election year.

July 2006 Issue & Supplement

In this month’s visit, I’ll show you how to take advantage of the dip by loading up on a bundle of bargain-priced stocks from America and abroad

July 2006 Issue & Supplement

In this month’s visit, I’ll show you how to take advantage of the dip by loading up on a bundle of bargain-priced stocks from America and abroad

June 16, 2006

More pieces of the puzzle falling into place! Stock prices plunged Monday and Tuesday this week, but then staged a powerful rally Thursday that helped us to a mixed result for the week. All this violent back-and-forth action is part of the necessary base building before the next bull market can take off.

China Plays the Currency Card

Well, they finally did it. Earlier today, the Chinese announced that they’ll allow their currency, the yuan, to float — or more accurately, to crawl. Initially, the yuan is being moved up a grand total of 2% (from 8.28 against the dollar to 8.11). More important, though, the link between the yuan and the greenback has been officially broken.

Terror Won't Win

Americans woke this morning to news of another bloody terrorist attack — this time in London. Our hearts go out to those injured and their families. It’s tragic that some fanatics are so driven by hate that they can only think of targeting innocent people. May the killers be brought to justice, but — even more important — may their eyes be opened to the horror of what they have done.

Terror Won’t Win

Americans woke this morning to news of another bloody terrorist attack — this time in London. Our hearts go out to those injured and their families. It’s tragic that some fanatics are so driven by hate that they can only think of targeting innocent people. May the killers be brought to justice, but — even more important — may their eyes be opened to the horror of what they have done.