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We're Going Higher

Wall Street’s big rally is by no means over. In fact, yesterday’s sharp stock market pullback only strengthens the case for additional gains through year-end (and probably well into 2007, too).

We’re Going Higher

Wall Street’s big rally is by no means over. In fact, yesterday’s sharp stock market pullback only strengthens the case for additional gains through year-end (and probably well into 2007, too).

June 2006 Issue

In this month’s visit, I’ll show you where these bargains lie buried. I’ll also give you an update on our ever-popular income feature, the Incredible Dividend Machine. A boon for retirees, the Machine lets you earn a dividend check every month of the year, with low turnover (minimal exposure to capital gains taxes) and none of the ongoing expenses of a mutual fund.

April 2006 Issue

In this month’s visit, I’ll show you one of the most reliable ways to boost your performance when the market is dawdling. Buy into businesses that may be ripe for a takeover or other corporate restructuring. In recent weeks, takeovers—and takeover rumors—have caused a bunch of our stocks to pop. I’ll give you three candidates with the potential to jump 15%–20% overnight.

January 2006 Issue & Supplement

In this month’s visit, I’ll explain how a decent cash reserve can add sparkle to your investment results in 2006. I’ll also introduce you to the highestyielding safe vehicles for your cash, such as FDIC-insured bank accounts that will boost your income over almost any money market fund. For the belt-and-suspenders folks among us, I’ll show you how to buy T-bills (the safest investment on Earth) without ncurring a dime in commissions.

June 2005 Issue

This month, I’ll show you how to make the smartest use of any further “down time” Mr. Market may grant us in the next few weeks. More and more bargains are turning up on my radar screen, including a brand-new name for us: one of the world’s largest and best-run management-consulting firms, now at a whopping 50% discount to my estimated share price three to four years out. Yet I’ll bet you’ve never heard of the stock. (There’s a curious reason why.)