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February 22, 2008

Stay on the defense! Stock prices floundered this week, with the blue chip indexes now edging toward their fourth down-month in a row. This kind of action is almost unprecedented at the turn of the year, having last been seen in late 1940 and early 1941.

May 2006 Issue & Supplement

In this month’s visit, I’ll introduce you to a select handful of stocks that I’m counting on to lead the market in 2007 and beyond. All of these businesses are riding a powerful demographic tailwind that should propel their growth for many years, perhaps decades, to come. Yet the stocks have only begun to move. We’re five minutes into a transcontinental flight.

Another Victory for Value

“Why do you own that weird stock?”
Over the past two years, I’ve had a rash of skeptical (or worse) messages from subscribers who couldn’t see the point of owning life insurer Jefferson-Pilot. I’ll admit it. JP is kind of a dull, plodding outfit. But it’s a steady, safe grower with a generous dividend.