This Always Works: So Far



October 23, 2011
XIII, Issue 101

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This Always Works: So Far


Well, so far it always works. It’s the stock market, so there’s no absolute guarantees. However, about 5 times a year I find a special situation that works for a number or reasons. I’ve found the third in the last year, and you’ll have the chance to learn about it on Tuesday.

In the past year I have only found two of these Special Situations. Here’s the record so far:


As you can see, my Special Situation recommendation on CEHD yielded at 73% return in 5 weeks, and my Special Situation report on CMCI yielded 45% in just 5 trading days.

These ideas are few and far between, and they are simply MONEY!!!

On Tuesday, you will receive a simple, plain text email from me with the details of my next Special Situation idea. Please look for it. You’ll have an opportunity to actually “hear” about the idea. Use it as you like.

Midas Medici (OTC BB: MMED): It’s Just a Question of Time


On Friday, after the market closed, my “sleeper” idea – Midas Medici (MMED)- the Brazilian IT company with well over $100 million in annual revenues and an absurd market cap of under $30 million, gave us more evidence on Friday to believe this stock is going to take off sooner or later.

On Friday after the market closed, MMED announced its CIMCORP subsidiary landed another nice contract. The military police of Sao Paulo, Brazil has awarded the company a $1.3 million contract to upgrade the military’s server infrastructure and virtualization.

At some point investors will blink, and this stock will be $10. It’s not if- it’s when.

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