Dear ETR Reader,
Here's an interesting opportunity from fellow publisher Robert Williams over at The White Cap Research Group...
A researcher of his, Matt Weinschenk, has been doing some work involving companies that consistently beat Wall Street earnings estimates by double digits or more.
Very intriguing stuff.
It turns out that there's a highly predictable price movement pattern to stocks when they beat the Street - one that's well supported by an important but little known accounting study done back in 1968 that suggests these stocks can move higher 92% of the time.
Of course I don't have to tell you the many ways you can make big money if you could know (with 92% certainty) which company's stock price is going to move higher - and when.
Like it says in the attached letter, "It would be like having a license to print money."
Which is why I'm passing this along to you today.
It shows you how and why this phenomenon works - the kind of gains it's generated over the years - and, most importantly, a pair of brand new opportunities that could return as much as 13-to-1 and 9-to-1 gains between now and January.
After all, who couldn't use an opportunity to turn $5,000 into over $55,000 right about now?
Please take a look. This is from a couple of people whose work I respect enormously...
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