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The Big Secret on Wall Street – our flagship research publication – is released every Friday and features an investment opportunity twice a month. Big Secret recommendations include energy stocks, high-income securities, capital-efficient “battleship stocks,” exponential-growth opportunities, and more.


  • The New OPEC
    The two companies whose stories we tell this week will continue to dominate the global semiconductor supply chain for years to come – and are the two best ideas to capitalize on today’s parallel-processing revolution.
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  • The Big Bang That No One Noticed
    This is the first installment of our month-long Parallel-Processing Revolution series… an in-depth view of a revolutionary tech investment story no one else is talking about. Since this year marks Porter & Co.’s second anniversary, we are making this vital four-part series free to all our readers.
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  • The Disrupters
    Skirting the law for more than five years gave this company a huge advantage, enabling it to gobble up market share, so that now as the dominant player, it can use its size to power long-term growth.
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  • We Don’t Need Your Debt, America
    The recent surge in foreign banks buying gold has occurred alongside a sharp decline in their purchases of U.S. Treasury debt. The result could ultimately lead to a “debt doom loop”.
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  • The 50% Compounder You’ve Never Heard Of
    While non-standard insurance policies guard against high-risk events – like Kiss’ Gene Simmons hurting his tongue or Bruce Springsteen losing his voice – this doesn’t necessarily make for a riskier business model as we show with this highly profitable company that is eating up market share.
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  • Starbucks’ Slow Demise
    Despite a strong performance over the last few decades, the stock of this company is trading well below its 2021 high – and last month dropped 16% after reporting one of the company’s worst quarters ever. Is this the end of a great coffee brand?
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  • Don’t Let Stagflation Get You Down
    This issue is devoted to an expanded portfolio review – looking at five of our holdings that are finding ways to win in the current stagflationary environment in the U.S. economy.
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  • The Master of Distress
    In this week’s issue, we provide a peek behind the curtain of Porter & Co.’s Distressed Investing advisory, detailing a deeply discounted debt opportunity in a sector that has been left for dead in the post-COVID world.
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  • The Big Long
    This company is a leading manufacturer of electrical components used in construction and manufacturing – and stands to benefit from the more than $2 trillion of infrastructure funds being poured into projects across the U.S.
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  • As an Ordinary Car Company, Tesla Cannot Compete
    Last May we warned that shares of Tesla were in trouble. While the rest of the EV sector has grown a little, the once-innovative car maker has gone the other way.
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  • The Busted IPO With 10x Upside
    In addition to its thriving e-commerce segment, this company has also created online grocery and restaurant delivery services and the largest domestic streaming service in its home country in southeast Asia.
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  • More Important Than Any One Stock
    Research suggests that this part of the investment puzzle can play a more crucial role in investors’ long-term success than which individual investments they own.
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  • The Buyout Brothers’ Profit Machine
    In this month’s issue, we focus on a serial buyer of businesses that for 40 years has been acquiring good companies and making them even better. ­
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  • How Not to Lose $1.6 Million a Day
    Financial history is littered with tales of foolish cash management that have destroyed trillions in shareholder value. Entrepreneur Michael Saylor has pioneered a strategy that could revolutionize corporate financial management and help companies avoid those costly mistakes.
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  • Bulls Balls
    For only the third time in history, a new energy drink has surpassed the billion-dollar mark in annual sales in the U.S. But this company is not only taking market share from its two main competitors but it’s expanding the size of the overall market.
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  • Market Manias Can Make Fools of Us All
    While the overall market continues to ride higher, there are signs beneath the surface that suggest things could begin to turn. Taking lessons from a legendary investor, we look at how to avoid getting caught up in the exuberance.
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  • The Basement Experiment That Became a $2 Billion Best-Seller
    In a world of constant change, one thing remains steady: Americans love for chocolate. Today we focus on the ultimate “forever stock.” Backed up by more than a century of brand power, this business will remain as relevant for our children and grandchildren as it was for our parents and grandparents.
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  • The Time For Biotech Is Now
    As a sector, biotech stocks perform differently than tech stocks, “forever stocks,” and certainly the blue chips… We asked biotech veteran Erez Kalir to explain, in his own words, how he finds the right stocks for our new advisory Biotech Frontiers.
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  • Cashing In at the Courthouse
    The “Fixer,” a leading global provider of litigation financing, funds lawsuits and takes a cut of the payout when it wins. This highly profitable and capital efficient business model can turn small investments into supersized returns.
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  • The Fuel That Dare Not Speak Its Name
    The Biden administration’s recent natural-gas announcement will make energy more expensive, lead to continued reliance on imports from flaky foreign countries, and – ironically – create bigger environmental problems.
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  • Turn On, Clock In, Clock Out
    This innovative business is the fastest-growing company in the HR-software industry, with a 1,200% increase in revenues over the last decade. With only 5% market share today, the company has a long growth runway to continue delivering market-crushing returns.
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  • Where Are They Now?
    An investment fad is a short-term financial trend that quickly gains popularity and interest among investors – but typically lacks long-term viability or strong underlying fundamentals. Let’s look at several prominent fads of the last decade and see what they reveal about today’s investment fads.
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  • Skin In The Game
    This capital efficient global leader in cosmetic devices has grown revenues at more than 50% annually the past five years. But due to a series of short-term macroeconomic challenges, the business trades at a record low valuation, creating a rare buy opportunity
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  • We Told You So…
    Special Issue: Boeing Collapses. On January 27 of 2023 Porter & Co. published a warning about a mega-cap American stock. For the last 20 years there hasn’t been a company in America that’s embraced more terrible ideas from financial engineering to ESG and DEI than Boeing.
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  • How Marty Fridson Picks Top Stocks
    In this special excerpt from The Little Book of Picking Top Stocks, Distressed Investing analyst Marty Fridson reveals the four most important characteristics of stocks that historically beat the market.
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  • Worldly Wisdom From a Great Investor
    This holiday weekend, we’re honoring one of the all-time investing greats by re-publishing a slightly condensed version of a speech Charlie Munger gave at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business in 1994 – along with commentary from our own expert team.
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  • The Naughty List – An Investor’s Version
    Today we present Porter & Co.’s official “naughty list” – 10 heavily-indebted, money-losing companies that will suffer no matter what happens in the year ahead.
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  • A Top-Shelf Booze Maker at a Dive-Bar Price
    This industry titan traces its roots back to 1759, and has since amassed an iconic portfolio of world-leading brands. A nearly 50% decline in its stock price due to temporary factors has provided a rare opportunity to buy this recession-resistant gem at its cheapest valuation in over a decade.
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  • Gold Is History’s Greatest Store of Value…
    The precious metal has been the world’s “hardest” money for 2,500 years. But that may not be the case much longer.
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  • The High Roller In Online Gambling
    This capital efficient business is poised to profit from the boom in online gambling… and despite its incredible economics and growth trajectory, currently trades near historic low valuation levels.
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  • Five Steps to Timing the Market
    Happy Thanksgiving from Porter & Co.! As a special holiday treat, we’re sending you Porter’s contrarian classic “Five Steps to Timing the Market,” first published in 2015 by our friends at Stansberry Research.
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  • Buffett Is Hoarding Cash
    Whenever Warren Buffett sees bad times approaching, he raises a pile of cash and then deploys it on exceptional companies. It’s an approach that has much to teach investors when we carefully examine his historical sells and major buys.
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  • The DIY Business With 21% Returns
    Nearly every American lives within a short drive of this capital efficient retailer… a household name that sells around 40,000 items… has been crushing the competition for decades… and continues to dominate amateur and professional markets alike.
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  • The Three-Year Lag the Fed Always Forgets
    When the Fed aggressively hikes rates, it often ends up triggering a crisis of the very kind that it hopes to prevent. And seemingly, central bankers haven’t learned their lesson this time, either…
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  • A Champion Company That Plays to Win
    Now that we’ve freed up capital ahead of the financial panic, we can build a shopping list of the world’s best businesses. In this issue, we’ll unpack one of the greatest endorsement deals of all time – and show how it transformed one company from a struggling industry laggard into a classic “forever stock.”
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  • Crisis Briefing: How to Raise Cash
    Profiting from a crisis requires more than just the discipline to “be greedy when others are fearful,” as Warren Buffett famously said. You must also have the cash available to do so.
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  • Get Your Money Out of Bank of America By Tuesday
    America’s banking system teeters on the edge of insolvency. The stage is set for more bailouts, more inflation, and the End of America. Here’s how to prepare – and what to do with your money.
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  • A Letter to My Son
    In September, Porter’s oldest son, Traveler, turned 16. Porter gifted him $17,000 (the maximum amount allowable before taxes)… and then wrote him a heartfelt letter distilling a quarter-century of financial wisdom into just a few pages, to advise him on what to do with the money.
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  • Shale Boom 2.0: This Time, It’s Capital Efficient
    The rise in interest rates has ended the cheap money era, helping restore a more rational allocation of capital in the energy sector. And one company is best positioned to win in this new era of Shale 2.0.
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  • They’re Only Special If You Know About Them
    Special situation investing aims to exploit specific corporate actions to capture profits with minimal risk. And unlike many investment strategies, this one can work relatively quickly and in just about any market environment, making it a fantastic complement to a traditional investment portfolio.
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  • Beauty Is Way More than Skin Deep
    In this issue, we introduce the ultimate recession-proof “forever” stock. Its dominant competitive position and world-class capital efficiency set the stage for 15% annual returns over the next decade.
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  • Special Briefing from Porter: Hershey Update
    Hershey is a powerful real-life example of my signature capital efficient investing approach. And it’s now approaching an attractive valuation for the first time in years.
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  • The “Ultimate Forever Stock” Gets A Genius Upgrade
    In this issue, we’re introducing a business poised to reap a windfall by unleashing the next agricultural revolution: the rise of autonomous, precision farming.
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  • Exclusive Excerpt: Special Situations in Stocks and Bonds
    In this exclusive excerpt from his seminal work on special situations investing, author and trader Maurece Schiller shows how to profit from companies undergoing a reorganization, merger, acquisition, spinoff or corporate misstep. First chapter reproduced by publishers’ permission.
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  • Special Report: Deadly Biases
    In this special report, Wealth Signals editor Scott Garliss dissects five common but deadly cognitive biases that can take down even seasoned investors – and shows you how to spot and avoid them in your own thinking.
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  • Special Access: “The Little Book of Picking Top Stocks”
    Renowned credit analyst Martin Fridson has arranged with his publisher to give Porter & Co. readers a special look at the first chapter of his latest book. This book focuses on stocks that came in #1 for the year in total return within the S&P 500 and what caused them to achieve that distinction.
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  • “Don’t Be One Of Them”
    Financial markets have never had to reckon with a speculative asset mania, unsustainable bubbles in consumer, corporate, and sovereign debt, and structurally high inflation – all at the same time. The potential for significant economic turmoil is arguably greater than at any time in memory.
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  • Elon’s Original Money Machine Reboots
    Today, we introduce a leading digital payments company, with a dominant competitive position and world-class capital efficiency. Recent operational stumbles have created a near record discount in its share price, but we make the case for a rebound and 20% compounded returns from here.
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  • The Stealth Real Estate Bubble
    A record $2.5 trillion of CRE debt will mature between now and the end of 2027. However, several massive headwinds could make it more difficult than usual for borrowers to refinance these debts this time.
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  • Sell Alert: Lock In 17% Gains on Activision
    On March 3, 2023 we recommended shares of Activision Blizzard, whose on-again, off-again deal prospects with Microsoft have fueled great speculation. This week, a positive development in the negotiations has pushed ATVI shares 10% higher – close to our best-case-scenario projected upside.
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  • A Lender Built to Return 750% on Invested Capital
    The U.S. housing market faces the prospect of a decade-long supply crunch. Today, we’ll introduce our next play on America’s housing shortage, and one of the most capital efficient business models we’ve come across.
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  • The Repo Man Is Here
    The auto lending bubble is popping as more Americans are unable to pay their car loans. The tightening credit conditions that are weighing on subprime auto borrowers signal danger for the far larger corporate and government debt markets.
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  • A Dirty Energy “Fortress” With A 25% FCF Yield
    Trillions spent on “renewable” energy sources like wind and solar have failed to make a dent on fossil fuel consumption. And the lack of investment in fossil fuels is creating energy shortages around the world… unleashing a cash flow windfall for one of the world’s most hated commodity producers.
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  • Defeating Toadzilla
    For the past several months here at Porter & Co., we’ve urged long-term investors to be cautious. We continue to believe a severe economic contraction is approaching. But that doesn’t stop us from finding shorter-term bullish opportunities.
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  • Special Anniversary Edition: Two “Cash Compounders” for the Price of One
    To kick off Year #2, we’ve set our sights on an industry that’s deeply underappreciated… enjoys a unique quirk of financing that allows the strongest players to be ludicrously profitable… and is essential to the operation of civilization as we know it.
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  • How to Escape The “Winner’s Curse”
    Betting on perfection is a fool’s errand in any environment. It’s particularly risky today as the economy teeters on the edge of recession and a looming debt crisis. Fortunately, the bubble in AI and tech stocks is setting up a tremendous opportunity elsewhere.
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  • Why Artificial Intelligence Investors Are Heading For A “Die-Up”
    Could you make a fortune buying into the AI boom today? Perhaps. We would rather own a world-beating business in a sector that is uniquely underappreciated by investors. In this issue, we recommend one of the highest-quality businesses ever created.
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  • Why Tesla Is In Deep Trouble
    Tesla’s rivals have been investing heavily in their own EV production and are now, for the first time, challenging the company in quality, innovation, and performance. This means that Tesla is now staring down a threat unlike any it has seen before.
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  • A “Gold Digger” That Gets Paid to Do Nothing
    Unless central banks and policymakers are willing to deal with a major credit crash, all roads lead back to lower interest rates and more money printing. That’s why we believe now is the time to safeguard your wealth from the demise of fiat currencies with the two ultimate stores of value.
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  • Is Icahn Enterprises a Ponzi Scheme?
    Carl Icahn has generated one of the best long-term investment track records in history, but he has also made a lot of powerful enemies over the years. Now the prominent short-selling firm, Hindenburg, is targeting Icahn and his company. Here’s why we are keeping IEP in our model portfolio.
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  • The Magic of OPM: Other People’s Money
    Patrick didn’t set out to revolutionize an industry. He just wanted to build houses. During the roaring housing mania of 2005, the business he was building was a tiny fish swimming in a giant pond. He was trying to find empty lots to build new homes on. But land was scarce, and expensive. His competitors were multi-billion-dollar corporations, and they were scooping up property like marbles on the sidewalk.
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  • America Is Bankrupt
    America is not yet lost. But we are very close to the complete collapse of not only our financial system, but our entire way of life.
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  • The “Paint-By-Numbers” 15% Compounder
    When a company has a dominant brand with pricing power, robust profit margins, and high capital efficiency, the returns can be enormous. Today, we’ll introduce a company that checks all these boxes and has used every downturn to acquire weaker competitors and take market share.
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  • “Quantitative Teasing”: Why QE Is Not Back to Save Your Portfolio (Yet)
    The reality is that the Fed’s actions could have the near-opposite effect of QE. Instead of easing financial conditions and boosting asset prices, they’ll likely lead to further tightening and hasten the arrival of the impending credit crunch.
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  • The “Black Swan” Trader Strikes Again
    In today’s “two-for-the-price-of-one” recommendation, we pair one of the best distressed debt vehicles available, with a company that offers an inflation hedge through its exposure to higher commodity prices.
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  • The Ultimate Bank Run
    Eventually, people will stop worrying about the viability of private banks like Credit Suisse, and start worrying about the viability of central banks and the currencies they issue. The coming loss of faith in government-issued currency will cause the ultimate bank run – a run on central banks. A Run
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  • The Man Who Almost Took Down J.P. Morgan
    Thanks to an activist showdown in 2019, investors can now access a public company that is effectively a hedge fund-style investment vehicle, helmed by one of the best fund managers on Wall Street.
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  • The SVB Crash Was Just The First Domino
    In light of the past week’s extraordinary market events, we’re releasing this “state of the markets” briefing.
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  • What to Watch After the SVB and Signature Bank Collapses
    In today’s special edition of Something You Don’t Know, you’ll find an important briefing from credit analyst and author Martin Fridson, who leads Porter & Co.’s Distressed Investing team.
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  • Here’s Why No One Will Ever Be Able to Stop Inflation Again
    Current Fed Chairman Jerome Powell wants to put an end to inflation. Unfortunately – for Powell, for markets, and for investors – it appears increasingly unlikely that he’ll get his wish.
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  • The Market’s Free Ride
    The type of situation we’ll introduce today doesn’t come around often, but when these opportunities arise… they can make you fortunes, even during bear markets. It is the ultimate safe play for a high-risk market.
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  • Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You: A Chemical Mushroom Cloud
    Norfolk Southern is the latest poster child for the pitfalls of financial engineering. Years of reckless cost cutting and debt-fueled buybacks, at the expense of infrastructure upgrades, have caused an ecological disaster.
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  • Cold War 2.0 and the Coming Global Energy Wars
    Right now, U.S. gas prices are among the lowest in the world. But as America increasingly expands its LNG export infrastructure, U.S. natural gas prices will increasingly converge with much-higher international prices. And the companies that own low-cost gas reserves today will reap a windfall.
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  • The Last Time This Happened, the Stock Market Slumped for 16 Years
    In many ways, the 2020s inflation scenario matches that of the 1970s.
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  • “It’s Like Treasuries On Steroids”
    The REIT we’ll introduce today offers an extra degree of safety. It avoids physical real estate properties entirely, and instead invests primarily in mortgage securities that are effectively backed by the government. And they’re a better buy than government bonds.
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  • Coming Soon: The Boeing Collapse
    One of many casualties of the coming corporate debt implosion.
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  • The Best Risk-to-Reward Investment Opportunity We Have Ever Seen
    Today, we’ll introduce a security that offers a higher margin of safety than the common stock, while still offering plenty of upside for investors.
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  • A Huge Recession Red Flag Just Popped Up
    Every once in a while, a financial panic or deep recession provides the rare chance to buy quality merchandise at fire-sale prices. The time isn’t now, but it’s coming. Don’t Believe in “The End of America”…? Then Watch Gold Gold is the best-performing asset class since 2000. It has outperformed
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  • The Market-Beating Answer to the Big Mac of Investing
    Today, we’ve asked special guest editor Meb Faber to reveal the inner workings of one of his proprietary funds ⎼ and we’re adding that fund to our portfolio for fully paid-up subscribers.
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  • What A Death-Row Turkey Tells Us About Black Swans
    By Special Arrangement: A Look Inside A Market Classic Editor’s Note: We hope you’re having a wonderful holiday with your family and friends, with thoughts about interest rates, debt and inflation fading into the night like the peals of Santa’s bells and the smoke of New Year’s fireworks. While we’re
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  • A Matter of National Security
    Sorry, snowflakes, dirty energy is never going away. Instead, technologies have been, and will continue to be, developed to make coal (and other fossil fuel energy sources) cleaner and safer.
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  • A Flood of Funds Are “Gating” Their Money – Here’s What It Means
    Investors Suddenly Denied Access to Their Own Funds… The day after Slava was sent to the funny farm, his wife marched into our skyscraper office in downtown Moscow – and pulled an Al Haig. Al Haig was Secretary of State when U.S. President Ronald Reagan was felled by an assassin’s
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  • Better Than Buffett, Plus A 16% Dividend
    We’re calling the coming market carnage in corporate bonds The Greatest Legal Transfer of Wealth in History. The explosive growth, and deteriorating quality, of the “investment grade” bond universe will play a major role in the coming corporate debt crisis.
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  • I Almost Went to Jail in Qatar – Here’s What I Learned
    The tiny, gas-rich country is opulent, uptight…and weak on the rule of law. Editor’s Note: We’re turning this week’s issue of Something You Don’t Know over to Porter & Co. publisher Kim Iskyan, for a boots-on-the-ground report from the Middle Eastern country of Qatar – which is at the crossroads
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  • The Art of Speculation
    Five Lessons from a Legendary Trader and Adventurer
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  • The Real Reason Why Airlines Have So Much Baggage
    Cheap money is grounding flights all over America – and that’s just the beginning. Next Wednesday will be one of the busiest travel days of the year here in America. And if you’re flying somewhere, you’re likely a victim of cheap money. That is… you’re suffering long delays… overworked staff…
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  • How To Build Permanent Wealth
    Porter & Co. is looking for a “maniacal” distressed debt analyst… see the end of this email for details… Late last month, the Wall Street Journal passed along a “great” stock tip. It was only about a decade late. “Any stock that doubles in five years, outperforms tech giants over
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  • Housing is On Its Knees And Corporate America Isn’t Far Behind
    Homebuilders have reported fewer new construction starts every month since March. That’s the longest stretch of declines since the housing crisis of 2007. And homebuyers have even begun walking away from their deposits – cancellations are above 15% for the second consecutive month. You’re receiving Something You Don’t Know as
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  • Fake Money and Another Global Epidemic
    We don’t know whether the impending global financial “reset” will entail a debt jubilee, aka massive defaults, like Biden’s student loan bonanza. Or maybe we will endure a long period of inflation as debts are slowly worked out in pretend money.
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  • How Bernanke Broke the World
    The price of U.S. Treasury bonds is collapsing. Since the end of July, the 10-year Treasury rate has risen sharply, from a yield of 2.65% to over 4.3% now. There haven’t been bigger losses in the U.S. Treasury bond market, EVER. THE BIGGEST BUBBLE IN HISTORY DEFLATES YOUR STANDARD OF
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  • A Quick Update on our October 14th Recommendation
    We received some questions over the weekend about our Friday recommendation, the MicroStrategy convertible bonds… so we’ve put together a bond buying guide today to make it easier for you to get up to speed.
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  • What Will Happen as Central Banks Run Out of Credit
    How to earn 243% on a Bitcoin bond. A global “Minsky Moment”. The bond bull dies. Why wealth is shifting to real assets.
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  • Michael Burry “Bet Against America And Won.” Here’s What Happened to Him
    Long ago in ancient Troy, the beautiful princess Cassandra promised the god Apollo “the opportunity of her body,” in exchange for the gift of prophecy. Apollo granted her request to be able to tell the future, but naughty Cassandra reneged on her side of the deal. Long ago in ancient
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  • America’s Corporate Debt Bubble is About to Burst
    Dear Porter & Company readers, This is the first issue of Porter & Company’s complimentary bi-weekly, Something You Don’t Know… in which, every other Friday, Porter Stansberry and team will shine a bright light on something in the world of finance, investing and economics – or whatever else is on
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  • THE END OF AMERICA: How Inflation Destroys Civil Society
    “We’re all in it together” – How governments use fear to manipulate voters. Preparing for a “Hurricane”. A currency of energy: Bitcoin. You can’t print copper.
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  • THE GODS OF GAS PART II – Europe’s Energy Crisis Will Spread To America
    Twenty years ago, Souki founded and led Cheniere Energy (NYSE: LNG, $160). He built the first successful, large-scale LNG export facility in the United States. After a dispute with Carl Icahn, he left the company.
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  • The Big Secret Behind T. Boone’s Fortune
    “Why don’t we fly to Aspen for lunch…?” About 10 years ago, we visited T. Boone Pickens at his famous ranch, Mesa Vista. The ranch, at 100 square miles, consumes a little over 10% of Roberts County, Texas. It has 18 miles of manmade lakes for duck hunting and bass
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  • The Goldman Sachs of White Trash
    Protect yourself from the THE END OF AMERICA by profiting off of the poor. You will deny you ever owned this business! Is it possible to be “canceled” twice? We’re about to find out. We’re certain parts of this letter will be used – out of context – to condemn us and label us as bigots.
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  • Grab a Bucket: It’s About to Rain Gold
    The Next Phase of the Bear Market will start with a Subprime Auto Credit Collapse, then a Commodities Crash and finally Consumer Panic. Lucky Lopez buys repo’d cars. He’s a 20-year veteran of the auto industry. As a car dealer and auction buyer, Lopez sits on the frontline of the
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  • The New “ENRON”
    How a Homebuilder Beat All the High-Flying Tech Stocks of the 1990s… Home sales are collapsing… Existing home sales fell 3.4% in May. That’s the fourth straight month of declines. Inventory is growing fast, too. It’s up 1.2 million units, an increase of 12.6% from last year. Growing inventory and
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