Would it surprise you to learn you hold a powerful investing advantage over the legendary "Oracle of Omaha"?
Yes, I mean the Warren Buffett whose Berkshire Hathaway portfolio totals $484 billion. And whose own net worth clocks in at over $58 billion.
Who says you hold such an incredible advantage?
Why, the Great Man himself. What's more, Buffett claims this advantage is so powerful, it should easily earn you "50% a year in the stock market."
Short answer: Yes.
To say this strategy is "tested and proven" is a massive understatement. You'll follow virtually every step these super-investors took to build their initial wealth.
But I'm a conservative guy...
So I shoot for just half of the 50% Buffett insists we can make. At 25% a year, you triple your money in five years and that's plenty good enough for me.
The real wonder is that more investors don't exploit this strategy. Believe me, Buffett would if he could. He's sad about the fact that HE CAN NO LONGER BUY THE KIND OF STOCKS that made him rich in the first place.
Here's how. Start by asking yourself how much faster your nest egg would reach seven figures if it were fast-tracked with winners like these:
Each of these incredible runs holds a significant place in recent history. Before you even ask: No, these amazing numbers aren't quick-hit, fly-by-night gains that lasted only as long as a politician's promise.
On the contrary.
These are the 10-year returns of just a few of the underappreciated investments I call "Roadrunner Stocks."
Roadrunner Stocks are precisely the kind of swift-moving, opportunistic stocks master investors Buffett, Lynch and others bought to kick-start their wealth at the beginning of their careers.
My name is Jim Fink. I'm the senior online editor for Investing Daily, the award-winning publisher of Personal Finance, Utility Forecaster and other investment advisories.
Although a red-blooded capitalist since birth, I somehow managed to acquire a bachelor's degree from Yale, a law degree from Columbia, an MBA from the University of Virginia and a master's from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
After far too many years in academia, I got down to serious business—making money. I switched gears to the investing realm. I started off trading stocks for a university endowment, then moved to a private wealth management firm. I rounded out my market education at an insurance and financial planning company, and as a Senior Analyst for an online investment service.
Back in the '80s, I was working for the Chicago branch of what Forbes called "the most powerful law firm on Wall Street," burning the midnight oil for mega-bank clients like Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Bank of America.
After seeing how much money my clients were making, I decided to dip my toes in the water myself.
I started out with $50,000 in 1991, and 10 years later, my $50,000 had grown into $5.3 million.
That's a return of 10,600%.
Now, I'm not promising you'll make returns that high if you start investing my way. But I do promise that you'll get a proven way to put your wealth on a faster track—using the same strategy as the greatest investors of our time.
I've been doing this on a smaller scale for the past three years in my daily Stocks to Watch service. 135,000 investors have joined me in profiting from explosive stock moves in both up and down directions.
I told my readers to buy Netflix, and we rode it to a 66% gain. When I determined that it was grossly overvalued, I recommended shorting it, and we rode it down for a 52% profit.
When Groupon went public in 2011, I declared that it would be the worst Internet IPO of the year. Groupon subsequently plunged 80%.
About the same time, I told readers to pick up luxury retailer Michael Kors. It went on to gain 100%. In the same issue, I panned Zynga, which has since LOST 80%.
New investors are joining Stocks to Watch every day. And I'm having a blast. But there is only so much depth and detail you can get into in a free e-letter.
So my publisher has agreed to let me scale back my Stocks to Watch beat and help a handful of dedicated investors with in-depth guidance on specific stocks.
I'll explain my new service in a moment, but first I'd like to share some interesting research I just finished. It bears directly on how I'm urging you to invest today…
When looking for stocks that can score huge gains, it helps to look back and see what worked in the past. So just for kicks, I ran a screen to find the 10 biggest gainers over the past 10 years in the Russell 3000 Index (which covers 98% of the investable U.S. market). The numbers are awe-inspiring:
|Company||10-Year Total Return||Starting Market Cap||Business|
|Monster Beverage (Nasdaq: MNST)||10,530%||$35 million||Natural sodas/sports drinks|
|Questcor Pharma (Nasdaq: QCOR)||8,390%||$37 million||Pharmaceuticals|
|Priceline.com (Nasdaq: PCLN)||6,060%||$359 million||Travel|
|Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (Nasdaq: GMCR)||5,340%||$140 million||Specialty coffees|
|Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL)||4,730%||$7.59 billion||Computers and smartphones|
|Illumina (Nasdaq: ILMN)||4,050%||$230 million||Genetic research|
|Terra Nitrogen (NYSE: TNH)||3,950%||$108 million||Nitrogen manufacturing|
|Alexion Pharma (Nasdaq: ALXN)||3,110%||$306 million||Pharmaceuticals|
|Core Labs NV (NYSE: CLB)||2,280%||$367 million||Reservoir management|
|Intuitive Surgical (Nasdaq: ISRG)||2,280%||$564 million||Medical technology|
Source: Bloomberg. From 2001-2011
You can learn a lot from this simple list. First, despite the endless media adulation, Apple was NOT the top stock of the decade.
Not to disrespect the wizards of Cupertino. Indeed, if you'd invested $10,000 in Apple stock 10 years ago, you'd have $400,000 to show for it today. Nice.
But you could have done better—much better—if you'd put your 10 grand in an outfit called Monster Beverage (Nasdaq: MNST). Your investment would now be worth a whopping $1,053,000.
I can hear you thinking—Monster Beverage?
It might have a funny name, but it's a classic Roadrunner Stock—10-year total returns of a mind-boggling 10,530%.
How'd they do it? This whip-smart outfit makes natural sodas and energy sports drinks for a market that can't gulp enough of them.
Like almost all Roadrunner Stocks, Monster Beverage started small—very small. But then the sports-drink market became big—very big.
Another thing you can see is that the top stocks come from a wide range of industries. Yet all (except Apple) have one thing in common: They started their epic runs as tiny companies.
Intuitively, this makes sense based on the law of large numbers. It's much easier to grow 100% per year when starting from a small base than it is when starting from a large one.
But here's what you might not guess: Not only are 90% of the top-performing stocks of the past decade small caps, but most were value stocks, too. In other words, they were cheap, sporting bargain price-to-earnings and price-to-book ratios.
The small-stock effect has been well-known for years. And value has long been known to beat out growth over time.
But something remarkable happens when you combine small size with bargain fundamentals.
The best proof is what Ibbotson Associates found when they divided the entire stock market into four groups—small-cap and large-cap value, and small-cap and large-cap growth. Ibbotson studied the 78-year period between 1927 and 2005 to see which group outperformed.
The results are staggering.
One dollar invested in small-cap value stocks grew to $45,144. In contrast, the same dollar invested in the worst-performing group, large-cap growth stocks, was worth only $884, or 98% less!
|$1 Invested in 1927
Worth in 2005
Small-cap value stocks were by far the top-performing category, at 14.7%. So why do I think we'll make 25% a year? I'll explain in a minute. It's not complicated.
But first, note that small-cap growth stocks did not outperform large-cap value stocks. So going small isn't enough by itself. Rather, a combination of small size and value is the magic formula.
It is no coincidence that Monster Beverage, the best-performing stock of the past decade, not only had a tiny market cap in 2002 but also was cheap, with a P/E ratio of only 10. The P/E ratios of other stocks in the top 10 were similarly low—Cal-Maine Foods had a P/E of 9 and Deckers Outdoor had a P/E of only 7.
It turns out that while the investing crowd at the turn of the century was chasing Internet stocks trading at P/E ratios of 100 and up, the real future winners were these cheap little non-tech guys that nobody was paying attention to.
This same strategy still works today because it's based on timeless qualities. Agile small-cap value stocks still create new millionaires faster than any other investment on the planet. And the best news is… plenty of these stocks are out there today.
If you don't believe me, just look at the numbers. According to Bloomberg, 177 stocks were up 100% or more just this past year. And that's in the U.S. alone. Include foreign markets and you're looking at 1,043 stocks up 100%. So it can and does happen—a lot.
In a minute I'm going to tell you where I'm finding stocks like that now.
I've discovered dozens of companies in position to deliver 10-year returns anywhere from 1,000%, 2,000% and a few even higher.
Will they all be big winners? Of course not.
But I've identified a handful of these "Buffett-quality" Roadrunner Stocks with the best odds for success in a new Special Report.
I'm talking about breakthrough companies that will change the lives of millions... and turn entire industries on their head.
These are the ground-floor opportunities that every investor dreams of…
Like buying McDonald's at the start of the fast-food era. Or Microsoft at the start of the PC craze. Or Google just as the Internet changed the world.
Thousands of ordinary people became millionaires thanks to these stocks. Their lives were changed forever.
Intrigued? Read on...
Because here's where the story of Roadrunner Stocks gets even more interesting.
You see, it's a supreme market irony that super-rich investors can no longer buy the small stocks that produced the stellar returns of their salad days.
They're literally too rich to profit from them.
Buffett can't waste time buying $50 million of stock here and there. Even if he bought every share of a $100 million company and the stock doubled, it would increase the value of Berkshire Hathaway by only 0.04%. That's less than one-tenth of 1 percent! Considering the amount of research involved, plus the SEC headaches of owning a controlling stake, why bother?
What this means is the average investor has a real advantage with smaller sums of money to invest. For you and me, fast-growing "Roadrunner Stocks" are ripe for the picking.
The Law of Large Numbers is a tough one to beat. You'll never bag "the next Wal-Mart" by investing in Wal-Mart itself. Can't happen.
Wal-Mart's big jumps are behind it. So are Apple's. Apple has grown by 47% a year over the past 10 years. If it kept up that pace for the next 10 years, this single company would be three times as big as the entire U.S. economy!
It plainly makes sense to go small and cheap with Roadrunner Stocks. Take this route and you're giving yourself a bundle of investing advantages…
Investing in Roadrunner Stocks can produce rapid and spectacular gains. But their biggest advantage is how rich they can make you over the long haul.
I've already mentioned the double-barreled advantage of stocks that are small in market cap and cheap on fundamentals. Here's how that advantage translates into dollars and cents in real life:
This logarithmic scale doesn't do justice to the absolute crushing victory of small-cap value stocks over their large-cap growth competitors. $10,000 in large-cap growth stocks became about $10 million… but the same amount in small-cap value stocks exploded into almost $900 million!
If you believe in investing in America, there's no better place than small-cap stocks. Small companies are primarily domestic. They're also the beating heart of the American Dream—the drivers of our growth and innovation.
The list of U.S. startups that have grown up to become global mega-successes—the Apples, Starbucks, Wal-Marts, Amazons and Microsofts—is the story of American entrepreneurism writ bold.
(In fact, The Economist reports that between 1976 and 2007, only a single European startup equaled the level of success of any of the U.S. legends above. Your odds of catching the investing wave of the next breakthrough success story are much greater in American small stocks.)
Small companies are tight with their money. They have to be.
Most banks hate lending to small outfits, especially if they're just starting out. The upside to this is that small companies rarely over-borrow and pile up debt.
Instead, most small caps raise money through the equity markets. So they're very focused on their stock price—which is exactly what you want as a shareholder.
Most small-cap businesses don't need a lot of capital anyway. They're not building capital-intensive infrastructure like power plants, factories or skyscrapers.
Smaller companies are more likely to be selling products and services based on intellectual property, which is naturally provided by the company's founder and employees. They, in turn, are compensated with stock, not borrowed cash.
Another thing you'll like is that pay is rarely excessive. Entrepreneurs passionately want to create a business, not just collect a paycheck.
Bottom line: Small companies are simply more shareholder-friendly than the bloated behemoths in the S&P 500. Once you go the Roadrunner route, you'll never pay for another corporate jet, extravagant retreat or obscene golden parachute again.
While small stocks are frequently undervalued and underfollowed, nowhere else will you find so many fresh ideas or such hungry management. And who do you want working for you—an obsessively driven entrepreneur, or a bureaucratic lifer at a stodgy corporate behemoth?
Small companies are almost always run by the founding visionaries who started the company in the first place—not "professional managers" who hop from one mega-corporation to the next.
What's more, these CEOs typically own a lot of company stock. And that is a powerful incentive to succeed. When you buy one of these stocks, you know that management's interests are aligned with yours.
The "hunger for success" of owner-operators is one of the key reasons Warren Buffett believes you can rack up 50% a year investing in fundamentally sound smaller companies that generate high returns on invested capital. If we can earn half that much, we'll triple our money in five years.
Classic Roadrunner companies are natural-born disrupters. They often demolish entire industries. For example, Priceline pretty much obliterated the traditional travel agency business by making it easier and cheaper to book cruises, hotels and airline tickets.
Big companies, on the other hand, often fall into a "legacy" trap. They become obsessed with protecting what made them successful in the past, and ignore emerging challenges to their comfortable profitability.
In 1975, Kodak passed on the first digital camera because they feared it would "disrupt" their profitable film-manufacturing business.
Inevitably, others discovered the technology and launched the digital photography era. Kodak, once a thriving, quintessential blue-chip company, barely clings to life today.
Small-cap outfits are launched on new ideas and technologies. They often smash the stodgy legacies of older companies… and become the blue chips of tomorrow.
Example: The soft-drink industry never saw Monster Beverage coming—the upstart now boasts a market cap of $9.2 billion and is a major player. Early investors have pocketed a 10-year total return of 10,530%. A flyer investment of a thousand bucks became $105,300.
Example: The coffee industry was dozing off when Green Mountain Coffee Roasters gave it a strong jolt of competition with its breakthrough single-serve coffee dispensers. Early investors have pocketed a 10-year return of 5,340%.
Example: Investors wrote off the mortgage business as dead after the real estate bust. But Ocwen Financial discovered a way to get underwater homeowners back on dry land by reducing their loan principal to 95% of the home's current market value—in return for 25% of the property's appreciation down the road. More than 200,000 troubled borrowers have entered the program, and Ocwen's stock is up 1,495% in just the past six years.
I could list dozens more. And I will, every month, in Roadrunner Stocks. If nothing else, small-cap value investing utterly wrecks the notion that there's no way to accelerate the growth of your portfolio in this market.
• Small-cap investors face less competition because these stocks are under-reported and just plain ignored by Wall Street analysts and journalists. This leads to investor neglect and terrific bargains for opportunists like us.
Again Buffett instructs us: "If I had $10,000 to invest, I would focus on smaller companies because there would be a greater chance something was overlooked. The highest rates of return I've ever achieved were in the 1950s. I killed the Dow. You ought to see the numbers."
Small caps no longer move the needle for Buffett, so he's forced to ignore them. But we non-billionaires can still profit from the surest one-two punch in investing: buying small companies when they're cheap.
• Small caps outperform when inflation hits. When stock investors see inflation coming, they usually run for the exits. But small stock owners can relax.
Small companies excel during inflationary times because they usually offer unique products with few alternatives, so they have more leeway to raise prices than larger firms do.
What's more, they can adjust pricing and behavior on the fly. A big company run by centralized management on a five-year plan isn't as nimble. Like zippy little PT boats, small stocks can quickly change course. Large-cap "battleships" may have more fire power, but they take forever to change direction.
According to Doug Roberts, chief investment strategist for ChannelCapitalResearch.com, inflation is actually positive for small-cap stocks in the long run. During the 1977-79 peak of the inflationary 1970s, for example, blue-chip stocks went nowhere, but small stocks surged 50%.
In six major inflationary periods since World War II, including the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the OPEC oil crisis and the Persian Gulf War, small-cap stocks beat large caps by a mile. When you add up the returns over all six periods, small caps were up 82.6%, versus just 35.1% for large caps. That's a 47.5% margin for small caps.
Bottom line: If you're worried about inflation ahead, you need to own some Roadrunner Stocks.
The biggest problem small-cap investors have is simply one of numbers. There are thousands of tiny companies out there. So many, in fact, that picking out the few true gems is one of the most painstaking jobs in financial analysis.
Here's what I mean. Let's say you wanted to build a diversified portfolio of 20 quality U.S. stocks. If you stuck to large caps, you could choose from the 600+ stocks with market caps of $5 billion and up. That means choosing 1 in 30.
Venture into the mid-cap arena (with market caps down to $1 billion) and you've got 1,135 to choose from. So you'd have to single out each of your stocks from about 57 choices. A tougher task, but still feasible.
But the small-cap hunting grounds present a challenge of a different magnitude. In the U.S. alone, there is a maze of 3,179 publicly traded companies with market caps between $50 million and $1 billion. To pick the best 20 from this group, you'd have to analyze almost 160 stocks for each one you selected for your portfolio!
The typical brokerage house analyst just doesn't have the luxury of spending that much time on Wall Street's small fry. He's got to focus on the large-cap stocks that big investors can buy huge blocks of (and that just happen to be peddled by the analyst's employer—surprise, surprise).
But you and I don't have to worry about that. I'm an independent analyst. And so is everyone on our research team here at Investing Daily. All we sell is our research, not stocks. That's why we can spend so much time and resources looking for opportunities the "big boys" have no incentive to discover.
Now, I obviously haven't combed through all 3,179 small cap stocks with a fine-toothed comb. But I've gone through a lot of them. And that's more than the institutional analysts can say.
Most of these cutting-edge enterprises are still tiny and don't even appear as blips on Wall Street's radar screen. A few may be covered by one or two of Wall Street's "best and brightest," but most are covered by no conventional analysts at all.
That leaves us the playing field virtually to ourselves. So right off the bat, we've got a step up on 98% of the stock pickers in America.
You can make a fortune by catching innovative firms like these as they emerge from obscurity and take flight to earn billions. Think of all the Microsoft millionaires who just happened to hop on board that promising but otherwise unremarkable software maker at the right time. They retired in their 30s and 40s wondering how to spend all their cash. If you want to stake your claim to the next huge money gusher, here's your best chance since Microsoft went public.
Remember, Warren Buffett, the premier stock picker of our times—a man worth $45 billion—laments the fact he can NO LONGER BUY the high-growth, small-cap Roadrunner Stocks that produced such stellar returns for many years… and made him a multi-millionaire in the first place.
But there's nothing stopping you!
Which is precisely why I'm so pleased to announce the launch of our newest investment advisory…
If you want the joy of fast-tracking your wealth and watching it grow by 25% a year in a slow-growth economy, then you're exactly the sort of investor I'm launching my new service for.
Roadrunner Stocks isolates small companies that can turn into 10-bagger growth plays. If you want any chance at achieving outsize returns, you MUST invest in stocks like these.
Remember, 90% of the top-performing stocks of the past decade were small caps. I can almost guarantee that the top-performing stocks of the next decade will be small caps, too.
My goal at Roadrunner Stocks is to guide you to the breakthrough stocks of tomorrow, while they're selling for peanuts today. At the same time, we'll keep our eye on tripling your nest egg with the consistent, long-term returns advantage that small-cap stocks have held over large caps since 1929.
I think a brief reality check is in order at this point…
Most small-cap stocks are cheap for a reason—their businesses are in decline and getting worse. The key is to recognize the majority of small-cap dogs for what they are—and avoid them.
The fact is, about 55% of small-cap value stocks do worse than the market. But the group wins out anyway because of the fantastic performance of the other 45%.
Remember that table of data showing that small-cap value stocks returned 14.7% a year over eight decades? If they do that well on average, I'm sure we can make at least 25% a year by kicking out the obvious dogs. Don't forget, some of the stocks we'll buy should jump 100%, 200%, even 10-to-1 in a year.
The point is, stock picking is much more important with small caps than it is with large caps. So it helps to have detective instincts.
On top of the typical financial statement analysis, I travel to trade shows and read dozens of industry journals. I take the extra step when I can, like checking out a company's parking lot at 7 p.m. to make sure some cars are still there—as they should be if the firm's executives are truly dedicated.
Sleuthing about, thinking for yourself and going against the grain is all tough work. Sure, it's tempting to take the easy way out, but going with the flow and flocking after the Apples of the world is a losing strategy. I prefer to find the next Apples. And that means asking tough questions and ruffling some feathers.
I won't win any popularity contests with CEOs, but my work pays off in spades for my subscribers.
Over the past year, 80% of my trades have been winners. And we've accomplished this in a market that has been distinctly unfavorable to most small stocks.
I'm not promising that I will keep up this pace. Not even Warren Buffett has managed that. But if I keep producing at even half that rate, our long-term results should be very good.
So, if you're ready to profit from stocks that most investors will never even be aware of, then give Roadrunner Stocks a try. See for yourself how a "Johnny Come Early" alerts his followers to the blue chips of tomorrow before the Wall Street crowd bids up their prices.
I'll explain the attractive offer my publisher has put together in a minute. But first you deserve to know a little more about how I pick the stocks we'll be buying together…
Every stock I spotlight in Roadrunner Stocks has to have at least these eight strengths before I "bite":
This last point is vital. If there is one group of investors who regularly makes money on small stocks, it's insiders. So I want to take you as close to them as I can.
It's great if they're business geniuses, but it's even more important that they be available and open. If the CEO isn't willing to talk to me, I want nothing to do with their stock, and neither should you.
With these steps alone, we've already weeded out hundreds of companies. But we've only just begun. At this point, we really get serious.
So we keep going. We probe deeper, filtering out the remaining companies by strict profitability, liquidity and operating efficiency criteria.
My research team and I then screen for qualitative factors, such as the character of the company's leadership, innovative culture, customer satisfaction, product superiority and positive PR.
We look at a company from every angle until no questions remain. Then—and only then—we assign each company we follow a safety rating on a 1-to-6 scale. Super-safe stocks get the coveted 6 rating while the riskiest are rated zero.
Result? Stick to the 6s and you know you're investing in the most solid and promising small-cap value stocks on the market. In other words, we take out 99% of the guesswork.
On top of all the numbers, I also look for an intangible "excitement quotient." I love it when I find a company that excites me so much that I feel like dropping what I'm doing and working there instead. Whenever I see a Wall Street analyst quit their job and go to work for the company they were following, you can bet I buy that stock.
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My staff and I have just completed this research report to get you off to a running start. It gives you my top four buys now, and we are sending it to every Subscriber of Roadrunner Stocks.
These companies are like a shot of B-12 for your portfolio. Here's a peek at what you'll see in far greater detail in your report…
60 Minutes calls Medicare fraud "one of the most profitable crimes in America." So this company's opportunity is immense. By 2015, the government will spend $1.3 trillion a year on Medicaid and Medicare, and $107 billion of it will end up as waste or fraud. This is the company's bread-and-butter business. Last year alone, its clients recovered $2.5 billion, and saved $7 billion more. Considering its market is about to explode from $9.5 billion to $160 billion, I see tremendous growth ahead.
The company has been profitable for 25 consecutive years, with compound annual growth of 20% during that period. That turned a $10,000 investment into $794,968. Thanks to today's shale boom, the future looks just as good.
My new Small-Cap Wealth-Builders report covers four of the 10 best stocks that Warren Buffett would invest in now if he could. If you want the full details on all 10 of these small-cap bargains, I'll be happy to send them to you in the Issue of Roadrunner Stocks.
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Every issue and report you receive is yours to keep. This way you take no chances. All the risk is on us, as it should be.
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Before I sign off, one last thing. If you forget everything else I've said in this letter, please remember this:
It's been done before. Warren Buffett built his fortune with this strategy. So did many other investors no one has ever heard of.
It's being done right now as you read this. Roadrunner Stocks still create new millionaires faster than any other investment on the planet.
There is absolutely no reason you shouldn't count yourself among them, even in this difficult economy. In fact, a tough economy is the best time to be in the small, early-growth-stage stocks we go after in Roadrunner Stocks. After our previous nine recessions, small-cap stocks were 36% ahead of the S&P 12 months later.
So if you're worried about the market (as you should be), that's just one more reason to try Roadrunner Stocks. Because when a new drug is discovered or breakthrough technology is released, that stock is going to soar no matter what the Dow is doing.
If there's one way left to fast-track the growth of your nest egg, small-cap value stocks are it.
I've always advised my clients—regardless of age or experience—to put at least 25% of their portfolio in small-value plays. These special stocks have done so well for so long that it would be malpractice on my part if I didn't tell them to.
It gives me great pleasure to report that many of my clients are millionaires—many of whom are quite a few years younger than I am!
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Yours for investing success,
Chief Investment Strategist
P.S. My promise to you…
I want Roadrunner Stocks to be a breath of fresh air in an investment world full of hype, smoke and mirrors. So I make you the following promises…