|Thank you all so much for your kind wishes, cards, and prayers — our family medical crisis is continuing, so please keep the good vibes coming! And thanks also for your patience as real life impedes your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe’s publishing schedule.
We did manage to get quite a few articles out to you this past week — we started with a look at the Motley Fool’s “One Luxury Stock For the Ages,” and you cansee that note and some useful commentary from readers here.
And for the rest of the last week’s Gumshoe blatheration, just read on …
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The Motley Fool’s other recent pitch is just the kind of thing we like to bat around: big picture ideas and growing companies in emerging sectors. This time around, they’re teasing us about some companies that will profit from the “next industrial revolution” in 3D printing, so what are the names? Click here to see the Gumshoe solution.
Even when you sift through hundreds of email teasers every day, as is the chosen plight of your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe, the bold promises catch your eye — and saying that you’ve got the “almost perfect” stock is certainly a bold one … that tease was issued by Louis Navellier this week for a blue chip cloud computing stock, so what is it? Click here for the details in that Stock Gumshoe sleuthification exercise.
And we closed out with a look at a stock I’ve owned for a while, and that is being very actively teased by Christian DeHaemer as they await some important drilling results — that’s in the Friday File for the Irregulars, and you can access it here if you’re in that august group.
Speaking of the Irregulars, I also saw some results that I really liked from one of our “Idea of the Month” picks that I also own personally, so I shared a quick note on that earlier in the week about them — you can see that and any other comments on my personal portfolio or buys and sells here.
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