A rare chance

  • A love letter to tiny stocks
  • Can you handle this level or risk, for the potential rewards?
  • Two reasons why your broker won’t tell you about these opportunities

If you’ve read Port Phillip Insider for the past week, I’m pretty sure you’ve gotten the message.

I believe one of the most exciting and potentially lucrative areas of the stock market are what I call ‘tiny stocks’.

They are what the name suggests: stocks that are tiny!

But what you should also know that I’m terribly biased. My first experience in stocks was with small-cap stocks. That was after I left university in the UK over 20 years ago and got a job, first as a trainee broker, then as a rookie broker for a City of London broking firm.

That was where I first learnt about ‘tiny stocks’. I came across companies that I’d never heard of before. I read about them and studied them. Sometimes I felt as though I ended up knowing more about the business than the company’s executives did.

I know that wasn’t really the case, but it was how I felt. I became so excited about what these tiny firms were doing, that I wanted to know everything there was to know about them.

But that was only half the fun. The other half of it was telling other folks about these businesses. At the time, they were the private clients I brought onboard.

On that note, some people often ask why, if a stock I discover is so great, I don’t just invest in it myself? It’s a fair question. And to be honest, I don’t know if the answer I’m about to give will be satisfactory to some of those folks.

The reason I don’t keep the idea to myself is that (believe it or not) the greatest excitement I get is from telling others the great stories I come across. And then the ultimate excitement comes from seeing the stock price roar higher, and receiving hundreds of emails from happy subscribers.

I liken it to how an author may feel. An author could write an entire book, and just keep it for their own enjoyment. But they don’t. Instead, they choose to publish it for everyone to read.

The same for an artist. They could paint something and then just display it in their own home…or they could sell their work, so others can enjoy it.

That’s what we do. To me and my colleagues, our greatest enjoyment comes from telling others the great stories we come across. In my case, that has always been within the ‘tiny stock’ sector of the market.

That’s why I’ve written to you for the past week about ‘tiny stocks’. It’s also why I recently flew colleague, Sam Volkering, all the way from London to co-host a special ‘summit’ on tiny stocks.

We recorded this special event, and this week, we’ll make that recording available to you to watch, completely free of charge. In order to do so, you’ll need to go here, and put your name down. Why? Why can’t we just show this summit video to everyone?

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Simple. While I love ‘tiny stocks’, and while I believe they have the potential to be super lucrative for investors, it’s important to know that ‘tiny stocks’ can be incredibly risky, too.

Sure, you may like the idea of perhaps making a 50%, 100%, 300%, or 500% gain on a stock in a matter of days, weeks, or months – who wouldn’t? Check out these returns from a randomly selected moment in the Aussie market last Thursday:



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One stock was up 200%…in a single day.

Another stock was up 166% in one day.

A third stock was up 100% in a day.

Another seven stocks were up between 40% and 85%…in one day.

But can you cope with the potential flipside? That is, the potential to see your ‘tiny stock’ speculation fall 10%, 25%, 50%, or maybe even more over the same timeframe?

Not everyone can cope with that. For that reason, we’re putting the video of the summit Sam and I co-hosted behind a ‘barrier’. By registering for free to see the video, it’s an acknowledgement that you understand the potential rewards and risks of speculating in ‘tiny stocks’.

And if you don’t currently understand the potential rewards and risks, you’re at least acknowledging that you’re mature enough to learn about the potential rewards and risks, both before and after you tune in to the video of the summit.

To register for the special video of the summit, just go here.

Now, there is something else you need to know. You may wonder why this is the first time you’ve heard of ‘tiny stocks’. You may wonder why your stockbroker or financial planner has never spoken to you about ‘tiny stocks’.

There are a couple of simple reasons for that.

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Brokers don’t talk to their clients about ‘tiny stocks’ for two reasons.

First, it’s often because they can’t. I know, that may sound odd, but it’s true. Many broking and financial planning firms can only recommend stocks from what they call an ‘approved list’. That generally means stocks in the top 200 or top 300 on the Aussie market.

Many brokers and advisors simply aren’t allowed to recommend any stock outside of that. To me, that’s just craziness. There are around 2,000 stocks listed on the ASX, yet many brokers and advisors will only let their clients invest in 200 or 300 of them.

There’s a second reason. And this is a slightly more disturbing reason. It’s because it’s not profitable for a broking or planning firm to recommend such tiny stocks.

Firms invest a lot of money in their research divisions. Those research divisions are only valuable to a brokerage firm if the analysts recommend stocks their clients are likely to buy.

So think about it. If a broker approaches a client with an idea to buy a stock the client has heard of, the client will feel a sense of security, having heard of the stock. That means they’re probably more likely to buy the stock. That makes the research worthwhile.

But if a broker approaches a client with an idea to buy a stock the client has never heard of, the client may feel more cautious. That means they’re probably less likely to buy the stock. That doesn’t make the research worthwhile.

The research is only worth something to a brokerage firm if it helps the firm’s brokers to generate commissions. Hence the bias towards bigger stocks.

Hey, that’s their business model. If that’s how they want to do things, that’s up to them. We prefer a different model. We prefer to provide you with the research completely independently, and then allow you to do what you will with it.

We don’t make anything from any transactions you make, nor do we take a cut of the value of your portfolio (like a fund manager).

But that’s by the by. The point here is ‘tiny stocks’, and the terrific potential opportunity for huge gains.

I truly believe that ‘tiny stocks’ offer some of the best opportunities for life-changing gains. And what’s more, you likely won’t hear about these ‘tiny stocks’ anywhere else.

And because these opportunities can be so lucrative (and risky), we’re restricting access to the special summit co-hosted by Sam Volkering and I. If you’re interested in learning more about ‘tiny stocks’, and you appreciate both the rewards and risk potential, or you’re prepared to maturely learn about the reward and risk potential, I encourage you to register for the exclusive summit now.

You can do so by going here. Complete the details as directed, and then wait for part one of the summit to drop into your email inbox later this week.

We’ve never held a summit like this before. It’s something any genuine speculator shouldn’t miss. Go here.

Cheers,
Kris