An Invitation You Need (and Want)

By John Del Vecchio  |  February 22, 2019

Profitable stock trading and cooking great food have a lot in common.

(Click here right now to reserve your seat at the table where I’ll show you exactly how…)

That lightbulb glowed last night as I was cooking my favorite meal…. steak night for my family.

I cook an awesome steak. It rivals any of the best you’d find in Texas steakhouses… or world-class, Michelin-starred restaurants.

Imagine a perfectly seared crust every time, seasoned just right. Then, when you cut into it… tender… juicy… melts in your mouth. The aroma in the kitchen helps whet the appetite too!

Needless to say, steak night at my house is wildly popular. You better get there early. Seats fill up fast.

The secret is that there really is no secret. Cooking a great steak comes down to three factors.

First, you need amazing ingredients. If you want to cook world-class food, you need world-class ingredients. A crappy piece of beef is probably going to taste crappy no matter who cooks it. I also use a special blend of seven peppers and spices and high-quality salt.

Second, you need expert technique. High-quality beef will turn into shoe leather if you don’t know what you’re doing. You can’t just throw a slab on the grill and expect it to come out perfect.

Third, I use technology to my advantage. I get the steak to the perfect tenderness by vacuum sealing it in a water bath and controlling the temperature. It’s consistent throughout. Not a single over or underdone piece. It’s perfection in every bite.

Stock trading requires similar technique. After 20 years and analyzing at least a thousand companies, I’ve developed my own “ingredients” for success…

Like cooking a great steak, consistent success in the stock market also comes down to simplicity. Overly complex formulas don’t work in the stock market. That’s because history doesn’t repeat. It does rhyme, though.

The insights may be unique, the formulas proprietary. But they’re not at all complex.

At the same time, good ingredients need expert preparation. In my world, that means understanding the quality of the earnings a company reports. Unfortunately, there’s lots of ways for management to cheat a little to buy an extra penny or two of earnings per share.

Techniques honed over a couple of decades help us sort the filet mignon of quality earnings from the baloney of companies trying to pull the wool over investors’ eyes.

Finally, there’s technology. I’ve been fortunate enough to work with some of the biggest names in the investment business. I’ve been able to pick up some complex concepts and turn them into workable, time-tested strategies.

Consistency leads to confidence that you can do it all over again the same way. And I have powerful tools to hone a portfolio of high-quality stocks… like I do a set of techniques to get me a perfectly cooked steak, every single time…

Now, I’ve applied my decades of knowledge, experience, and strategy development to an area of the market where Wall Street dare not tread: low-priced stocks.

And I’d like to share it all with you at 1 PM ET February 26 – including how I discovered that there’s huge opportunity in stocks priced under $10 a share and, most importantly, how to identify the filet mignons…

It’s like “steak night” for serious traders… and the seats will fill up fast…

Join us… indeed, make sure you line up ahead of time.

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John Del Vecchio

John Del Vecchio is the author of the bestselling book, Rule of 72: Compound Your Money and Uncover Hidden Stock Profits and What’s Behind The Numbers: A Guide To Exposing Financial Chicanery And Avoiding Huge Losses In Your Portfolio.

As the in-house stock market guru and forensic accountant for Dent Research, John stood on the shoulders of the great David Tice, James O’Shaughnessy and Dr. Howard Schilit, and built a framework of algorithms and a multi-factor grading system that has made him one of the more successful short-sellers around.

John is also the executive editor of our Hidden Profits newsletter and our trading service Small Cap All-Stars.

He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Bryant College with a B.S. in Finance and was awarded Beta Gamma Sigma honors. He earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in September 2001.MORE FROM AUTHOR