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An Offer You Can’t Refuse

By John Del Vecchio  |  March 14, 2019

My family was in the mafia.

The operative word here is “was.” We got out of the cement shoe business long ago.

Back then, it wasn’t that easy for Italian Americans to make their way in the new country. My great great-uncle was connected and heavily involved in Republican politics in central New York. When Wendell Willkie ran against FDR, he had to come to his house to get his blessing.

Imagine Hillary Clinton coming to your house, sitting in your living room, and asking your permission to run for president.

One of his best friends was Stefano Magaddino. Magaddino was the Godfather of western New York. He was kept off the original commission of the five families. That didn’t make him happy. Later he tried to bump off his own cousin, Joe Bonanno, in order to get more control.

Of course, the mafia is glamorized in the movies… flashy clothes, lots of women. There’s also the emphasis on the value of having a code to live by.

But it’s not really that glamorous… although when another relative, Angelo, held a wedding reception for his daughter at his restaurant, the FBI did show up to write down the license plate numbers. Yep, just like the scene in “The Godfather.”

So, there is some truth in fiction, particularly the emphasis on simple things.

That brings me to this month’s Hidden Profits recommendation. It’s a very simple business – one that would pad Vito Corleone’s bankroll and make him lick his chops…

It doesn’t matter what the economy is doing; the cash keeps rolling in. And there are huge barriers to entry for upstarts, no matter how tough. That translates into stable cash flow.

Here’s the best part: Management pays shareholders first. Those are the magic words at Hidden Profits.

Rising dividends and huge buybacks reduce the risk of owning the stock over time. Meanwhile, the business just keeps chugging along. It’s also a solid value in a very expensive market.

It scores top grades in my Forensic Accounting Stock Tracker (FAST) software – indeed, it’s a straight-A report card…

Now, let’s tie it all together.

I’m gonna make you an offer you can’t – or at least shouldn’t – refuse…

That’s because I really want you to read about my latest Hidden Profits recommendation.

So, sign up for a risk-free trial of Hidden Profits for $39 (that’s $244 off the total value) and I’ll send you my list of the top five small-cap stocks based on my proprietary FAST software.

You can’t get this list anywhere. Institutions used to pay me $25,000 annually to see stuff like this.

And, over time, the top-rated FAST stocks have trounced the market, generating average annual returns of nearly 19%.

Click here to get the names, ticker symbols, and letter grades across my six tests as well as a brief description of each company’s score for each factor.

That’s the top five small-cap stocks… FREE… just for taking a 90-day trial run with Hidden Profits.

You’ve got 48 hours to decide…

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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