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26 TRADES WE WISH YOU CLOSED OUT IN 2014
In 2014, 26 of our picks reached price highs that resulted in gains of 100% or more. Here’s the complete list of 26 recommendations we made in 2014 or previous years with their profits if they were sold in 2014 at their price highs:

Symbol Profit Symbol Profit
AGIO 186.95% IGATE 139.26%
MO (option) 120.78% MEI 136.39%
ALKS 184.38% BRCD 112.68%
RGLS 147.52% UPS (option) 299.16%
RIC 136.76% CBRL 108.86%
GIII 339.25% AKAM 211.38%
CSCO (option) 101.28% UAL 176.19%
MTOR 243.20% OPK 170.46%
RFMD 226.29% EA 158.83%
VNET 225.35% DG 155.72%
CME (option) 203.70% OMCL 133.84%
HILL 213.99% SKX 198.25%
AUDC 154.04% YHOO (option) 189.86%
AVERAGE PROFIT: 179.78%

Dear Investor,

Any stocks in your investment portfolio make you 100% or more this year?

Let me tell you about 26 of them!

In 2014, 26 of our positions reached gains in excess of 100% each. In fact, the average profit per pick was an astounding 179.78%.

With 26 picks that reached gains of 100% or more in 2014, that means we are picking a new 100%-plus winner every two weeks or so!

Don’t get me wrong; 2014 was a tough year for investors.

And every time we posted a 100% winner in 2014, and thought that we had been lucky again, another one of our picks doubled in price!

It’s like a never-ending winning streak!

In August of 2014 we picked little known Richmond Mines Inc. at only $1.36 per share. The stock jumped to $3.22 in less than four months for a gain of 136.76%.

We were right on Regulus Therapeutics Inc. too. We recommended this stock at the end of 2013 at $7.26 a share. By November 2014 it was trading at $17.97 for a gain of 147.52%.

Our biggest winner in 2014, at a profit of 339.25%, was a stock we recommended back in January of 2012 called G-III Apparel. The stock went from $23.49 in January of 2012 to a high of $103.18 in 2014.

Our “smallest double” in 2014 was an option on Cisco which went up 101.28% in a matter of months.

I can go on and on giving you more examples of our profit winners.

But why not go all the way and list them? And that’s exactly what you’ll find on this page. Above, you’ll see a list of all 26 of our 2014 100% top winners with the stock symbols and percentages of profit.

Symbol Profit Symbol Profit
LGND 241.30% GALE 168.54%
GST 472.38% BX (option) 282.61%
DECK 203.35% MAKO 180.73%
LNKD (option) 248.43% NGVC 134.59%
RUTH 124.96% ASTX (option) 191.43%
HTHT 111.76% XIN 170.55%
YHOO (option) 181.79% FENG 272.70%
ISIS 358.40% ATVI (option) 140.49%
BDBD 253.94% SNAK 232.10%
SWHC (option) 168.97% ALKS 154.11%
TSRS 135.60% HAL (option) 139.47%
SKS (option) 133.85% GMCR 256.93%
PRXL 431.08%
AVERAGE PROFIT: 215.60%

25 TRADES WE WISH YOU CLOSED OUT IN 2013
In 2013, 25 of our recommendations reached price highs that resulted in gains of 100% or more. Here’s the complete list of 25 recommendations we made in 2013 or previous years with their profits if they were sold in 2013 at their price highs:

17 TRADES WE WISH YOU CLOSED OUT IN 2012
In 2012, 17 of our recommendations reached price highs that resulted in gains of 100% or more. Here’s the complete list of 17 recommendations we made in 2012 or previous years with their profits if they were sold/covered in 2012 at their price highs:

Symbol Profit Symbol Profit
EXPE 145.79% NTSP 135.45%
SMBL 133.63% EXPE (option) 171.43%
BMO 124.39% CBM 178.79%
GMCR (option) 155.81% EGHT 103.48%
GILD 109.45% QIHU (option) 147.22%
INWK 112.11% KH 109.47%
RSH (short) 119.48% ALXN 218.77%
RIC 174.39% PRTS (short) 101.37%
CRUS 215.90%
AVERAGE PROFIT: 144.53%

Was 2014 a fluke for us? I mean who else in the investment newsletter business has picked 26 winners of 100% or more last year?

I thought our readers might think we got lucky in 2014. So I wanted to add some additional proof of our uncanny ability to pick stocks that double in price.

In 2013, 25 of our positions reached gains in excess of 100% each. In fact, the average profit per pick was an astounding 215.60%.

In 2012, 17 of the picks we made that year or in previous years reached gains of 100% or more.

In 2011, a so-so year for the stock market, 19 positions we recommended that year or in previous years reached gains of 100% or more. You can see all 19 of these picks in the box entitled “19 Stocks We Wish You Owned in 2011.”

 

In 2010, a better year for the stock market, we had 21 stocks that gained 100% or more. You can see all 21 of these picks in the box entitled “21 Stocks We Wish You Owned in 2010.”

In 2009, which was a much better year for the stock market than 2010, we had a record breaking 35 stocks that each reached gains of 100% each from recommendations we made that year of previous years. You can see all 35 picks in a box entitled “35 Stocks We Wish You Owned in 2009.”

In 2008, in one of the most difficult stock markets in decades, the average profit for our top 19 stock picks was 136.39% at their price highs. You can see all those picks here in a box entitled “19 Stocks We Wish You Owned in 2008.”

But let’s go even further back.

In 2007, which was a great year for stocks, our top 19 stock picks were up an average of 214.67% at their price highs. I believe in disclosure. So you’ll find a complete list of our top 19 stock picks for 2007 below as well.

Symbol Profit Symbol Profit
JAZZ 454.17% ONR 173.91%
SIMO 291.38% EXK 253.10%
ANDS (takenover) 244.34% DVAX 194.26%
ATRO 192.46% ORS (short) 165.30%
DPZ 161.92% DXPE 155.98%
LLNW (short) 144.66% AUTC.PK (short) 141.38%
ENER (short) 134.30% RR 119.05%
CY 117.73% COCO (short) 116.74%
CSTR 115.47% EQN (takenover) 104.35%
AKS (short) 101.30%
AVERAGE PROFIT: 177.99%
19 TRADES WE WISH YOU CLOSED OUT IN 2011
In 2011, 19 positions we recommended in our various financial newsletters in 2011 or previous years reached gains of 100% from their price highs. Here’s the complete list of 19 positions that would have produced a profit of 100% or more if you had followed the recommendations to their price high in 2011:

21 STOCKS WE WISH YOU OWNED IN 2010
In 2010, 21 of our recommended stocks in our various financial newsletters went up in excess of 100% each. Our smallest gainer was Dynavax Technologies that went up 100% exactly. Our biggest winner was EDOP Solar, it gained 540%. Here’s the complete list of our 21 100% winners for 2010:

Symbol Profit Symbol Profit
ARNA 102.53% BIHI 133.33%
MAI 308.57% CEHD 121.00%
SVN 118.56% CRUS 222.19%
CSTR 145.48% RES 117.73%
EXK 120.54% HOGS 119.49%
MBIT 321.15% LF 101.88%
CRUI 127.27% RBI 106.77%
JADE 110.00% EPDS 540.00%
BVN(call) 206.67% RR 153.33%
CCME 121.23% DVAX 100.00%
JAZZ 105.44%
AVERAGE PROFIT: 166.82%

So, to recap:

In 2007, our top 19 stocks were up an average of 214.67% at their highs.

In 2008, our top 19 stocks were up an average of 136.39% at their highs.

In 2009, we had 35 stocks up an average of 209.29% at their highs.

In 2010, we had 21 stocks up an average of 166.82% at their highs.

In 2011, we had 19 stocks up an average of 177.99% at their highs.

In 2012, 17 of the recommendations we made that year or in previous years were up an average of 144.53% at their price highs during the year.

In 2013, 25 of our positions reached gains in excess of 100% each. In fact, the average profit per pick was an astounding 215.60%.

And in 2014, 26 of our picks had reached price highs of 100% or more.

How do we pick so many winning stocks year after year?

One simple answer: we have the right people.

When a big corporation has a tax problem, it hires the best tax lawyer it can find. I know it may be a silly comparison, on a very basic level, if you have an electrical problem in your home, you want the best electrician you can find to fix it so that you don’t have to worry.

I believe we have the best stock-picking team any investment newsletter publisher has ever assembled. You may currently subscribe to one of their current investment letters.

You’ll learn more about our top stock pickers in this letter. You’ll find their faces and short bios on this web page. I simply believe they are the best stock-pickers on the planet. And that’s why I work with them.

Symbol Profit Symbol Profit
BCRX 361% ACHN 125%
SSRX 136.08% SVA 151.2%
ONTY 130.26% TRGT 296.4%
FCX 269.67% GSS 122.22%
NSU 186.14% NXG 183.49%
ANV 178.36% XRA 162.22%
THM 209.83% KGN 107.12%
CYIG 150% CBPO 125.87%
CAGC 117.39% SGAS 140%
CPQQ 432% CTIC 336%
PWRD 309.49% WX 305.41%
CGA 283.2% CYTX 277.84%
JST 240.84% SIRO 225.65%
EGI 216% QTM 204.12%
WWIN 192.92% APWR 157.2%
CSR 156.64% VIT 233.2%
WPRT 137.00% ARST 131.11%
APWR 334.23%
AVERAGE PROFIT: 209.29%

35 STOCKS WE WISH YOU OWNED IN 2009
In 2009, 35 stocks we recommended in our various financial newsletters went up in excess of 100%. The smallest gainer was Keegan Resources which went up 107.12%. Our biggest gainer in 2009 was China Power Equipment, which gained 432%. Here they are:

19 STOCKS WE WISH YOU OWNED IN 2008
The guru editors of Lombardi Financial advisory newsletters showed readers how they could have doubled their money during the mess of 2008. Average profit for their top 19 stock picks made that year or previous years based on highs in 2008 was 136.39%, ranging from 92.86% to 445.45%.
Here’s the breakdown:

Symbol Profit Symbol Profit
AGT 130.77% BZP 143.83%
CPST 147.79% CKSI 96.00%
EGT 150.00% ELI 100%
ICGN 94.12% ICOG 102.70%
MIGL 94.44% NTEC 92.86%
OEGY 121.21% OXBO 180.00%
PSS 105.07% QTWW 116.09%
SDTH 104.17% TXNM 445.45%
VIT 118.44% VLNC 123.68%
VNP.TO 124.83%
AVERAGE PROFIT: 136.39%

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Lombardi Publishing Corporation, a company I started back in 1986 that has served over one million customers in 141 countries, currently publishes 25 different investment newsletters. You may subscribe to some of my investment letters right now. We publish individual newsletters on picking micro-cap stocks, small-cap stocks, penny stocks, options and more.

The gist of our 100% Letter is quite simple. Each week we go to the top stock-pickers you’ll read about below and ask them which stocks, of the many they are picking in the various newsletters they write, have the best chance to return a 100% profit. They give us their best picks and we publish them every Tuesday in our 100% Letter.

You see, some of our newsletters are about getting in and out of investments and making small profits that add up over time. Other newsletters we publish are conservative in nature and are happy to deliver profits of 10%, 20% or 30%. Some newsletters pick stocks that have explosive price potential, but that are very risky (and we tell our subscribers that).

The 100% Letter is a newsletter designed for investors looking for a 100% stock market profit. (We know we can do exactly that, deliver 100% gainers, because we did it 26 times in 2014 alone!)

Like I said earlier, each week we go to the top stock-pickers you’ll read about below and ask them which stocks, of the many they are picking in the various newsletters they write for Lombardi Publishing, have the best chance to return a 100% profit. We publish those picks every Tuesday in our 100% Letter.

If you are looking for stock market commentary, you won’t find it in the 100% Letter. In fact, it’s one of the only newsletters we publish that does not offer general stock market analysis or commentary. The only thing you will find in the100% Letter is stocks to buy that we believe will rise in price 100% or more.

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You can imagine that after our top 19 stock picks for 2007 went up an average of 214.67%…. and after our top 19 stock picks for 2008 went up an average of 136.39%…. and after 35 stocks in 2009 gained an average of 209.29%…and after 21 stocks in 2010 gained an average of 166.82%…and after 19 stocks in 2011 gained an average of 177.99%… and after 17 of our positions in 2012 gained in excess of 100% at their price highs… and after 25 of our picks reached gains of 100% or more in 2013… and after 26 of our picks reached gains of 100% or more in 2014: we can pretty well ask any price for our 100% Letter and get it.

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You’ll learn more about our top stock pickers in this letter. I simply believe they are the best stock-pickers on the planet. And that’s why I work with them.

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Symbol Profit Symbol Profit
AATI 99.69% ANO 122.41%
BZP 138.14% CFSG 178.46%
CORT 116.77% CYTR 102.43%
FSIN 108.87% FSLR 412.90%
JASO 182.59% KUN 419.74%
LTS 106.43% NEXM 112.12%
QSC 872.58% RBY 216.09%
RIO 132.24% RRST 121.76%
SNCR 200.19% TRCR 305.37%
VSCI 103.06%
AVERAGE PROFIT: 214.67%

19 STOCKS WE WISH YOU OWNED IN 2007
The good old days, 2007… before Lehman’s went belly up, before credit flows froze, before massive layoffs became everyday news, before million-dollar homes went into foreclosure, before consumer confidence started swirling down the drain.Here’s the 2007 breakdown:

George Leong, B. Comm., Senior Editor at Lombardi Financial, has been an analyst for 20 years. His overall market timing and trading knowledge is extensive. George is the editor of several of Lombardi’s popular financial newsletters, including The Lombardi Letter for Wealth Preservation and Growth, and Obscene Profits, among others. He is the author of two books on options trading.
Mitchell Clark, B. Comm., Senior Editor at Lombardi Financial, specializes in small-cap stocks. He’s the editor of a variety of popular Lombardi Financial newsletters, such as Penny Stock Reporter, and Micro-Cap Stocks. Mitchell has been with Lombardi Financial for 15 years. Prior to joining Lombardi, Mitchell was a stock broker for a division of one of the largest financial institutions in North America.
Michael Lombardi, MBA, bought his first stock when he was 17 years old. He quickly saw $2,000 of savings from summer jobs turn into $1,000. Determined not to lose money again on a stock, Michael started researching the market intensely, that led Michael to launch a newsletter on the stock market. Today, Michael employs top market analysts and editors. Some of our recommendations have posted gains in excess of 500%! Michael has authored and published over one thousand articles on investment and money management.
Moe Zulfiqar , BAS joined Lombardi Financial as a research analyst and editor. He provides insight into current market conditions, trends, and where the next big opportunity will surface. Moe analyzes macroeconomic conditions, but has a special interest in the basic materials, financial, and technology sectors. Moe has a strong understanding of North American capital markets. A student of world finance and trading, he has extensive knowledge of both fundamental and technical analysis, and uses them to evaluate high-growth investment opportunities.Moe is a graduate of the York University business program.
John Whitefoot , BA John Whitefoot is an editor at Lombardi Financial, specializing in low-priced investment opportunities. John has been a financial writer since the late 1990s and has written on everything from penny stocks to blue chip stocks to the broader issues that affect the stock market. John has profiled more than 1,000 low-priced stocks, researching and covering numerous sectors including health care, media, manufacturing, IT, education, hospitality, natural resources, and retail. As an editor at Lombardi Financial, John has enhanced his understanding of economics, turning his attention to individual stocks and other investing opportunities. John is primarily a fundamental analyst.
Robert Appel, BA, BBL, LLB, has been intimately involved with stocks for more than 40 years. He earned two law degrees in the 1970s, and used to day-trade on his way to and from classes. Robert’s passion for stocks, and giving good solid advice, led him to media exposure at WEBR RADIO in New York, Readers Digest, the LA Times, Buffalo AM, and Good Morning America.

 

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