Mitchell Clark, B.Comm.

Mitchell Clark is a senior editor at Lombardi Financial, specializing in large- and micro-cap stocks. He’s the editor of a variety of popular Lombardi Financial newsletters, including Micro-Cap Reporter, Income for Life, Biotech Breakthrough Stock Report, and 100% Letter.

Mitchell has been with Lombardi Financial for 17 years. He won the Jack Madden Prize in economic history and is a long-time student of equity markets. Prior to joining Lombardi, Mitchell was a stockbroker for a large investment bank.

In the years following the financial crisis that began in 2007/2008, Mitchell predicted the stock market would do well—and it has. According to Mitchell, it’s just another cycle according to the long-run history of equities.

In his spare time, aside from investing, Mitchell enjoys hobby farming and experiencing the outdoors.

Get to know Mitchell…

Where did you get your start in investing and how did you invest your first dollar?

I began following the stock market at 16 years old. Trained in finance/economics desiring to be a stockbroker. I learned that investment products are mostly sold, not bought and that investment banks care more about themselves than individual investors. I’m the world’s worst salesman.

My first dollar invested in the stock market was based on someone else's stock tip, and it promptly lost 100% of its value. It was a valuable lesson to have a strong adherence to investment risk and not to listen to anyone else's recommendations. My best capital gains have come from real estate.

What investing advice do you live by?

Invest in what you know with a strong adherence to risk. The only opinion or view worth following when investing is your own. It’s good to hear an expert’s opinion, but you have to do your own homework, too.

What led you to join Lombardi Financial and Profit Confidential?

Lombardi was just a natural fit after quitting being a stockbroker. The investment bank I worked for offered me another position, but I wanted to focus on U.S. equities, which was not their business. At the time, Michael Lombardi was looking to expand Profit Confidential, so I just happened to be looking in the right place and at the right time.

Mitchell Clark's Articles

Stocks: What the Earnings of Microsoft and Texas Instruments Tell Us About the Year Ahead

By Wednesday, January 28, 2015

There is a collective nervousness to stocks and the market’s still in its consolidation that began last September. B… Read More


Airline and Railroad Stocks Reporting Record-Highs on Weak Oil Prices

By Monday, January 26, 2015

With weak oil prices and many analysts forecasting slow times ahead for the stock market, many investors may be wonderi… Read More


Where Lombardi Analyst Mitchell Clark Says Investors Should Focus in 2015 for Safest, Best Returns

By Sunday, January 25, 2015

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Flat-Lining Revenues the Big Problem This Earnings Season

By Friday, January 23, 2015

The same old earnings trend continues. Sales are coming in light, while earnings are meeting or beating the Street. It… Read More


4Q14 Earnings Suggest Consolidation to Continue Throughout 2015

By Wednesday, January 21, 2015

While the stock market’s trading action has been pretty subdued, even in the face of fourth-quarter earnings, the ma… Read More


Oil Stocks: Top Value Sector for Investors Right Now

By Monday, January 19, 2015

So far, this earnings season is unfolding similar to the previous three quarters of 2014. Companies are typically only… Read More


CSX, Railroad Stocks Report Decent 4Q14 Growth; More to Come

By Friday, January 16, 2015

Railroad stocks are always good barometers on overall business conditions and the economy. Keeping up with railroads… Read More


Why Positive Large-Cap Earnings Don’t Suggest a Strong Stock Market in 2015

By Wednesday, January 14, 2015

After a slow start to the reporting season, large-cap companies are peppering the Street with good numbers. The stock m… Read More


Early 4Q14 Earnings News Suggests Slow 2015

By Monday, January 12, 2015

Financial reports are trickling in, and it’s exactly what the market needs—a fresh dose of news, straight from the… Read More


Five Hot Restaurant Stocks for 2015

By Friday, January 9, 2015

With weak oil prices having taken the wind out of investor sentiment, you might wonder which stocks might still have upw… Read More


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