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

Oil Prices: Where They’re Going and How to Profit From Them

By Friday, May 22, 2015

There is so much supply out there, oil prices could very well experience another material price correction, making the. Read More

Dividend-Paying Stocks for a Market at its High

By Wednesday, May 20, 2015

I still feel that dividend-paying stocks have the edge going forward. The stock market has already gone up tremendously. Read More

Best Micro-Cap Stocks for the Savvy Trader

By Monday, May 18, 2015

From dividend-paying blue chips to the best micro-cap stocks, it’s difficult to be a buyer in a market that just bounced. Read More

Oil Prices Down: Top 3 Stocks to Profit From This

By Friday, May 15, 2015

The one thing you can’t count on is the state of gold, silver, and oil prices. Commodities are inherently unreliable over. Read More

Stock Market Investing: A Little Company That Can Beat the Market

By Wednesday, May 13, 2015

An investor’s portfolio strategy has to change with the times. Stock market investing in a slow-growth world requires. Read More

Oil Prices: Did Their Drop Foresee a Stock Market Tumble?

By Monday, May 11, 2015

There’s been quite a bit of turmoil in global capital markets recently; and it’s evident in the bond market, the U.S.. Read More

Stock Market Investing in a Market About to Turn; What Kind of Stocks Should You Look at?

By Friday, May 8, 2015

Stock market investing is always a precarious endeavor. Investment risk with equities is consistently high on a short-. Read More

Dividend-Paying Stocks: Are They Too “Slow-Growth?”

By Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Countless earnings reports are still hitting the Street—and a lot of them are from dividend-paying stocks.It hasn’t. Read More

Two Large-Cap Biotech Stocks for a Slow-Growth Market

By Monday, May 4, 2015

The main market indices remain in consolidation, with the more speculative averages like the Russell 2000 and NASDAQ Biotechnology. Read More

Two Dividend-Paying Stocks That Can Beat the Market

By Friday, May 1, 2015

Now that we know that first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) was anemic and the Federal Reserve is thinking about changing. Read More


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