Lombardi Publishing was originally established in 1986 as an investment newsletter publisher offering stock market analysis to its readers…basically, the best stocks to buy. Today, we publish 25 paid-for investment letters most of which provide stock market analysis on the best stocks to buy. Profit Confidential is our daily free e-letter that goes to all our Lombardi Financial customers and to any investor who wishes to opt-in in to receive it. Written by Lombardi Financial editors who have been offering stock market analysis on the best stocks to buy to Lombardi customers, Profit Confidential provides a macro-picture on where the stock market is headed, what sectors are hot, what sectors to avoid, and the best stocks. Our two most recent and popular calls were telling investors to bail from stocks in 2007 and telling investors to jump back into the stock market in March of 2009. Timely stock market guidance that worked well for the Profit Confidential family of readers.
Google Inc. (NASDAQ/GOOG) traded above $800.00 on February 19, and I still can’t believe I missed out on an early investment opportunity when the stock first debuted at $100.00 in August 2004. The company has become the king of the Internet space and the favorite of retail and institutional investors in the equities market. In fact… Read More
Israel is the “Silicon Valley” of the Middle East. The country is not widely known as a place to find high-growth technology companies, but the reality is that this small and dynamic country of 7.9 million people, nestled on the Mediterranean Sea, is just that.
The country has the second largest number of start-up companies in the… Read More
I’m not a big eater of fast foods, but as a business, this market offers some good opportunities for investors, namely with the top three operators: McDonalds Corporation (NYSE/MCD), YUM! Brands, Inc. (NYSE/YUM!), and rising star Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE/CMG). The mainstay in the group is McDonalds, but YUM!, compris… Read More
When consumer spending on fast foods slows, you have to take note. This is the case with McDonalds Corporation (NYSE/MCD), a bellwether for the fast food industry, after the maker of the “Big Mac” reported some recent stalling in its global same-store revenues. The stock fell after the news of the slowing, but it has since rallied… Read More