A Bonus “Heatseekers” Pick for You… Out of the Goodness of My Heart

In case you’ve been living under a rock the past week, here’s a link to the Heatseekers video I released on Wednesday. It will tell you in fascinating detail how I use baseball metrics to generate my, so far, undefeated track record (and how you can do the same thing).

“Heatseekers” are All-Star stocks at bargain prices, and I sift through a very exacting set of criteria to find them.

This weekend, I want to give you a glimpse into how that process works…the kinds of recommendations I make for Heatseekers…how I pick them out…and what makes them special.

Perhaps most impressive, in order to illustrate the process, I am giving you a “bonus” pick, absolutely for free, right here.

Now, this isn’t an official “Heatseekers” pick – you won’t find it in our official portfolio – but it fits my “WAR” and “Cost of WAR” criteria – and it serves as a great example of the kind of “hidden gems” that we look for.

If you buy this, you’ll be a very happy camper over the next few months.

Stop Being Poor (It’s Not As Hard As You Think)

I grew up poorer than dirt, and I hated every minute of it.

Now, I’ll always be a redneck at heart. I love to jump in the truck and spend a day at the range with my wife and son blowing holes in targets, and I spend a lot of time watching baseball with a nice bourbon at my side.

But now that I’ve figured out the secret of Heatseekers, I’m a rich redneck. And that’s the way I like it.

By now, I hope you’ve watched the crazy video I posted last night. (If you haven’t, it’s right here.)

35,000 people just tuned in to watch this. And I showed them how baseball – of all things – can help anyone identify hidden gems in the market, quit being poor, and grab your chance to start being rich.

It worked for me. And it can work for you, too.

I’ve spent a long time reading, studying, and learning on my own – not in college or at business school, but from books and real-life experience. I figured out early on that Wall Street research departments were writing marketing fluffery and not serious stock picks, and I was on my own when it came to figuring out how all this really works.

Let me tell you a little more about the detective work that led me to a very unconventional fortune