Turning Sun and Water into Gas? — Stock Gumshoe Daily Update

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Jan. 28, 2014

Greetings, Gumshoe readers!

Christian DeHaemer is telling us in his latest ads that “a technology that can convert air, sunlight, coal and even water into gas is the equivalent of a cure for cancer!” 
And, of course, that he's found just such a company.  So who's he pitching?  Worth a look?   for today's new story and we'll check it out together.
Or if you missed the blind squirrel, just read on …


The Death of Credit Cards

The plastic in your wallet is about to go the way of the typewriter, the VCR, and the 8-track tape player. When it does, a handful of investors could stand to get very rich. You can join them – but you must act now. An eye-opening new presentation reveals the full story on why your credit card is about to be worthless – and highlights one little-known company sitting at the epicenter of an earth-shaking movement that could hand early investors the kind of profits we haven't seen since the dot-com days. to watch this stunning video!



Jim Skelton, “The Blind Squirrel,” came back with part two of his story for us yesterday, you can check that out here.  Jim spins a good tale, so I won't summarize it for you here — but there are some nice thinking points for all of us when it comes to hubris, margin, honesty, and the unpredictable nature of the financial markets.   

(If you missed part one of Jim Skelton's piece on Kurt and his ambitions, you can catch that initial installment here.)



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