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They Can’t Hire Fast Enough

March 16, 2012, 9:42 am

» The Great Recovery:  They Can’t Hire Fast Enough

During the Great Recession, auto parts makers slashed tens of thousands of jobs, hundreds went bankrupt, revenues plummeted 40%. But in yet another sign of our continuing economic recovery, auto parts makers are booming.

As they struggle to keep up with demand, they are adding night shifts and simply can’t hire fast enough as they add tens of thousands of new workers to their payrolls. It’s just one more sign this economic recovery is real.

 Watch Out! DOW 14,000 Here We Come

There is a dramatic shift in the underlying economic fundamentals that you just cannot ignore. The bottom line is simple: We’re on the way to DOW 14,000. So it’s time to get off the sidelines, and get in on our rising stocks. If you wait any longer, you’ll miss our next great profit run. Act today and grab your share of the 40%, 50%, even 80% profits ahead.


» The Most Innovative Companies

Innovation is what makes GameChangers tick—and the key to our market-stomping profits. Check out the 50 most innovative companies on the planet. The top 5 are the usual suspects (Apple, Google, Amazon, etc.) but keep reading and you’ll discover some absolutely fascinators innovators that are changing the way we live, work and play.

Stocks Breakout… Are You Ready to Profit?

In just the first eleven weeks of the year, the S&P 500 has surged 12%, the NASDAQ has popped nearly 17%, and the Russell 2000 index of small-cap companies is ahead 12%. All are terrific gains, but our Breakout Stocks are doing even better—UP an average of 22% in the same time frame. It’s time to supercharge your portfolio with these low-priced stocks that are soaring!


» End of an Era

For all of the amazing ways technology improves our lives, there are casualties and consequences. This week computers, smartphones and tablets killed the encyclopedia. Encyclopedia Britannica announced it will no longer print those beautiful hard bound volumes we grew up with. I’m guessing the last 400 volumes they have left will quickly become collectibles!

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