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TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 27, 2018

With gold prices having retreated and with inflation in the air, gold is a great hedge for all the “what ifs” out there. This fund holds 35 different blue chips and the fund is currently trading at a 15% discount to the NAV of the holdings within it.

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ASA Ltd. (ASA-N)
April 27, 2018

With gold prices having retreated and with inflation in the air, gold is a great hedge for all the “what ifs” out there. This fund holds 35 different blue chips and the fund is currently trading at a 15% discount to the NAV of the holdings within it.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 27, 2018

(A Top Pick September 5/17 Up 12%) He still likes this, including the close to 4% yield. It is probably the “bluest” blue chip out there in the health sector.

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Pfizer Inc (PFE-N)
April 27, 2018

(A Top Pick September 5/17 Up 12%) He still likes this, including the close to 4% yield. It is probably the “bluest” blue chip out there in the health sector.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 27, 2018

(A Top Pick September 5/17 Up 17%) Investors are probably liking this better than Exxon (XOM-N), due to its cost cutting measures and development of LNG in Australia.

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Chevron Texaco (CVX-N)
April 27, 2018

(A Top Pick September 5/17 Up 17%) Investors are probably liking this better than Exxon (XOM-N), due to its cost cutting measures and development of LNG in Australia.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 27, 2018

(A Top Pick September 5/17 Down 41%) It has been a heart breaker, despite being the second largest holding by retail investors. The market cap loss last year has exceeded that of Bear-Sterns and Leeman combined. He is doubling down on his investment based on their recent earnings. It is still the 13th largest revenue generating company in the US. It is just a question of their focus. Going forward it is trading at less than 1 times revenue, so there is upside. Yield 3.3%.

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General Electric (GE-N)
April 27, 2018

(A Top Pick September 5/17 Down 41%) It has been a heart breaker, despite being the second largest holding by retail investors. The market cap loss last year has exceeded that of Bear-Sterns and Leeman combined. He is doubling down on his investment based on their recent earnings. It is still the 13th largest revenue generating company in the US. It is just a question of their focus. Going forward it is trading at less than 1 times revenue, so there is upside. Yield 3.3%.