The Next Warren Buffett?
This could be your second chance to turn $10,000 into $6 Million (or more)
If you invested $10,000 with Warren Buffett in 1964 you’d now be worth more than $200 million. Unfortunately, Warren Buffett now manages so much money, his best growth days are behind him. His returns over the past decade have barely managed to beat the S&P 500.
Shelby Davis turned $50,000 of his wife’s money into $900 million over a 47-year period prior to passing away. Not coincidentally, Shelby Davis was an acquaintance of Warren Buffett’s father.
It’s no accident that both of these legendary investors used the same investing approach to achieve their fortunes. They identified underappreciated value stocks with hidden growth potential and parlayed them into incredible wealth.
We’re proud to introduce a value investor that’s taken the same approach with equally impressive results. The best part is, he’s just getting started.
While we can’t promise you’ll turn $10,000 into $100 million, I’m sure you’d be happy if you did half as well.
You’d be able to retire early, buy the vacation home of your dreams, take care of your children for life and make a significant impact to your favorite charities. Imagine how different your life could be.
The Value Investor That’s Quietly Crushing the Returns of the S&P 500
The key to amassing an investing fortune is finding great investors early in their careers, when they’re not managing too much money. All you have to do is jump aboard the money train with them as the conductor. Here’s a value investor that fits that description.
During a difficult decade for value investing, The Worthington Stock Letters highlighted stocks beat the S&P 500 by an average of over 5% and Warren Buffett by 4% annually over the last decade.
While an additional 5% a year might not seem like much, that extra edge adds up very quickly, as you saw by the returns of Shelby Davis and Warren Buffett. It’s the difference between an average retirement and a spectacular retirement, potentially adding millions to your retirement account over the years.
The Worthington Triple Play – How to Get Wealthy Investing in Value Stocks
Michael Worthington didn’t become successful by happenstance. He distilled the teachings of value investing legends Shelby Davis and Warren Buffett among others, into a set of investing rules for finding winning stocks. He then repeats the process over and over leading to some incredible gains for his subscribers.
Michael went beyond the Davis Double Play, to create what he termed “The Worthington Triple Play”. We think it should be called the Worthington Home Run as it adds two components to the Davis Double Play and home run would be more representative of the results.
Here is the foundation for Worthington’s success.
1) “If you discover a low P/E stock with the potential for long-term earnings improvement, you’ve found yourself a gold mine.”- Michael Worthington
Shelby Davis attributed his success to what he referred to as the “Davis Double Play”. The Davis Double Play consisted of investing in low-P/E stocks that didn’t reflect their true earnings potential. As the company increased its earnings, investors bid up the P/E multiple, ensuring non-linear out sized gains for the stock price.
It’s a simple formula to follow in theory, but the Davis Double Play is quite difficult to successfully implement in practice. If you don’t do it right, you end up in a lot of value traps with your capital tied up in under-performing assets. Michael will help you steer clear of those value traps.
2) “You can get away with investing in companies with high levels of debt in the short-term during economic expansion. In the long-term, investing in those types of companies will destroy your portfolio.” Michael Worthington
Students of the markets are familiar with Warren Buffett’s recommendation to only invest in companies with a clear competitive advantage in the market. What the majority of investors don’t pay attention to is the ‘Buffett Inflation Moat’ as Michael Worthington likes to call it.
Warren Buffett illustrates this perfectly with the example of his purchase of See’s Candy. In 1972 See’s Candies was earning $2 million in revenue on $8 million in net tangible assets. He compared the performance of See’s Candy to a company earning the same $2 million but requiring $18 million in net tangible assets.
Both companies generate the same earnings and have similar cash flows which causes investors to value them the same. But what happens over time when inflation doubles the price of goods?
See’s Candies will require an additional $8 million in net tangible assets to earn an additional $2 million in sales. The second company needs an additional $18 million in net tangible assets to generate the same additional $2 million in sales. As inflation rises, the second company must invest more than twice the money for net tangible assets which means it will earn lower rates of return and have less money to return to shareholders.
This helps illustrate why using only price-to-earnings and earnings per share can be very missleading. A less sophisticated investor will fall for these value traps and be left scratching their head, wondering why they’re not making money. Michael deftly avoids these value traps for his subscribers and focuses on value stocks whose best growth days are still ahead of them.
3) If you can catch the “meat of a stock move” and repeat the process year over year, you’ll never want for money due to the power of compounding returns.” – Michael Worthington“
The easiest way to make big money in the stock market is to buy a stock when you have highest probability of catching the majority or “meat” of a stock price move in the shortest amount of time and repeating the process over and over.
When Michael Worthington presents a stock, his valuation models are anticipating a 20- 25% upside return within a 12-month period. Sure, he gets plenty of stocks that double in price in 12 months or less, but he’s not swinging for home runs. He then repeats this process over and over, leveraging the power of compounded returns to achieve stellar results.
Michael is more concerned about eliminating big losses than going after big wins. Consistent returns and eliminating big losses are two of the biggest keys to beating the market while being able to sleep well at night.
“My ultimate goal is to maximize returns with the least amount of risk, that’s the true measure of investment success”– Michael Worthington
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Some of the brightest doctors, lawyers and finance professionals have dedicated a good portion of their lives to beating the stock market but continue to fail. They’ve read the top investing books, bought the most expensive software, paid for high-end coaching and still lag the market.
Along the way they’ve given up pleasurable hobbies and sacrificed time away from their family and friends.
You don’t have to do that to beat the market and retire wealthy.
It takes hundreds of hours to research companies, construct financial models, stay on top of company news, follow industry trends, analyze management and scour 10Qs and 10Ks for nuggets of priceless information.
If you don’t have the time or inclination to do that, you can sit back and let the team of professionals at the Worthington Stock Letter do all that hard work for you. Leveraging technology and staff, they’re able to unearth value stocks with an upcoming catalyst in place that give you a great chance to experience eye popping returns over the next 12-24 months.
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The Worthington Stock Letter is different. The Worthington Stock Letter hands you winning undervalued stocks that aren’t found in the headlines. The big winners you’ll miss because they’re not on your radar – that’s value.
1) You’ll get exclusive access to the best value and dividend stock recommendations, the same ones that have consistently outperformed the stock market averages and other top-rated newsletters.
When Michael Worthington presents a stock, he’s expecting a 20- 25% gain in a 12-month period. Sure, you’ll get plenty of 100% gains but he’s not swinging for home runs. Worthington is more concerned about eliminating big losses. This is one of the biggest keys to beating the market while still be able to sleep well at night.
2) Who said value investing was dull? Highlighted stocks have included Priceline (PCLN), NetEase (NTES), Stamps.com (STMP), Tower Semiconductor Ltd. (TSEM), Orbotech Ltd. (ORBK) and others too numerous to mention that doubled in price in less than a year (and went on to much bigger gains from there).
Any stock newsletter can get lucky a couple times. Instead, focus on the overall results that you can obtain in relation to the risk you’re taking. In that sense, The Worthington Stock Letter is almost unbeatable.
3) You’ll receive a complete analysis of highlighted stocks including buy and sell prices to help maximize profits.
One mistake many value investors make is getting into a stock too early which ties up their capital, thus limiting their potential returns. Another is getting into a stock too late or staying in a stock too long and watching helplessly as profits disappear. Worthington’s proprietary technical indicators will help you avoid those traps and keep more of your hard-earned money.
4) You can spend hundreds of hours doing the research yourself or save your sanity and time by letting us do all the work for you.
The Worthington requirements are so stringent and the research so thorough, that on average only 10-20 new stocks will qualify in any given year. Essentially, you’re only paying $10-$20 a stock recommendation for all that work, which turns out to be pennies on the dollar for all the research you receive.
5) In addition to our highlighted stocks you’ll be granted access to an actual stock portfolio. You typically don’t find this feature except in ultra-expensive newsletters costing you $1,000 to $5,000 a year.
The sample portfolio provides buy and sell prices along with the number of shares to be bought and sold. You’ll know exactly what to do and when. No guessing on your part or having to figure it out on your own. Providing a portfolio is one aspect that separates the amateurs from the professionals.
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Why It’s Vital We Limit This Offer
We want to make sure that our members returns aren’t diminished while their money grows exponentially. Therefore, we track the price moves of stocks The Worthington Stock Letter recommends. We want the same advantage for our members that Warren Buffett, Shelby Davis and Peter Lynch had when they first started out.
At some point, the growth of our members money will start affecting returns. It happens to every newsletter and investment fund. Then we’ll close the opportunity to join The Worthington Stock Letter for new members. We see that coming in the short-term, but we’re not quite there yet.
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*Here’s the required legal disclaimer. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Results will vary by individual due to price fills, commissions, taxes paid and timing of purchases and sales. Performance was calculated by holding highlighted stocks for 12 months, buying and selling at the month end closing price and holding an equal amount in each stock. There are periods of time where growth and momentum stocks will outperform Value and Dividend stocks. We cannot and therefore make no guarantees that our subscribers will beat the returns of the S&P 500, Wilshire 5000 or other investing indices and newsletters by investing in stocks listed in the Worthington Stock Letter.