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Sir John's wisdom lives on: While our spiritual and financial pathfinder Sir John Templeton ( left ) exchanging ideas with editor Bob Flaherty has "gone home" as Sir John called dying, his wisdom lives on. Look globally in every country for bargains. Seek the least popular and bests buys as measured by comparative price- earnings ratios and other value screens. Be contrarian. When nearly everyone thinks and acts quarterly, have the discipline to look out at least three years and buy what will become popular again. Take profits and invest some of your gains in new bargains. Be humble! When you make a mistake admit it as quickly as possible. Diversify by industry, investment style and especially geographic region. In this unpredictable world, no more than 25% of your equity holdings should be invested in the stocks of any one country, especially your own. Don't sit on too much cash. Remember you will never live to see a year when a U.S. dollar will buy in December as much as it did in January! Above all, be optimistic for the long run. Don't waste time worrying. In the short run try to turn every negative into a positive. Stress positive thinking! Have purpose. Everyday focus on what is positive and productive. See opportunities you would of missed. Happiness can not be found by seeking it directly. It is a by product of living a life of serving others.
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International investors flew from Medellin over 500 miles deeper toward the Columbian border with Ecuador before transferring to military helicopters which landed guided by brush fires lit by heavily armed soldiers. Everyone exiting, including South American Gold President Ray De Motte (left) and Editor Bob Flaherty (right) , was ordered to keep moving quickly because FARC guerillas were rumored to be in the area. Next came a bumpy winding ride up around a mountain to South American Gold's (SAGD.OB) initial Santacruz Gold Project in the least explored most dangerous and therefore least picked over part of Columbia. Alas SAGD terminated the venture but the ride was fun.
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In December we ended the
old year by trying an experiment and getting spectacular response.
We featured enhanced CEO conference presentations to very small
groups in highly readable old Forbes
short story style snapshots. Then
our sister Flaherty Financial News Newsletter #40 sent these
profiles out to over 10.8 million opt-in online investors.
Over 734,400 opt-in investors opened our issue for a 6.8% open
rate. We had 17,985 click-thrus
(double counting those who clicked on more than one link) and 12,734
unique single person click-thrus.
January 2, 2014
Keating Capital, Inc.: A Smart Way to Play the IPO Boom!
The portfolio of closed-end fund Keating Capital (Nasdaq: KIPO) is bursting with 15 private pre-IPO investments being groomed to go public within two years. Following a mid-year, error-riddled case for a short on the stock and a disappointing December rights offering, Keating has become a classic special situation. Shares yield 8% and sell at a 20% discount to our estimated fund net asset value. In a hot new issue market, Keating has explosive upside with many of its holdings aiming for IPOs in 2014 and more in 2015.
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Companies With Archived Coverage:
Acadia Healthcare (ACHC), formerly PHC, Inc. d/b/a Pioneer Behavioral Health, Accelerize New Media Inc. (ACLZ), Advanced Cell Technology, (ACTC), A.K. Transneft (TRNFP.ME), Apple Computer (AAPL), ARX Gold Corp, formerly Daulton Capital (DUCP), Astex Pharmaceuticals (ASTX), Bard Ventures Ltd. (CBS.V), BioSante Pharmaceuticals (BPAX), Bio Specific Technologies (BSTC), Bovie Medical (BVX), Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. (CETV), China Auto Logistics Inc. (CALI), China Life Insurance Co. (LFC), China Petroleum & Chemical: (SNP), Cloud Peak Energy (CLD), ComCam International-suspended in FBI sting, Corcept Therapeutics (Nasdaq:CORT), Dent Tactical ETF (now closed formerly NYSE)*, Digital River (DRIV), DiMi Telematics International (DIMI), Dr. Reddy's Laboratories LTD. (RDY), Dynavax Technologies (DVAX), El Nino Ventures (ELN.V), Eurasian Minerals (EMXX), Fair Isaac Corp. (FICO), Ferrovial SA (FER), Fire River Gold (FAU.V), FluoroPharma (FPCI), Fund.com Inc. (FNDM)*, majority owner of Advisor Shares Investments, LLC., FTI Consulting Inc. (NYSE:FCN), GAMCO Westwood SmallCap Equity Fund (WESCX), GAM Holdings (SIX:GAM), Generex Biotechnology corp. (GNBT), GEROVA Financial Corp. (formerly NYSE)*, Grizzly Discoveries Corp. (GZD.V), Hangover Joe’s (HJOE), Hollsys Automation Technologies (HOLI), Housing Development Finance Corp of India (BSE:HDFC), Home BancShares (HOMB), Idera Pharmaceuticals, (IDRA), InterCore Energy (ICOR) , Internap Network Services Corp. (INAP), Interpublic Group (NYSE:IPG), InVivo Therapeutics (NVIV), iShares MSCI Brazil (EWZ), ITEX Corp. (ITEX), Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), Kandi Technologies Corp. (KNDI), Lithium Exploration (LEXG), Madison Square Garden (MSG), Magnit (LSE:MGNT), Mandalay Digital Group, (MNDL), Woof, Woof for Mantra Venture Group (MVTG), Mars Hill Global Relative Value ETF (GRV)*, Matthews Asia Dividend Fund (MAPIX), Matthews China Fund (MCHFX), Matthews India Fund (MINDX), McGrath Rentcorp (MGRC), Mediware Information Systems (MEDW), MELA Sciences Inc. (MELA), formerly Electro-Optical, Microsoft (MSFT), Mission NewEnergy Ltd. (ASX:MBT), NeoStem (NBS), Next Gen Metals, Inc. (N.V), Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (NAK), OncoSec Medical Inc. (ONCS), OvaScience, Pacific North West Capital (PFN.TO), PCMall (MALL), Perma-Fix Environmental Services, (PESI), Pool Corp. (Nasdaq:POOL), Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. (NYSE:PPD) Beats the Abusive Shorts! Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc. , PuraMed BioScience (PMBS), RENN Global Entrepreneurs Fund ( RCG), Rofin-Sinar Technologies (RSTI), Rick’s Cabaret (Nasdaq:RICK), Sarepta Technologies (SRPT), SciClone Pharmaceuticals, (SCLN), The Phoenix Companies (PNX), TTK Prestige Ltd., (Bombay Stock Exchange: SETTKPres), USA Technologies (USAT), U.S. Corp. (USCS), Viterra Inc. (VT.TO), WCM/BNY Mellon Focused Growth ADR ETF (NYSE:AADR)*and Zagg Inc. (ZAGG).
* See our February 2, 2011 “Mission completed!” the concluding issue of our 12 Part Expose “The Invisible Man Returns: Jason Galanis Reappears with the first ever actively managed ETF IPOs” October 4, 2009.
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