Rather than focus on small-cap penny dreadful stocks that sometimes make investors a fortune (but more often lose it), the newsletter looks for Blue Chip stocks at bargain prices. Large, financially sound companies sometimes fall out of favor with investors – which is when we recommend them! – but inevitably recover. While you are waiting, they tend to pay generous dividends as along the way.
Developed over 30 years of watching the markets, these criteria are a simple and proven way to find the financial quality of a company and the value of its shares. MIR’s Watch Lists of companies that meet the highest number of these criteria have outperformed the markets significantly over the past two decades. In addition, each newsletter contains articles that tell you what is really going on in the world economy, financial markets, society, and geopolitics.