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Starbucks vs. IBM ... which stock is the better investment?

Dear Reader,

Please check out the special message below from our sister company Weiss Educational Services.

It's about a little-known Wall Street loophole that shows you how to pick winning stocks that outperform the market, and the great Warren Buffett — WITHOUT TRADING.

We highly recommend you check out their important message below. 

The Money and Markets Team

Weiss Educational Services
Empowering and Educating Individual Investors Since 1971

Fellow Investor,

I'm about to show you a chart that could forever change how you invest.

It lists the 2010 Return on Equity or ROE values for IBM and Starbucks. Based on these values, which stock would you have picked for your portfolio?

Break the Buffett Code

Not surprisingly, most investors would pick IBM.

Now, I'm going to add values derived from a little-known Wall Street loophole.

Break the Buffett Code

This paints a completely different picture. Based on the loophole values, Starbucks is the stock that should have been in your portfolio.

So, which value was right?

As the graph below shows, Starbucks was the clear winner. If you could have purchased Starbucks stock in 2010, you would have seen roughly 300% gains ...

... which means a $10,000 investment would now be worth $40,000.

Beware of Book Value or Owners' Equity

Beware of Book Value or Owners' Equity chart

But if you had followed the Wall Street way, using the traditional ROE and bought IBM stock ... you would now be in the hole.

And this is just one of many examples I could show you.

In fact, between 2002 and 2015, a portfolio of stocks selected using this loophole saw 329% in gains ... even with the 2008 market crash. And there was no trading and no risky investments involved.

Watch this new video to get all the details on this portfolio and the loophole that uncovers these money-making stocks.

Good Investing,

Nick Moccia
Publisher
Weiss Educational Services

P.S. If you had invested $100,000 into this portfolio in 2002, you would now have $429,000 in your bank account ... with mostly S&P 500 stocks and without having to watch your account every day. Click here to see how this little-known loophole can help grow your money ... even in this market.

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