Porter Stansberry

Porter Stansberry founded Stansberry & Associates Investment Research, a private publishing company based in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1999. His monthly newsletter, Stansberry’s Investment Advisory, deals with safe value investments poised to give subscribers years of exceptional returns. Mr. Stansberry oversees a staff of investment analysts whose expertise ranges from value investing to insider trading to short selling. Together, he and his research team do exhaustive amounts of real-world, independent research. They’ve visited more than 200 companies in order to find the best low-risk investments in the world. Prior to launching Stansberry & Associates Research, Mr. Stansberry was the first American editor of the Fleet Street Letter, the oldest English-language financial newsletter.

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Porter Stansberry’s Investment Advisory

Every month in his Investment Advisory newsletter, Stansberry & Associates Investment Research founder Porter Stansberry alerts his subscribers to several types of investments: 1) “No Risk” stocks that represent ultra-safe, long-term investments 2) “Next Boom” recommendations that feature undervalued stocks poised for growth, 3)...
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Keysight Technologies (KEYS)

As of November last year, Agilent’s (A) Electronic Measurement business unit is now traded as a brand-new public company—Keysight Technologies (KEYS). Keysight’s three main business segments are Aerospace/Defense; Communications; and Industrial, Computer, Semiconductor. Keysight currently invests more than 12% of its revenues in which...
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Anadarko Petroleum (APC)

Today’s new buy idea is a U.S. energy company that’s aggressively growing in a range of energy-related sectors, including exploration, production and transportation. Anadarko Petroleum (APC) from Porter Stansberry’s Investment Advisory This month, we’re recommending oil and gas producer Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE: APC). Anadarko is of...
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Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI)

“In the full two years since [its 2008 creation by] merger, this company produced $4.2 billion in gross profit. That’s revenues minus the cost of sales—before all operating costs and capital investments. In those same two years, this company distributed $2.1 billion to in...
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