we also made profits of:
on Lucent Technologies*
on Legato Systems
on Applied Micro*
on Network Associates
* Using a 50% margin.
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After all, when you know a stock is going to crash
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The only mistake Martha allegedly made was getting
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COMPANY #1 ... We've already made 76%
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another software company whose stock is ready to
take a dive. Return on invested capital has
plummeted, from 179% in fiscal 2002 to just 7.9% in
fiscal 2003. Net income is down 72% -- from $13.7
million to $3.9 million -- during the same period.
Selling for 73 times trailing 12-month earnings and
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Return on investment is at a 3-year low -- an anemic
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COMPANY #5 ... This luxury hotel
chain blames lackluster year-end results on SARS and
the hurricane in Bermuda, but rapidly deteriorating
fundamentals show that the damage goes much deeper.
In one year, gross margins fell from 35.3% to 22.8%,
while operating cash flow dropped from $58.6 million
to $42.7 million, a decline of 27.1%. Net income is
also down 43%.
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"the next Enrons" before other
investors even hear about them
Bruce Gulliver, Editor of Torpedo Watch, is
one of the most highly respected "quantitative
analysts" in the business.
Quantitative analysts are numbers guys, hired
by portfolio managers, to perform due diligence
checks on the stocks they own or intend to own.
Over the past 14 years, Bruce -- a Ph.D. in finance
and a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) -- has
refined his methods to develop a 5-point ratings
system that spots disasters-in-waiting with uncanny
accuracy. He regularly speaks at meetings of the
prestigious Association for Investment Management
and Research on how to detect financial problems in
publicly traded corporations.
Institutional subscribers who acted on Bruce's
Alerts earned stellar returns by going short on our
troubled companies. Including:
profit on the sudden plunge of
profit when Tyco tanked.
profit when AOL went belly up.
profit on the fall of WorldCom.
profit on the Enron scandal.*
What does Bruce look for when searching for the next
Enron or ImClone?
"Overvaluation becomes an issue when the stock
price gets ahead of its fundamentals," says
Bruce. "This is often due to investors
believing that the company fundamentals will keep
growing at a faster rate than its competitors,
market, or industry.
"The downward spike in price after
overvaluation can be sudden and often violent,
significantly damaging portfolios and offering
opportunities to make money by shorting
Other key warnings signs Torpedo Watch alerts
Aggressive accounting has become a
serious problem in recent years -- and is
often missed by investors because it requires
sweat and toil to decipher the financial
Deteriorating financial conditions can
be present even if a company is showing strong
revenues and earnings. Example: failure to
disclose off-balance-sheet items.
A significant change in operating
performance, such as the sudden loss of
a competitive advantage, can quickly cause a
stock price to fall as the company is forced
to lower gross and operating margins to
remain viable. Example: A biotech (like
ImClone) that disappoints Wall Street when
its promising new drug isn't approved by the
For instance, when auditors discovered that HPL
Technologies had overstated revenue by recording $28
million in sales that never happened, the stock fell
from $14 to 10 cents within 3 months.
Or take Xerox, which inflated its revenue by booking
deals before they were signed, and then keeping
those pre-booked deals on the records even when they
Within 5 months, Xerox's share price fell from $59
to $5, a loss of 91%. Investors holding 1,000 shares
of Xerox when this happened lost a whopping 54
When Bruce spots troubles like these in his
quantitative analysis, he knows the stock is in
trouble and issues a warning -- so you can either
purge it from your portfolio or take a short
On the other hand, if the indicators in his 5-point
rating system are strong and vibrant, Bruce will
issue a "buy" recommendation.
And you don't have to wait years to collect your
profits. Many of our trades close in months, even
Just look at some of the fast
profits you would have made in 2003 following
Bruce's Torpedo Watch trading
Kemet Corp., 15.43%
profit in 2 months
profit in 2 weeks
J2 Global Communications, 44.49%
profit in 5 weeks
Krispy Kreme, 14.04%
profit in 5 weeks
Enpro Industries, 30.46%
profit in 2 weeks
profit in one week
Wet Seal, 22.81%
profit in 6 weeks
As for ImClone, Bruce issued a warning on the
stock in the fourth quarter of 2001, telling his
clients to "stay away" from this troubled
Shortly after that, ImClone began its long downward
spiral, falling from $62.80 on 12/24/01 to $16.29 on
12/25/02 -- a drop of 74%.
If you had owned 1,000 shares of ImClone, you would
have lost more than $46,000. But clients who heeded
Bruce's warning got away clean -- without Martha
Stewart's legal liability.
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becomes $7.5 million
Of course, when you have a list of stocks about to
be "torpedoed" by the market, the obvious
move is to make sure you don't hold them in your
That way, when they sink, you won't lose a dime.
But the real profit opportunity for Torpedo
Watch subscribers is in shorting those
stocks Bruce predicts are going to fall hard, fast,
||If you'd shorted Enron at
$90, you could have turned $25,000 into a
staggering $7.5 million!
||If you'd known to short
WorldCom when its stock was flying high at
$65, you could have turned $25,000 into an
astonishing $3.1 million.
||If you'd shorted a thousand
shares of Cisco at $65, you would have
pocketed $55,000 when it plunged to $10.
||If you'd shorted Lucent at
$40, you could have turned $25,000 into $2.4
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$1 trillion man
Bruce Gulliver started his work in identifying
torpedo companies 8 years ago while providing
proactive research services to help professional
money managers avoid being caught with their pants
down when big stocks crashed hard.
More than 50 top money managers with a total of $1
trillion under management have paid Dr. Bruce
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He has helped them make:
profit on McKesson Corp.
on Lands End
on U.S. Airways Group
profit on Raytheon
profit on JCPenney Co.
on Fruit of the Loom
In 2002, I convinced Bruce to offer this same
research to individual investors at a price they
could afford ... and Torpedo Watch was
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When it was announced that Enron applied six
"accounting techniques" to make it appear
that the company was earning money, the share price
fell from $90 to 11 cents -- a 99.8% loss in 3
Or take AES Corp., which allegedly conspired to
cause a shortage of power during the California
energy crisis, thus driving up the price of
electricity. Once the accusation became public,
stock price fell from over $70 to below $1.
when the Rigas family was indicted in July of 2002
on charges of securities, wire, and bank fraud,
Adelphia's stock price fell from $31.71 to 9 cents a
The political fallout from Enron, Adelphia, Cendant,
GE, and others has created a crackdown on corporate
accounting and governance that's going to cause many
more corporations stumble...and send their share
As Bruce Gulliver explains, "As long as
management is motivated by higher stock price, you
are not likely to totally eliminate aggressive
accounting and fraudulent reporting. As long as
markets are competitive, there will always be big
winners -- and big losers."
The facts support his conclusion: From 1995 to 2002,
filing of securities class action suits against
public companies rose approximately 47%.
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