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Boston finance professor goes public with biggest investment breakthrough of the 21st century

 

 

Harvard guest lecturer who charges hedge funds $100,000 a year for his research shares new way to look at stocks. 

At a glance, Joel Litman is a modest professor from Cambridge, Mass. But he recently unveiled a radical creation that’s caught the attention of 9 of the world’s top 10 money managers. 

For decades, Prof. Litman worked as an ordinary accountant. He worked for two of the original authors of the GAAP Guide, known as the “accountant’s bible.”

But while working at PricewaterhouseCoopers, he made a career-changing discovery about the reported earnings numbers for more than 5,000 stocks, and a backdoor way to profit.


Prof. Litman at Harvard Business Club, Boston

Since then, he’s attracted more than half of the world’s 300 biggest money managers. 

He recommended Advanced Micro Devices in Barron’s, shortly before the stock rose 1,100%. Among many other 100% gainers.   

At the urging of his colleagues, Prof. Litman has agreed to go public.

Today, he’s sharing exactly how his discovery works. Including details on one particular stock he predicts could soon rise 100% or more.

“Just don’t expect to hear about this form of analysis from Wall Street,” Prof. Litman says. “They’ll do everything within their power to keep this a secret from everyday Americans.”

To see Prof. Litman’s discovery, simply click here to watch his presentation. You’ll hear about his #1 favorite stock for 2020.

Hidden Alpha is a monthly research service written by Professor Joel Litman, and focused on finding companies whose TRUE profits and earnings are hidden from 99% of other investors.  Using this proprietary uniform accounting datasets, Hidden Alpha targets well-known stocks that could still have significant upside.

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