Stansberry Research Looks Past Negative Buzz to Get at The Truth

Stansberry Research is well aware things aren’t always as they appear on the surface. According to them, regardless of all the negative buzz about Walmart these days the retailing giant is still well worth the risk. With Stansberry’s excellent record of success choosing profitable stocks, any advice from them is worth paying attention to.


From October 2006 to February 2015 Walmart enjoyed “recommended investment” status by Stansberry Research and shareholders did well. By 2015 Walmart’s growth rate slowed and of course this had a negative impact on valuation of stocks. Walmart may have lost its “recommended” status, but according to Porter Stansberry of Stansberry Research it is far from out of the game entirely.


Porter Stansberry founded the company in 1999 and has spent his time since then building Stansberry Research into what it is today. As publisher of financial newsletters offering solid investment advice, his company has earned the trust of thousands. At a time when some people can’t sell their stock fast enough, if Stansberry says it’s still potentially profitable many may decide to hang in there after all. (releasefact)


WalMart is just one example of what Stansberry can do with research, and sound fundamentals. He may appear to be unconventional at times, but when it comes to picking a winner, his magic touch can’t be denied. When a company drops nearly 10% in a single day like Walmart did that’s enough to scare most people off but even so, now that they are back on Stansberry’s “recommended” list, chances are their luck is about to turn for the better.


According to Stansberry, simply because the direction of the retail industry is heading towards online sales doesn’t necessarily make Amazon the biggest player. Approximately 90% of retail sales are still made at the actual store, not online. Even Amazon is cashing in on this trend by opening physical stores of their own, but they have a long way to go before they can even hope to match Walmart’s physical holdings.


Stansberry Research maintains a large subscriber base because investors have come to appreciate the results of the insightful, talented minds they have working for them, and know they can always expect the best financial advice possible. Stansberry’s skill to predict a crisis has saved many of them from ruin, and their policy of transparency in all that they do is comfortably reassuring.