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Welcome to 2023’s ‘Punter’s Paradise’
You won’t read much about these companies in the mainstream press — until it’s too late.
Why smaller, unknown stocks can disrupt the status quo and make a big difference to your overall investment strategy.
Thousands of people trust Sam to deliver high quality, fully vetted stock recommendations.
Small stocks are risky. But over time, they’ve outperformed large caps by five to one.
Right now, some of Britain’s most exciting, innovative, small companies are trading at deep discounts compared to last year.
There are thousands of these small-cap stocks trading in London every single day.
Somewhere… amongst them… are Britain’s next monster stocks.
The kind of stocks that could double, triple or more… and go on to become well known household names.
The challenge for every small stock investor is how to find them!
No one can know precisely which ones they will be.
And the fact that any share sells for pennies on the pound tells you there is a whole load of risk built into these investments.
That’s why this is a real ‘punter’s paradise’.
The rewards are high, and so are the stakes.
The question is, how do you manage those risks, while getting exposure to some of the most compelling trades on the market this year?
Well… it’s all in a new video by one of the most widely followed stock pickers in Britain… Sam Volkering.SIGN ME UP!
Specifically, you’ll discover four small UK-listed firms.
If this analysis is correct, each has the potential to make big money.
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In some cases, very big money.
That’s a tall claim.
But the numbers back Sam up here.
Between 1966 and 2019, small cap shares beat their large cap counterparts by five to one.
That’s according to a multi-year Schroeder’s study.
That’s because small stocks are hard wired with ‘wealth accelerating’ potential – the kind of potential that could turn a small stake into a lot more in the years to come.
Just like ASOS did, back in 2008.
If you’d ‘gone shopping’ after the great financial crisis, you could have snapped up shares in ASOS for a nose under £2.50.
Six years later, they changed hands for £69!
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That’s more than twenty times your money.
If you can pick the right stocks — and get your timing right — it’s possible to make eye-watering profits in a very short time.
Of course, not every stock performs like that.
But this is exactly what Sam is aiming to find.
In his latest video, you’ll learn about four brilliant, tiny companies.
You won’t hear about these stocks on CNBC… and it’s unlikely you’ll read about them in The Financial Times or on Bloomberg.
For example, you’ll learn about…
Every single one of these stocks has huge potential.
And yet you’re highly unlikely to read about them in the mainstream press — until it’s too late.
Today, you have the chance to get the full story before most other investors.
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Sam has been investing in stocks since he was 12 years old. He specialises in high risk, high potential reward investing – finding the next big thing before the crowd. And he’s good at it. He bought bitcoin at just $12. And for more than a decade he’s helped his readers invest in small stocks with big potential…
Artificial intelligence is booming – and growing at an insane speed. Everyone is looking for the smart way to play things. But very few have cottoned on to what this rapidly growing UK tech firm is doing. It’s already doubled its revenues in six of the last seven years… just wait until you see what comes next.
It’s one of the world’s riskiest… and yet most exciting… market sectors. Get it right and you can make a fortune in the blink of an eye. Get it wrong and you can take big losses. Sam reveals the one stock he says is doing all the right things…
Imagine this. You take household rubbish, bound for landfill… and turn it into jet fuel. It’s not science fiction. It’s current reality. And this tiny company is right at the forefront…
This one is risky. No doubt about it. But Sam says if it comes off… it could deliver the biggest financial return of his career. Here’s why…
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Full risk analysis
These stocks are HIGH RISK. Let’s be grown up about that.
They’re small. They’re fast moving. They can double or halve in short order. So if you don’t enjoy volatility, think twice.
There are no guarantees they’ll succeed, either. That’s the whole point. If they were “sure things”... well, they’d be part of a novel or TV series, because sure things don’t exist in real life.
That’s why you should only ever invest money you can afford to lose.
But don't worry, our experts will give you a full analysis of the risks involved in any stock pick — in simple English, with no jargon.SIGN ME UP!
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Small cap shares - Shares recommended are small company shares. These can be relatively illiquid meaning they are hard to trade and can have a large bid/offer spread. If you need to sell soon after you bought, you might get back less that you paid. This makes them riskier than other investments. Small companies may not pay a dividend.
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Five year performance of ASOS: 2018 -66.09% | 2019 +48.13% | 2020 +41.80% | 2021 -50.01% | 2022 -78.65%