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It's best to explain Undervalued-Shares.com by telling you what this website is NOT about:

  • You won't find reports about tiny, speculative companies that are illiquid and difficult to trade.
  • I won't swamp you with 40 or 50 superficially researched investment ideas per year.
  • You won't get waves of unwanted ads and other spam in your mailbox.

If you have been looking at "investment newsletters" elsewhere on the web, the annoying points I mention above will probably sound all too familiar to you.

I want Undervalued-Shares.com to be a product that I would buy myself; one that I can recommend to my personal friends; and one where I'd feel that I was getting ten times my money's worth.

That's why I based this website around the following ideas:

  • My research reports primarily deal with companies that are world-renowned, listed on a major stock exchange, and whose shares are very liquid. Only in very exceptional circumstances will I feature a small cap stock on this website.
  • I currently have one free product – my Weekly Dispatches. If you would like to read my paid-for research reports, you can choose between an Annual Membership (USD 49 p.a.) or a Lifetime Membership (USD 999). Whichever option you choose, rest assured that you will only ever get the emails that you signed up for.
  • Each year, I issue ten research reports (plus an additional four for Lifetime Members). If you want to build a diversified but manageable portfolio as your retirement nest-egg or your "Freedom Fund", those reports will give you more than enough ideas to work with.

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Last but not least, if you have any questions, do drop me a line and I'll be happy to help!

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Atari: A forgotten shell, a legacy brand, and 1bn of valuable tax losses

Atari: A forgotten shell, a legacy brand, and 1bn of valuable tax losses

One investor has recently woken up to Atari’s potential, and he is currently buying up every single share he can get hold of.

A multi-bagger from the Falkland Islands?

A multi-bagger from the Falkland Islands?

It's now only a matter of time before investors latch onto the Falkland Islands' oil reserves. One company, in particular, is set to benefit.

Buying opportunity ahead of transformation

Buying opportunity ahead of transformation

A change in narrative could see this stock increase in value by 200% over the next two years.