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Dear friend,

I'm not satisfied with the market's paltry gains.

Instead, I like to beat the market, beat the benchmarks and leave the nay-sayers in the dust while I build my wealth.

That's exactly what I've done since launching my Buyback Premium Portfolio in August 2000. As of September 30, 2009, this portfolio is up +41.58% since its inception in August 2000 vs. a -26.49% decline in the S&P 500 over the same time frame. That’s an outperformance of more than +68.07%*.

During the same time frame, the Premium Portfolio also outperformed the DJIA by +50.70% and outperformed the NASDAQ by +83.56%.  By whatever benchmark you choose to measure it, this portfolio is a winner.

This is the kind of performance my subscribers are enjoying from a wide range of stocks – from high-tech companies to home builders, from oil companies to electrical suppliers, from medical groups to battery and shaver manufacturers:

  • Seacor Holdings (CKH), bought in April 2009 and sold in August 2009 for a gain of 37.98%.
  • Sherwin-Williams Co. (SHW), bought in March 2009 and sold 3 months later for a gain of 21%.
  • L-3 Communications (LLL), bought in December 2008 and sold 1 month later for a gain of 20%.
  • Valero Energy Corp. (VLO), bought in December 2008 and sold 1 month later for a gain of 51%.
  • McKesson Corp. (MCK), bought in December 2008 and sold 1 month later for a gain of 20%.
  • Alliance Data Systems Corp. (ADS), bought in December 2008 and sold 1 month later for a gain of 19%.
  • Accenture Ltd. (ACN), bought in April 2008 and sold a month later for a gain of 7.5%.
  • JB Hunt Transport Services, bought in March 2008 and sold a month later for a gain of 11.8%.
  • Imperial Oil (IMO), bought in February 2008 and sold a month later for a quick gain of +15%.
  • EnCana Corp (ECA), bought in September 2007 and sold 2 months later for a gain of +18%. We bought it again in February 2008 and sold it a month later for a tidy gain of +16%.
  • Cleveland Cliffs (CLF), bought in May 2007 and sold a month later for a gain of +27%.
  • Honda Motor Co. (HMC), bought in May 2007 and sold 2 months later for a gain of +10%.
  • Mattel (MAT), bought in January 2007 and sold 3 months later for a gain of +24%.
  • Methanex (MEOH), bought in November 2006 and sold 2 months later for a gain of +22%
  • Novellus Systems (NVLS) bought in November 2006 and sold a month later for a gain of +19%.
  • Maverick Tube Corp. (MVK) bought in June 2006 and sold 2 weeks later for a gain of +28%.
  • Grupo Televisa (TV) bought in March 2006 and sold 2 months later for a gain of +11%.
  • Devon Energy (DVN) bought in December 2005 and sold 2 months later for a gain of +10%.
  • Texas Instruments (TXN), bought in November 2005 and sold a month later for a gain of +20%.
  • Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC), bought in April 2005 and sold 5 months later for a gain of +18%.
  • Sunoco (SUN), bought in January 2005 and sold 2 months later for a +24% gain.
  • KB Home (KBH), bought in January 2005 and sold 3 months later for a +16% gain.
  • Energizer Holdings (ENR), bought in January 2005 and sold 3 months later for an +11% gain.
  • U.S. Oncology (USON), bought in December 2003 and sold 2 months later in February 2004 for a gain of +49.27%.
  • Wesco International (WCC), bought in August 2004 and sold 3 months later for a gain of +24.89%.
  • Pediatrix Medical Group (PDX), bought in July 2003 and sold 6 months later for a gain of +53.69%.
  • Cable & Wireless (CWP), bought in October 2003 and sold 3 months later for a gain of +25.30%.
  • Tektronix (TEK), also bought in October 2003 and sold 3 months later for a gain of +27.49%.

I just published the names of five stocks that I believe will outperform the market this month. You can get them right now, absolutely FREE. Just take a no-risk 30-day trial to my Buyback Premium Portfolio.

Try it yourself, free for 30 days, and see the returns you get.

My name is David Fried. For years, I have edited and published a newsletter called The Buyback Letter.

Like other top advisors, I maintain a personal watchlist portfolio where I carefully research and monitor the progress of potential buy list stocks for The Buyback Letter. After awhile, I noticed that this research portfolio was performing extremely well.

Intrigued, I did a 10-year backtest of this portfolio's performance. To my amazement, I found that this "watch list" portfolio averaged 38% annual returns.

That's not a misprint. 38% returns per year! At that annual compounded rate, you would double your money every 1.8 years.

Try it yourself, free for 30 days, and see the returns you get.

Our Secret, Your Profits

Here's the secret: Senior executives, board members and other insiders know their companies' prospects better than anyone. So when they use company money to buy back stock, you know higher prices are just ahead. Votes of confidence from others in-the-know just don't get any stronger.

But I take it one step further. The Buyback Premium Portfolio holds only the five buyback stocks that are performing better than all the rest ... right now. All others are automatically weeded out.

Hot stocks go in; merely warm stocks are ushered out. So when my stocks soar, laggards do not dilute the portfolio's performance.

Try it yourself, free for 30 days, and see the returns you get.

The Buyback Advantage

Now I'm not alone in saying that buyback stocks are a way to consistent stock market profits. A major 20-year study showed that in each four-year period, investors in buyback stocks with high book-to-market ratios enjoyed 388% higher returns than other stocks.

The difference in the bottom line for investors is staggering. If you had invested $10,000 in a typical S&P 500 portfolio over the last 10 years, your money would have grown to $67,917. Not bad.

But investing the same $10,000 exclusively into buyback stocks would have returned $130,254. Almost $70,000 more in profits, double the return!

 

Premium Portfolio: The Best of the Best

With my Buyback Premium Portfolio, I go the extra mile to maximize your profits with the best buybacks for today. For example:

  • I painstakingly examine hundreds of corporate buyback announcements, checking to make sure that they actually buy back their stocks. A surprisingly large number don't.
  • I make sure that the stock buyback is large enough to have a real impact on the value of the stock.
  • Then I put the company under a financial microscope, thoroughly investigating its annual reports, SEC filings and other key documents. I rigorously examine its financial strength, cash flow, prospects for growth, contracts, and other critical indicators to make sure that the company is rock-solid and its stock is reasonably priced.

So the stocks in my Premium Portfolio all boast robust earnings, reasonable valuations, stellar management and excellent growth potential.

Only a handful of stocks pass my rigorous standards. And only the five "best of the best" are recommended in The Buyback Premium Portfolio.

Try it yourself, free for 30 days, and see the returns you get.

Here's What You'll Get When You Subscribe

On the first few trading days of each month you'll receive my Buyback Premium Portfolio e-mail hotline. It tells you exactly which stocks to buy, sell or hold. This dispatch is short and to the point so you can act fast - before Wall Street.

Soon after, I follow up with a complete rundown on these stocks. I give you the complete details about why I think these are the stocks to invest in this month.

I’ll also share with you my “hot list” – the stocks I’m watching carefully, and from which I make my picks each month.

Again, don't just take my word for it. Try it risk-free for a month. If you're not amazed by the results, then you can cancel your subscription and owe nothing.

Try it yourself, free for 30 days, and see the returns you get.

Sincerely,

David Fried
Founder and Portfolio Manager
The Buyback Premium Portfolio

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*Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Performance figures are net of fees and trading costs and include dividends.

The Buyback Premium Portfolio is intended for experienced investors, who understand the risks, costs, consequences of and mechanics of investing. Subscribers of The Buyback Premium Portfolio invest at their own risk, profits are not guaranteed and losses are possible. If you are unwilling or unable to abide by any conditions of the disclaimer then you may obtain a refund for the unused portion of your subscription at any time. Contents of any part of the newsletter are based on information believed to be reliable, but its accuracy and completeness are not, and cannot be guaranteed. Information contained in this report is not a complete analysis of every material fact representing any company, industry or security. The opinions contained and estimates expressed in any part of the newsletter represent the current judgment of market research firms, statistical services, or other sources believed to be reliable. Nothing herein should be construed as an offer to buy or sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security. The Buyback Premum Portfolio (Bulletin...), the publisher (or one of its affiliates) or its partners, officers, directors, analysis, or employees or associated entities may have substantial positions or interests in the securities mentioned and may from time to time make purchases or sales of securities mentioned herein including while this report is in circulation. The same parties may also have substantial interests and positions in the past performance of past recommendations. Past results do not guarantee future results or that future recommendations will be profitable.

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