Stansberry Research has a long track record of singling out stocks that perform really well. Recently, the company published some information about Walmart’s stock and how there is still a lot of potential value in it even though it has been decreasing in value. It was way back in October of 2006 when Dan Ferris, editor of Stansberry Research’s “Extreme Value” monthly investment newsletter, said that Walmart was a good stock pick. Readers who followed his advice saw their investment rise by 100% or more over the following years. In 2015, Ferris warned people away from Walmart’s stock, because he was sure that it would declining. He was correct, and it dropped down to as low as %35 of what it had been before in a short time.
Stansberry Research has a history of making the right predictions and has been doing so since its founding in 1999 by Porter Stansberry. Over the course of almost two decades the financial newsletter publisher has built up a subscriber base of over half a million people, and 70,000 of these people have chosen to subscribe to the publication for life. Stansberry ensures that its ranks are full of the highest quality professionals in the industry, and these professionals are given more of a creative kind of freedom than many other stuffy publications that come off as over-authoritative.
Stansberry Research is again proving its unconventional approach by revealing underlying details about Walmart that most people don’t know. It’s understandable that many people are dropping their Walmart shares when the company is expected to have a lower earning year than Wall Street was projecting. Ferris is recommending that people consider giving Walmart a chance because of the fact that their business model is made to stand the test of time. While many people are assuming that online sales will soon be outpacing the sales that are made in a physical store, they are incorrect. In the world today, 90% of sales States happen in physical store locations. Stansberry Research experts say that the world is actually moving closer to a model where, both, online stores and physical stores will coexist.