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Dan Ferris on BNN Sharing Three Value Plays

March 6, 2015
In an interview with BNN, Stansberry Research editor, Dan Ferris, identifies three of the best values in today's market. They include a tech giant, a medical imaging products maker, and a Canadian miner. He also cautions investors on two Dow heavyweights, signaling that you can no longer buy shares at a great price – a…
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Steve Sjuggerud appears on Fox Business

February 13, 2015
Stansberry Research editor, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, appeared on Fox Business to discuss why he thinks there is still upside in US stocks.  With low interest rates Dr. Sjuggerud thinks US stocks offer better opportunities than other investment options.  He also updated his thoughts on the Chinese market.  Dr. Sjuggerud looks for situations that are cheap,…
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Steve Sjuggerud on BNN discussing China

February 13, 2015
Stansberry Research editor, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, appeared on BNN on February 12th.  He updated his recommendation to buy China from a previous appearance on the network.  Dr. Sjuggerud searches the markets for situations that are cheap, hated and in an uptrend.  This contrarian approach led him to recommend what he is calling “one of the…
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Steve Sjuggerud on Fox Business discussing China and the US Dollar.

January 20, 2015
Stansberry Research editor, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, appeared on Fox Business to update his view on China as well as discuss the US Dollar and gold.  In an appearance on Fox Business six weeks ago, Dr. Sjuggerud explained why he was excited about the opportunity he saw in China.  He recommended a way to take advantage…
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Steve Sjuggerud explains why he’s not buying energy stocks yet on CNBC Worldwide Exchange

January 12, 2015
Stansberry Research editor, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, discussed the energy sector on CNBC Worldwide Exchange among other things.  In the interview, Dr. Sjuggerud explains that he looks for investments that are cheap, hated and in an uptrend.  He argues that while the energy sector may be cheap it isn’t hated or in an uptrend yet.  To…
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Steve Sjuggerud discusses the bottoming euro on CNBC Worldwide Exchange

December 22, 2014
Stansberry Research editor, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, discusses the bottoming euro on CNBC Worldwide Exchange.  In the interview, Dr. Sjuggerud tells why he believes this situation is presenting a speculative trade that could last 3-4 months based on the extreme negative sentiment toward the euro right now.  He goes on to that “there is nobody left…
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