InsiderBuySuperstocks

Jesse Stine Joined Feb 15, 2013

Author- Insider Buy Super Stocks (2013). $46k to $6.8 million in 28 months (14,972%). My Bread and Butter: The intersection of deep value and extreme momentum. Twitter- @InsiderBuySS

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    I post counter-trend trading ideas. They are not absolute. Each has a negation price. Just ask.
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