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I recently came across an interesting newsletter called 'Extreme Value'. The publisher of the letter is named Dan Ferris and he seems to have an interesting way of researching his stock reccomendations. He physically travels to each potential company and inspects the property, the manufacturing process, the potential demand for products & services, etc..... He claims that a high margin of safety can be had in investing in companies that have a smaller market cap than the actual value of the land the company owns. Due to the hands on approach of this investment research, Mr. Ferris charges a premium for this service. ($1,000 per year) He also claims that the minimum gain on any one of his stock reccommendations is 32%. I am currently a subscriber to the Fool Inside Value, but I do like the hands on way of research that this newsletter presents. Has anyone here ever heard of this service / tried it? If his claims are true, then of course the newletter would be worth it.
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