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Wednesday, 24 January 2018

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Profit Sell Alert: Yoox Net-a-Porter (YXOXY)

Today, our online luxury retailer Yoox Net-a-Porter (YXOXY) spiked 25% on a buyout offer from Richemont, one of the world’s premier luxury goods companies.

Richemont already owns about half of Yoox and now aims to buy the other half. (Richemont is also a holding in the Bonner Private Portfolio. And following it there is what led us to discover Yoox in the first place.)

The offer of €38 per share (or $46 per share) is about a 25% premium over Yoox’s closing price on Friday.

Based on the sales price, we’d book a gain of about 93% in less than a year. We only recommended the stock in April.

It’s “Game On” for Commodities

This week’s dispatch contains details on one of the biggest investment opportunities so far in the current millennium – the next bull market in commodities. The last time this happened, the sector rose 474%. As this week’s expert reveals, that means it’s “game on” for investors looking to profit in this beaten-down sector.

This Is Your Last Chance to Profit From a Once-in-a-Generation Setup

In September 2013, a little more than four years ago, I wrote a letter to my subscribers that started this way…

How to Invest Like a Venture Capitalist

In 1995, Tom Alberg was a venture capitalist at a new firm that he founded called Madrona Venture Group. At the time, entrepreneurs were establishing companies to harness the industry-disrupting power of the internet. And VC firms like Madrona were looking to invest and profit from the trend.

In May of that year, Tom was asked to take a meeting with a young entrepreneur with an idea for an internet company.

Tom was skeptical, but he took the meeting.

Tom said he was impressed with Jeff, the young entrepreneur. He thought he was smart and had a solid business plan. While still skeptical, Tom ended up investing $50,000 in a small company called Amazon in December of 1995.

How to Buy Cryptocurrencies on Coinbase

How to Profit From Jeff Sessions’ Failed War on Cannabis

This week… a “no-brainer” way to play the next leg up in legal cannabis stocks. If you’ve been reading the news, you’ll know that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants the feds to crack down on legal pot. But as this week’s Inner Circle expert reveals… it’s not going to happen. If anything, Sessions’ failed War on Cannabis has set the stage for an explosive rally in legal pot stocks.