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XMFHelical (< 20)

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April 01, 2016 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: VRX

I enjoyed, as I often do, Today's Foolish initiative 'Fools Rush In'.

At the bottom, we were asked to create our own 'Ideas for Investment'.  Here is mine (for those familiar with the Valeant .. saga):


PearAck Investment Services and Newsletters:

At PearAck Investment Services and Newsletters we bring 'Outsider' strategies to wealth management services.  We base our success on 3 pillars.

Outsider Mindset  Here at PearAck, when we use the term 'Outsider' we mean it literally.  We establish accounts for our clients-investors 'Outside' of major tax jurisdictions, and have found a way to operate 'Outside' the reach of major regulatory agencies like the SEC.  The experience of our management team has led to the understanding that adhering to regulations are costly, and just skirting regulation is rarely enough.  By avoiding regulation entirely, cost savings may be passed on to our customer-investors.  We will also have the freedom to recommend what we own, own what we recommend, and so on, and so on ....

Algorithmic Pricing  As Uber and others have demonstrated, the days of simple understandable pricing are behind us.  PearAck recognizes that investment and subscription fees are often 'reimbursable' to other professionals, and has made a science out of how to best benefit from 3rd party payment  systems. You will never need to know what you pay for our services. For individual investors, coupon programs will be available.

Trusted Brands  It can take years to build a track record and establish a reputation in the investment services and newsletter industry.  Fortunately, many have done this already.  PearAck intends to use an aggressive, occasionally hostile if necessary, acquisition strategy to grow the business.  The Motley Fool, TheStreet, Morningstar, Fidelity, etc. etc. - all are potential stepwise targets for PearAck.  We intend to use client-investor funds to pursue our strategy, so dilution to early investors is expected to be minimal.  Hence we are only looking to raise funds necessary to fund initial personal expenses of the firm, and then build from there like a 'Snowball' rolling down a precipice.

PearAck, where our customers are our investors, and our investors our customers, and where you may already be one.

Happy Fools Day



2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On April 01, 2016 at 2:16 PM, XMFHelical (< 20) wrote:

And in a related ..... story?
Pfizer targeted in elaborate April Fools' prank

Some April Fools' Day pranks are fun; others, not so much. Pfizer ($PFE) is unamused by an elaborate prank in which a fake press release was sent to and reported on by the Washington Post. The release, and the story, said the pharma giant was holding the lid on its drug prices.

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#2) On April 02, 2016 at 1:28 PM, constructive (99.97) wrote:


I actually found some of the Fools Rush In companies more investible than some real companies I've heard of. For example, I remember seeing a microcap Chinese company that claimed to make wine out of tree frogs.

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