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Dear Fellow Investor,

In 1984, Hermes, the Columbia Business School Magazine, published a little-known 13 page article.

The article was written by none other than Warren Buffett.

In this article, Buffett explains exactly how he, and several other billionaire investors, are able to make money in up times and down.

He also explains exactly how you can invest the same way … and get the same results.

Hi, my name is J. Royden (Roy) Ward. And I’ve spent the last 51 years analyzing, and harnessing, the method Warren Buffett revealed to the world.

See, in this little-known article, Buffett pulled back the curtain… revealing the strategy he and other investors were quietly using to build billion dollar wealth empires.

Like Walter Schloss and WJS Partnership, who turned every $10,000 invested with his partnership into $2,320,470.

And Sir John Templeton, who was born a small town Tennessee boy and amassed billions of dollars using this “No Risk” investment strategy.

Indeed, Buffett even revealed how this strategy thrives in down markets – like in March of 2009 when it opened the doors for a 232.53% return while the Dow was still reeling from the sub-prime crisis and the U.S. economy was in a tailspin.

I’ve personally used this approach to transform my personal life.

And I’ve helped shrewd investors who’ve followed my work turn every $10,000 into $360,200.

In contrast, during the exact same time, the S&P has lagged significantly—growing every $10,000 invested into only $225,100.

Over the next few minutes, I'll show you how to completely transform your financial life… and how to secure breathtaking profits in any market, with the least amount of effort possible.

For starters … I’m sure you know that Buffett learned how to invest from Benjamin Graham, the father of Value Investing.

What he learned from Graham set Buffett on the path to becoming a billionaire.

What you might not know is, Benjamin Graham didn’t come up with his theories on his own. He had help. And that ‘help’ was integral to the success of Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett and the other investors I mentioned moments ago.

And no, I’m not talking about David Dodd (with whom Graham co-wrote Security Analysis). I’m talking about a mysterious third man who has vanished from the history books, despite being in many ways responsible for the gentleman we call “the oracle of Omaha.”

The man Benjamin Graham asked for help...

His name was Dr. Wilson Payne.

Dr. Payne was one of the brilliant finance minds of his generation. He and Graham were good friends, so naturally, when Graham needed some help working through the finer points of his methods, he called Dr. Payne, Dean of Students at Babson College.

Dr. Payne wasn’t interested in the limelight, that’s why you’ve never heard of him. He loved the work he did for the sake of the work.

As head of the Finance and Investments Department, Dr. Payne prepared many students who became Wall Street wizards, and the leaders of some of the biggest banks in the country.

When I arrived at Babson, almost five and a half decades ago, Dr. Payne and I immediately became friends. As a young man, I wanted to understand the market … I wanted to see how men like Jesse Livermore and Bernard Baruch had achieved such fantastic wealth with these “equities.”

Dr. Payne kindly obliged. He took me under his wing and the rest is history!

By the time I graduated, I truly believed I knew more about valuing a company and making investments than most 20-year veterans in the field.

After graduation, 51 years ago, I jumped into a position as a broker with Paine Webber in Boston. I started in 1964 at $80 a week. The techniques I learned from Dr. Payne were so powerful, in four years I was earning the equivalent of $134,900 in today’s dollars.

Just four years out of college and I was earning more than most men earned in the late stages of their careers.

Not a bad salary for a young man still wet behind the ears.

Since then, I’ve continued to build up an impressive fortune … and I’ve instructed my readers how to use these methods passed down to me by Dr. Payne … methods which outperform in up markets and down markets with shocking ease.

Among the first rules I've learned is one I’m sure you’re familiar with:

“Never lose money.”

Warren Buffett made the quote famous, but I first heard it from Dr. Payne.

While it might seem like one of those “easier said than done” statements, conceptually it's really not difficult.

It’s why Buffett described this investing method as virtually “no risk.”

The secret is:

Only buy stocks that are priced below the value of the business.

Now, I am sure you’ve heard this before… you’ve heard all about “buy low, sell high” or getting into “breakout stocks” or other get rich quick or unproven schemes. Every financier from here to Timbuktu says “buy stocks below their value.”

Even when I was a young man hearing this from Dr. Payne, I was fairly underwhelmed.

But the truth is … while most of us understand this theoretically, there are facts we do not know that make it incredibly easy to secure profits … to locate stocks that are priced for a song and ready to soar.

This is what I learned from Dr. Payne. He showed me three simple techniques you can use to easily know if a company is selling at a discount.

It’s kind of like buying $100 for $40 … it’s very hard to go wrong … and it’s very easy to be right.

All it takes is a mere three steps.

That’s how I’ve shown my readers recent returns like:

The only difficult part of the strategy is determining how much a single share of stock is worth.

Unlike a house or a car or art, a stock isn’t worth just what the market will pay for it. It has an intrinsic value beyond the stock price. Unfortunately, when stocks are hot, people forget the intrinsic value and buy overvalued stocks regularly.

That’s what the numbers suggest is happening in Wall Street now, but it isn’t a new situation.

For example, in the book Bull: A History of the Boom and Bust, 1982-2004, the author Maggie Mahar writes about a then Morgan Stanley executive named Byron Wien.

In 1999 an analyst came to Wien and recommended a stock that was selling at 100 times earnings. When Mr Wien asked the analyst how he was valuing the company the analyst just stared at him. Wien stared back, and finally the analyst said, “The stock is worth what someone will pay for it.”

Mahar writes, “The moment crystallized what Wien already suspected. They’re letting the tape tell them what a company is worth. No wonder that when the stock took a dive, the analyst who followed it was just as surprised as anyone else.”

This kind of thinking was rife on Wall Street in 1999. We all know what happened in 2000 … POP!

That thinking was all over Wall Street in 2008 and in October of that year we know what happened.

Today, it seems the same stock market mania abounds …

However, there is a way to protect yourself, and to earn a king’s ransom when the market turns, just like Warren Buffett.

Traders look at charts to see trends … but Dr. Payne taught me to find the value of the company and use it to determine how much the stock is WORTH … not how much it’ll trade for next week.

In the last two years – by using Dr. Payne’s criteria – my readers and I enjoyed a win-rate of 89.24% on our closed trades.

We’ve enjoyed a very powerful win rate with the most profitable trade of 267.18%.

It is no wonder why my readers had the chance to make 260.2% on their money.

And just look at some of the gains you have already missed out on:

Let me be honest – I doubt 1 in 1,000 of the analysts on Wall Street can boast this success. That’s because they chase the trends of the day – they try to find ‘alternative’ ways of making money that blow up in their faces … instead of harnessing the strategies which have worked, still work, and continue to work day in and day out.

Briefly, I’ll share Dr. Payne’s formula … But I want to warn you. There was a fatal flaw built into the ‘program’ when Dr. Payne first handed it to me … a flaw I’ve spent more than half a century to correct.

I’ll show you how to benefit from my efforts in correcting it momentarily.

First …

THE THREE “PAYNE-FUL” RULES OF VALUE

Rule #1 It’s all in the numbers – When you find a company you think might be a good investment, you can’t worry about trends, what’s hot, etc.

You must evaluate the business as an asset. The keys to understanding that asset are in the Balance Sheet and Income Statement.

I don’t have room in this report to get into an in-depth discussion, and there’s been volumes written about the subject already.

My point here is to help you understand that moving averages, chart trends, etc. are meaningless. The only thing that matters is the intrinsic value of the company.

Rule #2: Look back to look forward - Humans are funny. We can be blind to the most obvious truths, and we can convince ourselves that everything is going to be alright when we’re on a sinking ship.

The secret is to assess the financial history of a company in order to determine where it’s going in the future. So if we see a profit margin that is consistently shrinking, consistently rising debt and consistently shrinking top line revenue, we aren’t going to buy that company no matter how low the stock is priced.

Rule # 3: Management can make or murder your investment – I’m often amazed at how investors can completely ignore the management of a company and still expect to make profitable investments

You have to know the managers’ experience, their track record, and their background. This one rule is a bit of science combined with art. It’s not “by the numbers” but it’s essential if you want to get into the best, highest profit positions.

That’s all it takes! Simple but Powerful!

My recommendation to invest in Google is a good example.

Anyone who followed my recommendation had the opportunity to turn every $5,000 into $16,626, and every $10,000 into $33,253!

It has worked over and over again.

It helped secure 133.27% on TJX Companies.

107.02% on Disney, and 123% on LKQ Corp.

I’ve seen this formula perform, without fail, for 50 years.

Truth is, once you know how to find stocks that fit all three rules, it’s easy to buy the right ones.

However, finding those stocks is the hard part …

That’s the Inherent Flaw in the Graham/Payne Formula!

There are over 100,000 publicly traded companies in the world.

If we look only at the U.S. stock exchanges, there are approximately 5,900 publicly traded companies, without counting the OTC market.

The simple fact is that 5,900 stocks are just too many for an investor to review and assess themselves.

Professional investors use rooms full of analysts to do the task … there’s no way you could do it on your own.

You couldn’t do it in 50 hours a week. Heck, you couldn’t do it in 100 hours a week.

However, if you did have a reliable way to find undervalued stocks...
it’d be “Katy, Bar the Door!”

In just a minute, I’m going to reveal how you can be alerted to powerful profit opportunities, quickly and easily.

These alerts could lead you to gains like:

… without spending 100 hours a week reviewing companies and watching your positions.

For several minutes now, you’ve heard me go on about how Buffett makes money even in down markets. How his risk shrinks when the market tops, and how he and his billionaire cohorts still profit when the market is in an upswing.

As he wrote in 1984, it’s all based on the very simple idea of buying a stock well below its intrinsic value. It’s what Benjamin Graham taught Buffett … it’s what Dr. Payne taught me.

And it works! For example, over the last two years we hit the mark on 89.24% of closed trades, and the WORST loss I suffered in the last 3 years was a small 16%. My best gain, a whopping 267.18%

Assuming you had a way to apply the Payne/Graham method to easily find stocks, it’d be like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

That’s why, when computers started gaining traction, some of the earliest adopters were finance companies and private equity firms.

These early adopters realized they could fly through data on companies at lightning speed and never have to worry about human error or prejudice.

If you just stick to the numbers, you start operating in that “Buffett ‘no risk’ zone.”

Of course, there’s always a bit of risk, but the few tiny losses now and again, as I mentioned a moment ago, can’t compare to the triple digit gains.

Bringing Dr. Payne’s and Mr. Graham’s work
into the 21st Century

In 1968, I saw the power computer models brought to the table for investing firms, so I left my position as the youngest office manager at Paine Webber and took a position as the Director of Research at Econometrics Research and Management.

I was, again, blessed to be able to work directly with Dr. Payne to computerize the model he developed with Graham. He soon was elected to the Board of Directors of my company.

For the second time in just a few short years, I found myself learning from the most brilliant financial mind of his generation.

Only this time, rather than just learning in a classroom, I was deeply involved with making his methodology more powerful by combining it with the speed and precision of computers. Rather than student and teacher, we were partners.

Those few years have deeply affected my work since, especially my work here at Cabot.

Learning Dr. Payne’s strategy and the intricate detail needed to program a computer gave me a deep insight I use today for my readers. It’s why I’ve outperformed the Dow by more than 4.5 to 1 … for 20 years.

It’s why I have an 89.24% win rate on our closed trades in the last two years.

It’s why my readers have the chance to make so much money, so easily!

Buffett’s “No Risk” investing method
dropped right in your lap!

In 1969, I teamed up with two programmers and a math professor from Boston University, and together we spent over a year with Dr. Payne developing computer software to mimic the process and methodology created by Dr. Wilson Payne and Warren Buffett.

Today, I use that computer model to manage my investments. I also share that information with my readers, who follow my recommendations to significant wins like:

I’ve hand picked 1,000 of the best, most opportune stocks and programmed my model to track every move they make. Every month I review the stocks and adjust maximum buy prices and minimum sell prices.

When the stock is under the maximum buy price, I review the management, news, numbers, etc. and when everything looks right, we buy.

When the stock rises above the minimum sell price, I send an alert and we sell.

I say ‘we buy’ and ‘we sell’ because, as I mentioned, I’m investing my own money right along with you. Of course, I wait a couple of days, to make sure everyone can execute their buy or sell order before me to avoid any impropriety.

Because my money is on the line with yours, you know you’re getting my grade A, #1 best ideas.

I’m putting my money where my mouth is! The investing model Benjamin Graham made famous, and Buffett used to become the richest man in the world, is the only way I invest my money.

I would never ask you to make an investment I wasn’t willing to make myself.

And how well does it work? Just have a look at our winners over the past 12 months:

But sometimes graphs don’t tell the whole story. Sometimes it’s better to hear how well actual investors are doing from their own mouths.

When we are posting those kinds of numbers, it’s not hard to see how my readers have had the chance to turn every $10,000 they invest into $360,200 by following my lead.

“With every newsletter and e-mail update, Roy gives you the sense that he is looking out for you. He combines a focus on growth opportunities with solid companies that usually provide a dividend. He isn’t looking for the “quick” buck but takes more of a longer term philosophy (1 to 2 years), which agrees with mine.”

—M. Wolok, Potomac Falls, Virginia

“Dear Roy, Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions on airline stocks and credit card companies. I always appreciate your crystal clear thinking and succinct explanations; it has helped me make good investment decisions."

—P. Williams, Dayton, Ohio

“This (Top 275 Value Stocks) chart is awesome thank you so much! Wish I would’ve joined years ago. I think a lot of self investors would be far more successful if they had a guide as useful as this.”

—R. Lockheimer, Carlsbad, California

“Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor” Advisory

Timothy Lutts, Cabot President, and I have put together the only investing advisory you’ll ever need, whether you want to be aggressive in your investments, or you want to run a very conservative portfolio.

You see, for 20 years my Cabot Value Model has delivered exceptional returns for my readers.

In the Cabot Value Model, we work very hard to virtually eliminate risk, as much as possible, and let the stocks in the model grow over time.

In addition, 10 years ago I started another Model, the Cabot Enterprising Model.

The Enterprising Model focuses more on aggressive investments. We always invest on a value basis rather than trading, but with the enterprising model we are using value to aggressively grow our portfolio while taking advantage of the naturally reduced risks involved in value investing.

These two models, combined, give you a tried and true way to build wealth. They will help you retire in the style to which you would like to become accustomed … even if you’re behind the 8 ball right now.

All of my subscribers get:

I want you to know, I have fully vetted each and every stock I recommend.

Once my program identifies a stock that looks good, I review the financials to ensure they are “bullet proof,” I check the balance sheet to make sure it’s strong. I learn as much as I can about the management to make sure the managers are running the business correctly. And only then do I determine the actual value of the company.

Once I’ve done that, if the business still looks good, I determine a Maximum Buy Price and a Minimum Sell Price and issue a buy alert. Once the stock price hits the Minimum Sell Price, I issue a sell alert.

If you can get an email and execute a few simple buy and sell trades, you’re able to do everything you need to make profits like these:

Now remember, I do all this due diligence because my money is going into the trade, same as yours. I would do it anyway because it’s the right thing to do, however you can be reassured by the fact that I HATE to lose money.

Take a 60-day, risk-free sneak peak at the Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor Advisory.

We’ve received hundreds of letters from readers raving about the Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor. For example:

Roy you are awesome. Thank you so much for considering my request and adding the PEG ratio. I really appreciate that. Thanks and regards.”
—R. Jayaraman, Novi, Michigan

And after 51 years at this myself, and an 80-year track record for Modern Value Investing, I know this works … I know it’s life changing.

That’s why we are happy to offer you 60 days to test-drive the Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor risk free. If at any point in the next 60 days you decide my service isn’t for you … just “look me in the eyes” in an email and let me know you’re not satisfied. We will rapidly and cheerfully give you a full refund of the nominal investment.

And the investment truly is nominal.

Where can you get over a half-a-century worth of experience, brought to bear for you by a man who learned directly from Dr. Payne, one of the architects of modern value investing, the same way Warren Buffett learned from Mr. Graham.

Few financial advisory analysts believe in their picks enough to invest their own money … not so with me. I don’t expect you to follow my advice when I won’t.

You can rest assured you’re getting my best advice, because I’m “in the trenches” with you, putting my own money to work.

When you subscribe to the Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor, you’ll get:

… and you get everything without even making a commitment to us.

You simply pay the lowest subscription rate we’ve ever offered for the Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor.

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You can, at any time, for any reason get a full refund within the first 60 days, and a prorated refund after for the entire year … although I can’t imagine you would want to.

For the paltry sum of $87, you get access to trades that have:

Any of those trades, with even the smallest investment, could have easily paid for your subscription.

In short, this is the easiest decision you’ve ever made.

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If we stopped here, $87 would be well worth every penny.

It costs more to go to a nice dinner.

And if my track record holds, you’ll have the chance to make a lot of money for that small investment.

However, we aren’t going to stop there. I am including four reports, which are collectively worth every penny of $100 … and arguably are worth more.

1st FREE Report: 10 Top Value Stocks for 2016 (Value: At Least $25) - These ten stocks have strong financials and are poised to make meteoric gains and are worth the price of admission, even without considering the two model portfolios you get access to with the Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor.

2nd FREE Report: 25 Overvalued Stocks to Sell Now: (Value: at least $25) – Using my fundamental system to estimate the intrinsic value of companies, the following 25 large-cap stocks that are overvalued and should be sold. These companies' current stock prices exceed the Minimum Sell Prices and are therefore overvalued and vulnerable to further declines. If you own any of these stocks, you should sell them now.

3rd FREE Report: Benjamin Graham’s Complete Guide to Value Investing: (Value: at least $25) – You should have some basic understanding of Value Investing so you can get the most out of your subscription. There’s no reason to take a college course or go out and buy a bunch of books...I’ll send you everything you need to know FREE. This report will act as a handy primer to keep around when you have questions about investing. It will effectively summarize Benjamin Graham’s teaching about value investing strategies, tools, and methods. The guide will fully explain the basics the most successful investors, like Buffett, Munger and I use to use to hit home runs over and over again.

4th FREE Report: Choosing the Best Value Stocks (Value: At least a $25) - It’s not enough to know what companies to buy … you have to know how much to pay for the shares and how much to sell the shares for.

In this report, I discuss the exact methodology I use to determine how much you should pay for a stock and at what price you should sell. This is a science and once you know the formula you’ll understand why I set the prices I set for my recommendations and how you can determine the same prices for any stock you look at.

There have been hundreds of these types of plays over the years, and in this report, I explain how you can find these same types of plays.

It doesn’t get any simpler than this, buy these stocks and hold until I send you a Sell Alert when each stock reaches its Minimum Sell Price.

That’s fully $100 in bonus reports alone. It’s like you’re paying a reduced rate for the reports and getting the Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor Advisory FREE. Your subscription includes:

And with Cabot’s guarantee, you get a full 60 days to test the service and decide if it’s for you. If you decide you want out, you get to keep everything you received to that point and we will cheerfully refund every penny you paid.

You get everything for just $87 … less than a nice bottle of wine!

Any of the trades I’ve highlighted in this letter, all recent trades, could have easily paid for your subscription.

Go ahead and put me to work for you. Take our test drive … I know you’ll be happy you did.

I look forward to hearing your success story very soon!

Sincerely,

J. Royden Ward
Chief Analyst, Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor

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