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The Buyback Letter was named to The Hulbert Financial Digest 2015 Investment Newsletter Honor Roll for the sixth year in a row! There were only 12 that made the Honor Roll. To be in this select group, a newsletter must exhibit above-average performance in both up AND down markets. Just 16% of the newsletters that Hulbert monitors made it to the honor roll.

 

 

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What is a Buyback Stock?
 

A buyback stock is stock in a company that buys back a significant number of its own shares. For 50 years, buyback stocks have outperformed the market – sometimes spectacularly so. Here are some examples of how much stocks can go up during a buyback.

Company

Share price before buyback

Share price after buyback

Percent increase

Kellogg

8.75

70

1,072%

Abbott Labs

5.35

40

957%

Phillip Morris

9.10

73

1,230%

Geico Corp.

11.45

56

741%

UST Inc.

4.65

28

916%

Coca-Cola

4.80

65

1,760%

Bandag, Inc.

11.70

62

618%

Becton, Díson

9.00

58

790%


Why Buyback Stocks Perform So Spectacularly
When companies buy back their own stocks, it reflects an enormous vote of confidence in the stock by those who know it best – the company’s senior executives. No one else knows more about the firm’s financial situation, its market share, business plans, research and development programs or new products. However, those executives aren’t talking; they usually keep their plans, tactics and research behind closed doors. But a stock buyback tips you off that the stock is primed to go up. To capitalize on the huge returns, four years ago I created my exclusive Buyback Strategy.

 

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