True Alpha’s mission is to bring you ideas that give you an edge over other investors in today’s markets. Our top focus has been on cutting-edge companies with revolutionary technologies. But our search has also led us to incredible options plays and fast-breaking opportunities in cryptocurrencies.

Along the way, we’ve racked up some nice wins, like the 103% gains we recommended taking from STMicroelectronics… the 105% gains we said to take from CONTROL4… even the 227% gains from call options on Apple.

I’m pretty proud of that record, and I wish it could continue on for many more years. But my publisher, Wall Street Daily, has been acquired by another company. And while I was offered a chance to continue True Alpha, I’ve decided instead to focus on my institutional advisory firm, Disruptive Tech Research.

So we are shutting down True Alpha, effective immediately. This is your final alert from me.

Of course, we’re not leaving you empty-handed. In fact, our new publisher is automatically transferring your subscription to not one but two brand-new services — both dedicated to covering stock stories the rest of Wall Street has missed.

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Meet The Editors

Louis Basenese

Louis Basenese helped direct over $1 billion in institutional capital at Morgan Stanley before leaving Wall Street for Silicon Valley. Now, as the world’s premier venture capital analyst, Louis tracks early investment opportunities born from technological breakthroughs and new drug discoveries. His deep expertise of patents, buyouts, takeovers, mergers & acquisitions, Reg-D offerings, and crow...

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Jonathan Rodriguez

Serving as St. Paul Research’s Senior Analyst, Jonathan has helped develop successful products that earned readers triple-digit gains. Specializing in high-alpha trading strategies using small cap stocks, cryptocurrencies and options, he has worked alongside the brightest minds in the financial markets to uncover timely and profitable opportunities. Before joining St. Paul Research, Jonathan spent...

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Martin Hutchinson

For 27 years, Martin Hutchinson was an international merchant banker in London, New York, and Zagreb. He ran derivatives platforms for two European banks before serving as director of a Spanish venture capital company, advisor to the Korean company Sunkyong, and chairman of a U.S. modular building company. In Zagreb, he established the Croatian debt capital markets, set up the corporate finance op...

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