Wondering what Jeff Brown's stock picks and predictions are? Then you're in the right place.
Below I've compiled a list of Brown's stock picks that I will be periodically updating as he pumps out new investment teasers, which you probably already know is pretty darn often.
If you're familiar with this website, then you know that here at Green Bull Research we expose investment teasers. The list I'll be compiling will come from full exposé posts we've written. In this compilation list, I'll provide summaries of his picks while also providing links to the full exposé posts if you want more information on them (all 100% free of course).
This list is going to get pretty long. To save you some pain, I've made it so that the latest picks are near the top, but feel free to scroll through some of his older predictions as well, as some could still be worth looking at.
*Got a recommendation that's not on the list? Let us know in the comment section below this post*
Jeff Brown's 2022 Stock Picks
Starting with the latest, here are Brown's 2022 predictions that we've looked into.
That "CTX" Biotech Company
There are two variations of this teaser that I've seen floating around, one titled "The Launch" and the other titled "Elon's 'Final Act'"...
In this teaser, Brown starts off telling us that Tesla is getting involved in biotech by making RNA molecule printers.
He tells us this is just the beginning. The real opportunity here comes from a new biotechnology called “CTX 0-0-1”, which will be "the beginning of the end of disease as we know it."
We're told that it is mostly "smaller, lesser-known companies" making this "CTX" technology.
But, what the heck is this "CTX" tech in the first place?
What Jeff is talking about here is the gene-editing tech known as CRISPR and the technology behind it, which regular readers of Green Bull Research should be familiar with having reviewed Dylan Jovine's CRISPR stock and Brown's "Digital Leap" stock.
CRISPR technology allows genes to be "edited" in a way. It's genetic engineering that has the potential to remove DNA that could lead to disease risk.
Brown tells us that this new tech could "replace pill and surgery" and with this cut into Big Pharma's pockets taking away billions of dollars a day.
There are 4 stocks teased here, but the clues are very limited and we have only been able to potentially expose one.
After doing a good amount of detective work and looking into the "CTX001" code that Brown mentioned in the teaser, we were able to narrow our sights on CRISPR Therapeutics AG (Nasdaq: CRSP). This, we believe, is the 4th company he teased here.
We were led to this finding simply based on the fact that the company's new gene therapy is called "CTX001", and of course, it's in the right industry.
His "S.C.G." Spacial Computing Stock Pick
Here we've got a teaser presentation titled "The #1 Stock for the $1.5 Trillion Spatial Computing Revolution"...
In this teaser Jeff talked about how he believes S.C.G. technology will kill the iPhone and all the other billions of smart phones, making them obsolete, similar to that "death of the iPhone" pitch from Motley Fool a while back.
Apple, Facebook, and other big tech companies are investing largely into this new field.
What is this new tech he's teasing?
It's none other than spatial computing, which he thinks will become a $1.5 trillion industry (a pretty liberal estimate).
The reason Brown thinks spacial computing has so much potential is because of its ability to virtualize the real world.
Have you heard about Apple working on glasses that will be able to connect to the internet and provide helpful information and displays overlapping the real world? This, augmented reality, is the type of thing we're talking about here.
In Brown's report titled The #1 Stock for the $1.5 Trillion Spatial Computing Revolution, he lays out his S.C.G. stock pick.
We've been able to expose this one pretty confidently.
We're told it:
- "is a key Apple supplier"
- makes a key component for spatial computing glasses
- is 64x smaller than Apple (or was when he first started teasing it)
- is already a long-term supplier to Apple
Based on the clues given, Corning Inc. (NYSE: GLW) is what we think his S.C.G. pick is.
That 510K Program Biotech Company
In this teaser presentation, titled "Profit & The 510K Program", we have Jeff teasing a biotech company making what Brown says will be a revolutionary new surgical robot device.
This teaser is all about a small biotech company that Brown thinks will be approved by the FDA's 510k program, and he thinks the stock price will skyrocket as a result, claiming that this small-cap company “could be the biggest windfall of your life”.
The special report he wrote up with the details of this one is called "The 510K Blueprint".
The FDA's 510k program is just one of the processes of FDA approval a medical device manufacturer can go through before being able to sell in the US - the other process being Premarket Approval. It's basically a fast-track process that allows manufacturers to show "substantial equivalence" of their product to other products already on the market, and with this they are able to receive approval faster. Going this route doesn't require clinical data; there's no panel review, no pre-clearance inspection, etc.
So, what Brown did here is looked at companies that file for this 510k program and found one that he thinks has a lot of potential.
The company being teased here is a biotech one that makes a small surgical robot that “operates 100% inside the human body”.
Surgical robots that are somewhat similar have been around, but this company Brown claims makes a much improved product and they can still show "substantial equivalence" for the FDA 510k program approval, which is why he thinks it's the perfect opportunity.
__THIS ONE'S IN THE WORKS__
>>See our full exposé of this 510k program stock here... SHORTLY
His "M.T.A." Metaverse Pick"
Jeff tells us there is a big race going on in the tech world, calling it "The $33 Trillion Tech Race To: 'M.T.A.'"...
That's Chris Hurt you see there above in this interview-like presentation with Mr. Brown.
We've probably all heard of the metaverse by now, and this is what he's talking about when he says "M.T.A.". It's been a big area of interest lately, as we've seen from other investment teasers such as with Michael Robinson's Metaverse picks.
We have all the big tech companies rushing into this new field: Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Disney, and, of course, Facebook, which even changed their parent name to Meta in pursuit of this new field.
Brown thinks that the metaverse will be huge. He tells us that “a giant wave of new millionaires will be created” and even thinks that it's possible that the metaverse will bring about the world's first trillionaire.
Whether you're a fan of the virtual 3D world of the metaverse and its potential or not, it's probably going to grow immensely moving forward.
The clues we're given for Brown's "metaverse profit-play" include:
- "after investing in the public and private markets for 36-years, he has never seen such a pivotal investing moment such as this”
- "this one play is set to deliver a 19x return on your money over the next year"
... yeah... he doesn't really give us any clues here - no company-specific clues whatsoever. So, we obviously couldn't expose this one for you.
As always, if you happen to know this pick, we'd greatly appreciate a share in the comment section at the bottom.
"The #1 Microchip Stock of 2022" - His "EUV" and Chip Shortage Stocks
We've had plenty of microchip teasers over the years. There was Jimmy Mengel's "God Chip" company, Chris DeHaemer teased a microchip manufacturer, etc... and now we have Brown teasing what he calls "The #1 Microchip Stock of 2022"...
We've all heard about the microchip shortages going around.
Unfortunately, most of the world's microchips, which seem to be needed in just about everything nowadays, come from Taiwan. And with the global shutdown stemming from the COVID response, supply chains have been severely disrupted, creating a massive chip shortage in the US and elsewhere.
Brown tells us that with this new "EUV" technology a company he's identified is working on, it could be the end of such a shortage.
He even goes as far as to predict that nearly all of the world's microchips could be produced by the EUV machine this company has.
What he's talking about here is "Extreme Ultra Violet", which is light with very short wavelength that can be harnessed to manufacture microchips that are more powerful, efficient, and at a much less cost, which you can read about here if you're interested.
The clues we are given as to his stock pick include that the company:
- controls 60% of the chip lithography market and 100% of the EUV market
- is a Dutch company
- and that in 2020, "this company produced 35 EUV machines, which cost an incredible $180 million EACH. By 2025, they plan to double this production"
We were able to positively identify this one as ASML Holding N.V. (Nasdaq: ASML), which is a Dutch-based company that specializes in making the photolithography systems Jeff talks about.
Brown also teases two other chip shortage stocks in this teaser. We think the one teased is NVIDIA Corp. (Nasdaq: NVDA), but are unsure of the 3rd.
Fintech Play for the "End of the Dollar"
Here we have a re-run of the doom and gloom pitch from Brown that has been around since at least 2021. It used to be titled the "Great Reset", but it's since been updated as "The End of the Dollar"...
Jeff teases us with his "#1 Tech Play for the Digital Dollar Revolution".
Digital cash is on the way Brown tells us, and it won't be long before physical cash ceases to be used. Hmm... I've definitely heard this pitch before (from Nick Giambruno's "The Switch" & "4th Shock" teaser for example).
There has already been a great deal of talk about bringing about a central bank digital currency (CBDC) in the US... and we almost saw one come about from Congress along with the one stimulus bill from COVID.
It sounds bad but Brown tells us he has a Fintech play that can make us all rich (well, he doesn't say it exactly like this).
As mentioned, he's been teasing this pick for a while now, since at least 2021. Some of the clues we were given include that this company:
- "already serves 95 of the top 100 financial institutions"
- and that it's already being used to distribute stimulus funds to millions of Americans
When we reviewed this pick in 2021, we didn't even make a guess as to what company was being teased, due to the lack of clues. However, this time we said that "we can’t be 100% certain, but to us it sure sounds like Jeff is talking about Deluxe Corp. (NYSE: DLX)"... but received a number of comments on our write-up from subscribers to Brown's service stating that we are wrong with this one.
*Care to share what Fintech play he's teasing? Let us know in the comment section below this post*
That "S.A.V." ("Tesla's Secret Supplier") Company (Again)
This "S.A.V." pitch dates back to at least 2021 (covered below already), but the presentation is still up at the moment and people are still asking about it...
As mentioned in the previous listing, "S.A.V." is just some made-up acronym by Brown himself.
What it refers to is "the marriage between two new exciting technologies". He's talking about EVs and AI here, both of which we've had plenty of teasers on (there was Ian King's EV company, Luke Lango's "#1 Electric Vehicle Stock of the Decade", Ian King again with his "x.AI" stock, and plenty others).
In the presentation, Brown goes on to talk about how much EV battery costs have decreased and the advancements in AI tech, of which Tesla is at the forefront of.
But, of course, he's not recommending that you go out and buy Tesla. Just like there's an "Apple effect" which causes a company's stock to skyrocket after a partnership with the tech giant is announced, the same goes for Tesla, and Brown tells us that there is a "secret supplier" making their advanced autonomous vehicles possible.
What we know from the teaser is that this small company makes image sensors for Tesla, and not much more than that.
From this, we narrowed in on the pick here being ON Semiconductor (NASDAQ: ON), which was later confirmed in comments left from alleged subscribers to Brown's services.
Jeff Brown's 2021 Picks
And, some picks from Brown in 2021...
The "G.T.E." (Global Token Exchange) Company
He claims that with just $25, we can get into "20,000 IPOs All in One Day"...
The pitch sounds pretty enticing.
What he's talking about here is something that he thinks “will have an impact 113 times bigger than the Internet… 600 times bigger than 5G… and 1,000 times bigger than the stock market”.
It's all about making everything a token... basically... by securitizing alternative assets and just about anything you can think of and making them tradable via this G.T.E. technology so that essentially, instead of just buying stocks, cryptos, bonds, etc., you can own just about anything through investment.
More specifically, Brown is talking about NFTs here.
NFTs are "non-fungible tokens" that cannot be duplicated and are used to represent ownership of anything, tangible and intangible, although mostly digital assets.
His pick to make big money on this new tech is hinted at by him stating that...
- "JP Morgan announced that they will be tokenizing gold bars on this exchange."
- "The Global Token Exchange could open up an opportunity that is 1,000 times bigger than crypto and NFT combined."
- "Today’s easy investment gets you a piece of the whole exchange, for just $25."
Were came up a little short on this one. While Coinbase is priced much higher than the stated $25 that Brown tells us, we mentioned that it could be his pick, while also mentioning that the price doesn't match up to the clues given.
However, since we published the write-up, we've received a comment stating that Brown's pick is Quorum, which is and Ethereum-based DLT (distributed ledger technology) that is being brought to the financial industry by JP Morgan (matches up with that clue!). This was supposedly published as a recommendation in May, 2021.
"S.A.V." Company That's "Tesla's Secret Supplier"
Here we have a pitch for what Jeff is calling "S.A.V." (if you've already read above, then you know Brown is still teasing this pick as of 2022)...
What the heck is "S.A.V." you ask?
Well, it's a term that Brown seems to have made up himself, but what it refers to is what's important.
What Brown is "talking about the marriage between two new exciting technologies", EVs and AI.
EV battery costs have been dropping drastically over recent years. Couple this with advancements in AI and you have... well... something like Tesla.
But, it's important to point out that Brown doesn't see Tesla as just an EV company, but rather as more of an AI company because of how advanced its AI technology is. So, while many consider Tesla to be extremely overvalued from an EV manufacturing perspective, Brown sees things differently looking at the company's AI advancements and potential.
Tesla is at the lead of this EV/AI "marriage" and Brown tells us that there is a company "supplying Elon with a key piece of technology" to make it all possible.
Just as when any small company partners with a larger and successful company, we're told investing in this one could make us all rich.
Not much was given for this prediction, but we were told that this company makes a certain image sensor used in Tesla cars.
From the little hints given, we deduced ON Semiconductor (NASDAQ: ON) to be his pick here (later confirmed in comments left from alleged subscribers to Brown's services).
Brown's Genetic Therapy Biotech Company
We've seen everything from your more normal biotech teasers to that of the "Pfizer of Pot", and here we have Brown telling us that a "New Flood of Biotech Profits"? This is what the title says...
Here we are told that "a controversial FDA move could soon unleash another $1.2 trillion from institutional investors into a handful of biotechnology stocks".
Brown goes on to talk about how the COVID pandemic has led to a rally in the biotech space, making it one of the best performing areas in the stock market.
And there's more. He tells us about an "unusual guarantee" that the FDA can issue to a company that gives it exclusivity in the market, which is obviously a huge advantage from a competitive standpoint.
What he's talking about here is an "Orphan Product" designation, which besides coming with the incentive of market exclusivity for up to 7 years after approval, also comes with exemption from user fees and tax credits for qualified clinical trials.
Brown has his sights on one particular biotech company, this one in the area of genetic therapy, which he calls "the holy grail of medicine".
Some of the rather vague clues given on this pick include:
- that "the FDA already green-lighted six of this company’s cures"
- that it "developed, perfected, and filed patents for a new delivery method for these new drugs"
- and that "this company has positioned itself to make the next generation of medicines… AND be the main supplier of the delivery mechanism needed to make these new drugs work"
There really isn't much to go off of here and because of this, unfortunately, we haven't been able to reveal his pick for you.
His "iCar" (Apple Car Partner) Pick
There have been a few presentation variations for this one, such as those pictured below titled "iCar" & "R.I.P. Tesla", all teasing the same Apple supplier company, and no... this has nothing to do with Jimmy Mengel's "Tesla Killer".
As you can tell, Brown thinks that Apple's new autonomous car, the iCar, is going to make Tesla obsolete.
Will it really? Probably not, but even if it doesn't, the small company that's supplying Apple here stands a chance of profiting hugely.
There's this thing called "the Apple effect" that happens when companies partner with them - their stock prices often skyrocket as a result.
This makes sense. After all, having one of the world's largest and most successful companies entering into a partnership is bound to attract investors from all over.
Brown believes that when Apple officially announces the iCar, one particular tiny electric car company will be hit by this Apple effect.
About this company, we're told that it:
- "is more than 500 times smaller than Apple"
- has someone working high up in the company known as the "Steve Jobs of cars"
- and is "one of the hottest electric vehicle stocks on Wall Street right now"
We initially guessed wrong on this prediction, but have since corrected our mistake thanks to a subscriber who was happy to let us know the pick with certainty.
It's none other than Fisker (FSR) being teased here, which is an American EV maker based out of Southern California.
Will Apple really announce a partnership with this company? Only time will tell... but this is his prediction.
That "Convergence" Small-cap Stock
He tells us that "Our World Is Changing" and it all has to do with "Convergence"...
We're told that this technology could completely change society as we know it, and of course, there is Bill Gates investing over $300 million of his money into it.
Brown says that 99% of people have no idea what this technology is, but now you will.
What he's talking about here is AI's use in the biotech field, and more specifically... AI's ability to discover new and effective drugs, which even Alphabet (Google's parent company) is getting involved in with their advanced AI tech.
Only about 0.02% of drugs discovered in labs end up making it to market, and Brown tells us that new improvements in AI could fix this inefficiency, making it much faster and cheaper to find new medications for various illnesses.
He teases us with a biotech company and some of the clues given on this one are that it:
- is 1/100 the size of Johnson & Johnson
- can "evaluate billions of molecules per week."
- operational "in a lab in New York"
Based on the clues, we've been able to pull up Schrödinger, Inc. (Nasdaq: SDGR) as his probable pick, matching up pretty well.
His "Digital Leap" Stock
Apparently, this is going to be "America's Last Digital Leap"... so we're told by Mr. Brown here...
He claims that this new "digital leap" is going to be worth $11 trillion one day and it all has to do with "immune medicine".
We're teased with an early-stage company that's revolutionizing medical care and has to do with gene-editing technology, which has been a popular area of investment lately, as we've seen from Joel Litman's SynBio stocks as well as Dylan Jovine's CRISPR stock teaser.
Gene editing is a rapidly growing field mainly because of its potential in the healthcare arena, which is that it can literally be used to remove or replace DNA that could lead to increased disease risk.
But, the company being teased here doesn't do gene editing themselves.
We are told:
- it has an "immune medicine database"
- its database has 58 million cell receptors that he thinks could help change the way cancer is treated
- "they’ve developed a new technique for genetic editing that allows them to fix typos outside the body”
- it's partnered with Microsoft to speed up its work with the help of their cloud computing services - so that the AI can run DNA sequences faster
What is it? We've identified it as Adaptive Biotechnologies (Nasdaq: ADPT).
This company isn't involved in gene editing technology directly, but instead gets paid to sequence samples of DNA for researchers and the biopharma industry.
Blockchain stocks to profit from "The Private Money Revolution"
Here we have Mr. Brown teasing us with some blockchain picks to profit from "The Private Money Revolution"...
Since as long as any of us can remember, currencies have been centralized, controlled by governments and central banks. But, with the advent of blockchain, we're starting to see many promising digital currencies become more mainstream, and along with this we're also starting to see many investment gurus teasing investments in this area - Teeka Tiwari's "1170 Account" blockchain picks, Christian DeHaemer’s blockchain "backdoor" teaser, Michael Robinson's blockchain stock and others.
We all know about Bitcoin, but this isn't what Jeff is teasing here. Bitcoin, while having the first-mover advantage and being extremely popular, isn't going to be a replacement of our current financial system. Rather, it's becoming increasingly used as more of a store of value, like a "digital gold".
Senate Banking Committee leader Patrick McHenry has stated that "there is no capacity to kill digital currencies", and more specifically he's talking about decentralized, blockchain-based digital currencies here.
Anyway, this is the opportunity Brown teases us with, and instead of recommending cryptocurrencies here, he recommends 3 blockchain companies that have something to do with the underlying tech.
Unfortunately, this is another one where Brown didn't really give any clues about the companies he's teasing. Could they be mining stocks like Bitfarms or Riot Blockchain? Could they be involved in making the GPUs needed for some mining operations like Nvidia? Who knows... but if you have any info on these picks, be sure to let us know below this post, please.
His "#1 Fintech Play"
Here we have Jeff bringing us some doom and gloom presentations titled "The Great Reset" and "The Controlled Demolition of America". While they have different titles, both are variations of the same presentation, teasing the same fintech stock pick.
In this teaser, Brown talks about how there is a "Great Reset" of our financial system underway, similar to what Klaus Schwab and the WEF are pushing out.
He goes on to say that the Biden administration is taking advantage of the pandemic to shift the economy from capitalistic one to something that's "a new kind of social economy", where climate change, sustainability, and fairness are more important than our constitutional rights.
It's all about central bank digital currencies here, which we've already seen some countries around the world roll out, with lots more in the making.
With a centrally controlled digital currency regulated by the state, the government will be able to track its citizens like never before, and although this sounds dreadful Brown tells us that he has a hidden investment opportunity in all of this that could "potentially make you more in the next 6-12 months than you've made in your entire life".
He's eyeing "two emerging technologies" here, the first being Bitcoin and the second being a Fintech play, which will be propelled forward by his predicted "end of cash".
Some of the clues given for this Fintech pick include that the company...
- "already services 95 of the top 100 financial institutions, which will allow them to roll out this new architecture to nearly every financial institution in America"
- and that it "has been used to distribute emergency COVID relief funds to millions of Americans"
Not much to go off of here. Unfortunately, we weren't able to expose this one for you, but if you have any guesses we'd love to hear them in the comment section at the bottom.
Picks by Mr. Brown from 2020...
His "Miracle Antibiotic" Company
There is supposedly a small biotech company working on a "miracle antibiotic" that just got fast-tracked...
Why is this so important for investors? Well, because if the company receives Phase 3 approval, as Brown himself says... "shares of this miracle antibiotic company could jump 12x in a matter of hours".
Sounds like a pretty good deal to me... but of course, reaching Phase 3 approval is easier said than done, with more than 58% of drugs failing in this phase.
Nonetheless, Brown has his hopes up for this company, which he thinks will change the antibiotic landscape forever. At the moment, many antibiotics used were developed back in the 1980's, but hopefully this will change all of that.
Not only is Brown relying on this small company passing Phase 3 trials with its new drug, but he also hints at the potential it has to be scooped up by bigger pharmaceutical companies, which would likely further lead to a spike in stock price.
Some of the limited clues on this microcap biotech pick include:
- it's worth around $180 million, making it "the perfect candidate to be acquired by big pharmaceutical companies"
- it has exclusive rights to sell the cure in Europe and the United States
- it's backed by the DOD, Google, and Bill Gates
This one is tricky, but we think it could be the AstraZenaca spin-off Entasis Therapeutics (NASDAQ: ETTX), which is currently in Phase 3 trials with an antibiotic for gonnorrhea they call zoliflodacin. They have received funding from the DOD, are backed by Bill Gates' foundation, etc.
That said, we are aware that StockGumshoe came to the conclusion that the pick here is Spero Therapeutics (SPRO). So be sure to do your own due diligence and see what you think.
The "#1 Biotech Stock"
A "Tech Melt!"?
Yes, this is what Brown is telling us is coming. It's a bit of a gloomy prediction, but of course, he has his eyes set on a company that's going to make us all rich, right?
Jeff tells us in this teaser that "tech stocks are about to experience the biggest shock since the 2000 DotCom bust". He says that "a big pullback in tech is coming".
Well, this isn't anything far-fetched. In fact, a lot of analysts and contrarian investors see tech stocks as extremely overvalued. But, this isn't really the main point of this teaser.
The main point is that, while your typical tech stocks may experience big pullbacks, Brown believes biotech is going to be an industry that booms during it all, partially catalyzed by the COVID pandemic.
The biotech company he's teasing is supposedly "the absolute first to use genome sequencing to diagnose Covid-19" (yep, another COVID-related pick here, as we've seen from others such as Michael Robinson's "Super Vaccine" company) and he's calling it the "King of Genetic Sequencing".
Some of the clues we were given for this one include:
- the FDA’s former Commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, just joined this company’s Board of Directors
- it has “a new genome sequencer… slated to come out in the fourth quarter!”.
- and we're told that Morgan Stanley, Blackrock, and Vanguard are all investing heavily in the company
Our best guess for his pick here is Illumina Inc. (NASDAQ: ILMN), which is a large genome sequencing provider.
Who Is Jeff Brown?
Since this is a rolling list of all Brown's recommendations we've covered and will continue to cover going forward, I think it's important to give a bit of detail on the man behind it all... Brown himself.
Assuming that you've seen some of his teaser presentations, then you should already know some of his background, or at least some of his alleged background, much of which you can find on his LinkedIn profile.
Brown claims to have received a Bachelor's degree from Purdue, went to London Business School for his Masters's, and also Yale University and Stanford for a leadership program and certificate, as well as some others.
While I haven't been able to verify all of his claims here, I do know that he went to Purdue and there is at least some evidence of him going to Yale.
As for his career claims, I have also been able to somewhat confirm that he was employed as a VP at NXP Semiconductors as well as him working in an executive position at Qualcomm, both of which are very impressive.
Not only that, but I was also able to find a document showing that he is indeed an angel investor, as he often likes to mention.
*Note: All of this proof can be found in my exhaustive review of the man
In a nutshell, Brown is a highly educated ex-tech executive, as he claims to be, that remains active in the tech space but has since directed much of his attention to his investment research service, which you well know is Brownstone Research.
Brownstone Research was founded by Mr. Brown in 2020, but prior to this he had already been working as an investment newsletter editor for Bonner & Partners, which is an investment research firm (also under the Agora) that has since disappeared.
In an industry (the investment advisory industry) that's full of scammy newsletters and bad advice, Brown is actually one of the men (and women) that I'd say is on the better side of things. Yes, he does still have connections to The Agora and does get a few complaints over his hyped-up and sometimes somewhat misleading investment teasers, but the guy is an expert when it comes to tech investing and knows what he's talking about.
That said, if you do choose to follow his recommendations, I have to always recommend that you still do your own due diligence.
Quick Recap & Should You Buy His Recommendations?
Here at Green Bull Research, we don't make our own investment recommendations. This just isn't in our wheelhouse. We do actively recommend this single investment advisory service, but other than that we just like to expose the investment opportunities people like Jeff Brown tease us with by piecing together the trail of clues they leave us.
With that said, I'm not going to tell you to follow or not follow Brown's recommendations. You can look into these yourself and decide. We're just doing the digging and bringing them to your attention for free so that you don't have to whip out your wallet and join his newsletter services just to find out.
I hope you've enjoyed this list of his recommendations. As always, leave any comments and/or questions below.
***And, if you have any information on stock picks we haven't listed or haven't been able to expose, let us know in the comment section below!***