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bill mathews


Editor & Founder

Bill Mathews has been recognized as one of the foremost authorities in the country on investing in micro-cap and turnaround stocks. He founded The Cheap Investor in August, 1981, which has been one of the most successful investment newsletters in the industry. Bill spent 15 years teaching business and investment courses at Triton College. He also taught securities analysis for the MBA program at the Keller Graduate School of Management.


Markets Relatively Calm Despite Threat of War

The war of words is intensifying between the U.S. and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. North Korea is threatening that the U.S. mainland could be “reduced to ashes at any moment.” It even warned that its Army is now “on standby to launch fire…

Why Dow 25,000 isn’t out of the question

In the six months since President Trump took office, the U.S. has gained 1.1 million jobs after employers added another 209,000 in July and 231,000 for June, according to the U.S. Labor Department. The July 2017 numbers were quite a bit better than estimates,…

Making Big Money 39 Gift

Making Big Money in Small Stocks


Bill's primary reason for writing Making BIG Money in Small Stocks is to help you become the best investor you can be. Statistics indicate that 70 percent of all investors lose money in the stock market. Why? Most investors buy poor quality stocks at too high a price. They either get greedy and don’t take their profit, or ignore signals that indicate the price may go down. Then they end up selling their stocks for a loss. This book will give you a better understanding of the stock market in general, and how to pick quality stocks, buy them at a good low price and sell for a tidy profit.

My goal is to teach you the same strategies that have allowed me to pick massive winners year-after-year for my subscribers.