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>“4 Stocks Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Know About”

This is all about four stocks. We provide the descriptions of where in the country they exist as companies and a little bit about them, but you will have to put names on them. . . at least for now. On our next post we’ll see if you know the answers. Write your answers in the Comment spot by clicking “Comments” below. These are real companies, real stocks that you and I should be discovering and maybe investing in.

“4 Stocks Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Know About” marks the inaugural Special Report from HiddenStocks.com.  Inside this Special Report you’ll get the story on 4 stocks that you simply won’t learn about anywhere else – not on CNBC, not in the pages of Investor’s Business Daily, and certainly not in the Wall Street Journal.

Discover the following companies:

1- A junior oil producer operating in the prolific U.S. Rocky Mountain region that owns properties with a potential output worth an estimated $11 billion at current market prices.

2- A company that is developing next-generation applications, content and media assets targeting valuable on-screen real estate — the billions of computer, television, PDAs, iPhones, iPods, and camera and mobile phone desktops in use worldwide.

3- A company that is sitting on 28 square miles of property in the Carlin Trend, the richest gold district in the western hemisphere, second in the world only to Witwatersrand, South Africa. The big three producing gold companies -Goldcorp, Barrick and Newmont all made their mark on the Carlin Trend.

4- A company at the forefront of the emerging $10.8 billion global spice market. From its boutique farmers and organic-certified processing and packaging facility to its grind-fresh blends, this company stands out from the competition.

In the coming weeks you can expect to hear more from HiddenStocks.com regarding the companies discussed within the Special Report.

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