Earn 25%+ Annual Returns With Net Net Hunter

NET NET HUNTER IS THE ONLY MEMBERS SITE 100% FOCUSED ON HIGH QUALITY INTERNATIONAL NET NET STOCKS

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How to Get 25% Annual Returns – With Minimal Time and Effort

Before we dig into the details, keep in mind: this is an often overlooked value investing strategy... It's not pretty and the stock picks can often look ugly. But make no mistake about it – this is the best performing value strategy for small investors. Even Warren Buffett has said great things about Graham's net net strategy. In his early days running a small fund, Buffett relied on net net investing as his bread and butter to earn market crushing returns.

Warren Buffett

My cigar-butt strategy worked very well while I was managing small sums. Indeed, the many dozens of free puffs I obtained in the 1950s made that decade by far the best of my life for both relative and absolute investment performance.

Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway

Net Net Hunter is designed to cut most of the time and effort you spend on stock selection out of the investment process.

Our Shortlist is a secondary screen that filters out 95% of the available net nets to identify the best investment candidates available.

Every month we dig through over 550 net net stocks in the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan to bring you the 30 best investment opportunities.

I hand-pick net net stocks using core elements from my proprietary Core7 Scorecard – a combination of Benjamin Graham's timeless investment principles, advice from major investors such as Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch, and the findings of modern scientific research.

Our investment foundation is very much Graham and Dodd but our focus is evidence based investing that leverages contemporary scientific studies.

Net Net Hunter's Raw List compiles all 550 statistical net nets into a sortable list so you can easily dig through the remaining firms

I must say that it is an extremely undervalued service and something I have been looking for, for a long time! Thanks again for providing the service! Your analyses are thorough, logically sound, and approached with the right amount of conservatism.

James Moore
Jr Moore Associates, Lp.

Monthly

$124.99per month recurring
  • 30 Hand-Picked High Quality Net Nets
  • 550+ International Net Net Stocks
  • Inner Circle Forum Access
  • Resource Center Access
  • Inner Circle Newsletter Subscription
  • Inner Circle Advice Email Series
  • 1-on-1 Help With Implementation
  • Net Net Stock Index Tracking
  • 12 Investment Research Reports Per Year
  • Choose Your Subscription Length

Yearly

$41.66per month (charged annually, recurring)
  • 30 Hand-Picked High Quality Net Nets
  • 550+ International Net Net Stocks
  • Inner Circle Forum Access
  • Resource Center Access
  • Inner Circle Newsletter Subscription
  • Inner Circle Advice Email Series
  • 1-on-1 Help With Implementation
  • Net Net Stock Index Tracking
  • 12 Investment Research Reports Per Year
  • Inner Circle Portfolio Access
  • Save $1000 a Year!

"The thought of financial independence before turning 40 had never crossed my mind. Then, I was lucky to meet Evan who has been offering guidance on how to invest. This is how I made a promise to myself to retire in under ten years. I now feel that my goal is within reach."

Luis Cote

Improve your Investment Performance With These Simple Rules

One of the great features of our net net strategy is that it relies heavily on information that can be quantified.

Everything we teach on Net Net Hunter is rooted in modern scientific approaches to traditional, Graham-style value investing, or through time-tested advice from Buffett & Lynch.

In other words, our investment strategy helps you avoid emotional, risky decisions based on your own biases, stock price movements or market trends.

There are very specific signals for buying and selling net net stocks that are impossible to ignore once you know them.

As long as you follow our simple rules for buying and selling net nets, you'll take on much less risk while retaining tremendous upside potential.

You don't have to make complicated future earnings projections, conduct market position analysis, or memorize strange candlestick technical patterns to earn market-beating returns with net nets... and we'll show you how.

Just read our Inner Circle Advice emails, ask questions, comb through our Shortlist, and stick to a few simple rules.

How Has My Personal Portfolio Performed?

Since inception on February 7th, 2014, my portfolio has recorded a 47.26% gain versus the NASDAQ's 10.31% return.

That's a 36.95% excess return over the market.

On a compound basis, I've been able to nail down a CAGR of 21.36% versus 5.03% for the NASDAQ.

That's an excess CAGR of 16.33% for my portfolio.

Over the same period, the RUSSELL 2000, arguably a more accurate benchmark since it only tracks small cap firms or smaller, shrank -8.28%.

That's a compound average loss of -4.23% for an index tracking similar equities.

Were My Higher Returns Due to Taking On More Risk?

Over that time period my portfolio's maximum drawdown (the drop in portfolio value from top tick to bottom tick) was only -7.95%. That's less than half of the Russell 2000's maximum drawdown of -20.76% and nearly half of the NASDAQ's maximum drawdown of -14.41%.

Downside deviation (academic "risk" that only looks at downside volatility) was only 2.52% versus the Russell 2000's 3.85% and the NASDAQ's 3.01%.

In other words, according to academics, my portfolio was much less volatile (risky) than investing in the NASDAQ or the Russell 2000.

Splitting up the previous 2 years into 25 equal periods, my portfolio had 17 up periods and only 8 down periods versus the NASDAQ's 12/13 and the Russell 2000's 13/12.

My portfolio had far more periods with a positive return, and far fewer periods with a negative return, than either index.

Net Nets I Typically Buy

Take a look at some of the stocks I was recently holding in my portfolio. This is a snapshot of my portfolio during the middle of 2015, a period when the American Markets were valued at a CAPE of 24x...

  • Stock A

    $5.8 Million CAD Market Cap, Net Cash, Improving Earnings, Buying Back Shares, No Debt, 56% Price to NCAV

  • Stock B

    $6.83 Million USD Market Cap, Growing Net Current Asset Value Per Share, 11% Insider Ownership, Profitable, 40% Price to NCAV

  • Stock C

    $17 Million AUD Market Cap, No Debt, In the Depths of a Biblical Cyclical Industry Downswing, Stable Net Current Asset Value

  • Stock D

    5 Billion Yen Market Cap, 6.25x PE, 9% Dividend Yield, Increasing Dividend, Increasing Earnings, Increasing NCAV, 60% Price to NCAV

  • Stock E

    1.88 Billion Yen Market Cap, 8.6x PE, Increasing Earnings Over the Last 4 Years, 44% Price to NCAV, Solid Dividend, Increasing NCAV

  • Stock F

    2.33 Million GBP Market Cap, 7.25x PE, 31% Insiders Ownership, No Debt, Increasing Earnings Rapidly, Buying Back Stock, 68% Price to NCAV

  • Stock G

    21.59 Billion Yen, 46% Price to NCAV, 12% Debt to Equity Ratio, Earnings Growing at a 22% CAGR, 7.94x PE, Quickly Buying Back Shares

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Here's What Members Say

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"Net net hunter makes selecting net nets really easy by having a shortlist of international stocks ready to go. The stocks are filtered through their scorecard to increase the odds of picking winners and helps you understand what process is being used."

Jae Jun - Old School value

"I went to his site and I was amazed by the amount of content that he had. It’s really very high quality stuff. There are not a lot of websites that talk about Benjamin Graham style investing and it was like a gem in a lot of rubbish sites. So, I persuaded my business partners to sign up for a Net Net Hunter subscription and inside the membership we found even more gems — Evan talked about stocks, analyzed net net stocks in detail, and not just in a particular country such as in the US which most sites cover, he also went into the UK, Japan, all these countries uncovering net net stocks."

Alvin Chow - Big Fat Purse

Show Me the Money: My Personal Portfolio Returns

Remember, I invest in net nets exclusively (why would I invest in anything else?) and use Net Net Hunter to fill my own portfolio. So far, the result has been great.

The image above is taken straight from my broker's reporting tool. Note that I changed the name of my account to hide the account number for security reasons. I also added the names of the benchmark indices in brackets to make the graph easier to read.

Since inception on February 7th, 2014, my portfolio has recorded a 47.26% gain versus the NASDAQ's 10.31% return. That's a 36.95% excess return over the market. On a compound basis, I've been able to nail down a CAGR of 21.36% versus 5.03% for the NASDAQ. That's an excess CAGR of 16.33%.

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I will give you my personal scorecard and the same exact shortlist I use to pick stocks for my portfolio.

Shortlist

Get quick access to the best NCAV stocks available. Every month we dig through over 550 net net stocks in the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan to bring you the absolute best investment opportunities. I hand-pick net net stocks using my proprietary Core7 Scorecard– a combination of Benjamin Graham's timeless investment principles, advice from major investors such as Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch, and the findings of modern scientific research.

International Raw Screen

Use your own skill to identify net net stocks that meet your own particular deep value investment style. You get access to over 550 net net stocks in the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan. We regularly add more markets based on member demand.

Net Net Index

Track your net net stock portfolio against the most relevant benchmark, other international net net stocks. We track the performance of all buyable NCAV stocks in the markets we cover so you can tell in a single glance how well your portfolio is performing. No other website offers this.

Stock Research Analyses

Yearly members get access to 12 stock research analyses per year. I dig deep into our Net Net Hunter Shortlist using my Core7 Scorecard and additional supplemental information when picking stocks for my own portfolio and then make this research available to you. Use these powerful insights when selecting stocks for your own portfolio.

Resource Center

Get access to our massive library of value investing articles, guides and strategies. I've taken great care to explain all aspects of our Core7 Scorecard so you can understand the thinking behind each criterion. I've also put together a number of net net stock studies and Buffett's Partnership letters so you can dig deeper into Graham's net net stock strategy.

Inner Circle Community Forum

Discuss investment ideas, net net stock investing strategies, books, world events, and a range of other value investing topics. Our exclusive membership forums bring together dedicated deep value investors from all over the globe.

1-on-1 Help

Not sure how to properly execute the net net strategy? Confused about a piece of our Core7 Scorecard? We offer 1-on-1 support for all Net Net Hunter members. Simply ask a question and you'll get timely and relevant answers allowing you to put together a high performance net net stock portfolio.

Inner Circle Newsletter

Get regular investment advice and Net Net stock picks sent directly to your email. Every month we put together the best content on Net Net Hunter, Inner Circle Forum discussions, investment analyses, and fantastic articles from the investment community and serve it up to you in an action-packed email. I also include my own take on major market events, investing best practices, and Net Net Hunter updates so you can stay well informed.

Key How-To Investment Emails

To top it all off, I've created a members-only email series called Inner Circle Advice which is designed to take you from cash in the bank to a solid net net stock portfolio and stick to it over the long term. Get insight into what apps I use, how I approach diversification, how I decide when to sell, and other must-read content that will dramatically improve your investment ability.


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Evan is really personable and has helped me understand net net stocks and how to invest in them. His investment shortlists really help minimize the work necessary to put together a good portfolio.

Blake Miner
The Energy Life

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$124.99per month recurring
  • 30 Hand-Picked High Quality Net Nets
  • 550+ International Net Net Stocks
  • Inner Circle Forum Access
  • Resource Center Access
  • Inner Circle Newsletter Subscription
  • Inner Circle Advice Email Series
  • 1-on-1 Help With Implementation
  • Net Net Stock Index Tracking
  • 12 Investment Research Reports Per Year
  • Choose Your Subscription Length

Yearly

$41.66per month (charged annually, recurring)
  • 30 Hand-Picked High Quality Net Nets
  • 550+ International Net Net Stocks
  • Inner Circle Forum Access
  • Resource Center Access
  • Inner Circle Newsletter Subscription
  • Inner Circle Advice Email Series
  • 1-on-1 Help With Implementation
  • Net Net Stock Index Tracking
  • 12 Investment Research Reports Per Year
  • Inner Circle Portfolio Access
  • Save $1000 a Year!

"Evan Bleker does an excellent job at implementing Ben Graham's "Net Net" investment strategy. Ben Graham was Warren Buffett's MBA professor, mentor, & 1st employer. Billionaire value investor Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway is believed to have implemented Ben Graham's "Net Net" investment strategy during the first couple decades of his investment career, when he earned annual returns of 30%-40%."

Scott Thompson - MBA, Author of Art & Science of Value Investing, Managing Director of Intrinsic Value Capital Mgmt.

"Although I am a finance professor and long-time value investor, I find Evan's picks save me scores of hours of research and screening work. I still do my own anaysis, but now I have a short list to use."

Mark Langenbacher - Professor of Finance, Remington College

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are there enough net net stocks right now to put together a well diversified portfolio?

A: There definitely are. The catch is that you have to expand your horizons to net net stocks trading in other first world countries. When taking these other markets into account, there are more than enough net net stocks to put together a well-crafted NCAV stock portfolio. The idea that “net nets just don’t exist anymore” comes straight from the mouths of people who can’t look beyond their own immediate surroundings. Adopting that same assumption and missing out on adopting Ben Graham's net net stock strategy could ultimately cost you 20-35% on average per year, or over $1 000 000 USD by the time you retire.

Q: I’m American so I can’t invest internationally. What can I do to invest in net net stocks?

A: If you’re American, you can definitely invest internationally. The bulk of our members are Americans who have decided to invest overseas to leverage Ben Graham's famous net net stocks strategy.

To help you, we’ve uncovered a number of different high quality brokers that take on American clients. These are large international brokers with strong reputations. Some of them offer very inexpensive trades while others offer additional service to high net worth clients. All of this information is available to members.

Q: I’m American, so the tax complications of investing international are a nightmare. How do I get around this?

A: Hire a tax accountant. It’s really that simple. A good tax accountant might charge you $300 USD at most to do your year-end taxes. That’s a small price to pay to achieve the returns on offer with Ben Graham's net net stocks.

Don’t lose the opportunity to make 20-35% average annual returns with net net stocks, which could amount to over $1 000 000 USD by the time you retire, just because you didn’t want to pay $300 a year for a good tax accountant. That would be tragic!

Q: If I'm not happy with the service, can I get a refund?

Q: If I join now, will my membership fees ever change?

A: Your membership fees will never change as long as you're a member. If you join now for $499.99/year, for example, you could still be paying that same $499.99/year 20 years from now.

Q: What do you mean by hand-picked stocks?

A: Every month we spend 15 long hours combing through over 400 net net stocks to find the best possible investment candidates within each market. We then arrange these stocks into our Net Net Hunter Investment Shortlists so you can quickly identify the most promising investments quickly and easily.

How much is your time worth? An average worker in North America makes roughly $20/hour. If you spent 15 hours each month trying to identify the best net net stocks in each market, you would essentially be wasting $300 of your own time. After just two months, a yearly Net Net Hunter membership more than pays for itself.

Q: What are "Investment Research Reports" and what's included as a part of it?

A: An investment research report is a detailed research report showcasing either a special net net stock opportunity that we've uncovered, or a hidden landmine that you should keep far away from your portfolio. Both are key. After all, "Don't lose money," is the first rule of successful investing.

The length of each analysis varies, but all are based on Net Net Hunter's NCAV Investment Scorecard. Each includes: main quantitative characteristics of the company, a summary of the main business operations, the location of the company, a detailed account of how the company meets each one of Net Net Hunter's NCAV Investment Scorecard criterion, an account of the major problem(s) the company is going through, how management is attempting to rectify the problem(s), other important aspects of the investment situation, and a final conclusion characterized by a buy or avoid decision.

The investment opportunities Net Net Hunter's Investment Research Reports highlight are alone worth the cost of membership. It is very common to see any one of these stocks rise 50-100% within the course of a year.

Q: How many Investment Research Reports will I get each month?

A: I take Warren Buffett’s no called strike approach to net net stock investing. Ultimately, a good investment opportunity comes when it wants to, not when you want it to. That means that the number of Investment Research Reports each month will depend largely on the number of high quality opportunities I spot each month. My aim with Net Net Hunter is to communicate high quality opportunities rather than a mountain of mediocre opportunities. A higher number of mediocre stocks will not help you achieve the best possible investment returns — but that’s the exact approach that most other investment sites take!

Q: How often are your stock screens updated?

A: The stock screens are updated at the end of each month. Again, our aim is to provide members with high quality investment opportunities which ultimately means depth of coverage rather than breadth of coverage. Lists that are updated bimonthly or even daily add little value, while communicating the quality of each opportunity in more depth is very valuable.

Q: What metrics are found on your stock lists?

A: We use a range of criteria when putting together our stock lists.

Raw Screens: Ticker Symbol, Name, F Score, Z Score, NCAV/Price, Market Capitalization, Dividend Yield, Shareholder Yield, EBITDA Yield, PE Ratio, and Subsector Name.

Shortlists: Ticket Symbol, Name, Exchange, Market Capitalization, Price/NCAV Ratio, Price/Net Cash Ratio, Debt to Equity Ratio, Current Ratio, Burn Rate Quarter Over Quarter, Burn Rate Year Over Year, Link to Financial Statements.

Please note that these metrics are subject to change based on community request.

Q: Why do your metrics differ between the two screens?

The Shortlists are based on Net Net Hunter's NCAV Investment Scorecard. I’ve developed this checklist after extensive research which uncovered metrics associated with outperformance. Many of these metrics have to be calculated by hand so putting together the Net Net Hunter NCAV Stock Shortlists takes a considerable amount of work each month.

By contrast, the Raw Screens include not only basic metrics, but also metrics that community members have requested.

Q: What size of companies do you typically invest in?

A: Firms trading below NCAV are typically some of the smallest companies you can invest in. In fact, these companies typically have market capitalizations of less than $200 million USD, and most of the firms that I’ve invested in have had market caps between $10 - 50 million USD.

Larger firms trading below NCAV do exist, but as size increases, average returns decrease.

Q: Are net net stocks penny stocks?

Q: What countries or markets do you cover?

A: Net Net Hunter currently covers the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, Hong Kong, Europe, Singapore and Japan. This is subject to change based on member requests or market developments.

Q: Will you increase your coverage to include other countries?

A: Almost certainly yes. Requests have been made for Singapore and specific countries in Europe, as well as India. I currently have no plans to extend our coverage to India due to the difficulty of finding trustworthy financial information on smaller Indian companies. The same goes for Singapore. We’re most likely to extend our coverage to Europe next.

Q: I don’t know how to invest in net net stocks but I’d like to learn from somebody. Can you help me?

A: Definitely. I’m currently helping a few of our members become confident net net stock investors. They’ve essentially started without any knowledge of the stock market or investing but have built a lot of knowledge in a short amount of time. No matter where you’re starting from, I can help you increase your skill as an investor. The only think I ask from you is openness to my ideas and suggestions, as well as a solid work ethic to learn what you need to learn.

Q: Do you cover NNWC stocks? If not, why not?

A: We only cover NCAV stocks. While I’m well aware of NNWC stocks, I haven’t seen any evidence that NNWC stocks provide better returns than adequately discounted NCAV stocks. Because of that, I haven’t focused any time on NNWC stocks.

Q: Do we get access to your personal portfolio?

A: My portfolio is not part of the membership content but I'm more than happy to talk about my current holdings on our deep value forum. Just ask!

"Net Net Hunter is a very valuable and unique service. There are very few sites dedicated to following net net stocks. This site offers investors a wealth of information on the subject as well as many potential stock opportunities to consider."

Matthew Senicola - Managing Partner, North Shore Wealth Management

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Monthly

$124.99per month recurring
  • 30 Hand-Picked High Quality Net Nets
  • 550+ International Net Net Stocks
  • Inner Circle Forum Access
  • Resource Center Access
  • Inner Circle Newsletter Subscription
  • Inner Circle Advice Email Series
  • 1-on-1 Help With Implementation
  • Net Net Stock Index Tracking
  • 12 Investment Research Reports Per Year
  • Choose Your Subscription Length

Yearly

$41.66per month (charged annually, recurring)
  • 30 Hand-Picked High Quality Net Nets
  • 550+ International Net Net Stocks
  • Inner Circle Forum Access
  • Resource Center Access
  • Inner Circle Newsletter Subscription
  • Inner Circle Advice Email Series
  • 1-on-1 Help With Implementation
  • Net Net Stock Index Tracking
  • 12 Investment Research Reports Per Year
  • Inner Circle Portfolio Access
  • Save $1000 a Year!

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