Stansberry Research is a private publishing company based in the city of Baltimore in Maryland. The company has service offices in Oregon, California, and Florida Stansberry Research concentrates on giving out researched information penned by various financial editors that are circulated in advisory newsletters which are published twice a month or once a month.
The topics that are given in the cited newsletters comprise of alternative investments, corporate bonds, biotechnology, health care, oil and mining investments, power, and natural resource investments. The company asserts that it has subscribers from more than 100 countries across the globe.
The Stansberry website featured a story about Shelby Davis who was describe to have been a financial failure most of his life despite being given the chance to be schooled in prestigious educational institutions. Davis was among the unfortunate individuals who were not able to take the necessary precautions against the crash of the stock in the 1920s.
As a result he was broke and he had to take on odd jobs like writing speeches for political candidates like Thomas Dewey who lost twice in his political bid. When the 1940s came, Davis had no savings as well as any financial prospects, and he ended up working for the New York State as its Deputy Superintendent for Insurance.
Then he got a break when he invested in stocks in 1947 using money he loaned out by his wife’s family. He did not trade but just invested the money, and reinvested the earnings from it. At present, his family still has the said investments and they are one of the leading money managers in Wall Street.