When it comes to the art of celebrating through feasting, there is perhaps no expression better than that belonging to fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli, who once wrote, “Eating is not merely a material pleasure. Eating well gives a spectacular joy to life and contributes immensely to goodwill and happy companionship. It is of great importance to the morale.”
In this publication, and in all of my investment advisory publications, we are all about celebrating the spectacular joy in life that comes from making rational, profitable decisions with our money. Remember, money isn’t just money. Think of money as “units of choice.” The more units of choice you have, the more freedom you have. And the more freedom you have, the better able you are to live the life you really want.
Now, tomorrow is Thanksgiving. This is the day Americans give thanks for all of our tremendous blessings, including our country and its rational foundation, a foundation unlike any other in history: a foundation of individual rights, and a country founded on the principles of freedom from coercion, where the individual citizen is the primary agent of importance, not God, the king, the president or the state.
This is what we all should be thankful for today, because despite her flaws, this nation remains the greatest example of how to protect individual rights the world has ever seen.
When it comes to celebrating Thanksgiving, many of us will sit down to a big feast of Turkey, stuffing, potatoes, biscuits, butter, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, sparkling wine… I’m getting really hungry just contemplating it. Yet, while some of us will enjoy the turkey, there are others of us who prefer a plant-based alternative to the main course.
In fact, over the past several years, there’s been a plant-based protein revolution around the world, as many celebrate the joy that comes form of a meatless feast devoid of any animal products, and one that puts us in more direct contact with the solar energy trapped in plant cells.
It is the latter, plant-based joy that I want to tell you more about today, and more specifically, a company whose raison d’être is to provide plant-based food to the public that is of the utmost quality, nutritional value and flavor.
That company is plant-based foods maker Eat Well Investment Group (EWG:CN/EWGFF:US).
Eat Well is one of the leaders in the burgeoning plant-based food movement, and one aspect of the company that I like is its clear mission. In fact, the mission is the master for Eat Well, and it can be seen via the company’s own words. Allow me to quote here from the company’s website:
We believe food plays a central role in all human societies and is a key determinant of our overall well-being. Food and agricultural infrastructure are the cornerstones of all cultures, and we want to celebrate and grow Canada’s rich heritage and capabilities to feed people on a global scale. Eat Well Group is building a unique ecosystem that can supply these essential cornerstone needs for society. We’re plant-based food & nutrition experts specializing in the latest science and original thinking for what consumers want most: quality, highly affordable, sensory experience, health and nutrition, and clean and simple products.
Our companies have track records of success and leverage the best in new food tech for the future. We believe that if we build a successful company that provides brands, product portfolios, and unique and valuable offerings that the general public consumes for the benefit of their health and wellness all while doing good for the planet, then all stakeholders can benefit including shareholders not wanting to miss out on this global investment trend.
I love it when a company knows who they are, and as you can see by the above mission statement, there is no ambiguity about what Eat Well wants to achieve.
Of course, I am not telling you about Eat Well just because of its positive mission. I mean, after all, one of my clear missions with this publication, and all of my publications, is to help you make money. And that mission is why I am introducing you to Eat Well.
You see, Eat Well is a small-cap company that I think can deliver outstanding upside for investors. This upside takes advantage of the burgeoning plant-based protein wave. In fact, that’s already been the case for Eat Well shareholders, as the stock is up a whopping 890.4% over the past 12 months.
That kind of profit potential is what any investor can gorge on!
So, this Thanksgiving, in addition to giving thanks for all of your tremendous good fortune, and in addition to preparing and consuming your well-deserved feast, why not take a little time to look further into a company that could give you a whole lot of additional, profitable reasons to enjoy a celebratory feast in the year to come?
During this holiday respite, I invite you to read my special report, “Better Living, and Better Profits, Through Eating Well.” This special report is FREE to The Deep Woods readers, as it is a company that I definitely want you to know more about. So, take some time this Thanksgiving weekend and give it a read.
Finally, to all of my family, friends, colleagues, business partners, intellectual influences, and yes, to even my adversaries and philosophic opponents, I want to say that I am eminently thankful to you for the support and the ideas that have shaped my existence.
For that I shall be forever grateful.
The Most Profound Sentiment Ever
I hope that life without a chaperon is what you thought it’d be
I hope your brother’s El Camino runs forever
I hope the world sees the same person that you always were to me
And may all your favorite bands stay together
–Dawes, “All Your Favorite Bands”
The Los Angeles-based alternative folk/rock band Dawes is a real artistic treat, especially if you like expert musicianship, beautiful melodies and thoughtful lyrics. In their anthem, “All Your Favorite Bands,” they express one of the greatest thoughts that I think I’ve ever heard in a song. Because when you think about it in a literal, metaphoric and philosophic sense, don’t we really just want all of our favorite bands to stay together? Stated more broadly, don’t we all just want the best things in our lives to remain forever? The way I see it, that’s the most profound sentiment ever.
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In the name of the best within us,