With much of our staff away visiting family for the holidays, we thought it would be a good time to look back at our best research of 2012.
So we’ve been scouring the archives to track down Wall Street Daily’s top articles of the year.
We’ve even narrowed the search down to our regular columns, like the ever-popular Friday Charts edition. (Look for that to hit your inbox on December 28.)
For today, though, we’re just going to let our readers do the talking…
Here are 2012’s top five most popular articles overall, based solely on reader interest.
Top 5 Most-Read Articles of 2012
Killer Article #5: 11 Irrefutable Signs of a Real Estate Recovery
Ranking at number five this year: The 11 facts I presented back in May that showed a real estate recovery was, indeed, in the works. I’d say my research was pretty spot on, wouldn’t you?
Killer Article #4: Summing Up the Presidential Election in Three Charts
Before the presidential election, I presented two keys to winning the presidency based on employment numbers and consumer confidence.
Killer Article #3: Three Currencies Ready for a HUGE Revaluation
The New Case Against Hillary!
According to the mainstream media, we should all have voted for “crooked” Hillary.
But if she was the president, you would never have this chance to turn a small stake of $100 into a small fortune.
Sure, Trump is not perfect.
But even if you didn’t vote for him…
Once you see this video, you might like him a little more.
In February, Karim Rahemtulla pinpointed three currencies he thought all investors should have in their portfolios.
Killer Article #2: The Most Alarming Chart I’ve Seen All Week
This Friday Charts edition from January got a ton of attention this year. I noted an alarming development for the obscure, yet instructive, Baltic Dry Index.
Killer Article #1: Three Reasons to Avoid the Facebook IPO
For those of you who read this post in January, you’re welcome! I revealed the three main reasons investors should have avoided Facebook’s (FB) IPO like the plague.
That’s all for today!
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post, where I break down 2012’s hottest video editions.
Ahead of the tape,