Get that “new year, new me” stuff out of here. Great Stuff is only getting greater in 2020.

Ringing in the New Year

It’s a new year. Heck, it’s a new decade!

But you’ll not find any of that “new year, new me” nonsense here. Great Stuff has no intention of changing. We’re going to be just as snarky as ever! (Probably even snarkier … can you handle that?)

Are you ready for the New Roaring ’20s?

The Great Stuff team is growing in 2020. That means more snark, laughter and entertainment for you. But it also means more company analysis, more Banyan Hill experts, more stock picks, more strategies to make you wealthier than you ever imagined (your results may vary).

More. More. MORE!

And it’s all thanks to you, our wonderful readers!

OK, calm down there, Mr. Great Stuff. I’m still recovering from last night’s New Year’s Eve party.

Ooof, my bad. I’ll keep the “all caps” to a minimum for now. I’m just a bit too excited about ramping things up in 2020.

Banyan Hill will roar in 2020, and you’ll definitely want to be a part of it.

So, while you recover from all the New Year’s festivities, why not kick back and sample some of the truly great content we’ve seen this past week. You can start by visiting the Great Stuff website.

Go check it out! (Seriously, go. Like right now. It can even help with hangovers … well, that’s what I’ve heard.)

Also, don’t forget about all the excellent content and expert advice over at Those guys are amazing!

In fact, here are three articles you need to read right now:

Before I go, have you thought about taxes lately?

Dude, why’d you have to go and harsh my New Year’s buzz?

I’m completely serious. You can’t put taxes off forever.

In April 2018, more than 44% of Americans owed $0 in federal income taxes.

Got your attention now?

If you would like to join that crowd — legally, that is — click here now learn how to discover some clever ways that you too could pay $0 in federal income taxes.

Great Stuff will be back tomorrow with your irregularly scheduled programming. After we’ve all sobered up.

Until next time, good trading!


Joseph Hargett

Great Stuff Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing