Stansberry’s Alpha vs. Sovereign Investor’s Sigma

By Anonymous Questions, August 16, 2013

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New to investing and considering Sovereign Investor’s Sigma program versus Porter Stanberry’s Alpha. Do any readers have experience with or thoughts about them, alone or in comparison? Thank you.

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AlterIn
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AlterIn

Sigma gets its name from Sigmoid function devised in 1845, per recent touts. Commonly used as a model for stages of growth.

ed_87504
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Funny you should ask about Stansberry. I’ve been doing some research about Porter Stansberry and everything I’ve read about him is BAD NEWS. In 2007 a federal judge determined Porter Stansberry defrauded his own subscribers in a securities scam.
U. S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis found judgement in favor of the Securities Exchange Commission and against Maryland-based Pirate Investor LLC, (now called Stansberry & Associates Investment Research LLC), and Frank Porter Stansberry. The judgement was issued at the U. S. District Court for the District of Maryland.
Sources:
http://briandeer.com/vaxgen/stansberry-fraud.htm
http://thefundamentalview.blogspot.com/2011/02/examining-credibility-of-porter.html

Catherine Kimball
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I appreciate, cause I found exactly what I was looking for.
You’ve ended my 4 day long hunt! God Bless you man.
Have a great day. Bye

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