Magic Calculator

By hubbardjim, January 11, 2014

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    1. Mark Darnell
      Mark Darnell
      May 26 2014, 09:59:03 am

      It’s odd…….There have been a number of readers who have requested information on Agora’s FDA Trader Magic Calendar system. Nobody has provided a reasonable comment on the service as of yet. This program has a $1500/yr tag with a 60 preview that runs $150.
      Would have expected SGS to have provided a direct comment or slam. Seeing nothing on it from SGS makes me that more interested. Seems that SGS has the reverse philosophy that “If you can say something bad about a newsletter let ’em have it” However, if it actually has merit to it……”Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte”. No comment must mean this FDA Trader Magic Calendar” is a pretty good service then I suppose.

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        Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
        May 26 2014, 11:12:42 am

        I’ve written twice about Magic Calendar teaser pitches, though we’ve not yet seen any subscriber reviews — the letter is only a few months old.

    2. S Weinstein
      Nov 2 2014, 01:55:01 am

      Is magic calendar or trailing stops calculator from trade stops worth investing in?
      Magic calendar offers 3 months subscription for $400?

    3. Gerry Dijamco
      Nov 3 2014, 06:20:53 am

      Some trading platform like that of Fidelity and TD Ameritrade offers trailing % stops already. What is so special with the TradeStops trailing % stops that would justify paying membership fee for it? Please let me know. Thanks.

    4. John Boudreaux
      Dec 7 2014, 07:39:57 pm

      The one I just subscribed to is “Magic Calculator” $49.50/year Google Dashboard ( what ever that is
      Primer ” The Greatest ETF’s in the world” and ” 2 Best Dividend Payers”
      I have yet to receive anything from them.

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