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Looks for dividend growth and dividend compounding stocks.
Looks for dividend growth and dividend compounding stocks.
Service that recommends corporate bonds, usually at the low end of investment grade. Not currently publishing as of Fall 2011, succeeded by the similar Oxford Bond Advantage from a different publisher.
Contains both free and paid listings of dividend-paying stocks of various stripes, paid service has portfolios and more research.
Edited by Roger Conrad, this newsletter focuses on utilities and related companies.
Broad investing letter from Michael Masterson, aimed at contrarian/alternative investments and income.
Newsletter focusing on corporate bonds — usually investment grade or nearly, and relatively short term. Follows same strategy as his previous letter from another publisher, The Bond Trader.
Monthly newsletter focuses solely on high-yield Canadian income, business and royalty trusts.
Recommends Australian stocks that they think have strong balance sheets, high dividend yields, extraordinary growth potential.” Plans one aggressive and one conservative pick per month.
Monthly newsletter that focuses on high-dividend stocks and similar investments. (Formerly edited by Tom Dyson)
This twice-monthly newsletter includes general market commentary and recommends individual stocks for growth and income. Previous editors include Stephen Leeb, Neil George, and Elliott Gue.
Focuses on dividend and dividend growth stocks.
Income-focused advisory that looks for high yielding stocks and funds.
Recommends “high quality” dividend paying stocks — buys when dividends rates are historically high, sells when they are low.
Go anywhere newsletter that generally focuses on “low risk growth” — recommends portfolios for stocks, mutual funds and ETFs, and dividends, among others.
Focuses on choosing dividend-paying stocks.
Monthly newsletter that generally looks for less-risky and dividend-paying investments, including mutual funds and stocks.
Service that recommends one high-yield investment per month.
Monthly newsletter focusing on income investments.
Financial Adisory and planning service from the Motley Fool, broad focus and more advisory than typical newsletters, also includes interviews with pundits across and outside the Fool analyst corps.
Newsletter that recommends bond investments, particularly high yield corporate bonds.
Another Monday morning, another “next wave of the internet” teaser. This teaser comes in from the Oxford Income Letter, edited by Marc Lichtenfeld over at the Oxford Club, and it’s a bit of a departure from the crazy small cap names he has more often touted of late (usually for his MicroCap Tech Trader newsletter). […]
Nathan Slaughter is teasing a type of real estate investment called ’Eisenhower Trusts’ that yields 12% or more. Any thoughts?
Hi, anyone had exposure to this subscription? Their stating doubling your investment monthly using options contracts. Thanks. Bob
this is the title of a letter from Marc Lichtenfeld of the Oxford Club. It concerns something called the Bessemer Trust, which is for really rich folk – but which Lichtenfeld can now get you into for only $11. I am a fairly new investor.
The Outsider Club is touting IRM(72) programs as a way to grow rich with little risk. For a subscription to The Crow’s Nest by Jimmy Mengel. He will provide you with names of companies that offer this easy way to invest. You can buy shares directly from a company and continue to reinvest dividends without […]
“Since going public in 1994, this small company has single-handedly outperformed Exxon, Microsoft, McDonalds, the S&P 500, and the Dow Industrials… COMBINED! “In that period, it out-gained both gold and silver 8 to 1… “It crushed General Electric’s return of 462% nearly 10-fold… “It beat the once-largest company in the world, Cisco Systems, by 220%… […]
Some people don’t realize that marketing for financial newsletters is at least as much about finding successful pitches that will catch your interest as it is about touting the latest and greatest stocks picked by a particular newsletter pundit. They often come up with a new ad to sell their newsletter when they’ve discovered an […]
Write Down This Date: I read about as much of this come on as I could tolerate lots of hype but gave up before I got to any punch line does anyone know what it is and is it plausible that all the threats are even somewhat real? July 1st, 2014 On this date, U.S. […]
Is there any Stock Gumshoe information about David Dittman’s Canadian Edge newsletter?
“Outlawed in Amsterdam in 1598… Banned in France in 1681… Now only available in America and Canada… “The ‘Untouchable Income Account’ that can safely multiply wealth 468%—without risking your money in the market Set it up the way I’ll show you, and you can access the funds anytime, without penalty… “But the IRS can’t take […]
Anyone have prior experience with the Sovereign Society and it’s products? Would appreciate any input- positive or negative- on your experience.
Does any one know what this pitch is about and is it valid?
“Started in 1873 to provide monthly income to widows and orphans in Scotland… “‘Title VI’ Funds Are Now the Preferred Investment Secret of the Super-Rich! …. “There’s a type of fund — a fund that most Americans know very little about — that’s responsible for protecting and growing the wealth of the world’s greatest investors. […]
So what is the deal with the following high yielding assets? What are they? How can they produce such dividends? What don’t I know about them? Should I consider them? What is the risk? Symbol Company [down] Div/Yld WHX Whiting USA Trust I Whiting USA 39.40% BSMX Grupo Financiero Santander Mexi 34.90% CET Central Securities […]
Shawn Hyman is claiming he has discovered the calendar that tells which 19 investments to buy and sell to make 18.79% profits every year. Anybody watched the entire pitch?
I just watched a promo featuring subjects ”Survive & Prosper” and ”Income Extermination”. He pushes 3 income strategies that must be addressed ”immediately”. Is the Mighty Thinkolator up to discovering his secrets?
It’s fair to say that we get more than our share of teasers for commodity and natural resources stocks here at Stock Gumshoe — those kinds of stocks take up a big chunk of the newsletter world, with only tech stocks and biotech maybe keeping up. They’re areas where it’s easy to have (or pretend […]
HELLO, 2-3-14 Can you give me some advice on how to set up a “Paper Acct”. From what I understand that is just like a real on-line trading acct. except it does not use real money. Its purpose is to learn & practice on-line trading—before using real money. I want to manage my 401k money […]