Porter Stansberry’s 2016 push for gold, which he thinks could hit $10,000 — differently structured newsletter, with a $1,500 up front charge for the full portfolio report and then $49 a month for portfolio updates.
Alternative medicine newsletter that claims to offer “remedies and treatments you’d never hear about otherwise.”
Monthly newsletter that recommends stocks they think have “breakthrough” technology and high growth prospects.
Technology-focused letter by Louis Basenese, promises to look for “the most explosive ways to profit from the world’s most transformational technology trends.”
Trading advisory focused on technology stocks, Jon Markman formerly ran a newsletter for Investorplace called Trader’s Advantage, and has focused on technical analysis and trading indicators in the past.
Marc Lichtenfeld’s trading service that tries to “ride the lightning” by uncovering catalysts that will send stocks soaring. Often covers biotech stocks.
Quarterly non-refundable service that recommends small (sometimes very small) stocks and microcaps, often on Canadian exchanges. Affiliated with Keith Schaefer’s Oil and Gas Investments Bulletin, but focused on non-energy stocks.
Jason Stutman’s tech-focused trading advisory that tries to find breakthrough technology opportunities when stocks are oversold and, he thinks, ready to surge.
Growth-focused portfolio service from David Gardner, with search for long-term high-growth “rule breaker” companies, but with more specific and precise buy and sell guidance and portfolio allocation recommendations.
Premium priced advisory from Byron King and Agora, largely focused on finding technology investments that started with military funding or have some defense connection, ranging from cybersecurity to biotech.
Investment advisory focusing on technology trends, they say they’re looking for “growth and income from the utility stocks of the future.”
Income-focused advisory that recommends MLPs, Trusts and other high-yielding investments related to the energy sector, started by Keith Kohl and Christian DeHaemer in the Fall of 2014.
On-line newsletter with one monthly edition about gold and silver, and another about technology.
Weekly service recommending stocks with “triple digit return” potential.
Special reports “sharing secrets” from Robert Williams, seems to be on roughly a monthly schedule.
Weekly trading alert service that recommends biotech stocks based, at least in part, on social medial sentiment and their analysis of those signals.
Monthly small cap investing newsletter that aims to have a “venture capital” investing mindset, looking for high-risk opportunities for dramatic gains.
Newsletter that looks for very tiny stocks to make huge moves, doesn’t seem to have sector focus. Appears to have been launched late in 2014.
Subscription service launched by Lombardi sometime in 2014? Unclear — seems to be focused entirely on the shale energy revolution.
Premium-priced trading service for small cap stocks, frequent “rocket stock” alerts.