Stock Gumshoe

Um, that’s the site you’re on right now — sleuthing out and tracking teaser picks, and discussing it all, that’s us.  Clearly, reviews of this site on this site are probably biased. We also have a paid membership option (the Stock Gumshoe Irregulars — you can review that separately if you like). Print this

Stock Gumshoe Irregulars

The Irregulars are the paid members of Stock Gumshoe (which owns this site), and in return they receive additional content — a weekly newsletter, which consists of the Friday File most weeks that has additional commentary and, once a month, the “Idea of the Month” article highlighting some specific investment idea that we like. Print […]

Investor’s Edge

“Contrarian” investment advisory newsletter for Stanford Wealth Mgmt clients, also available for a subscription fee for non-clients. Print this

Bond Trader, The

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. Print this

Dividend Detective

Contains both free and paid listings of dividend-paying stocks of various stripes, paid service has portfolios and more research. Print this

Decision Moose

Market timing asset allocation/trading model using ETFs. Moves entire investment between a few major asset classes upon model’s signal. Print this

Aden Forecast, The

Monthly newsletter that aims to address all global markets, special emphasis on the precious metals, currencies, and natural resource markets. Print this

Palm Beach Letter

Broad investing/”think rich” flagship letter from Mark Ford/Michael Masterson’s Agora-affiliated publishing company, started by Tom Dyson (formerly of Stansberry) and aimed at contrarian/alternative investments and income. Print this

Gold Stock Analyst Top Ten

Monthly newsletter on small gold stocks, basic sub has the “top ten” list, “professional” version includes more detailed data on projects, reserves, and analysis of prospects. “Top ten” list of favorite mining stocks each month represents Doody’s model portfolio (usually gold miners, some silver). Print this