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cot
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cot

When I subscribed last year a couple of his covered call picks bombed so it was not good time to follow his advice of selling puts.

paulmerk
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About 30% of the recommended trades could not be executed at the recommended limit levels; the price of the options had changed over night substantially, which is not Mr. Clarks fault.However I do not like that he then treats these recommendations in following issues of the Advanced Income letter as if they had been executed at the limit level and therefore naturally show a considerable gain. Generally speaking, I have lost a lot of money on the underlaying stock which could not possibly go any lower but of course it did.This is not Mr. Clark’s fault of course since the… Read more »
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I have been a subscriber for almost a year. My rule with any newsletter is to follow along for a year before I spend my money on ‘picks’. There’s been some losers and there have been some winners. Not GIANT gains, but small gains over the course of a few months. I almost broke my one year rule with a small company picked. I couldn’t sell the covered call reco, but there was an interesting call one year out. The stock was $2.97 a share and one year out there was a covered call for $3.00 a share. The way… Read more »
Parry laird
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Most of the trades were more than I could afford on a consistant basis. Therefore, I just watched from the sidelines…..not a good use of the $99 a paid. As it turned out, there were a lot of trades that went upside down!

Dave
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Dave

Has anybody heard of Jeff Clarks “The Velocity Strategy”, that deals with the e-mini future contracts? Good, bad?? Anybody????

glenn
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glenn
I have been a subscriber since April to Jeff Clark’s Advanced Income. SA has a very clever interesting to read daily rotation of teasers that go out under their umbrella of newsletters written each day by one of their newsletter writers. Jeff Clark is one of them. He looks for technical patterns that are unique in time that allow him (supposedly) to profit by seeing them early. He did correctly call the March bottom and went long which persuaded me to become a subscriber. BUT that was his one brilliant insight. He quickly went bearish and has fiddled around with… Read more »
Jim H
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Jim H

Thanks for a solid explanation of Jeff Clark/Stansberry report “$1,667 A Year, etc.”

Stock Gumshoe is a godsend! Keep up the good work.

Jim
Greenville, SC

Ran
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Ran
One thing thats missing in this process is the marketing strategy being used to generate income. While most focus on the covered call options to generate a sustained income stream, Jeff and his company seemed to be focussed on marketing this strategy at a premium of either $1000 or $750 for new comers. The story of numbers plays a huge role in this process. A higher number of subscribers will always benefit the person behind the recommendations, especially if you’re not schooled in options anc is unable to pickup their supposed methods for early gains. The bottom line is simple,… Read more »
realfactchecker
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realfactchecker

The current open trades from this newsletter portfolio show the following gains and losses as of Sept 8, 2011.

Amounts shown are percentages.

-37, -52, -50, +4, -3, -282, +6, -2, -3, -121, +16, and -46.

Ouch!

richard bartels
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richard bartels

I just stumbled across stockgumshoe,while researching Amssterdam secret.I suscribe to stansberrys news letter a year now.Always trying to sell a deal(disguised options).I felt this wasnt for me(too good to be true system)Thanks for proving my gut feeling was correct.

patrickw9
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patrickw9

When one buys an option, the risk is limited to the cost of the option (which can lose 100%), but the potential gain is essentially unlimited.

When one sells an option, the gain can never be more than the cost of the option, but the potential loss is essentially unlimited.

This proposed strategy (selling uncovered options) is occasionally used very cautiously by top experts with advanced degrees in finance and years of experience; what do you think is the likelihood that you or I will routinely profit from it? To use a term from science and statistics, the probability is “vanishingly small.”

doc327hank
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doc327hank

AI used to be better. I don’t know what happened. Compared to Retirement Trader, Jeff Clark seems to go for companies that are a bit more volitile and is counting on stack price appreaciation. RT doesn’t count on the volatility and has a much better track record, but it is EXPNSIVE.

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