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doc327hank
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This is got to be one of the best letters for the price At $89 per year it a bargain, That. $7.46 per month. You can easily make that back and more on the recomendations. Of course, even if you don’t become a investment expert, you can start to figure out some of the recomendations, your self. Besides the recomendation, it is educational.

Ron Morris
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I’m 80 years old and go back to the first financial newsletter ever published, Richard Russell, Howard Ruff, etc. Stansberry Research best publisher I ever used, Porter Stansberry, Steve Suggerud, Dr. David Eifrig, Dan Ferris and Keith Fitzgerald, Money Map, are the sharpest guys I ever dealt with. I like Bill Bonner (who owns a piece of everybody out there) for his commentary on politics and the economy (possibly because he is a grumpy old bastard like me), and like me believes – I think – that if you put a politician’s brain in a hummingbird it would fly backwards… Read more »
TToedtman
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well said

Ilse Gatterbauer
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I’m a European subscriber and have benefited in many cases from Steve’s recommendations. What I especially like is that he focuses not only on individual stocks or funds, but presents broader, economic (political) insights.

Josh
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DWT is good information in this if you primarily want to trade options and can justify the monthly subscription cost ($99 per month).

They also have some other recommendations for ETFs and stocks that you might hold up to two years.

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