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Damon
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Damon
March 28, 2011 1:42 pm

I subscribed 7/2010 when first published.He made 8 recommendations. I bought 7. He has since dropped the one that I never bought (lucky me).
6 of the seven are up avg 33% (16%-60%).
1 down 7%

Since then he has made 5 more recs.
Satcon,the last one is down 7-8%
The rest are up avg 36% (18% – 75%)

I’m pleased.

Dogfather23229
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Dogfather23229
March 28, 2011 2:19 pm

I invested $695 to subscribe to Dr. Moors’ Energy Inner Circle.
I chose only one of his recommendations and bought 10,000 shares of Atlas Pipelines LLP (APL) at about $24.50. It closed today at $33.50 so I’m up about $90K. Reasonable return on investment???

I think Dr Moors has a good handle on energy investing. Then again,our friend The Gumshoe isn’t too shabby either. On his recommendation, I bought Sprott Resources and I’m up about 10%.

Best recommendation: Join The Gumshoe Irregulars.

Steve Lombardi
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March 28, 2011 3:15 pm
I pay The Money Map Press for both of Dr. Moors newsletter services. Not everything he recommends is a home run. But most of it is. I don’t choose to follow every one of his recommendations; most I do and the ones you’ve discussed in this article I did follow. As you may surmise I’m pretty skeptical about most of these services, which is why I read this service. I’m a trial lawyer and Smith Barney turned my 401K into a 201K. I’ve read and followed Dr. Moors recommendations even before there was a fee. When it turned to a… Read more »
Will
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Will
March 28, 2011 6:55 pm

Very teacher-like. Notifies about buys not sells. So on your own re sell stops.

Fay
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Fay
March 28, 2011 9:49 pm
I have been getting this newsletter for about 8 months and am pleased with it. Most of his recommendations are doing well and he does give alerts when a stock should be sold and explains why. He allows for 30% stops, which seems rather high to me. He does “greatly encourage” subscribers to advance to his much more expensive Inner Circle newsletter. He does give considerable information, as does Bryon King of Outstanding Investments. Agora seems to own a universe of publications. They seem pretty aggressive to me. If Dr.Kent Moore is as wealthy as he indicates, I’ve wondered why… Read more »
RICHARD SARGENT
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RICHARD SARGENT
April 9, 2016 4:32 pm

I was thinking the same thing… If it creates such wealth, why is he trying to sell the information to his newsletter? If I were as rich as he claims to be, I’d be enjoying life instead of selling information. He’s not making much money from this.

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apadia
March 29, 2011 12:44 pm
I joined Energy Advantage(EA)last fall,select from Moor’s recommendations and made good money. I trust his expertise and like his alerts. But, I have not subscribed to the Inner Circle and resent its creation since I started at EA. RE: SATC from the EA Advantage March Online Issue: EA reintroduced SATC “after it reached its 30% trailing stop because of the company’s leading position …It is currently under two weights. First, as a small cap, it’s subject to downward moves in the market as a whole. Second, it has major contracts coming on-line, but not for several months. Nonetheless, SATC is… Read more »
Joe GATTUSO
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Joe GATTUSO
March 29, 2011 2:07 pm
DR MOOR’S ENERGY ADVANTAGE HAS BEEN A DISAPPOINTMENT. MANY OF THE STOCKS ARE REALLY NOT CHEAP AND DO NOT PROVIDE ANY DIVIDENDS. BUT THE GREATEST DISAPPOINTMENT IS IN RE: “THE INNER CIRCLE” . SUPPOSED TO BE A “LIMITED NUMBER OF INVESTORS”, TO BE ABLE TO RESPOND TO ALERTS BEFORE THE WORD GETS OUT (TO THE PUBLIC)………WELL, HIS ALERT WILL BE POSTED AND WITHIN 25-30 MINUTES THE STOCK HAS DOUBLED !! I PURCHASED THIS LETTER IN OCT.2010 AND HAVE YET TO PURCHASE A RECOMMENDATION !!! AS YOU CAN IMAGINE , IT’S QUITE FRUSTRATING. I CALL UP THE PUBLISHER DESCRIBING THE ABOVE… Read more »
Antonio de Madrid
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Antonio de Madrid
March 30, 2011 1:32 pm

Yes I´m a subscriber of Energy Advantage, The Oxford Club, etc. since about 8 months ago. Like damon said, I bought only six out of eight recomendations and overall I´m happy.
I tryed to subscribe to The Inner Cicle as well but internet din´t work properly this day, or maybe because the following day the subscription price was going up??? I was´t able to make it, nor was I proper to pay more.

-o0(GoldTrader)0o-
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-o0(GoldTrader)0o-
April 1, 2011 3:47 pm
Well I was a subscriber but I would like to address a few comments above that I did not particularly feel were disadvantages. Review by Joe GATTUSO, March 29, 2011 >MANY OF THE STOCKS ARE REALLY NOT CHEAP Do you mean not cheap according to: • Price to Earnings • Price to Sales • Price to Book • Return on Assets • Return on Equity • Dividend Yield This is not how I expect Kent to valuate stocks. Kent is six months out in this vision. He should be valuating them on things that are about to happen in the… Read more »
Andy S.
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Andy S.
April 2, 2011 11:27 am

His analyses and opinions are thoughtful and backed up with relevant facts. Maybe I’m just lucky, but his recommendations in the past 3 months have been profitable for me. I’m most impressed by the reasoning behind his recommendations and buy his fundamental thesis that energy is getting scarcer and more valuable.

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jaaskat7
April 2, 2011 3:49 pm

I am a subscribe to the Energy Advantage and of the 20 picks or so he has given us are up slightly from 2% to 35% over the last 8 months, ……except this one. He picked SATC with a buy at $5.05 down 23% from pick date. Maybe he knows something is going to happen with this or is counting on new demand for solar/green energy. Good luck to all….

John D.
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John D.
April 3, 2011 1:31 pm

Have been subscriber about 8 months – from start, whenever that was, never 100% sure. He has ridden the oil price curve, been wrong several times but in last 6 months is up about 15% by my count – not bad, but not as good as as oil at $80-105. He is bullish on oil services and oil pricing – and forecasts further increases. VLO has been strong tout and has performed. Satcon has been on list for 6 months and was recommended at $4.10. SLB was major success.

John D.

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April 5, 2011 8:02 pm
StockGumshoe ⋅ March 28, 2011 > I actually have no idea that there was any problem in connecting solar power to the grid Just to inform your Stock Gumshoe readers, an inverter is an electrical device that converts direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC). Electricity comes out of solar directly the same as a car battery. The inverter changes it to alternate back and forth, from plus to minus, at a rate of sixty cycles per second. This is like the electricity that comes out of your wall and runs your clocks, sprinklers, and VCRs. Satcon makes the largest… Read more »
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Bryan
March 14, 2016 9:15 pm

I was reading your reply to the web site energy advantage. I am impressed with what you wrote. Just wondering if you are still subscribing to this. I would like to hear your opinions.

Energy Advantage and Inner Circle Memeber
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Energy Advantage and Inner Circle Memeber
May 8, 2011 9:31 am

Please check the volumes and price movements in the days before any specific stock announcements. I was pretty disapppointed, in general. It cannot be a coincidence. The stocks are being run up in advance. The recommendations themselves are well researched and have done reasonably well in the overall commodity frenzy of the last 6 months. Today, I was informed that the mother site, Money Map Press, is infected with Malware, so I do not have access to the most current analysis.

-o0(GoldTrader)0o-
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-o0(GoldTrader)0o-
May 31, 2011 3:01 pm
Review by Joe GATTUSO, March 29, 2011 >MANY OF THE STOCKS ARE REALLY NOT CHEAP >WELL, HIS ALERT WILL BE POSTED AND WITHIN 25-30 MINUTES THE STOCK HAS DOUBLED!! Alexander Green, Oxford Club Investment Director writes: Last week Member Services forwarded me this note: “I am a new member but am already thinking about canceling my membership. Why? Because your stocks are too high. Just about everything in the portfolio has soared from the original recommended price.” If this is a complaint, somebody pinch me. More importantly, too many investors struggle with a serious misconception. They think stocks are like… Read more »
exminer625
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exminer625
July 14, 2011 11:04 am
Hello, I joined Energy Advantage on 04/07/2011. Since then I have been very disapointed. For example: Stocks: Purchase Price Price as of 07/14/2011 Gain(%) 1. 34.2825 30.44 -12.90 2. 32.28 30.67 -7.84 3. 23.21 20.31 -14.94 4. 4.39 5.21 13.51 5. 21.50 24.28 10.14 6. 3.56 2.00 -45.35 7. 8.75 9.02 0.23 Decide for yourself.
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Dlst
July 14, 2011 8:00 pm
The service, to its credit, is dirt-cheap, and that is good. But the picks have not been so good now that the market is no longer heading up as it was for the first months 8-9 months of the service during which time the returns were surprisingly good. Here is where we see what Kent is really made of, and so far I am unimpressed. But then again, it’s very hard for anyone to make money consistently in a sideways market. The 30-40% stop-loss policy is still in effect. Best to ignore it and set much more conservative stops, although… Read more »
Marc P
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Marc P
August 8, 2011 11:55 am

I don’t know what this supposed expert is drinking or smoking, but he’s totally off his stock and option picks; every one of them.
He might be very knowledgeable about Oil and Gas, but he has not got a clue as to trading either of these two commodities.
It’s a cheap enough service at $50 per year, but certainly not if you act on his recommendations! You would have lost at least 50% of your investments in every one of his option picks (several expired worthless) and all of his stock picks are also suffering badly.
Watch out below, as they say!

Richard P
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Richard P
August 11, 2011 12:40 am
I have been a member of the Energy Advantage and the Energy Inner Circle since March of 2011. I also purchased Dr. Kent Moors new energy book “The Vega Factor”—heavy duty reading, but interesting. Will have to read twice to fully comprehend the material. Anyways, I was looking forward to becoming “Texas Rich” and I invested a small amount in all of Dr. Kent Moors recommendations. Up until the energy stock run up that peaked near the end of May I was doing ok, but lost a lot of paper money near the energy sell off around the middle of… Read more »
Richard P
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Richard P
August 11, 2011 9:13 am
I have been a member of the Energy Advantage and the Energy Inner Circle since March of 2011. I also purchased Dr. Kent Moors new energy book “The Vega Factor”—heavy duty reading, but interesting. Will have to read twice to fully comprehend the material. Anyways, I was looking forward to becoming “Texas Rich” and I invested a small amount in all of Dr. Kent Moors recommendations. Up until the energy stock run up that peaked near the end of May I was doing ok but lost a lot of paper money near the energy sell off around the middle of… Read more »
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Dave
August 28, 2011 10:24 am
Thanks, Richard, for your thoughtful and even-handed report. I am still subscribed to EA but quit IC several months ago as the cheap service (EA) was delivering better results. I am not invested in any of the EA picks having lost considerable money, but I do track the portfolio in a watch list. Very annoying: e-mail from “Dr. Kent Moors” which is not from Dr. Kent Moors at all, but rather from the marketing folks at Money Map hyping their other services. I know this sort of abuse is inevitable form these money-grubbing businesses, but it is particularly galling because… Read more »
Dave
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Dave
August 28, 2011 10:24 am
Thanks, Richard, for your thoughtful and even-handed report. I am still subscribed to EA but quit IC several months ago as the cheap service (EA) was delivering better results. I am not invested in any of the EA picks having lost considerable money, but I do track the portfolio in a watch list. Very annoying: e-mail from “Dr. Kent Moors” which is not from Dr. Kent Moors at all, but rather from the marketing folks at Money Map hyping their other services. I know this sort of abuse is inevitable form these money-grubbing businesses, but it is particularly galling because… Read more »
Richard P
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Richard P
August 28, 2011 3:45 pm
Just a quick update since my last post. The EA and IC eight August call options all expired out of the money—six expired worthless and two you might have got 5 or 10 cents to cover the commission, but essentially worthless calls. Will be interesting to see what happens to the twelve call options expiring in September! As of Friday August 26, 2011 the EA is showing a positive 5.00% and IC a negative 3.76%. These figures represent the removal of all stopped-out positions. On the other hand, three positions were recommended to sell last Friday in EA, so remember… Read more »
Richard P
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Richard P
August 28, 2011 3:45 pm
Just a quick update since my last post. The EA and IC eight August call options all expired out of the money—six expired worthless and two you might have got 5 or 10 cents to cover the commission, but essentially worthless calls. Will be interesting to see what happens to the twelve call options expiring in September! As of Friday August 26, 2011 the EA is showing a positive 5.00% and IC a negative 3.76%. These figures represent the removal of all stopped-out positions. On the other hand, three positions were recommended to sell last Friday in EA, so remember… Read more »
pschelker
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October 1, 2011 9:33 pm

half of Dr. Kent Moors picks involve options
which I don’t buy

Jyoti Schon
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Jyoti Schon
March 15, 2012 4:01 pm

First I tried his Energy Advantage membership, was initially intrigued by his oil constriction theory. Most of his recommendations didn’t pan out. His option plays were totally off. Next I tried the Energy Sigma Trader. This was supposed to be his proprietary options strategy ( the big boys were offering him a fortune for it!!). What can I say, I don’t think he would have lasted for one day in private industry. So, this was a painful lesson . Stay away from this guy.

John
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John
May 24, 2012 12:06 pm

Energy inner circle and Energy Sigma trader cost me dearly.
The first trades recommended in the Energy Circle cost me ( I lost ) appox. $1000
If I had “played” the first options trade I would be down another 40%
I canceled with the 90 day policy and found they had a 10% handling fee for doing that.
Beware………….If it sounds to good to be true it probably is

Ernesto
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Ernesto
August 7, 2012 10:40 pm

Don’t believe their 90 day money back guarantee. I sent a bunch of email to moneymappress and energy advantage and did not get my money back. None of them responded to my email regarding their so called guarantee. They will just take your money, so stay away from them.

jrlowelljr
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February 28, 2013 2:22 am

The picks I bought were all losers. After 4 months I requested a refund of remaining issues. No dice! Only refunds are during the 90-day initial period. AVOID!

Normally Dubious
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Normally Dubious
December 30, 2015 9:57 pm

Somehow I balked at the full price EA and wound up being offered a basic version of it for $49 which I took. The combination of the basic mailing plus this site to decipher each pitch is actually working well so far, have made some money on SUNE as well as some other deciphered MMP stocks not from Moors such as BTX. ok not that many….but you have to watch them daily. They’re like energy Penny Stocks.

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stocker16
February 23, 2016 8:55 pm

The new “latest and greatest” is “Siluria Technologies: ST can created real gasoline from natural gas and are about to partner with someone to build a new plant??? Any guesses?

Big Bull
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Big Bull
July 12, 2016 2:19 pm
Those of you the followed his advice in say 2009, almost anything you invested in then would have given you 20 to 70% returns. His spiel on solar energy sounds a bit phoney. He talks about Si, Si is silicon, sand is silicon dioxide. Solar energy is free, capturing it is not. The same can be made for any resource. He goes on and on and on about the same thing talking about HUGE returns and then wants you to send him $49 for the name of the one and only solar company worth investing in. It sounds like a… Read more »
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