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jrlowelljr
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Interesting reading, haven’t followed their recommendations.

DOUG
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This is a longer (16 pg) monthly, with multiple writers, which I enjoy; provides a broader education, from macro to international to sector-specific. Ironically, I’ve not invested extensively from their recommendations, but mostly because I’m becoming much more conservative about how many investments I have (I’m reading free books on OverDrive, a library app, of Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett). This paper is a good education/intel brief, and they do maintain five portfolio’s, most with “buy at or under” prices; “Global Blue-Chips,” Global Growth & Income Stocks,” Inflation Hedge: Gold & Commodities,” Emerging Markets,” and “Aggressive Contrarian Plays.” The last… Read more »
Dianne
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I have followed FIR for four years and mostly lost money while they claim their return has been 14.1 per cent. This figure has never changed which has to be bogus.

Paul
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I subscribed to this newsletter for several years, ~2010-2014. While I enjoyed reading the commentary and financial expert analysis of the market, I hardly invested in FIR’s recommendations, and I’m glad I didn’t. I would have missed out on the 7 year stock run up we’ve experienced. FIR has been predicting a crash since 2012 and it hasn’t happened. A lot of their recommendations were gold mining stocks, which did nothing but lose money. I didn’t see any big wins in their recommendations, performance was significantly lower than the S&P 500 during this period. But they’re certainly intelligent, and all… Read more »
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