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Investment U [InvestmentU.com] I cannot rate their picks,since I only just got the service.But the articles are interesting,and different from others,since they take a contrarian stance.Most of what they say makes sense,and,best of all the service is free.
I love reading Investment U newsletters. However, most of their e-mails are ads for something else (like today’s on how to receive 96 dividend checks). Their web site (www.investmentu.com) contains a lot of valuable information. Their newsletters often contain links to web sites with valuable educational information.
I often disagree with their political analysis, but their stock picks and analysis have been good. I bypass any e-mail that looks like an ad and enjoy reading the few that are left. Since Investment U is free, I would rate it as a must-have for all newbies. Everyone should read their Investment Reports as most contain very good, in-depth analysis.
Investment U is not quite in the same class as John Mauldin’s “Outside The Box,” which is at the top of my list of informative newsletters.
I like Investment U. as well. It has a lot of good advice and also has linked me to others such as Leeb’s which I find good.My
favorite is still Personal Finance though but I am still new to
the Oxford Club so time will tell.
I also enjoy reading Investment U’s articles. They are insightful and great for new people. I subscribed to the Oxford Club’s newsletters for a couple of years and initially did fairly well with some of their picks.
I also like Money Morning and Investors Daily Edge for their analysis and articles, though I don’t necessarily go for their stock picks.
Oxford is a fine, respected source of general information & a very valuable “starter” tool for the novice investor. Always respected as a basic primer on investing..