17 Comments on "Leeb’s Income Performance Letter"
An interesting and relatively cheap newsletter with a focus on “income & growth” stocks.
Be aware that a lot of stocks are coming from… The Complete Investor (from Leeb’s team).
Same remarks on their buy/sell instructions: do your own technical and fundamental anlysis before (blindly) following…
I was a subscriber to this newsletter in 2008 and all of his
picks lost lots of money that time, so I canceled it in a
few months. He was wrong about calling a bottom in
financials/housing in 2008.
I have been a off and on subscriber to Leeb’s investing letters for well over 10 years. I have received some good investing ideas and some that were so/so.
Leeb has lost me for good this time. His renewal teaser was renew and receive an uncirculated silver dollar. No big deal either way except no silver dollar. I renewed 11-17 and have called 3 times receiving a fresh promise each time. The principle of the deal has kicked in an I am through. Petty? perhaps but you should keep your promises.
I subscribed to Leeb’s Income performance Letter in June 2010, In August 2010 I decided that it was not the tool I was looking for and requested they cancel my subscription and requested a refund.
Numerous e-mails requesting my refund per their “Thin-dime Guarantee” have fallen on deaf ears. It is now November, 2010 and still no refund. Customer service has acknowledge my request, but no refund to date. Save your money and avoid this marketing ploy to get you money and forget about you.
I subscribed to Leeb when they offered a 1 oz complementary 1 oz silver eagle if you subscribe for 2 years. Its been a two years and they still have not sent the eagle. I’ve called 3 times and their customer support tell me its on the way. What a lie!
Other than that problem, leeb is a great contrarian indicator!
I have not received any copies of the LEEB newsletter.
I only received four TOTALLY OUTDATED reports, which I am returning.
Please, cancel my subscription immediately.
You have some nerve !
Mrs. R. von Boyens
I subscribed was promised a book. Received one email newsletter, innumerable teaser emails to buy more and never got a book. Guy comes off as a scam and a phony. Buyer beware.
I subscribed for 1 year to the Income Performance letter and was inundated with solicitous e-mails from this “advisor”.
No I didn’t make any real money. Good Luck if you think you can.
I paid $78. for a two year subscriptions that included a book. For six months I kept calling and they told me it was on the way. After six months I started receiving my newsletter and the book. Now, six months later it says Final Issue on my email. Very poor customer service response and keeps poor records. Buyer Beware!