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7 Comments on "Oil & Gas Investments Bulletin"

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pete1265
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pete1265

I do not think I have benefitted from my subscription because I do not have the interest in doing the homework to make his writings understandable to me — not in the oil or mining business. I print his text, with the intention of studying to understand his writings. There have always been things I would prefer to read and study. I did buy sone GSFVF because the technology seems so “green,” but the shares have lost lots of value. Joan in Houston

degiles
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degiles
Keith Schaefer is a jewel. He tracks his complete portfolio, showing every purchase and sale he has ever made. I have done well in a relatively short time by 1)steering away from the companies I do not understand and going for the ones I can understand and 2) investing quickly where he is particularly in love with a stock and can come up with both numbers and a story that makes sense. It is one of those situations where he says “I bought 5000 shares of XYZ this morning because—-.” He also tracks every holding and reports regularly on their… Read more »
Ken
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Ken

When he announces his purchase say at 50 cents,before you can get in it`s 70 cents but he can now brag about a 40% gain and your at even. Bottom line he picks some good winners and some big losers that balance out if your lucky…in my case I lost big time when I heavily invested in his no brainer stock.

Bernie
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Bernie
The big problem is the reader can never come close to the gains Schaefer claims he makes, and he probably does. For example, he will say he bought a private placement of ABC company at 70 cents. This private placement is simply not available to the vast, vast majority of private investors. The stock is now at $1.00, so bingo, he puts down in his portfolio a 33% gain. However the average investor might pay 95 cents for the same stock on the market. Also the stocks are almost all the small cap oil and gas drillers/producers with no dividends.… Read more »
superjet
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superjet

Keith provides very detailed explanation to his picks. Similarly, to Ken`s Bernie`s reviews, it bothers me that Keith compares his results to his private placement purchases. However, his research is very extensive and provides conference meetings (with a nice lunch) and calls to discuss any of his picks.

It`s also good to see that he makes mistakes by believing in the stocks, as oppose to portraying himself as a investing guru. Keith discusses his way of thinking and change in strategy.

coolhandluke
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coolhandluke
Keith is very smart and informed in oil and gas stocks and technology, I will give him that. However this guy recommends stocks that admittedly he has bought 10’s of thousands of the day before he recommends them to you in a bulletin, so instead of letting his subscribers who are paying $500 dollars a year buy 1st, they have to buy at inflated prices usually pink sheet stocks that are “thinly” traded! Then a few weeks later after you have bought at a high price he tells you he sold a few days ago and dropped due to bla,… Read more »
ronkirena
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ronkirena
Keith does in depth intense research. Interesting too. Ahead of the pack on his thesis on trends. However, like so many newsletter folks, they spend too much time on theoretical stuff, writing they come on ads, and lose focus. i.e. Poseidon Concepts, PSN-TSX. His #1 safety pick for my RSP. But he does not get cosy with management enough to know them, judging from the inept* disasterous PSN management (they are bein sued* stock has gone from $14 to $0.25 on Feb 14th 2013, speaks to inept word). Any how what this means to an average investor is Keith, likeable… Read more »
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