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Jerry Astrachan
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Way way too much advertising for other Oxford Club publications in which I have absolutely no interest. I consider this intrusion to be so significant that I have decided not to renew my subscription!!

summerpd
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Sean is no longer with this newsletter; he is now with Weiss and a big name there. While I liked him, I think the rating given here (2 stars) is about right for the newsletter; even more so now that Sean has left. Matthew Carr took over, though Fessler is still there. It used to be more gold, silver, etc., with Sean. That focus changed to oil with Matt Carr.

marianne
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Fessler mentioned 3$ current stock price, Orocobre is 7.20 AUS. Also, production of Orocobre last year was 15000 tons, not the 3000 tons in 2017 Fessler mentioned… Are you sure we have the right company?

John Irwin
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I received the Oxford Insight. I subscribed to one of these “investment letters” in the past. The problem is that every time they come up with some great new investment prospect, you needed to send in more money. They also had additional newsletters for more money. As does OXFORD. Lots of layers. I’m not fond of investments that don’t do the world any good [Coca-Cola], so that can eliminate quite a few stocks. They also sent me exactly the same info I got via email. What a WASTE.

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