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10 Comments on "Private Briefing"

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elcymak
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elcymak

Do not count on them to let you discontinue your subscription. They are still charging me 4 months after I requested to cancel account. They promised to refund my account but it never happened. I had to suspend my credit card so they cannot charge me again

sandalwood
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sandalwood
I gave Private Briefing a middle of the road rating because it is one of Stansberry’s horses. Otherwise I would have given it four and one half stars. For $4 a month (first year only), a guy really can’t go wrong with their stock selections. I happen to have made money off one of their picks by playing one of its options. Overall this NL is interesting and well worth the read. I like both Patalone and Galani. The other cast of characters also make interesting reading and sometimes when the editor of Radical Change contributes an article it is… Read more »
rgmenke
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rgmenke
I’ve been a subscriber for about a year and have been happy with the results. For $5 a month they give you ideas that are generated by their other expensive services. The picks are fairly numerous so you need to do some homework but so far it’s been great! Like others have mentioned, they constantly push the other expensive services (Gieger Index, Money Map, Kent Moors, etc) but it’s easy to ignore them. I find it much better that say Oxford, which consistently puts you in those crappy half hour informercials. Hey, for roughly $60 year they dig up stocks… Read more »
doc327hank
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doc327hank

At $8 per month (It’s gone up since I started, I think) you are getting great advice. NOt the best there is but, for many letters, “you get what you pay for” would be nice.

But this one you get more than you pay for.

dahbeej
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dahbeej

I’ve subscribed for about 2 years at 7.95 per month. They’ve had some good picks but I tire of the constant repetition of how well some picks did, while others seem to have fallen into a black hole as nothing is ever said about them again. I guess their occasional success has gone to their heads as they want $19.90 per month now. Not a good value at that price. Did not renew. Would consider at $7.95 again.

Suzanne Gerard
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Suzanne Gerard

Just looking for something current on this newsletter which was touted to me for $39.95 for one year. A couple of reviewers said it was a bargain at $8.00/month so I guess I’ll give it a try at $3.33/month ($39.95/year). Those who dropped it when the price rose might want to give it another look.

kristen stewart
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hi Suzanne,
I am looking into joining… just curious if you decided to give the newsletter a try and if it has been worth it for you?

Bulldogpicker
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Bulldogpicker

So did any one get the Hyped “Front Runners” picks, is this a one time publication or do you get regular updated picks? Is this a new thing or something he has had out for a while?

HWelch
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HWelch

I have been a subscriber for a number of years. While some of the advice is top notch, the most disturbing thing in all of the newsletters is the excessive “hype” to promote a particular position or situation. I don’t need it. I don’t want it and the hype has caused me to cancel most of the newsletters. Once around the track is more than enough for me!
Sorry, but when they start writing succinct newsletters with basic information, I might return. Not until.

Dave GRay
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Dave GRay

Nothing is perfect. However, I have made money on their picks: NVDA, BABA, MU.

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