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Opinions are like ___s, everyone has one.
This said, I think Casey has a very good chance to be correct, long term.
I have subscribed to Doug Casey’s (report) service for about a year now, and can’t really say i receive good value. Occasionally there is a point not generally available elsewhere, and perhaps i am missing something.
Running at around 35 pages per issue, this report is a good value for the money, as it is packed with a lot of useful information on economics, politics, relevant data, and investment picks. Bud Conrad, the Casey Research economist, is always enjoyable to read.
I am doing an internship, I write articles about the gold market, and I need it to read.
Good Information As Always. Recommended.
I’ve been a subscriber to the Casey Report for over a year now and find it a pleasure to read. The publication covers a variety of topics – politics, economics, wealth protection, investments – which makes it invaluable, especially all of the data provided.
The “when” is always 7 months from now.
I’ve subscribed to Doug Casey’s products for years and have profited from not only the recommendations but also in learning about libertarian ideas and other things such as where and how to expatriate.
The only other newsletter that I consider better for this line of work is The Dollar Vigilante – and the write of The Dollar Vigilante, Jeff Berwick, says he considers Doug Casey to be like a mentor and it shows!
Really in-depth analysis, superb explanations of what is really going on in the markets, truly perceptive.
However, the performance of the actual recommended stocks has been terrible, and done so much more harm to my portfolio than any other newsletter service. No doubt they’ll bag some winners during the rest of this resource bull market, but of their picks that I still hold from before the financial crisis, several are still down 80/90% (and that’s just the ones that didn’t disappear entirely!!).
So in conclusion, brilliantly written, but beware their risky stock recommendations!
We should talk. I learned the Doug Casey 3 Australian gold stocks was a fraud from the start. All about millions of stock options purchased prior to the marketing blitz by Casey and other top gold bug news letter writers and penny stock firms. Amazing scam done offshore over their newsletter clients that became the bag holders!!!