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Martin Cramer
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I’ve subscribed to countless investing newsletters and The Dividend Machine, AAII and Stock Gumshoe are the only one that I have continued with. I have followed Bill Spetrino’s advice on the The Dividend Machine’s and have made more money from his recommendations than any other newsletter. I have almost always valued the Stock Gumshoe’s articles; however, I’m kind of disappointed that the Stock Gumshoe is not accurately representing the Dividend Machine’s results. You have to be careful to follow his parameters and not invest more than 10% to 15% outside of his conservative recommendations. I bought Herbalife in the low… Read more »
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You are picking and choosing which of his picks to follow. Following all of his advice, using his buy prices shown in his newsletter, underperform the market. he has some good picks but he has 40 stocks in his current portfolios and most (more than 20) are lagging the market.

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Bill was pushing Apple well before the 7/1 split. I bought quite a bit. The dividend keeps increasing and the stock has more than doubled.

I’m extremely happy and thankful for the advice.

I am in the market for the long haul and want to buy stocks with increasing dividends which drive my cost basis down and increases my total number of shares. After 5 or 6 years the growth is really picking up traction as compounding is in full gear.

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He pounded the table on KORS and QCOM. He said put 16% of your portfolio into QCOM and it’s down 15% according to his latest newsletter. Average that with Apple and the gain is about 70% while the SP500 is up more than 100% over that time. You are right, he has a few good picks but most of his stocks are not good.

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