Trident Confidential


Weekly newsletter with recommended portfolio of Australian and other global stocks.

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Richard McKeown
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Richard McKeown
September 15, 2009 2:14 pm

The news letter is the Trident Confidential, an Australian publication which covers all stocks and which costs AU$399 per year.

The information is in depth well informed and very accurate, our portfolio based on his advice has returned 95% so far for this year.

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Richard

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Stan
December 21, 2009 5:38 pm

Been a subscriber for two years and will be one forever. Spicer’s predictions have been uncanny and his returns have been excellent. Im really happy and have made money on all his picks except two that I was stopped out of with tiny losses. Even though he’s expensive – worth every penny.

Carol
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Carol
May 13, 2010 5:07 pm

I have subscribed to this newsletter for 3 years. He picks Australian and American stocks. Published once a week. He has buy and sell rules. Sets stop losses once you have bought stocks. I have tried many newsletters and this is the one I will use forever. The first year cost AU $799. If you renew before your subscription expires it is AU$399. I have made money each year of my subscription and that included 2008.

Ashton Ohara
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Ashton Ohara
June 15, 2010 5:58 pm
Trident Confidential is a bit of a scam however he gives good stock tips. You need to use technical analysis to use technical analysis to get your own genuine returns. He states just this week 9-16 June 2010 that he picked up 10 stocks at the bottom of the market and made 14.5%. He manages to miraculously purchase stocks at their lowest price and make maximum return and yet get minimal loss when the stock market turns down. He also stated to hedge against a fall too however he right out lies on the strategy for this. He should have… Read more »
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Greg
June 25, 2010 7:23 am
Don’t know what the last post was all about. Those 10 stocks were a clear buy and quite purchable at the buy-in price posted. I have no doubt whatsoever as to this report’s accuracy and truthfulness. The only issue that I have come up against is whether you have the emotional resolve after being stopped out in a market correction on a number of occasions – to then take the plunge and buy another set of stocks like this when they are recommended. However, the fact remains is that if you follow the portfolio you will get the returns indicated.… Read more »
Patrick T
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Patrick T
July 7, 2010 7:04 pm

I’m a subscriber and have been with Trident for just over a year having joined when things were bad in early 2009. And I have to say Lance was superb in keeping subscribers informed and keeping me sane. I put a lot of trust in his words and it paid off. His stock picks are excellent and to do so well through such bad times, I say “congratulations Lance – job well done!” As long as he keeps publishing I’ll keep subscribing!

Tanya 1968
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Tanya 1968
July 7, 2010 7:07 pm

Really good newsletter and advice – Love it.

Dragonwire
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Dragonwire
July 22, 2010 3:09 pm
Been a subscriber for nearly a year and I have to say it’s the first time I’ve been impressed by a stock picker. Trident’s stock picks are spot on. What I can say is that there is more to the newsletter than just master stockpicking. To get Lance Spicer’s returns you have to follow 2 strategies. 1. He always sets his buy prices a few percent below where the market is and does so in 2 part allocations. One lower than the other. 2. He employs a strict stop loss strategy placed at a certain perecentage below the recent high.… Read more »
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Martin
July 22, 2010 3:24 pm
Excellent newsletter! His U.S. and Aussie stock picks are by and large, great. He has had problems with some members not following his trading rules and jumping in (stupidly) and paying too much for his stocks, mainly the Aussie ones, which I don’t trade anyways. This seems to have stopped now that he no longer recommends tiny stocks that are subject to this kind of behavior. I have made really great returns by using his buying strategy and placing my trades exactly where he tells us to each week. His research is done in accountant fashion, because he is one,… Read more »
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John Smith
October 20, 2010 12:31 am
Re: Trident Confidential Newsletter The Administrator of ‘Aussiestockforums’ posted the following message on 23July10 with respect to two posts made by Dragonwire earlier on the same day:- ————————————————————– This thread is now being closed and and from this point forward we will not be allowing any further discussion of this product. Sadly, this morning an individual using an email directly associated with this newsletter registered at ASF and posted in this thread posing as a satisfied customer. This sort of dishonest and deliberately deceptive behaviour is not tolerated here at ASF and the account in question has now been permanently… Read more »
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zapped
January 6, 2011 12:26 am
I am no Trident employee and I can tell you that I am very pleased with this newsletter. It kept me optimistic when the market was down huge and i have no doubt that following the rules Lance gives and his picks would make the huge returns he describes. I do think it takes a lot of money and time to follow it all and picking and choosing is hard because you don’t know when ones are the occasional losers. The key is to buy as low as possible and set the stops as he describes – or your own… Read more »
Gregory
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Gregory
February 6, 2011 4:45 pm

I’ve been with Lance for about 5 years and I can not believe how brilliant this man is. He even picked the global meltdown 18 months before it happened – the only thing he got wrong here was the magnitude of the crash. His greatest benefit is that he is a great teacher who is absolutely passionate about the world of finance and investment.
If Lance put his subscription fee up to $2,000 a year – TC would still be well worth it and I would pay it in a heart beat.

Gregory,
content TC member (retired)

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Michael
February 9, 2011 8:00 pm
If I could give minus starts I wouldd! If you want proof that Trident Condifential and Lance Spicer are a complete scam check out this 2 months results of his new management fund at: http://www.amhonline.com.au/trident/ The Dow JOnes has made 6.7% in two months and he has made only 2.3% in the same period from 1 December 2010to 31 January 2011. I would consider this a disaster as wait when the market is perfoming badly how he will perform. 90% average returns. What a joke! He can’t and will never match this. You have been warned and now there is… Read more »
Karen Rose
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Karen Rose
March 10, 2011 5:07 pm
If you want proof that Trident Confidential and Lance Spicer check out results of his new management fund at: http://www.amhonline.com.au/trident/ . Lance can say whatever he wants in the newsletter because it is not audited and is based only on what he says. Here is a fact: Fund started 1 December 2010. As at 28 February it is at 4% return in 3 months when the Dow Jones was up 8%. What would be your return when the market falls! You do the math… And remember he says he averages 90% return a year. In the last month he made… Read more »
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choco
June 16, 2011 7:09 am
The best thing about Trident is the weekly economic and political summary that Lance presents to the reader. His style is straight to the point with the bonus of some humour in his comments on the Australian Economy and his quick US summary. I have a been a subscriber to his global investment book series since 2003, which opened me up to the hidden world of off-shore banking and alternative investments. Mr Spicer, as mentioned before, was the late Christopher Skase accountant/adviser. Mr Skase was Australia’s most colourful businessmen in the 80’s boom who eventually became a infamous fugitive con… Read more »
DavidK
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February 24, 2012 7:48 pm
I agree with much of Choco says, except Lance was not the accountant for Chris Skase, he was actually the accountant for the trustee who was searching for Skase’s assets (this fact is in his books) and was most scathing of Skase, but that’s not relevant. His newsletter is excellent and his returns in my mind do add up to what he says, as I have achieved similar returns by following his advice, but you must do exactly as he says and place stop losses on your positions. The weekly commentary is worth the price alone. I am also an… Read more »
Karen
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April 24, 2012 7:17 pm

If you want to find the truth about Trident Confidential check out their Growth Fund result. It is -5% over 2 years. Refer to link:

http://www.amhonline.com.au/trident/

If you want to lose money and time join Trident Confidential.

Steve
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Steve
October 24, 2012 8:49 am

Have been with the trident for many yrs, he is no frills, and makes sense every week, his political raves are worth the subscription.
Stock picks are fairly well researched, adhere to the stop lose rule. A good signal is only as good as your money management.

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