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Bernie
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Bernie
February 11, 2009 11:53 pm
Subscriber for years,very informational. Will probably insult many readers. Richard Maybury is a no nonsense individual, he will intertain you with his style of writing. He has written a whole series of books using the pen name Uncle Eric. His web site is http://www.chaostan.com Mr. Maybury has been publishing his letter for 27 years and I have been taking it for more years than I can remember. Let me put it this way, I have never lost very much money with his recomendations. I am way ahead of the game with this gentleman. In his September 2007 issue he stated… Read more »
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Sheri
July 8, 2010 3:12 pm

Been receiving Maybury’s Early Warning Report for years. Very valuable information. He has specific investment recommendations to help navigate through these volatile times. We also have the whole set of Uncle Eric books for ourselves and our children to understand the big picture in the world. I highly recommend if you want to be well informed, stay one step ahead and protect yourself and family!

Leland K. Okura
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Leland K. Okura
January 18, 2011 6:11 pm
I got one of your flyers in the mail along with a free issue as your sample. I recently received a flyer introducing Richard Murbury along with a free current issue of your US & World Early Warning Report which I read from front to back in its entirety and found it to be like nothing I’ve ever read nor seen on the market. I am very impresed with his straight forwardness and not wasting the paper on matters that most common people find very hard to relate to in thier current reality. I will definitely share my flyer and… Read more »
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Eleanor
February 8, 2011 4:10 pm

Richard Mayberry gives an overview of the geopolitical forces that shape our world. He offers simple solutions to our global problems based on adhering to a code of ethics. He is a great historian who educates and illustrates the underlying motivation for mankind’s continual penchant for war. His life’s work as an author adds great value to his investment guidance which is sound, conservative and timely.

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Joel
June 19, 2011 11:04 am
I am going to give a different opinion of Richard’s newsletter. Like many of his readers, I’ve been a customer for several years. I found his analysis more entertaining than useful, however. He is correct on the long-term trends, but as Keynes said, in the long-run we are all dead. He keeps talking about a sudden collapse in the value of the dollar. Well, it’s been 30 years and the dollar hasn’t collapsed yet, and frightening readers into going into hermit mode is only going to lose them money. He makes his readers paranoid, and that’s never a good strategy… Read more »
Martin N
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Martin N
June 29, 2011 7:11 am

I have been aware of Mr Maybury’s work for quite a while but have subscribed for a bit less than a year. I did not do so for stock picks (which is why I marked that lower) but for a different “macro-view”, which it delivers in spades. It’s refreshingly different in style and content and while not cheery at present, I look forward to each edition.
Anyone interested should also check out Mr Maybury’s Uncle Eric books, great intro’s to an assortment of subjects (economics & finance; law and war) and ideal for interested high schoolers and up.

Natalie
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Natalie
July 15, 2011 9:57 am

I subscribed for 3 years. He is a die-hard libertarian. If you don’t like rants about the government from a right-wing perspective, you won’t like this newsletter. He has some interesting ideas about what is happening in the world but his endless libertarian rants are tiring. Paying taxes is NOT the government stealing from you in my opinion….but if it’s yours, you’ll probably like his newsletter. He doesn’t provide any performance data on his past track record of stock picks. He’s probably getting rich off subscriber income rather than prowness as a stock picker.

Jim W.
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Jim W.
July 23, 2012 4:11 pm

To understand Richard Maybury’s letters, you need to have read his books. He’s more on the gloom and doom side, but my Dear Ol’ Dead Daddy use to say, “The difference between an optimist and a pesimist is that the pesimist is better informed.” Richard will keep you informed on things the media isn’t talking about, but you can easily verify through web searches of legitimate websites. But is Richard is all you read, you’re only half informed and he is the first to admit this.

C. D.
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C. D.
August 15, 2012 6:55 am

How is Richard Maybury’s US & World Early Warning Report newsletter different than Jim Powell’s Global Changes & Opportunities Report? One comes from Phoenix AZ PO box 84900, the other from Box 84908. Are the companies connected, each charging for a newsletter with similar information?
Anyone have a Dunn & Bradstreet account to compare them:
James B. Powell & Assoicates, LLC
PO Box 84900
Phoenix, AZ 85071
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Henry Madison Research, LLC
PO BOX 84908
Phoenix, AZ 85071
(Owner/operator: Richard J. Maybury)

tampat
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tampat
October 31, 2012 2:42 pm
Richard Maybury and his letter, EWR, is not the typical investment newsletter. This isnt a letter that suggests stocks to buy and sell each month, its more a discussion of geopolitics, economics and macroeconomic trends that will effect your life and investments. He is very knowledgeable and interesting. His investments are long term buy and holds. On the website it shows the portfolio, date bought, price and % gain, none of them are at a loss. Many of the holdings go back to 2001, this isnt a stock trading letter and he doesnt talk about buy/sell prices. Instead, he might… Read more »
wizard17861
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August 3, 2013 10:01 am

He is straight forward and honest. I have made lots of money on hid recommendations. For example 100% plus on ATK which he recommended last year….

magicalstarramon
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magicalstarramon
October 22, 2013 6:09 pm

Has anybody made any money from the newsletter Byron King asked people to join with stock tips he says makes 30, 40, 60.100 + % inhis recommendations ? ? ? By joining Agora memberships for $700 or $1000 ?

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