Late last week I started digging into a teaser from Sean Brodrick at Oxford Resource Explorer that promised “three supercharger plays” for the bull market in precious metals that he expects — and though I only “solved” the first teased stock that day I promised to follow up and catch up on the other two. […]
The gold bull market is really back, at least when it comes to newsletter promotions. Probably the quickest off the starting line was Porter Stansberry with his “Metropolitan Club” plan and introduction of the Stansberry Gold Investor service in late March that drove a lot of investor attention to the gold mining sector (not many […]
The article below originally appeared on July 17, 2014 around the time the teaser pitch from the Oxford Club folks started circulating. The ad is being seen by lots of our readers again now, and we’re getting a lot of questions about it, so we re-post it here for your information… the ad seems unchanged […]
I wrote an article about a similar pitch from the Oxford Club folks a couple years ago, back when it was not just the “death of electric cars” that was being promised, but a way to make gasoline “three times cheaper” without using oil. But I figured that this new ad must be talking about […]
Monthly newsletter broadly covering natural resources stocks of all stripes, from metals to energy.
Sean Brodrick is hawking not a subscription this time, but a one-time publication he calls The Goldstone Strike Report. In this report, he claims to have the “greatest gold arbitrage play of the century” … a company that has benefitted by the fact that “The world’s richest country is practically giving away its gold at […]
A quick one for you today, as much to distract me from personal issues as to help sniff out an interesting investment idea for you. The pitch is from Sean Brodrick for his Red-Hot Global Resources newsletter that’s published by Weiss, we’ve looked at some of his teaser picks before — most recently a bunch […]
Natural resource stock advisory.
I hope you can forgive your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe for being a bit addle-brained, but I can’t seem to keep track in my head of the vast numbers of natural resources and commodities-focused newsletters that have sprung up (or been renamed) over the last year or two. I think this one is new, it’s called […]