This latest pitch from the Oxford Club has really caught the attention of Gumshoe readers — lots of questions about this “Jupiter Engine” that will “end global warming” and make all other power plants obsolete… mostly, of course, because it’s also supposed to give you “the retirement of your dreams” as revenue “surges by 4,130%” […]
Lots of questions rolling in about this one — it’s a pitch for Sean Brodrick’s Oxford Resource Explorer, which these days is offered at $79 a year (or $49 for email-only)… though the letter is actually signed by David Fessler, one of their analysts who has generally been touted as an energy and resource expert […]
The ad we’re looking at today came in from the Oxford Club, and at first it didn’t catch my eye because I assumed it was yet another re-marketing of their old “Hyper Fi” idea from last year… but, it turns out, today they’re hinting at something different. Which is probably good, since that old Hyper-Fi […]
I’ve been puttering around and thinking about several different teaser ads recently, but this one percolated to the top of the pile when I read Alexander Green’s characterization of it as the “Easiest Grand-Slam Stock of the New Year” … so what is it? Well, the ad is for the basic membership in the Oxford […]
If I had a nickel for every time some newsletter tout pitched “Silicon Valley’s Next Big Thing” … This ad from the Oxford Club, for their Chairman’s Circle service (a package deal where you pay big $$ up front for lifetime access to all of their newsletters), is all about that next bit thing… and […]
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