Today we’re looking at a pitch from Tom Dyson and his colleagues at Palm Beach Letter, they’re selling their Palm Beach Confidential service — and one of the ways they’re selling it is by promising that they’ve got an investment that could return eight times your money if gold goes up just $150. What? OK, […]
This was originally published on June 3, 2013, and it continues to be one of the most-discussed topics we’ve covered during those years. The idea continues to be teased and promoted actively by Tom Dyson and his folks at Palm Beach Letter, sometimes using different names, so we’re re-posting it for those new readers who […]
This teaser wasn’t the core offering of Palm Beach Letter‘s latest pitch for their premium package of services — that was mostly Tom Dyson’s increasingly strident “Income for Life” push — they usually call that the “770 Account,” and they’ve been pushing it for several years now as the only safe way to protect your […]
“Strange Disappearances May Hold Key to Retirement in America” This ad pitch we’re covering today has been through a few iterations over the last year or two — Palm Beach Letter started pitching it as the “770 Account,” then the “President’s Account”, then last Fall they touted it as the “Magic Contract” for 100% tax-free […]
The Palm Beach Letter folks are out with a teased “special report” about how to collect more income in “three minutes” using some kind of secret California “maneuver” … … so naturally, Gumshoe readers are saying “huh?” And “why do they always use California when they make up these names?” And really, just “what are […]
Trading service from Tom Dyson and the Palm Beach Letter folks that focuses on steady income from selling options.
Tom Dyson at the Palm Beach Letter has generally been a relatively low-risk, income-focused guy — he used to run the 12% Letter for Stansberry, before starting Palm Beach Letter with Mark Ford a couple years ago, and for a newsletter guy he does relatively little of the “swing for the fences” stuff. Not that […]
Apparently the world has royalties on the brain this week … or at least, the part of the world that lives in Florida and has worked for Porter Stansberry. Frank Curzio, who writes from northern Florida, I think, has been pushing for royalty stocks, most recently patent and pharmaceutical royalties, for his expensive Phase 1 […]
“Shocking Investigation Reveals: “How a tiny handful of institutions (including a branch of the Chinese government) are creating the greatest resource opportunity in over 34 years… “Why thousands of unprepared investors could lose everything… “Three specific ways to make serious gains as the price of this substance jumps 550% over the next year.” That’s how […]
Several folks have been asking about the latest teaser pick circulating from Tom Dyson for his Palm Beach Letter — I haven’t seen this one really widely promoted, but it has come up enough that I think we’ll probably see more of it. And it so happens that it teases a company I have owned […]
Note: This article was originally published as a Friday File for the Stock Gumshoe Irregulars on October 26. At that time I did not own shares personally, but I now do own shares and have an additional limit order in to buy more if the price drops. The ad has still been running recently, and […]
It’s been a few months since I last wrote about a teaser pitch from the Palm Beach Letter, the “entry level” letter from Common Sense Investing that was started in the last year or so by ex-Stansberry pundit Tom Dyson and marketing guru Michael Masterson/Mark Ford. (Yes, I say “entry level” even though this is […]
I haven’t written much about the Palm Beach Letter, but Tom Dyson and Michael Masterson/Mark Ford have been given free reign to pitch their newsletter to most of the Agora and Stansberry mailing lists, it appears, so we sure see a lot of their ads. And lots of folks have been asking about this one, […]
Broad investing/”think rich” flagship letter from Mark Ford/Michael Masterson’s Agora-affiliated publishing company, started by Tom Dyson (formerly of Stansberry) and aimed at contrarian/alternative investments and income.
The latest newsletter to head our way via a big and mysterious marketing pitch is called The Palm Beach Letter, signed by a guy named Mark Ford — who is apparently the same dude as Michael Masterson, who has for a long time been a big name in copywriting and self-help “work from home” marketing […]
I’ve been getting lots of questions about this secret toll-free phone number this week, so I thought I should try to take a look for you today. Apparently it’s all about some way to boost your dividend by calling a special phone number — which can’t help but conjure up a mental image of vast […]
Tom Dyson edits the 12% Letter — a newsletter that, you will probably be unsurprised to hear, aims to recommend investments that provide high income using dividends (and other strategies). His publisher has been pushing out an ad lately that touts their “dividend capture” strategy, which I don’t have the heart to describe yet again […]
Quite a number of you, it appears, have seen this recent ad from Stansberry & Associates, trying to sell you a subscription to the 12% Letter by Tom Dyson. The teaser begins with the intriguing promise that there’s a “Postal secret” that will let you become a “1 share millionaire.”
“Whether stocks go up or down… some companies return tens of thousands of dollars a month starting with just a single share. But you can’t buy them on the market: They’re available through the U.S. mail. ‘It’s almost impossible not to make money’… says the SF Chronicle. What?
“While most folks earn tiny 2%-6% dividends on Blue Chips (like Pepsi, Johnson & Johnson, and AT&T) savvy Americans are secretly “boosting” those small yields to dizzying heights – earning incredible 30%-50% on the exact same shares. Originally available only to executives at America’s richest Blue Chip firms, this income secret is now available to […]
Today’s investment teaser ad comes to us from the fine folks at Stansberry & Associates — this time it’s from Tom Dyson, for his 12% Letter … which, as you might imagine, is aimed at dividend income. And it is, at least, more honestly named than the “25% Cash Machine” that another publishing house offers […]