Grant Wasylik took over the newsletters that were started by Frank Curzio over at Uncommon Wisdom (one of the Weiss Research publication groups), and he’s out with a new ad for the Adventure Capitalist “back end” newsletter. That letter is one of the many “upgrade” newsletters that most publishers funnel you toward — if you […]
The Disruptors and Dominators newsletter, one of the “entry level” letters from Weiss, is out pitching a “silver bullet” company — a firm that has developed a universal cancer vaccine. And, of course, they’ll tell you all about it — for your $49 subscription fee. Here at Stock Gumshoe, we’d like you to think things […]
Trading advisory focused on technology stocks, Jon Markman formerly ran a newsletter for Investorplace called Trader’s Advantage, and has focused on technical analysis and trading indicators in the past.
We’ve seen a lot of commentary over the last six months about buying the energy downturn — mostly with quotes about “buying when there’s blood in the streets” and “hold your nose and buy” as the only potentially cheap stocks in the market have been beaten-down energy stocks. And maybe it’s a good idea, I […]
I like Frank Curzio’s podcast (now called Wall Street Unplugged), and I generally find his way of thinking interesting, so after he was laid off by Porter Stansberry I was half hoping he’d go off on his own and build his own newsletter business from scratch (he edited Phase 1 Investor and Small Cap Specialist […]
This latest ad is really disturbing. I drink a lot of coffee. Not a moderate amount, but a lot. Hot, black, strong. I gleefully read all the articles about how coffee is a wonder food, and particularly liked the recent commentary from some folks that coffee now has such a positive impact on health for […]
Newsletter focusing on larger companies with attractive cash flow.
“WHY DIE? “This virtually unknown company is trying to “turn off” heart attacks and cancer before they happen! “It possesses the secret that could END crippling and chronic diseases like arthritis, diabetes, hepatitis, AIDS and more — AT WILL! “Buy this stock NOW to go for truly explosive profits in medicine’s all new ‘golden age!’” […]
A good headline, right? That caught the attention of a LOT of Gumshoe readers over the last several days, following the flurry of ads that Martin Weiss began running for his Martin’s Ultimate Portfolio service in the middle of last week. So let’s try to figure out what his “#1 Top-Ranked Stock” is, shall we? […]
Uses Weiss’ stock safety ratings and performance ratings to try to maintain a risk-averse portfolio of safer stocks and ETFs. Applied to a real portfolio with some of Martin Weiss’ own money, which is put to work the day after trade alerts are issued.
Trading service with frequent updates on energy stock recommendations.
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 […]
I was just mentioning Tony Sagami the other day, in a reference to his teaser pitch about some bird flu companies a year or so ago that turned out to be a lucrative idea, so it caught my attention when a bunch of readers asked about his latest ad spiel over the weekend. Turns out, […]
All-sector stockpicking newsletter which provides “boots on the ground” recommendations and a portfolio of picks. Previously edited by Frank Curzio and, briefly, by Tony Sagami before both left Weiss publishing. Wasylik was with Palm Beach Letter writing mostly about income investments before taking over Disrupters and Dominators and a couple other formerly Curzio-helmed letters for […]
Gold and silver letter using ETFs, mining shares, inverse ETFs and bullion.
I haven’t seen the original version of this ad, and somehow missed the mailing of it last week (apparently there are still a couple mailing lists that I’m not on), but several readers have sent me copy-and-pastes of the pitch, and it sounds interesting enough to at least try to ID the stock for you. […]
Weekly newsletter recommending stocks in emerging markets.
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 […]
More “Contrarian Bonanza” picks, you ask? Well of course! There are several new teaser ads stacking up in the Thinkolator’s inbox, but before we get to those … let’s close the book on the “contrarian bonanza” picks from the Weiss folks as they tease their Million-Dollar Contrarian Portfolio. There are three left of the seven […]
It’s a long list of teasers that tempts us into the Weiss fold, enticing us to subscribe to his real-money Million-Dollar Contrarian Portfolio. Tempted to subscribe? No, not the mighty Gumshoe! Tempted to sniff out the answers for free? You bet! The first teaser picks from this ad inspired a bit of debate (though, to […]
It’s been quite a while since I wrote about a Martin Weiss teaser — he publishes a number of letters at Weiss Research, and this is is “contrarian portfolio” letter that follows along as an analyst (Tom Essaye in this case) invests Weiss’ own million dollars. They haven’t been teasing many specific picks for this […]
Natural resource stock advisory.
I wrote a bit about Tony Sagami’s Asian Profit Play #1 last week, so it seems only appropriate to follow up with a look at numbers two and three — two other stocks that he thinks will benefit from the continuing growth in China and elsewhere in Asia, and that he’d be delighted to tell […]
Sometimes the world just gives you a bad case of the “blahs.” The politicians are disappointingly putting their own political prospects above national interests, unemployment is terrible, friends are out of work, our houses are worth less than we thought, the world is in decline and we should be moving to a rural farm, burying […]