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By enigmantic, March 31, 2012

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CaveBear
CaveBear
March 31, 2012 3:49 pm

I have not subscribed to the Short Report, but I have been a subscriber to many of their cheaper publications, and the person who’s theories and writing have made me the most money, is Jeff Clark. If I had the money (most of my investing is business, not personal), I would definitely buy the Short Report.

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Stansberry CS
April 17, 2012 9:09 am

If you have any questions about Stansberry and Associates, please do not hesitate to call customer service at 1-888-261-2693. We would be happy to assist you. We are open Monday – Friday 9-5 EST.

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Bob
May 8, 2012 4:54 pm

Stock gumshoe used to have a bunch of reviews on the S&A Short Report, but with the revised web site they appear to have fallen into the memory hole.

As I recall, most of the reviews were negative. I got the S&A Short Report for a while. Jeff Clark does not have a crystal ball, and seems to focus on technical trading strategies that last worked in the mid 90s. He has a few big winners but most of his trades stop out with a 50% or more loss. Of course in the S&A Digest you will only hear about the big winners. I’d say that the high price of the newsletter is very difficult to justify.

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sdansker
November 17, 2012 10:13 am

I’m glad that S&A CS monitors this site. To them & all you folks who subscribe to their many separate entities, ask yourselves a simple question: why aren’t THEY taking their own advice and raking in millions? I think somewhere it says they aren’t supposed to. Duh??? My thought is if they were able to make so much coin, they would be doing it, and not spending all this time telling others about it. I think all newsletters are scams. And further, why does a doctor give up his practice to became a newsletter editor? Sounds fishy to me. Finally, the tout that ‘market research’ shows that 10,000 word hypes actually sell newsletter subscriptions is highly suspect. Anyone who wades thru the whole articles has got to be brain dead. And where do these testimonials come from? I’ve checked out a few that they are all fake names! I gotta give it to Porter: he’s the best snake oil salesman , next to Madoff, that I’ve ever seen. But then again, the world is made up of people who are patently brain-dead with their money, and he’s only too happy to take it.

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