written by reader Doc is at it again…

By jjvd, September 26, 2012

Any ideas on what Doc Eiffrig is pushing now for the ”discount” rate of $3K per year that ”makes money 79% of the time”??? It better for that price! Does anyone have any experience of feedback on this?

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Stew
7 years ago

looks like he has a way to select puts & calls that are so far out of range that they have a high probability of not being exercised. he picks them from lists of well established companies, so in an unlikley event that you do get stuck having to own the underlying stock, it is not “supposed” to hurt too much -(but if the item has reached that expreem pricing, you may not want to own it either) – concept sounds reasonable – there are many wild extreem puts & calls available – I guess he suggests that you sell some of them to take in the money others are throwing away

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Peter Courtenay Stephens
Peter Courtenay Stephens
7 years ago
Reply to  Stew

Your synopsis is only partially correct. I will leave you to figure out what part is way wrong. I use several of Docs services and also other Stansberry letters and have for about 7 or 8 years in various forms and i have made tens of thousands. So they definitely are worth it and you do have a money back if your not up to it. To hammer them is not honest unless you have a track record of more than just a 1 month trial and a money back.

martha a. mason
martha a. mason
7 years ago

10/202012
does any one has a clue on “the 79% trade”? I know these people have a fertile imagination. after you get cought in their webs they deliver zero results. I am curious, please tell me what they have up their sleeves.
thanks
martha a. mason

Gene
Gene
7 years ago

I had subscribed in the past but stopped as you need at least $25,000 to $35,000 to trade with in order to make enough to pay for the service. I did like his service and found it very useful. I think that if you use his techniques of selling puts and calls you can achieve the same success without a large cash outlay in the beginning. He uses basically blue chip companies; Intel, J & J, Medtronics, etc. and diversifies into different sectors to not be top heavy in one industry. I get his Retirement Trader and he gives basically the same advise, not as often, as his Retirement Trader. As for him personally, I am also a Physician/MBA, and he seems to be someone who became dissatisfied with the financial industry and thought Medicine would be more altruistic. He seems to have become dissatisfied with that too. But I do enjoy reading his news letter for $99/yr
and I have made that back multiple times.

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Gene
Gene
7 years ago
Reply to  Gene

I meant Retirement Millionaire sorry for mistake. That is the one that is $99/yr.

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