Too good to be true?

by bfchmv | March 27, 2013 4:24 pm

Hi Travis, I just received another teaser from the Oxford Club ( this is the 2nd time), about 6 companies putting together 1.2 trillion ( that’s with a ”T”!) as some kind of secret pact to save America. It is supposedly a unified project to end all deficits, bring employment down to 4%, send the Dow to 20,000 or higher, and place money in the pockets of every American. Small share-holders in this company are on course for huge payouts, so they claim. Pie in the sky?? What is your take on this deal?? Marilyn Scott

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    Marilyn Scott
    Mar 29 2013, 09:45:30 pm

    The Oxford Club is touting these 6 companies again. Iread through it all, and their plan to save America actually sounds very provocative. Would you please check out these companies and reveal their symbols? Apparantly they are open to investment, I think. I have all kinds of faith in you. Thanks , in advance. MS

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    Glenn Robinson
    Apr 26 2013, 04:38:34 pm

    Re Oxford Club 6 companies secret plan to save America.
    I did a little on-line research and found this:
    GE Energy is hyping this service station package through and
    The box will connect to any resource company that distributes natural gas.
    At present the only production natural gas car available in the US is Honda It is reasonably priced, but it only gets about 240 miles per tank, due to limited tank size.
    Conversion kits for 6 and 8 cylinder fuel-injected cars are available, but you are looking at $3k by the time the work is done (2-4 year payout). See
    Westport wprt may not be a supplier to Honda, but does service the heavy hauling industry. is worth a careful read. This page is probably where oxford picked up the trail. Related partnership announced between Shell and TA to install LNG dispensers on heavy truck routes
    I doubt all this will save America, but low natural gas prices are pulling big players into both cooperative and competitive positions.

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    Marilyn Scott
    Apr 27 2013, 11:30:50 am

    Thanks, Glenn,
    Your answers are to the point and concise. I appreciate your thorough research on the “Too Good to be True”? topic. Marilyn

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