written by reader Agora publishing and its newsletter divisions: approach with caution

By xiexgp@gmail.com, June 9, 2014

With only 47 employees and a boatload of newsletters plus the newly added FDA Trader, seems they’re spread pretty thin. Personally, I’d take anything and everything associated with them with a tiny grain of salt.
According to the BBB:

Agora, Inc. is the parent company of The Oxford Club and Stansberry & Associates Investment Research, LLC and The Oxford Club is a affiliate of Stansberry & Associates Investment Research, LLC not the parent company.
Number of Employees
Business Category
Publishers – Periodical
Products & Services
This company provides people with info on health, retiring, traveling, relocating, investing or starting a business overseas. This information is generally available online though some information is only available to members (requiring a fee. Most of the websites/information includes disclaimers regarding the use of the information provided.
Alternate Business Names
Agora Publishing, Red Zone profits, Passport Club, The, Investing in Crisis, Tax Avoidance Digest, Adrian Day’s Investment Analyst, Caer Laer Publications, International Living, Strategic Investment, Financial Predictions, Quantum Advanatage, Wealth Angles, World’s Best Tax Liberty, World Financial Tours, John Pugsley’s Journal, World Money Analyst, Home, Inc., Tax Wise Money, The Highlander Club, Health for Life, Scientific Investment, Health & Longevity, Women’s Health Companion, Investing with Barry Ziskin, Free Enterprise, World Investor, Wig Addison, Dr. Arnot’s Inside Health, Rare Earth Society, The, Doug Casey’s International Speculator, Moneyletter, Gary North’s Remnant Review, Cutting Edge, The, Strategic Weekly Briefings, Carpathia Letter, The, Jack Wheeler’s Strategic Intelligence, Penny Stock Fortune, Fortune Publishing International, Fleet Street Letter, Options Hotline, Outstanding Investments, Real Health, Agora South, LLC, Agora, Agora Health Books, Death Cross Trader, Wealth Legacy Advisor

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June 10, 2014 6:26 pm

I’d take anything they have to recommend with a large grain of salt. I haven’t been looking at stocks for that long. I took my pension from Northrup in one lump sum. Since I also have some inheritance that has been disappering I thought I’d look at stocks. Agora caught my attention and I subscribed to their bottom newsletter. One of their recommendations was APDN, Applied DNA. They mark items with DNA so as tob prevent counterfeiting, and it is sole sourced by the miitary (DOD). Agora made a big deal of the sole sourcing, every counterfeiting bust, and every robbery where the bills had been marked with DNA. After more than two years the stock has gone no where. It is in a niche market and not likely to be more than that. I also let dollar signs cloud my vision and bit on another recommendation HRTPY. I forget their name, HRTPY was drilling for oil off the coast of Africa. They were set to drill four wells, and Agora promise big returns IF they struck oil, and did their best to push HRTPY for all it was possibly worth. The one thing they didn’t mention and I could not find was data on seismic surveys. Naive as I was figgered they must have it for as often as they mentioned it. Four wells later only one had a trace and was not commercial. The one thing you can count on from them is the latiest and greatest way to find out perfoming stocks, and it is all Bull Sh*t.

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