written by reader How I Made 995% in 2005… and Why Today’s Opportunity Is Better (Steve Sjuggerud)

By xiexgp@gmail.com, June 2, 2015

Does anybody know which gold stocks Steve Sjuggerud is referering to in his last newsletter (True Wealth Systems newsletter)?

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macrobody
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June 3, 2015 7:53 am

Maybe Seabridge Gold again?

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ethant
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ethant
June 3, 2015 11:25 am
Reply to  macrobody

If I remember correctly, Seabridge Gold was a freebie this time and he hints at better ideas for this time around contained within the Newsletter

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psubacker
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June 3, 2015 10:52 am

Possibly Royal Gold (RGLD).

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canihepu
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June 3, 2015 3:06 pm
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Unlikely RGLD. That was a last month suggested trade.

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chrizcringle
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June 3, 2015 4:28 pm

I don’t think so since it’s said in the video (Brett Eversole, Cracking the “Gold Code”) that it’s not a gold royal company or a normal gold mining company. Brett does further say that the gold company ” doesn’t actually mine a single ounce of gold” but buy up property and is a “hoarder”.

I was thinking Brazil Resources (BRI.V) could be one of these companies (a total of three). What do you think of this?

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phyllis
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June 21, 2015 6:41 pm
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Altius Minerals ? ALS:TSE

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Ziggy D
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October 26, 2015 2:55 am
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Nope…..that is a ROYALTY company

mike
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October 26, 2015 11:48 pm
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Nope, but I bought that one because I believe it was the company Dan Ferris has been hinting at.

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Brian Chambers
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June 26, 2015 7:56 pm

I am a very recent True Wealth System subscriber. My first “alert” was 4/2/15 after market hours. It was for 3 gold type investments. 4/3 -4/5 market closed (Easter) and I pulled the trigger 4/6. I bought all 3 in roughly equal amounts. As of today one is up and 2 are down with a total of about negative 5%. It’s been a fun ride in that some of the recommendations were up around 20% over these last 2.5 months+! I would like to give the stock symbols but I agreed to not disclose when I signed up with TWS. I plan to stick with TWS for a period of 6 months. At that point I can either get my initial subscription money back OR pay more for another 1.5 years. I will say that I’m a little miffed in that TWS published (for subscribers) reference dates for purchase (and subsequent % returns) are off. TWS references 4/1 dates for 3 investments described above. I (nor any subscriber that I know of) could act on TWS recommendation until 4/6. There’s almost a 10% difference between 4/1 and 4/6 in one recommendation. I have contacted TWS numerous times to ask if they could add an “actionable” date and % return to their portfolio columns. I haven’t heard back. It’s a long shot but maybe someone at TWS monitors this site. I think that if TWS reports “actionable” dates (with % return), there potential subscribers could make a more informed decision. Who knows? …… maybe the “actionable” date performs BETTER than than their current reference date? It’s a VERY short time period so I’m not pulling out yet. My Full TWS portfolio is up about 1.5% (today) and has been up about 5% at times during these last 2.5+ months. Such a short period of time …….. I’m just hoping to see an inkling of 30%+ returns TWS espouses.
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