written by reader Insider Trading service_Ross Givens

By mmatfess, March 18, 2018

Has anyone signed up for his service? I watched a long presentation, but balked at the $2000 membership. I’m wanting to private message someone that has used the service.

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gdoggcrunch
Irregular
March 31, 2018 4:17 pm

I just use this and it’s free… https://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/webusers.htm
you can search Form 4s etc. Or if you want a more user friendly site use: Insider-monitor.com

Sandy
Guest
May 31, 2018 5:35 pm

I just watched a webinar of Ross Givens explaining The Insider Report Service. The host was Dustin Pass of Market Traders Daily. It was streaming and the quality was really bad. They never showed any pertinent information in print and toward the end I couldn’t understand what they were saying. I googled The Insider Report, but only came up with The Globe and Mail, and Insider Monitor. TipRanks.com shows Ross Givens had a 50% success rate with -2.3% returns on another program. I never heard, and they didn’t show in print, what they were charging for a subscription to The Insider Report, but it sounded really good. I was ready to sign up until I saw TipRanks. That and the fact they never showed price or contact information in print was enough for me to run to the nearest exit.

hola
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hola
March 14, 2019 7:15 am
Reply to  Sandy

pricing? Its 995 usd or something

Mia
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Mia
March 29, 2019 1:10 pm
Reply to  Sandy

$2495.00 … w/ a guarantee that if you did not make $100,000.00 in 1 year, you would get more of the same for a 2nd year. (an hour of my life that I’ll never get back … lol)

dbonweb
Irregular
April 11, 2020 12:14 pm
Reply to  Mia

I’d absolutely Buy their service if it cost $10,000 a year BUT they guarantee me a $1,000,000 net profit Per Year OR I get a whopping 95% discount the next year…NOT !

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seatrader
Irregular
seatrader
July 22, 2018 10:47 am

Now they want $2500. 1st 50 get it for $1995+some premium material.

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bunion132
Irregular
February 26, 2019 9:48 pm
Reply to  seatrader

It’s now some 7 months later and I just sat through the same Webinar tonight before checking this Gumshoe site. (My mistake.)
Rates are now $4,997 for the General Public and $2,495 for the first 50 viewers who sign up TODAY.
Isn’t it amazing how these guys follow the same script for benevolence? They say they can command ~$30K from the uber-rich that can afford this fee at the drop of a hat, but they’re on a mission to help the “little guys” that need it the most so they’re doing a firesale on their fee.
So $2500 for info that– as pointed out by #gdoggcrunch — is of public record and therefore available on the web? Sigh…heavy sigh.

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David Pfaff
Guest
David Pfaff
March 16, 2019 8:31 pm

I too watched this “insider trading” service and balked at the fee requested. Form 4 a required form submitted to SEC by any insider: director, executive management titled position, is required and PUBLIC info which can be had on any target company of interest by going to the stock company web site and subscribing for alerts.

Matt
Member
Matt
March 19, 2019 8:12 pm
Reply to  David Pfaff

Thanks for site info however it’s by an individual’s name. Have to click on name to see company, click for type of transaction….buy or sell and number of shares. Hundreds of clicks. Very time consuming. Not sure if there’s an easier way. I was turned off when they boasted a number of times that they have a 100% accuracy rate with 272 executives. However insider trading is a key factor. Note: one reason executives buy their stock is if the company is in trouble and they want to show “confidence” in their strategy.

TheOracle
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TheOracle
June 8, 2019 2:33 pm

I recently heard Jim C. say, “Their subscription price is cheap! Get in now before they hear about machine learning.” And in case you would really like to know the names of the three stocks they are hyping, ten minutes of research came up with 1) Hyster-Yale Materials Handling (HY) – chart snapshot approx. 2/28/2019; 2) Medtronic (MD) – chart snapshot approx. 1/21/2019; and 3) FedEx (FDX) – chart snapshot approx. 3/7/2019. So far, price performance needs some help lining up with forecast rates of return.

javier
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javier
December 18, 2019 11:18 am

For insider trading info go to Watchinsiders.com. They email you daily with FREE insider buying and selling. Save your $ because this guy charges so much for mostly free information and barely has good returns, if at all. Trading on insider buying/ selling is only good if the stock moves soon after the purchase/ sale, otherwise, its useless info.

dbonweb
Irregular
May 21, 2020 5:17 am
Reply to  javier

I signed up but both “paid services” say “coming soon”, so are they saying they’re not in business yet to give you their filtered notice recommendations?

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