written by reader Marc Lichtenfeld – Stock Sequence Trader

By wileycoyote2013, May 23, 2018

Just finished listening to a very polished video presentation. Quick and dirty, for $2,000/year Marc’s supercomputer and staff pick companies with good cash flow who are about to provide their first dividend, which Marc claims is the trigger event that leads them to exponential growth. Very compelling. Is there valid research that companies who begin paying dividends tend to do better than those who already pay dividends?

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I think Marc’s claim is that the stock price jump is between the time he detects that the first dividend will be declared and the time that it is paid, hence the expensive subscription. He only mentions hes successes and then only quotes profits based on some undisclosed option, which may be selected retrospectively.

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After examining the video further, I think it is nonsense. Here is why: He claims the ignition event (first dividend) for ABBV was in 2017 but stockcharts.com shows dividends since Jan 2013 and the chart looks nothing like what is shown in the video. He claims a gain of 4891% for RACE in 16 months but the practical predividend low is 39 in Apr 2016 and the high within 16 months is 110 in Aug 2017 a gain of 282%. He claims a gain of 4257% in 5 months for BIG while the predividend low was 25.50 in the week… Read More »

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Thanks Wayne, very thorough research. I guess lies of omission, with selective facts chosen to make their point. I subscribe to several inexpensive Oxford pubs, which have been pretty good in presenting buying opportunities I hadn’t been aware of. I’m afraid the more expensive subscriptions are polished stones, not gems.

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Very disappointed with this service…in 2 1/2 months’s his performance is 70 % losers…have lost thousands, not including the $2000 subscription fee…big mistake signing up for this service.

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I bought this program for $2,000 June ’18. I have lost thousands plus the $2,000. I have participated in about 80% of the trades and calls. I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.

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