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I am starting to look at Scollar -that makes dog and cat collars. You can choose different modules to for example stop the continuous barking. It is selling already from its website. Has anbody hear good things, (or bad).

Casey Research is touting a GPS company that uses beacons on the ground instead of relying on the current way of using satellites. I found it interesting because the tech would give a strong enough signal to locate things inside buildings. What does the Thinkolator see?

Thank you Travis! What a great way to save $2,000. I was just going to ask you to research- GUESS? -Stellar TLT.VN. & WHAT DO I SEE ? a BEAUTIFUL article giving all the answers on this expensive tease. I was coming to see primarily how M. Robinson could offer private shares. I see why […]

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On What's Simpkins pitching in "This Tiny Tech Stock Just WON the World War Against COVID-19?"

I like your analogy of A to C without mentioning B. That made me think of how valuable you are in filling the B for us. Thanks again.[...]

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On Blanco teases: "Does This Tiny $2 Company Have The Key To Tesla’s Million-Mile Battery?"

Looks like Tesla would have been a good short overnight from their special Battery day. I have a feeling that a million mile battery is about a good ten to fifteen years away, and I don't believe they will ever be able to guarantee anything that far out. H[...]

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On Hodge's pitch: "The first machine in the world that can detect this deadly virus on site is being rushed to market. "

Excellent points, thank you.[...]

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On Hodge's pitch: "The first machine in the world that can detect this deadly virus on site is being rushed to market. "

Excellent comments. I just spent a half hour adding my thoughts about the co, and all I had to do was to agree and add DITTO! Great points. I am a shareholder and thus very biased.[...]

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On Hodge's pitch: "The first machine in the world that can detect this deadly virus on site is being rushed to market. "

I believe they have 4 or more patents that they received in the early days at Livermore, and a couple patents pending. Numbers could be off but I do know they have them.[...]

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On Hodge's pitch: "The first machine in the world that can detect this deadly virus on site is being rushed to market. "

Well said, I am also a fan and shareholder.[...]

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On Hodge's pitch: "The first machine in the world that can detect this deadly virus on site is being rushed to market. "

That is a fair assessment Travis. Since March they have now the machine that will be put into production and they have a new name for the machine and they will be in production in Oct.. I think. They have talked to the FDA and know what is required for the[...]

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On Motley Fool's "Practically Unknown Canadian Company Following Closely in Shopify's Footsteps"

I wonder how long MF will milk SHOP to get new people on board. Your analysis is much more valuable than any other newsletter that I have had. Thank you Travis[...]

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On Motley Fool's "Practically Unknown Canadian Company Following Closely in Shopify's Footsteps"

SHOP[...]

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On Alzheimer’s Disease: 2019 Refresher and Updates

Great article. I have been following the progress or lack thereof , in AD research. My wife has it at the age of 60. The best the DR's could do was put her on an antidepressant. It has helped but we were looking for something to slow the progression of AD.[...]

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On Friday File: Bouncing Keys and a "Too Good to be True" Reminder

Excellent point in your opening comments about "too good to be true...." It really got me thinking about the newsletter "industry", and I think your reasoning is spot on. It really is the investors responsibility to check these letters out if they are inte[...]

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On "By March 19, 2019 Donald Trump Could 'Reboot' the U.S. Dollar" sez Jim Rickards

$10,000/ounce would make a few countries happy. China has been buying up Gold by the ton for years. The last est. I heard was at 8000 tons, which is probably double what the US has. India is one of the biggest importers of gold, so maybe everyone there wou[...]

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On What's Ernie Tremblay's $7 Prostate Cancer Fighter?

Good one Fair! lol[...]

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On What's Stansberry's "This Keystone Technology Will Spark the Next Industrial Revolution?"

Excellent write-up Travis, I value your insight. Is that Taiwan co worth looking at do you think?[...]

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On "If I had to pick one stock.... World’s No. 1 Stock When Gold Booms" teased by Dan Ferris

I subscribed to Dan Ferris' cheaper newsletter for $50/year. Unfortunately I have heard that comment about the best stock pick of his career, and that he would put everything he has into this 1 stock. Does he actually believe this stuff? That was quite a f[...]

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On "Why Would One of the World’s Smartest Investors Sink $522 Million Dollars Into a 'Busted' Tech Stock?"

I own Blackberry and am happy to own it for awhile and write covered calls on it. I am also quite impressed by the job that J Chen has done to make the transition. In their heyday they were well known and used by government people and corps. that were conc[...]

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On Chris Mayer's Focus

I have not bought Focus. but I did subscribe to his letter before Bonner bought him and charged 2 grand for the privilege of reading Focus. But the reason I am writing this is to say he had a great track record with his past letter, and I actually invested[...]

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On Investigating Casey's "Cobalt Blueprint" that teases "86,900% Gains From America’s Next 'Super Metal'"

FCC is a good stock in my mind. They have bought up a ton of property with past silver mines on it with a large amount of COBALT at the town of COBALT. As the name suggests it was a place that has a large deposit of Cobalt but when Silver was no longer eco[...]

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On Investigating Casey's "Cobalt Blueprint" that teases "86,900% Gains From America’s Next 'Super Metal'"

Great write up Travis. I find your research and insight quite valuable. I took some profits from ECS off the table. I think another somewhat compelling fact for Cobalt is that is very hard to replace in a battery. It keeps the battery cool and stable. Th[...]

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On Sjuggerud's "Next Tencent"

I am a lifetime subscriber to True Wealth, it only costs me $29/year. I wont add much but just wanted to congratulate you Travis & the thinkolater for another perfect stock case solved. I have always liked Steve Sjuggerud, as he has given some pretty good [...]

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