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Ian Shearer
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Ian Shearer

What is in a name? There is some link between Stansberry and SA financial because Stansberry ads appear in SA daily sheets. Recently junior Gold miner Lone Star Gold Inc [LSTG] was puffed in a Myer’s Letter ad in SA sheets. The CEO of Lone Star Gold is a DANIEL FERRIS, it could be coincidence but if readers of the 12% letter see any boosters for this gold mine – it may not be.

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It has changed since Tom left and I will not be re-newing when my subscription expires. I signed for one thing and now get another. Something another letter did to me as well. Not near what I signed up for but you have no choice.

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The only complaint I have about Dan Ferris 12% letter is that the max buy recommendations are so close to actual prices that by the time I’ve read the letter and made my decision to buy (~ 1 week), the stock is out of buy range. This has happened 3 times. Thus I have to wait for market pull back, selling puts until they it does.

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Carol Mathews
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One of Stansberry’s associates (can’t remember name) recently did a video on ExcelMobility. Sounded like a GREAT penny stock with no where but up to go — so far all it’s done is gone down. I’d like to know your review on that stock and it’s potential!

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Fairly consistent in recommendations and quick to notify when to get out,

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I subscribed for a few years, but not current. Interesting, often contrarian read. Useful insight into US high yield investment, but not relevant to me because of the high US taxes levied on dividend income.

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4 Star letter. Interesting change from original author and intent , but like the change. Focus on quality stocks, dividends and patterns of increases, so view this as a value play versus the original mode of chasing yields on “aggressive” stock picks. Also like the fact that they do not have a pick or two of the month. Willing to say” do nothing beyond what we suggested…… O/A good value and interesting read

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Caroline
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Followed the suggestions that fit my situation, invested only what I afford to lose and increased my portfolio by 66.86%. No complaints, I did well by this letter. Did they have losers? Of course they did – nobody is 100% accurate. The winners far out numbered the losers, at least for me. I’d use it again if it were available.