Asian Growth Stocks (defunct)

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Taylor
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Taylor
June 3, 2009 10:47 pm

I subscribed about a year and a half ago and like the service very much. I also have been a subscriber to Robert Hsu’s China Strategy. The one thing about Asian Growth Stocks is that most of the picks appear only on foreign exchanges (unless you want pink sheet stocks). This was no problem for me as I was able to open a trading account with BOOM Securities in Hong Kong for only $25. U.S. (200 HK). Their service is great…money can be transferred between your own bank and them to buy or sell stock and you have access to almost every international Asian market plus the U.S. Without this type of thing most of Brian’s picks cannot be utilized by American investors. They are good picks and the information is very worthwhile and interesting….and companies you won’t hear of in other publications or Investor’s Business Daily. Its only $8 a month and you certainly get your money’s worth…Robert Hsu’s are good too or have been for me but they are listed on American exchanges and known to everyone (all included in Powershares Golden Dragon ETF also by the way)…this is different and doesn’t cost very much to subscribe or participate.

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Mike
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Mike
December 8, 2010 6:42 pm

This is basically a buy-and-hold-for-years service. It looks at a big universe of stocks including stocks traded aws US ADRs, or in Hong Kong, Singapore, or Japan. Like the other reviewer of this letter, I have a Hong Kong account at Boom Securities, which gives good access to several Asian markets, including Australia. I have no trouble, though, trading the US OTC stocks recommended at Schwab. One of the big hits was Tata Motors, which trades on the NYSE. Lately, some of his picks are available both overseas and as ADRs. Average results are good, because there are some spectacular successes. About 20% of all picks (since the service started in 2003) are up 200% or more. One stock, China Resources Beijing Land, was touted three times and is up about 2000% since the first time. The other 80% of picks cancel out to zero gain – relatively small gains (under 100%) vs losses. (I think he needs to sell sooner.) This service doesn’t have many picks. This is good if you have limited funds, but bad if you want to pick and choose from a larger number of recs. I like this service, partly because it facilitates my goal of moving my investment funds out of the dollar and out of the US. It also benefits from the trend of the century, which is the rise of China.

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D. L. Schreuder
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D. L. Schreuder
May 26, 2011 10:11 pm

I have been a subscriber to Asian Growth Stocks for a little more than two years. I have made money as a result of Asian Growth Stocks picks, but only because I have done my own follow up research. The letter could do a better job of follow up on the portfolio of picks. One has no way of finding out why some are soaring while others have tanked. There is no news on the stocks, and the letter fails to update the list. In short it would be good to know if a listed company continues to have sound fundamentals. Too often, they tank, and are subsequently dropped from the list.

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robertdubel
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July 6, 2012 2:53 pm

Bryan Tycangco’s Asian Growth Stocks newsletter is constantly teasing other stocks if you renew your subscription. This makes for annoying reading. Why isn’t he giving his best advice as part of his regular service?

Bob Dubel

aoibhneas
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July 6, 2012 5:06 pm

In response to Bob Dubel regarding Brian Tycangco newsletter. He just sent out updated stock performance list the other day. I’ve never bitten at his picks but some have done quite well; at least those on the picks list. No idea if the gold stock he’s touting to give you free if you resubscribe will do well or not. He doesn’t appear to have the secret special picks in the portfolio updates. Others do the same thing. Anyway, you could subscribe again. I only joined because he offered a year for deep discount $10. If you want to sign up to irregulars here, gumshoe has sniffed out the gold pick from Asian Growth Stocks, even though the gold property isn’t in the Far East.

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