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Svein Arnulf Kockberg
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Svein Arnulf Kockberg
May 15, 2019 10:01 am

I got it as a piggyback on Banyan Hill’s Winning Investor Daily. I got a wee bit suspicious when I saw Inseego in Mr. King’s Model Portfolio. According to Simply Wall st. the company has negative shareholder equity and “Inseego Corp. has filed a Shelf Registration in the amount of $63.441047 million. Security Name: Common Stock Securities Offered: 13,973,799”, while being assessed as quite undervalued. I don’t know, but I’ll keep it on my radar. Re the new service: NO comment.

Kevin Rawle
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Kevin Rawle
August 16, 2019 9:55 pm

I have been a subscriber for about 6 months. I really like Ian King as an advisor, he is sincere and knowledgeable about investing in stocks. He does not promise huge gains like the others at Banyan hill, and his model portfolio was doing great until he added TSLA. Now his model portfolio is in negative territory, but if you ignore TSLA you would be up about 35% so far this year – not bad.
I think he understands that we need returns now and in the future, not just 5-10 years down the road, like the others at Banyan Hill Publishing.

Neelam Makhija
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Neelam Makhija
January 27, 2020 4:20 am

I was given automatic Fortunes for 3 months trial. I did not subscribe to it. I immediately sent a message in the Banyan Hill site to cancel this membership and not to charge my card. I repeated this request again when my card was charged a second time. NOTHING FROM THEM AT ALL. I am 74 and don’t own a single stock. Their service is totally useless to me. Yet they do not respond to my request to cancel and refund. Kindly help if you can.

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Naquadah
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Naquadah
September 1, 2020 12:55 pm

This newsletter is really good value. Ian has solid picks backed with well explained rationals . He has a weekly video updates where he discusses anything impacting the portfolio positions and markets in general. Those updates would be worth the subscription price alone.

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Rich Sloma
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Rich Sloma
September 4, 2020 9:57 pm

Banyan Hill is operating some kind of scam. I never subscribed, have never received a newsletter, and now I get a postcard telling me my credit card is being charged for a renewal.

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