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Andy T
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Andy T

Roger is thoughtful and conservative. Not afraid to admit a mistake and regroup. Never miss a conference call. MLP Profits and Canadian Edge are well organized and make common sense. I think both are money well invested for the information provided. I have always beaten the averages easily starting with Rogers insights and low buy limits.

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Well researched, more than enough data and analysis. Nice to get the regular dividend payments, but still underwater on his stock tips after several years. And yes, those dividend payments fell with the stocks.
Maybe as natural gas recovers, some of them will take off again.
Now that I am no longer subscribed, I get regular spam from him, and have had to blacklist.

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JOE BOYD
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I AM A NEW POTENTIAL-I HAVE BEEN READING ALL OF THE ABOVE OPINIONS AND AT LEAST THEY LET YOU READ THE NEGATIVE ONES AS WELL-AM DOING SOME RESEARCH-I HAVE A FRIEND WHO IS ONE OF C.E. INVESTORS AND IS DOING QUITE WELL-I APPRECIATE THE INFO-THANK YOU-JOE BOYD

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Sabrina

I found Roger through Personal Finance. I never made a dollar on any PF recommendation, even though I started my subscription years ago- when Stephen Leeb was publisher. First went to UF – good research, good advice. I’m interested in dividend payers that pay me to hold them for the long term. However, I use Roger’s recommendations as a starting point. It is up to me to decide where to buy each stock. I use TA for my buy points and make bids. Sometimes they get filled, sometimes they dont. I don’t really care. I’m interested in the best return… Read More »

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Andy
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Andy

I tried their 3 month trail, as I was interested in Canadian Energy. I found that most of the info I already knew. At just prior to the end of the 3 month trial, I requested termination and refund, as per their advertisement. I never received the refund, and I’ve sent at least 3 email requests over 5 months. I received reply on first that it had been credited, but that turned out to untrue.

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Have been a subscriber for 5 years. His report is by far the most profitable I have ever used. I’m a retired Canuck who also uses a few other sources before buying his recommendations, and my annual profits,(and steady income) are quite satisfactory.

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ellen dart

Over the past few years, I have subscribed to almost all of the Canadian guy’s newsletters. Canadian Edge, MLP’s, Energy, Personal Finance, etc. just rehashed old recommendations. Some of their picks were real dogs (like yellow pages). I liked that they don’t assume you know squat. They give you portfolios based on your risk and tell you target prices for stocks. Also, they send alerts. Mostly, it just got old. The most enjoyable publication is Cocktail Stocks; I really like the narrative and back and forth with these two guys. Customer service is great and they really will unsubscribe and… Read More »

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Steve Mathews
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I’ve been following this newletter for some time now, and I have to say it is by far the best of the ones I have subscribed to. The information is thourough and the picks are right on the money. I like the high-dividennd payers as well as some of the other posters here. On those I’m in for the long haul. In fact, I have multiple DRIP stocks that I put money into monthly with little to no fees, and the best part is you don’t have to go through a broker and pay those brokerage fees. Over a year… Read More »

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Buddy
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We have subscribed for years. We like the advice that points us toward high dividends which is indeed the approach that Roger Conrad follows. Conrad’s suggestion on school busing isn’t one of my favorites because I don’t like to support incarcerating kids daily. But regardless of that, most of Conrad’s suggestions are pretty good.

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George Hill
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George Hill

We have subscribed for 6 1/2 years. Roger underplays the importance of Peak Oil, and he can be too kind to his picks when they are at risk. Yellow Pages burnt him and toughened his approach some. He is overall very sensible, and gives large amounts of info, in writing and in tables, which allows us to make up our minds based on evidence. He provides portfolios for both Aggressive and Conservative preferences. The business cycle and changes in government taxes and regulations still leave him and us with unforeseen risks, but that applies to everyone except the privileged insiders… Read More »

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It looks like my positive post of April 30, 2012 is the last one in The Gumshoe about Canadian Edge (CE). I’m sorry to say this, but my wife and I have cooled off considerably this year re CE, our eighth year of subscribing, and now agree we should save the subscription money. Quarterly reports from the corporations provide us enough information, and I will add a few points about them. Today (3/1/13) we resigned from CE with this letter to them: “Dear Roger Conrad and Canadian Edge, After eight years of subscription, we are letting our subscription lapse. We… Read More »

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mauny
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I started with CE way back in 2000/2001 and was very happy with it. It enabled me to retire on fat monthly dividends. Then the Canadian government came up with its new rule-reversal and that resulted in a disaster, both to valuations and loss of income. Just managed to bail out of my stocks at a loss only to get clobbered by the 2008 American stock calamity. Since then, CE has had a few winners, but mostly BIG losers. I still own some of the remaining winners, but overall the entire adventure has been a loss for me. It reminds… Read More »

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