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I got suckered into subscribing to Casey’s crisis investing service, mainly to get the names of their marijuana stocks that were expected to skyrocket. Cost me $1750. Non refundable. Damn fool thing to do 🙁
Haven’t heard from Giambruno et al. No emails, no followup. But I did get a copy of Doug Casey’s latest novel called “Drug Lord.” Their rec’d stocks are all down or flat. Stay away from these guys.

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