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deboruth
Irregular
June 21, 2016 11:16 pm

Did anyone manage to listen to Jim Rickards’ promotional today, June 21, for the “Kissinger Cross” from the top of the London Eye (or I?) ferris Wheel regarding Brexit and the world falling apart on Thursday long enough to find out what two trades he is recommending and why? I couldn’t hang in but would love to hear the thesis. He’s betting on Brexit and I’m betting on Remain.

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leesal
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September 15, 2016 3:29 pm

Here’s my 9/16 experience with Rickard’s Currency War Alert….they give you an advertisement that shows nothing but profits you could have made if you were a subscriber…I bite and pay $1750.00.
After subscribing I then get an accounting of their trades. The results are not remotely close to what was advertised. On CLOSED trades Rickard lost on some 63% of his 32 trades cumulatively amounting to a loss of 283%. On OPEN trades numbering 16, 11 are losing cumulatively amounting to 162%.

I asked for a refund explaining why. In spite of performance that is not remotely close to their misleading phony projections, Agora insists on keeping 10% of the $1750 or $175 and refunding $1575.

For me, Agora and Rickards are fraudulent, dishonest, untrustworthy

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Eric M
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September 18, 2016 11:13 am
Reply to  leesal

I am a paid Rickards subscriber too and several of his recommendations are either closed out with huge losses or are still open, there is one right now down 55% in just a few months, and no stop loss or sell recommendation. Clearly disappointed with his service. He writes well about the economy and currency situations but his picks are pretty awful.

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September 29, 2016 12:39 pm
Reply to  Eric M

Thanks to both Eric M. and leesal posts – you helped save me from making yet another bad choice!

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