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what about the dna sequencing firm he was teasing about as his second recommendation… i think it is syros pharma

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Overall, I’ve done well with Frank since he moved away from Phase One days. Over the past 6 months, one big loss, one big gain, but the remaining portfolio is up overall. Gold recs overall down, biotech recs up.

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This is one of those newsletters that’s advertised as $5,000 a year but is always on sales. (Same for Katusa and others) The actual price at the time of writing is $3,000 for two years. And when you sign up, you’ll be offered a lifetime offer that you need to accept now or lose, for an additional $2,000. (They will probably offer it to you later by email if you don’t take it) That’s a $5,000 total. And if you sign for lifetime, you will be paying a $200 fee a year (starting the second year) for “maintenance”, so you’re… Read more »

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