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Ric
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Ric
June 5, 2020 2:57 pm

My experience with Jeff Clark’s services have been hit or miss, but miss overall. Like so many others in this discussion, when I cancelled I got the runaround and a refusal to refund my money though I was only 27 days into a 30 day “free” trial. I recommend everyone pass on this guy and instead deal with someone with some honesty and ethics. Best servics for my money are Retirement Millionaire and Retirement Trader by David Eifrig, offered by Stansberry. Great services, though you’ll get lots of annoying emails to buy additional services, which I just ignore.

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Rick
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June 10, 2020 8:11 pm
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I just joined Jeff Clark’s service for Jeff Clark Trader and Delta Report. Once I learned Jeff had decided to drop out of options trading and focus on The Breakout Alert, I invested in The Breakout Alert and contacted customer service to suspend Jeff Clark Trader and the Delta Report. Customer Service was extremely accommodating and quickly took care of my request, refunding me for Jeff Clark Trader and making sure not to charge my credit card at the end of the 3 month trial period for the Delta Report.

I am pleased to report I have recovered my investment in the Breakout Alert buying his recommendations within 10 days. I hope it continues to generate gains. My concern is that since joining The Breakout Alert, Jeff has not come forth with new recommendations which were promised when I purchased his service.

Finally, I was annoyed that Jeff Clark’s Minute seems to simply be a publication for him to receive money for promoting investment services that tend to be very expensive. I have since opted out of his letter.

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Bill
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July 10, 2020 12:42 pm

Almost every single trade in this service since around March or so, when I regretfully started using it, has been a complete loss. If you open the portfolio page right now in July, literally everything is down, most of it more than 80%. These are mostly options trades which have resulted in 100% loss. Not sure if this is COVID messing up markets but it’s been abysmal and a total loss of money.

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Bob
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August 28, 2020 9:53 am
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Buying options is the riskiest way to try to make money with options because you have to get everything exactly right. Even if you get the direction right (eg. the stock goes up), if you don’t get the timing right, you’ll likely lose 100%. Better to be a option SELLER, not a buyer. Since options are depreciating assets, you have a much high probability of winning by shorting options than using Jeff Clarks’ method of buying options and hoping the underlying stock goes in the right direction AND does so before the option expires. If not, you will likely lose 100%. So it’s like buying a lottery ticket and hoping to hit a home run – most times you will strike out. If Jeff is such a successful and experience trader, retiring at 42, etc. why does he constantly need to sell these risky option advisory services? Someone who had really made that much money to retire at a young age (and I would think you’d need to have at least $2-3M to do that which could generate enough income by just buying a S+P index fund) doesn’t need to hawk advisory services – unless he lost his nest egg doing something risky, or never had one to begin with.

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