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George
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George
August 6, 2019 3:12 pm

I saw his pitch on Porter Stansberry and it was $2,995 but got an email from Louis Navallier with the same pitch and it was only $1499. Guess Porter wants to make as much as the creator.

George
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George
October 18, 2019 12:23 am

I joined the Early Investor world based upon a presentation by Matt McCall which promised me all sorts of wonderful upcoming IPOs on Marijuana stocks but I never got a one from him. The only thing I got was repeated requests to ‘upgrade’ my subscription so that I could get the best of his recommendations. Not a very ethical approach to my mind.

Dario
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Dario
December 20, 2019 9:35 am

There is a psychological phenomenon that is exploited in the time invested to get the one “free” recommendation out of a 2 hour video. If you fall victim to it you are more likely to upgrade to the paid service based on the false belief that the sunk cost of your time shouldn’t be wasted. Don’t fall victim to the psychological ploy. Take a nice walk instead , it’s a better use of your time.

Kirill Volkov
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Kirill Volkov
April 13, 2020 8:48 pm

Has anyone subsribed to the “Crisis and Opportunity” portfolio which is now part of Matt Mccall’s Early Stage Investor program. Is it worth the high price?

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