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Dave
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Dave
August 28, 2011 10:24 am

Thanks, Richard, for your thoughtful and even-handed report. I am still subscribed to EA but quit IC several months ago as the cheap service (EA) was delivering better results. I am not invested in any of the EA picks having lost considerable money, but I do track the portfolio in a watch list.

Very annoying: e-mail from “Dr. Kent Moors” which is not from Dr. Kent Moors at all, but rather from the marketing folks at Money Map hyping their other services. I know this sort of abuse is inevitable form these money-grubbing businesses, but it is particularly galling because Kent does send out occasional messages which are enjoyable and informative to read, and I don’t like being fooled. Yet another reason to not re-subscribe.

Note to Alex Williams, Publisher, and relevant minions: The more you do the above, the less likely I am to send you any more money.

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Richard P
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Richard P
August 28, 2011 3:45 pm

Just a quick update since my last post.
The EA and IC eight August call options all expired out of the money—six expired worthless and two you might have got 5 or 10 cents to cover the commission, but essentially worthless calls. Will be interesting to see what happens to the twelve call options expiring in September!
As of Friday August 26, 2011 the EA is showing a positive 5.00% and IC a negative 3.76%. These figures represent the removal of all stopped-out positions. On the other hand, three positions were recommended to sell last Friday in EA, so remember that the positive 5.00% is after losing over 30 % of your money on three recommended picks between July 2011 and August 2011.
Vector Vest is currently recommending in EA 12 holds and 7 sells. In IC 2 buys, 9 holds, and 7 sells. The overall mood of the market is caution as even thought Vector Vest is signaling a short term uptrend the longer term market is still in a Vector Vest confirmed downtrend—hence caution.
On a further note, Dr. Kent Moors is “suspending the usual sell recommendation for shares that have currently exceeded the 30% trailing stop” as of last Friday in the EA. Also a Russian oil play in IC was recommended again to buy further shares on August 18, 2011—since inception this Russian oil play is now down 25.18% and a further 13.56% if you had recently bought more shares as recommended on the 18th.
It’s you job to have due diligence on your stock selections, not thinking you have the inner knowledge in the Inner Circle. So much for an analyst say so. This also holds true for options recommended by Dr. Kent Moors considering the option numbers are crunched by some Duquesne University computer. So much for a computer say so.

Regards,

Richard P

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Dave
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Dave
August 28, 2011 10:24 am

Thanks, Richard, for your thoughtful and even-handed report. I am still subscribed to EA but quit IC several months ago as the cheap service (EA) was delivering better results. I am not invested in any of the EA picks having lost considerable money, but I do track the portfolio in a watch list.

Very annoying: e-mail from “Dr. Kent Moors” which is not from Dr. Kent Moors at all, but rather from the marketing folks at Money Map hyping their other services. I know this sort of abuse is inevitable form these money-grubbing businesses, but it is particularly galling because Kent does send out occasional messages which are enjoyable and informative to read, and I don’t like being fooled. Yet another reason to not re-subscribe.

Note to Alex Williams, Publisher, and relevant minions: The more you do the above, the less likely I am to send you any more money.

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Richard P
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August 28, 2011 3:45 pm

Just a quick update since my last post.
The EA and IC eight August call options all expired out of the money—six expired worthless and two you might have got 5 or 10 cents to cover the commission, but essentially worthless calls. Will be interesting to see what happens to the twelve call options expiring in September!
As of Friday August 26, 2011 the EA is showing a positive 5.00% and IC a negative 3.76%. These figures represent the removal of all stopped-out positions. On the other hand, three positions were recommended to sell last Friday in EA, so remember that the positive 5.00% is after losing over 30 % of your money on three recommended picks between July 2011 and August 2011.
Vector Vest is currently recommending in EA 12 holds and 7 sells. In IC 2 buys, 9 holds, and 7 sells. The overall mood of the market is caution as even thought Vector Vest is signaling a short term uptrend the longer term market is still in a Vector Vest confirmed downtrend—hence caution.
On a further note, Dr. Kent Moors is “suspending the usual sell recommendation for shares that have currently exceeded the 30% trailing stop” as of last Friday in the EA. Also a Russian oil play in IC was recommended again to buy further shares on August 18, 2011—since inception this Russian oil play is now down 25.18% and a further 13.56% if you had recently bought more shares as recommended on the 18th.
It’s you job to have due diligence on your stock selections, not thinking you have the inner knowledge in the Inner Circle. So much for an analyst say so. This also holds true for options recommended by Dr. Kent Moors considering the option numbers are crunched by some Duquesne University computer. So much for a computer say so.

Regards,

Richard P

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pschelker
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October 1, 2011 9:33 pm

half of Dr. Kent Moors picks involve options
which I don’t buy

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Jyoti Schon
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Jyoti Schon
March 15, 2012 4:01 pm

First I tried his Energy Advantage membership, was initially intrigued by his oil constriction theory. Most of his recommendations didn’t pan out. His option plays were totally off. Next I tried the Energy Sigma Trader. This was supposed to be his proprietary options strategy ( the big boys were offering him a fortune for it!!). What can I say, I don’t think he would have lasted for one day in private industry. So, this was a painful lesson . Stay away from this guy.

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