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Mary Alice Fields
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I do not think this is a worthwhile subscription especially for the price. All it has accomplished to date is to cause me to lose money. I tried to call them and they are closed for the day. Imagine that! I would like a full refund of my subscription price of $2,500.00.

Grace
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Grace

Was the subscription price 2.5k or is that including money you lost from investing in their recomendations.?

dbonweb
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All the newsletters are like $35 a year. Then they pump a magical stock with hour long videos to pump you up and all you do is Click their button to get the stock symbol….For Just $2,000

dbonweb
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Agree!

hotfit
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hotfit

Ok I’ll admit it…I love to gamble. Jeff brown sounded like a snake oil dealer and i’m probably not wrong. I’m not real happy with this service so far… Brown says he is not so much an investor, but rather a cutting edge tech insider….So I plopped down the $2500 and hoped to break even on his hyped insider info on the Iphone release. I bought his program and all but one of his recommendations were already trading higher than the buy up to price. And the technology he insisted would be in the next Iphone?… Apple went with another… Read More »

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Steve
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Steve

I’m looking into his newsletter. Would you be able to shine light on his most recent newsletter to gauge whether I should buy a subscription? Thanks.

dbonweb
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I’m in it and find it basically worthless. But for $35 a year, it’s good for Leads using GumShoe to tell you what Stock he’s talking about.

dbonweb
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Hotfit, my opinion is far worse than yours. I think the guy is a crackpot senile self aggrandizing old fart. He seems to think his audience are folks with IQ’s below their age….with all those STUPID ads he does with moron memes, like holding a piece of paper that catches fire, chopping wood in his remote cabin, etc. The Number One Take for all readers is NEVER pay more than the $35 a year for the stupid newsletters. They Repeat themselves Over and Over again with the same pump & dump. ie, like a Hot Stock they call “Free Energy… Read More »

farmerM
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farmerM

I got Jeff’s service as part of a “also included” in a lifetime subscription to Bonner and Partners. I really don’t have a clue what the other commenters have invested in. I have been tracking and investing with Jeff and he has made me lots of money. Square is up more that 150% in my portfolio in less that 1 year. New Relic is up a lot as is many of his “self driving” recommendations. I read many newsletters and invest using their recommendations and I must say that Jeff’s recommendations have made me more money than most.

dcohn
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I hot it the same way. I also got Jeff Clark somehow and he is amazing. He recommends options on mostly gold but earnings also. Overall I find I make money if I react instantly and get it in time or just wait until price comes back or miss it. I paid for the whole Bonner Lifetime crap which I got when I bought Focus from that Chris Mayer. Also good results from his shit. Two over 75% in under a year and just good picks. That Private Portfolio is also Chris Mayer and also very good so far. He… Read More »

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backoffice
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What is the stock recommendation for the add with the orange hockey puck? Thanks

JThompson
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JThompson

Over the past 1.5 years, I’ve followed 16 of Jeff’s recommendations (mainly from Exponential Tech Investor). 11 of them are currently showing a profit (up to 100%) and 5 are showing a loss (up to 25%). So, I’m fairly happy with the performance and have no problems with other measures of service and value.

Random
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Happy with the analysis and the performance has been good. Having said that, personally I don’t find growth investing easy (I gave the dotcom bubble a miss for example) so I’ve closed out most of my positions, too early of course 🙂

Chris Anderl
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STAY AWAY FROM Jeff Brown AND BONNER AND PARTNERS. THEY ARE CROOKS. I have purchased shares of EVERY one of the Companies he recommended in both EXPONENTIAL TECH and THE NEAR FUTURE REPORT. Some have gone up, but more have gone down. His BUY UP TO prices are generally TOO HIGH, and he conveniently REMOVES HIS LOSING PICKS rather quickly while continuing to tout his winning picks. He is the opposite of transparent or honest: in other words, a snake-oil salesman who is selling UNWARRANTED OPTIMISM. Keep in mind that HE ALWAYS MAKES money, whether he’s right or wrong. I… Read More »

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Chris Anderl
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“Crooks” is too strong a word, but I wasn’t allowed to edit after submitting. I have no direct evidence of that. The main thing that bothers me about Jeff Brown’s services is that he quickly sweeps his BIG LOSERS UNDER THE RUG, and carries on about yet the latest and greatest company you should invest in (he said that about all his losers as well.) So I’m sure with the money from new subscribers at all times–many of whom may not dig into his SELL at LOSS archives–he is perfectly willing to accept all the collateral damage of losing people… Read More »

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Alan Read
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Alan Read

jeff brown is more sincere than the rest of the gang at bonner and partners,but he forgets his
promises pretty quickly when it comes to members-only websites and archived updates. he’s too busy with his latest pitches to look after customer service issues. I enjoy his enthusiasm, but it can be dangerous.