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mfortier
2 years ago

I looked at the site and it really looks good – especially for the cost involved. Anyway, to any current members – do they tell you when to sell. The one “sample stock alert” they had said “we expect this stock to see 145% increase over 2-4 months”. (Or words to that effect.) Some of the picks are or were in very LONG term uptrends (months). Is there an exit point or do you just use trailing stops as you see fit once the first target is hit? Thanks. Martin.

PS. “heresjohnny” (gotta love that one) said this was his favorite of four newsletters. Johnny – are the others worth mentioning? Appreciate it.

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Shane
2 years ago
Reply to  mfortier

Dear mfortier:

Thanks for your comment!
I think you may have slightly misread the sample report. In our conclusion, we originally stated ”
We feel that IDN could post 25-50% gains in the short-term (2-4 weeks) and as much as 75-100% gains in 2-4 months. ”

However, that stock (IDN) did rise 145% in total. That may have been the mix-up there.

As for exit prices, we do post short and long-term price targets, but do not give a sell alert or anything like that. It’s usually a good idea to avoid services that do that type of thing. It gives control over to the website owner and allows them to profit over their readers. (We do not own shares that we pick, so we are 100% unbiased.) It’s how many ‘free’ sites make many times more money than we could ever hope to. We do recommend readers use a stop (especially a trailing stop if possible) at around 15-20% below their purchase price.

While everyone is different, we did a survey and found that if readers sold after gains if 35-50% then moved on to another, they would make the most profits over time. We do have readers that like to hang on for 50-80% or more, but the fastest and most profits are made when folks sell after just 35-50% and move to another as those gains usually come much faster.

The reason for that is simple… in most cases, after a small stock rises 35-50% rather quickly, it will almost always pause and possibly pullback a bit before finding more support and moving higher again. This can take a while and over time, selling at that point and then moving on to another stock will usually provide more profits over the same time-frame. As we mention, we believe that all of our picks can double (or come close to a double) so many of our readers do hang on for those larger gains.

A few weeks ago, we picked NBEV at $2.28. In this case, hanging on worked as it’s now trading over $8 and closed up 80% for the day yesterday (Sept. 20) and looks to open higher this morning (Sept 21) after trading over $10 in after-hours.

I hope this helps!

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stocktrader76-me
1 year ago

Pretty impressed with these folks. I’ve subscribed to quite a few other newsletters from Motley Fool to a dozen others but always come back to them. From what I can tell, they’re a family that runs the whole show.

Great write-ups on real companies, no shells. They seem to like either fast growth small stocks or turnaround stories that investors seem to be missing. They usually find stocks where they know a bit more than anyone else (maybe from their pro/institutional trader buddies they mention as they used to trade on the NYSE) or know that “something” is coming up soon nut cannot mention. Hah!

In short, nice folks writing about good but small companies that are missed by the ‘street’ currently but who are starting to make waves.

They’re always good with advice or with explanations on how things really work and suggestions on trading (they emailed me back and forth with suggestions and ideas even though I wasn’t a subscriber at the time). They seem to just like talking about it.

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Timothy Douglas
Timothy Douglas
1 month ago

I am real happy with this newsletter. I signed up about a month ago, I had issues logging in and Shane sent me an email fixing my problems. I have had some great gains so far. What I most like about the newsletter is that it actually tells you quite a bit about the company, it is not just an alert. I have subscribed to other newsletters in the past and the only one to come close to the research is the Bowser Report, however Falcon stocks are usually traded by all brokers and from my track record are better picks.

An interesting note is I started this subscription on the same day as Superman’s Picks and I kept this newsletter and no longer subscribe to Superman’s, partly due to his price and he seldom sold me on his picks. I did have some great picks with Superman but as he says, “not all are winners.” Falcon Stocks seems to have a better percentage of winners and is less technical for a newbie like me.

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