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MJay
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Only been subscribing for a short while, but he has saved me a fortune in wrong picks.

Good writing, if you like Gold, look no further….

TTFN

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It’s been too many years since I took out a trial about John’s work t/b honest, but I do remember how interesting he made his research sound. Gold hadn’t yet broken out as it has these past few years.

His Top 10 often out-performed any other gold portfolio I’m told. Too bad I didn’t hang in there, but I prefer the entire world of commodities vs. just being a gold bug.

Not many reviews here for John, yet he must be up a ton by now.

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L Gauger

Have been a subscriber nearly a year. Very interesting, lots of data, have made some money on his top ten, have also sold a portion in order to take my original investment out and ride on the profits. Am satisfied with his newsletter, but with the price increase, it is doubtful that I will renew.

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Myra

Hey guys. Has anyone know the track record of gorillatrades.com? Would like some feedback….thanks

Bob from Calgary
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Bob from Calgary

I started subscribing to GSA in 2005. I have always done my own DD, and as a result have usually had most of the top ten in my portfolio. I think most stocks that John puts on the top ten have much more upside than downside. Even if gold does not increase, they have reason to go up. His record is good, and I am up a little over 100% since 2005 on my gold stocks without (I believe) taking on too much risk. Last November was painful, but I held my nose and added many top ten stocks, to… Read More »

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I don’t subscribe, but I keep getting offers. I also listen to Doody on Financial Sense Newshour periodically. I think he’s a pompous ass. I get better results via charting gold stocks and using MSN’s StockScouter. Gold stocks are so incredibly volatile that the best results are by charting, not by following Goofy…oops, Doody. Plus, as you note, Doody has touted Gold Queen a number of times. I say enough is enough. This newsletter tells me why he needs to charge so much for his newsletter…younger women, Porsche, yacht.

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MJay

I have now been subscribing for several months, while I don’t use him as the answer to a maidens prayer when it comes to stock picks, I do like the way he analyses a lot of stocks and to some extent leaves the field open to you to make your own choices.

Great coverage of a lot of stocks, can’t complain…..

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Put "Scandinavian Income Certificate" in the search box at the top of the page

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Dimitri

I’ve been a subscriber for a little under a year. I invested in his Top 10 and am now up over 100% so I renewed my subscription for another year before he raised his already high price. Doody digs into the details of gold mining at the companies he tracks, reporting literally every facet of operations with his analysis of their potential. Since gold has had its ups and downs I suspect one needs to be willing to step away from this sector if the trend changes – but for now if you believe that the dollar will continue to… Read More »

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trevor peasland

Thanks for the info MJF. Even scarier than I thought.

Suzanne Gerard
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Suzanne Gerard

You are right! The system is broken. The FDA was, at one time, funded by the taxpayers but is now funded to a large extent by the drug companies. When the fox is in charge of the hen house, the hens need to be very vigilant!

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DN
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DN

I subscribed and bought the top 10 in February 2009, simply followed John Doody’s simple recommendations, and have doubled my money since then. Can’t expect better than that!

farley 5
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farley 5

Of course – Simply look here to see the supply and demand picture:

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.pnf?c=mon,P

This has been in a freefall since June. You would have sold at the triple bottom break at $132 and not had a chance to buy since. We always ignore the first buy signal and act on the second if we like the fundamentals. SC has the target as $82. Let’s see if it can make a bottom. I sound like a broken record, however, blue good, red bad. Forget the story until demand gets control.

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Steve Day

I have been a subscriber since 2007. GSA is one of my favorite letters. John Doody is sincere in his research of gold mining and royalty companies. He will keep you out of trouble and keep you informed on the inside track of companies in the industry. He may hype his advertising a little, like thy all do, but he is the real deal. If you believe that gold will continue to increase in real purchasing power, over a devaluation in the USD, I would recommend GSA as a way to have someone provide you with lot of research and… Read More »

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Kitty

I subscribed on a special offer right in the middle of the crash early 09 for 600USD. I found I already had one pick of his top 10 already invested, and bought several others. I also sold out of several not in his top 10 which saved me money. I am 110% up on one, 85% on another (that was over 100% but has since fallen back) and 24% on another. I would have bought more of his picks but due to the type of dealing account I had i could not at the time trade on the TSX and… Read More »

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I subscribed on a trial for three months about five months ago. I read the first two months without acting and then bought the top 10. I’ve slowly sold the five relatively worst performers and am up $ 3.00 (!) on the five closed positions. The five I’ve held and added to are up an average of 20% in the last three months – during which time gold has hit the 1260 new high. Am I pleased? Yes. Pleased enough to have re-subscribed for a year.

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“If not Obama, who will lead us out of this crisis?” was a fair question. I had little confidence in either candidate’s ability to do it. With the millions of people in the U.S., those were the choices we had for President in the worst of times since the Depression????? Who’s running this country anyway?

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Subscribed for several years until recently. Like virtually all newsletters his performance numbers are slightly suspect. His buy and sell prices are not really achieveable in reality, and a couple of the real clunkers he’s chosen (KRY, GRZ, Canyon) took a big tumble before he got his sell out to the readership. He has attempted to do better with that and now sends out email alerts. All that said, he has ridden the bull market in gold well – doing better than the various indices. The problem now is that gold sentiment is off the charts, and he can only… Read More »

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destry
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destry

As always, you’re a “hoot and a half”

Garrett Goldman
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Garrett Goldman

I have been a subscriber for some time. The GSA is the Valueline for gold stocks. Valuable resource that has saved me both time and money. I am able to read the GSA bottom line on gold companies and have the entire company distilled into a three line conclusion. The top 10 have done great. Keep it up!

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James, I don’t quite understand the question. The example is of how a mortgage REIT can use leverage to provide high dividends from an otherwise relatively conservative portfolio management strategy.

I don’t know what you mean by the advancing issues symbol — they report the number of stocks advancing versus declining every day on the NYSE, do you mean that you want a way to bet on what that number will be? I doubt there’s a mainstream way to do so, though I could easily be wrong.

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Edmund
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Edmund

Gold Stock Analyst now has a less expensive version which only covers the Top-10. It comes out the evening of the 15th or the evening after the next business day. Cost is about half of the full professional edition. The individual investor edition began in Aug and I subscribed in mid-Oct. Maybe it was timing; however, I have done very well with two of the picks (one I already owned). All the rest of the Top-10 are up…except for one which is down slightly. Subscribed for two years and I plan to renew…as long as the price does not go… Read More »

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Thanks Peter. I wonder whether Doody’s estimate of 5 million ounces includes the “gold equivalent” of those silver ounces — that’s my assumption, since I think the official reserves note something like 2 or 2-1/2 million ounces of gold. I expect that the “gold equivalent” of those silver reserves is also between 2 and 3 million ounces, depending on the prices you use.