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Richcat
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Richcat
October 25, 2010 8:11 pm

Green Chip Stocks has been good for my IRA. He picked his latest alternative energy stock, NENE, after flying to Florida to witness history being made by a demonstration of NENE’s new spray-on-solar cells at the University of South Florida (USF) to a standing-room-only crowd of investors, academics, commercial glass companies, and members of the media, including: CNBC, CNN, The Tampa Tribune, The St. Petersburg Times, The Oracle, NBC affiliate WFLA-TV Ch. 8, Bay News 9, WUSF Public Media, and global news service, Agence France Presse.
Company President and CEO, Mr. John A. Conklin, revealed that the application of SolarWindow™ to exterior glass surfaces of commercial towers could generate energy savings several-fold greater than today’s rooftop solar systems during his introduction of New Energy’s SolarWindow™, the world’s first see-thru, spray-on technology of its kind.

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Bill A
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Bill A
April 12, 2011 10:12 am

I got into Greenchip stocks for a year and 4 months and have left it finally today on April 2011.

The thing is they send you these introductory emails claiming big scores in the 100% or more to get you to sign up. The reality is much more sobering.

When they say that their top stocks average blah, blah percent they are describing only their best stocks since they began.

So what do I think of them? Well…

Firstly, when they claim you could make blah blah perecent on this next stock by signing up; Most of the gains already occured before they sent you that newsletter. You find out when signing up, that the stock has already been in their portfolio for quite sometime.

That means as new subscribers you are just entering now and pumping up their stocks even further for the last crowd. That burns me up.

Secondly, I never bought their stocks at first, because they always went down shortly after they would suggest a buy. I suspect this might be because they or previous members of their elite services sell it after they suggest the buy to the rest of us.

Thirdly, if you have access to this service already, just check out their portfolios this year and all the past year ones. They did well some 3 or 4 years ago, but since then they have been mysteriously closing most positions at a loss, sometimes big. Only 1 or 2 stocks out of the suggested 10 stocks ever becomes a big winner.

Forthly, check our their average score for each year. On average their stocks barely make it over 5% a year.

Fifthly, they have a special porfolio for riskier stocks, but some stocks they own will be moved into that portfolio if the stock continues to slide. This is their risky portfolio. But wait a second, the stock you invested in didn’t start there. Now it’s considered a risky stock? Wow what a burn.

Sixthly, most of my money was made by dropping out sooner then they suggested, much sooner. That meant a conservative profit but it was better then tanking along with them.

Seventhly, I wish they would stop sending me spam email to join their other services, while neglecting to send me emails about sell positions half the time. Can you say spotty?

I have their Alternative Energy Speculator and it’s much the same circus, but at least, there, they are having better success with more double digit scores and then some big wins.

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