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Andrea Westwood
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Andrea Westwood
February 3, 2009 1:21 am

As a VIP customer, I subscribe to all the services from Taipan, and get any new newsletters as they are produced.
I have found them all extremely informative and I find their commentary insightful, educative, intelligent and often amusing. Their editors usually have a good sense of humour and make for interesting and thought-provoking reading.
I joined their service in mid 2007, and made some investments in some of their picks, just before the blood bath that was 2008. I appreciate that they publish the ongoing performace of their picks, and are very upfront about liquidating any positions that are performing against their expectations.
In reviewing their performance, it is difficult for me to see how “good” their picks are, since universally all my long holdings have gone South, though not quite all the way to Anarctica. Their reasoning in their picks still seems to me to be valid, so I am hanging in to my unrealised losses, since I have faith that the companies themselves have strong fundamentals.

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Roger W
Roger W
February 7, 2009 11:05 am

I subscribed in July 2008 for $997. It was being touted as an anonymous insiders picks of former IPO stocks. After to main guy was indentified, the service was combined with Death Cross Trader, to which I also subscribed. I ended up with one service for the price of two. My inquiry about a rebate has been ignored. Death Cross was a terrible service that went through three editors while I have subscribed.

The picks usually had a price to wait for before investing. Then when that price would hit they gave you a range of prices to buy, a stop loss and a point to take 50% profit. All well and good except their picks are not very successful. I finally got to the point I would simply watch them but not trade them. I won’t be renewing. And I will be watching my credit card as they have a habit of renewing you if you don’t tell them not to.

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