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January 18, 2020 4:33 pm

All your comments have been really helpful, so thank you all. I singed up for Marin’s free email subscription, where his is continuously sends out lengthy emails on joining his research service; hard sales pitch at work here. I’m always weary when someone sends these types of emails, because if their advice is as good as they are pitching, why the hard sales tactic? Especially when he continuously points out his high percent gainers, which I believe feeds into our FOMO tendencies, another clever ‘foot in the door’ technique. He really gives you the impression that it’s easy to get rich through his picks, and there never is a get rich scheme out there that works. And if he’s made millions on his own research, why the exorbitant yearly subscription charges?

March 16, 2020 2:14 pm

Anyone have an idea of what Video Game Company he is talking about on his recent emails? A company that is buying out/consolidating several types of video game companies. Might be a good bet since entire market is down.