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John watson
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John watson
June 1, 2019 1:19 am

Has any used this service. I see no comments here. It seems to be associated with agora financial as I did a search for other reveiws and could find nothing. Usually a service has some some comments but there are none here.

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east investor
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east investor
October 19, 2019 11:25 am

Does anyone know anything about this publication or Leon Wilfan? It’s being touted by Kathleen Petticord
Thanks for any info.
East investor

Phillip
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November 7, 2019 2:48 pm
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Get rich quick…. I have my doubts. I’d like to get more info. Especially from people who have subscribed to the scheme get free money from the IRS????

Leon
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Leon
September 13, 2020 11:13 am

Hi,

I’m Leon. The man in question.

My goal in life is to become the best investor possible.

I’ve spent years developing my craft and like to believe that at this stage in my career, I’m fairly good at what I do.

That said, my knowledge is far from complete. In fact, investing is an art that you can never fully master. It’s what makes it so interesting.

What I do at Lahardan is share my opinion on the latest market developments, recommend the best course of action, and provide investing lessons. All of this is available for free through our e-letter Cashflow For Retirement and on our website LahardanFinancial.com.

We also sell a monthly newsletter because we’re a business and need to make money. It costs $50 for a year, comes with a bunch of special reports, and you can cancel anytime. To my understanding, we have one of the lowest prices in the industry.

Of course, our marketing department does its job exceptionally well. Too well, perhaps. It makes our newsletter seem like the best one in the known universe and me as the next Warren Buffet. Neither is true.

While my knowledge and experience make me a specialist in my field, and I am working my butt off every day to give my readers the best investing advice I can, I’m not perfect. I don’t have all the answers.

There is a misconception that professional investors can somehow see in the future. That just as a doctor can heal your illness, and a plumber can fix your sink, I can tell whether a stock will go up or not with a 100% certainty.

Well, I can’t.

What I can do, however, is make a much more accurate assessment of the risks and the opportunities associated with a particular investment than most investors. Not because I’m something special, but because I’m analyzing the markets every single day. Same as with any other profession, you must put in the work if you want to be successful at it.

I also can’t help you to get rich quick. To the best of my knowledge, that’s impossible, unless you like gambling, in which case the odds are against you. Anyone that tells you otherwise is either an idiot or is after your money.

Finally, I would advise you to have an open mind. Study every possible angle why a stock could go up, as well as down. And listen to other professionals’ viewpoints. Investing is a game where the most informed ones win in the long run.

I hope that helps with understanding what I’m about, my philosophy, and the services we offer at Lahardan.

Regards,
Leon

Jim Mooney
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Jim Mooney
December 10, 2020 5:23 pm

I subscribed to Lahardian’s True Retirement Wealth newsletter in late July, 2020 for a one year period. I believe I received one or two of the newsletters, then, no more.

I also recall that, when I first signed up I could access a True Retirement Wealth website that showed the list of current recommendations. Almost all the recommendations there were ones I had already gotten from a couple other similarly priced newsletters. However, those other newsletters had made those recommendations prior to when Lahardian did.

Recently, when I logged on to the website, and click on the My Subscriptions link at the top of the page, it takes me to a page that’s headed “My Subscriptions”. However, it it mentions nothing about True Retirement Wealth, and the only active link on the page is this one that takes me the customer service email address.

I contacted customer service through that email and explained my dissatisfaction about not receiving the newsletters, and not having any access to the portfolio website. I asked them to either correct the situation or refund my subscription. They refunded the subscription cost without any interim communication.

I generally respect Kathleen Petticord and her husband regarding overseas living and investing, but I think they made a mistake in linking up with Lahardian.

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