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Humberto Blanco
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Humberto Blanco
November 21, 2011 9:56 pm

I had found this service quite interesting and was about to start testing their free service recommendations on my simulator. First I looked for evaluations on this website and found none. Then I back-tested their recommendations on SPX and GLD over the last three months. I was amazed to find that market action was almost unanimously opposite to their projections. They would consistently short when the market was about to rebound and recommend investing when the market was about to plummet. I imagine you could make money by taking action opposite to their recommendations, but there is the element of confusion to contend with. In this way this service is quite similar to Trending 1,2,3, which provides a very similar quality of service to investors. Based on this limited timefram of their free service, I have blocked their emails, as I don’t need any help in losing money. Both the aforementioned would seem to accomplish this for you.

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circusmaximus
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circusmaximus
June 1, 2014 10:35 pm

I’ve had luck with these folks. The review by Mr. Blanco reminded me of my experience some years back with Martin Weiss’ Million Dollar Contrarian Portfolio managed by Claus der German guy. I’ve made several big ‘killings’ in the market with their recommendations using their Trade Triangle system to buy/sell stocks using indicators which range from -100 to +100. I’ve used them for eight years now, seven of which I made money for the year with 2008 being the only exception.

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miltonmoney
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February 26, 2017 9:40 am

Great newsletter 3rd yr now. great for watchlist good fr swing traders..uncanny correct with their triangle methodlgy..buy buy,make monies.

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dallston
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dallston
August 15, 2019 11:52 am

I have looked at MarketClub/INO.Com service several times over the last several years, to include using their service for a month or two and their free trials. They provide no statistical support for their predictions or performance – trade triangles. However, after studying several major ETFs, it is obvious they get in the trade late and they get out late. It is hard to imagine making money following their predictions. But it gets worse.

On 5/7 2019 I signed up for their 14-day trial. On 5/14 I notified them by email to cancel my trial. However, starting in June they started billing me for their monthly service at $59 per month. I did not notice the bill until early August (July billing). I emailed them asking about the bill and they said I signed up for their service. I pointed out our email exchange of 5/7 and they still refused to refund my money. By now they had also charged me for August. During the entire period from 5/14, until I questioned the billing, I had received no correspondence. No notice that they had billed my credit card or information on their services. The day after questioning the billing I received a welcome email and other emails related to their service. I have opened a dispute case with my credit card company and the Better Business Bureau.

In conclusion, MarketClub /INO.Com provides a dubious stock market prediction service and has predatory billing practices. Take their free trial at your own risk.

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