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pete1265
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pete1265
November 23, 2011 7:10 pm

I do not think I have benefitted from my subscription because I do not have the interest in doing the homework to make his writings understandable to me — not in the oil or mining business. I print his text, with the intention of studying to understand his writings. There have always been things I would prefer to read and study. I did buy sone GSFVF because the technology seems so “green,” but the shares have lost lots of value. Joan in Houston

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degiles
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degiles
February 16, 2012 12:15 am

Keith Schaefer is a jewel. He tracks his complete portfolio, showing every purchase and sale he has ever made. I have done well in a relatively short time by 1)steering away from the companies I do not understand and going for the ones I can understand and 2) investing quickly where he is particularly in love with a stock and can come up with both numbers and a story that makes sense. It is one of those situations where he says “I bought 5000 shares of XYZ this morning because—-.”
He also tracks every holding and reports regularly on their current situations, often after personal discussions with management. He clearly has the most inside information about Canadian companies but he has taken a whirl on some non-Canadians as well. He has a way of getting slightly ahead of the crowd, which might mean a little more patience is required.
He has both a monthly subscription price and an annual rate so you can try him for a month, get a complete evaluation of his holdings and quit if you are not impressed. Like tons of people, he has been a little bit burned by GasFrac because they haven’t been able to put it all together. He did sell some but he has a big stake which he acquired at well below the current price. It is still a good long-term situation.

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