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Stan
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Stan
December 13, 2009 4:24 pm

It’s been a couple of years since I tried Options Hotline… What I do remember is that I lost a good chuck of $$ AND that there was no exit strategy. At least most other services offer an exit strategy.
What I don’t understand is why Agora continues a service with such a poor rating… makes me wonder about the quality of the other Agora services….

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December 28, 2009 5:22 pm

My experience was similar to many of you. The advertising is deceptive and the results are no where near what’s depicted.
It’s an example of distorting results to promote your service. As some said earlier you probaply could have made more money doing the opposite of his recommendations.

I highly recommend using services like this to check out any company or service you are considering investing in.

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January 27, 2010 11:57 am

I’ll complement from my experience with Larry Blair’s review. It is exactly how most newsletter does they exaggerations. Basically, they gives a conservative and aggressive price point along with each reco, when to exist is your decision. One would think they cannot claim a winner unless it at least meet the conservative exist price, but as Larry pointed out, even intra day price goes up by 1 cent, it’s a winner to them, most of the case, it went way down afterwards and never come back. And that’s how they claimed no losser since 2007.

I had been with Option Hotline since Oct of 2008. Initially it has a few of winners and so I hold onto this subscription thinking it is going to stand out of others. As it turned out, I have maybe a couple of winners since mid-2009. Everything else is a big loss. Also keep in mind, most options reco here were expensive options, while the winning maybe high, so were the losses.

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January 27, 2010 9:37 pm

Too much been said on the advertising technique of this newsletter. The claim of no loser since 2007 is definitely a false statement, far from it!!

The way this newsletter works is they give one reco once a week with a conservative and aggressive target. When to exist is your decision. The only problem is the reco might go the right direction (call or put) for a bit then reverse. Only very few will hit the conservative target, never mind the aggressive target. It has been having losers after losers since the beginning of Q2 of 2009

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R.D.
March 18, 2010 12:07 pm

I think it’s as c