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ronmador
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ronmador
April 7, 2014 11:46 pm

I complained to Stansbury Research about their arrogant and incessant marketing practices, and their ridicule of me becasue I chose not to subscribe to one of their more expensive services. Their response was to cancel my subsritption to SIA and refund the unused portion (about 10 months). I’ve been a subscriber for more than 3 years but now apparently I’m not deemed worthy of their services. Interesting approach to doing business, wouldn’t you say. Bottom line, if you plan on subscribing to any of S&A’s services, be prepared to be deluged with never ending emails soliciting you to purchase addtional subscriptions. Actually it will be a relief for me to be free of this and their arrogance.

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rdiaz63
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rdiaz63
May 16, 2014 10:12 am

Excellent source of investigative material. I’ll recomended!

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telkaz
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telkaz
May 18, 2014 6:28 pm

I subscribed for a while but I did not understand
much what is their reason to recommend.
When I tried to cancel by e-mail, they said they do not accept thru e-mail, I have to phone them.
I called to take off auto renewal setting on all
subscriptions but they did only one subscription.
So I called to cancel all subscriptions to end.

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Leo m
Leo m
June 14, 2017 11:53 pm

Have used them past eight years. Well worth modest annual fee. Very satisfied with my results. Few recommendations went south, most have been profitable. Great write ups and recommends firm stops losses. If you folow the metal recommendations you would have done fine.

Bill Pennock
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Bill Pennock
June 15, 2017 7:54 pm

Despite the advertising, which is obnoxious, the newsletter itself is very well written and researched. I made more money by many times than the cost and learned more about investing from this newsletter than anything else i’ve ever done. But really, if all you do is read the advertising and listen to the videos you’ll likely feel like it’s junk. His newsletters all come with money back guarantee (with a 10 % honesty fee, my words not his) so they are very little risk. He’s been ahead of the game on many many large market trends. Yes there have been misses, imagine that he really can’t see into the future, but his analysis are spot on in many many cases and his teaching is truly excellent.

Fred Yawnick
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Fred Yawnick
June 17, 2017 6:30 pm

They are full of themselves. He is the doom and gloom king and his track record of stock picks sinks…..

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John
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John
June 17, 2017 8:34 pm

I’ve followed Steve Sjugerrud on their staff for years. Done very well moving w/ his sector ETF recommendations. Stay away from the commodity moves.

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Kpax
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Kpax
October 24, 2017 1:20 am

Typical investment letter con. They get you in with a basic membership but then charge you astronomical fees for the better quality newsletters. Then they have an inner circle lifetime membership that’s supposed to get you access to everything they publish or ever will publish. It’s not true. They simply create spinoffs or separate corporate entities to deny new letters to their members. Oldest trick in the book.

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yooper
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November 5, 2017 2:19 pm

I have subscribed for a little over two years. I am satisfied with the subscription and have done well with it. I like to use it as a “foundation” and then do some of my own due diligence to make up my mind. I don’t blindly follow it, but I have been pretty successful with the picks I have followed.

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cabaoke guy
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cabaoke guy
November 27, 2017 10:50 am

Oh soooooo much hyperbole. But usually fun and informative.