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jreyno4960
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could anyone share with me the top five marijuana stock he recommends in his Marijuana Millionaires report?

Thanks in advance,
Jan

Gary
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Two that I know of for sure are CGC and CRON

jreyno4960
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Can anyone tell me the 5 marijuana stocks he is preaching? That’s all I’m really interested and, yes, I could subscribe and then cancel but am hoping someone else will share their knowledge. I would do the same on something I got into.

Mary
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Isn’t that the newsletter that was edited by Larry Edelson? I think it was and Larry, who was also long a lot of gold, had pretty good instincts. This guy, maybe not so much!

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Arvi
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Hello Can anyone suggest Matt Badiali’s 47$ RealWealthStrategist is worth the money. Are the 3 bonus reports including No.1 Marijuana stock worth ? Or they are already at a high and gained the steam.

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blue cat
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His main emphasis is in mining stocks, which is a really beaten down area now. If the price of gold soars, his recommendations in that area will do well. He also has some relatively high dividend stocks and now this marijuana thing is another niche. I’d say his recommendations are OK for a part of your portfolio but you should have your core portfolio in place before branching out into this area. He is strict about using trailing stops and follows them faithfully. I have enjoyed reading his thoughts but in a year and a half really have not made… Read more »
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Arvi
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Thanks @blue cat. I was only interested in the No. 1 Pot stock report he was going to give away with RWS subscription but sceptical if that company already gained enough and his report is very old. Remember the promotion video doesnt reveal any date of when this recommendation is made and just says has potential to grow 4000%. I had similar experience with Paul’s Profit Unlimited special report and after i purchased the subscription i came to know his recommendation indeed went over 400% (ST micro) and it was in the past and it was too late. But i… Read more »
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blue cat
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The recent news that has made pot stocks soar has been the announcement by two beer companies, Constellation Brands and Molsen-Coors that they bought a lot of shares in two pot companies, CRON and CGC. I forget which brewery bought which pot company. So as pot becomes legal, the possibility of incorporating some, perhaps in a refined form or whatever, into a beverage with some alcohol, becomes interesting. The announcement of a new beverage hasn’t been made yet, and we don’t know to what degree it would be successful if one is offered. So likely there is more growth ahead… Read more »
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STZ Constellation Brands last week announced investing an additional $5B in CGC Canopy Growth, bringing STZ stake in CGC from 10% to 38%. Molsen-Coors has not invested in any Cannabis/Marijuana companies…..yet; they have been talking to some. DEO Diageo (liquor/spirits) out of UK rumors of talks with Canadian Cannabis companies resulted in many stocks, including CRON Cronos, CGC Canopy Growth, TLRY Tilray, to realize big gains in stock price last Friday Aug 24 and some continuing today. for more discussion on this topic of big beverage money invested in Cannabis companies, Ted Ohashi’s early today released (for week ending Aug… Read more »
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randy
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They are mining stocks, so expect them to go up and down with the price of precious metals. They will usually drop if the indices collapse. Mixed results, but I would recommend it. But, set your stops where you are comfortable.

Gus Klein
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Blue Cat, thanks for all that solid comments and info. It stopped me from subscribing to that. It would be great if you can tell us what you pay for using E-Trade (per trade charges ???).

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blue cat
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Gus, you are welcome. As a frequent trader, I pay e-Trade 4.95 per trade.

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Alannah Thorn
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You need to make step by step written instructions, your video is too long and has to much “and this gentleman recieved this much” i want clear cut instructions. Ive invested in your suggested stocks, so when do I get my check?

A concerned consumer.

P.s. I’m starting to think this is a scam

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On your broker’s website, check the company. They should list the amount of the dividend, the date when the company goes ex-dividend, and the dividend pay date. If you bought 100 shares at $20 and the dividend is $0.60 with an ex-dividend date of March 1 and pay date of March 20, and you bought the stock on February 25, then on March 20 you will receive a dividend (Freedom Check) for $60. You may not see it in your account until the following business day, giving your broker time to do the paperwork. The money will be deposited directly… Read more »
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Marleen Henderson
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Will I have to pay taxes on the money I collect?

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Brett Rostochil
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If you opt out and close the page they give you 6 months for $19

Coverup Donnie
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I’ve been on this planet for many years and have been rubbed down the river many times. Just apply the smell test to offers of easy and free money from advertisers. If this guy is so smart, why isn’t he rich enough to make all this money on his own, instead of needing you to donate to his little venture. SMELLS SUSPICIOUS like fake info from the president. Good Luck!

Ken McDougal
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I can get past all the Hype and the OVER THE TOP fantastic claims of all this money that this guy states that people can supposedly make from these “Freedom Checks.” Over the years I’ve seen that on all of these kinds of programs. Nothing new here. But, when I saw statements of people saying that they only chose the initial basic $47 subscription for a 1 year and then were hit with a $444.00 charge on their credit card for a full subscription (which he never mentions at all on his presentation video or his website as one of… Read more »
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Amy
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I feel like we’re going to see this guy on American Greed in a few years.

Ray
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Need for you to offer PayPal as a purchasing method to join your organization. Thank you.

Candace Warren
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I have just signed up, and I am looking forward to what I hope is going to be a sound deal. I have always been afraid of the investing field, but, I can no longer work, and the SSDI is not cutting it. I feel more comfortable investing in REAL things, rather than “funds” or things that I cannot see or touch. America is RICH in natural resources, and there is no reason we should need to even do business with foreign countries. I SURE hope this is not a scam, as I do not have extra money to just… Read more »
carlcampbell
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+Candice Warren you are pretty much in the same position I am. You are SS recipient with a little extra money to invest. You need some more income so I strongly recommend researching and purchasing good dividend paying stocks. Check the amounts of dividends a company has been paying and for how long. The NASDAQ web site is excellent. Open the home page and just type in any company name in the search box at the top. When the company data page opens look on the left column. There are tons of valuable information you can base your stock purchases… Read more »
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broadcastdude
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There is an old saying: “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” It certainly applies here. Apparently this scam is aimed at the really stupid. Whoever heard of “freedom checks?”

Bill ReQua
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What do you do if stock price is higher than your recommended buy price on the 5 recommended stocks?

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blue cat
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You can put in a limit order at the recommended price. Particularly in volatile stocks, do not chase the market. Let it come to you. On days like yesterday (down 400 on the Dow part of the day) I picked up several stocks at bargain prices.

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Charles
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I watched the entire video. If you can not figure out what this is about by the information presented then you should steer clear. You may not be cut out for this. Just because you don’t understand it does not make it a scam.

ANANDA
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I am a susbcriber of real wealth strategist.Except 1 pick all the other open picks are in green (total 19 picks.2 picks are 50% up). I am satisfied so far

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Lorita Heale
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I think the adage “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” applies to this program. I greatly appreciate all of the information offered by Blue Cat, by sharing your experience you have saved me from wasting my time and money. Thank you.

Bob
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Where would you go to start out all by yourself

blue cat
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With REITs, the dividend income is treated a little differently for tax purposes. Some of it may be counted as return of capital, which is not taxed. You get the paperwork for the tax reporting from your broker, who gets it from the company.

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Sandee
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You also have to pay taxes on your dividends every year. Even if your stock prices go down.

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Sandra
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looks like it would not be worth it for me to sign up. The max I would risk at first would be $100 and it sounds like any return would be ridiculously small.

Willie
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sandra on a .04 month stock SJT #1 is $4.00. blue Cat is right.

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blue cat
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Sandra, keep in mind that you can profit in two ways: from the dividends or from the price of the stock going up. If the initial investment is to be recovered on the basis of dividends alone, it may take a long time. If the company is succeeding in growing their business and the stock price increases, you might do quite well in a reasonable length of time.

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Frank Shimkus
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I’ve been trying to reach customer service for days now, however the phone numbers you give are always busy! I need to cancel my subscribtion that I don’t recall subscribing to, ASP. Please respond via E-mail to cancel. Real Wealth Strategist.

blue cat
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Contact your credit card company to get your money back.

Amy
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I appreciate all of the comments. I was going to get set up with the $49 or $79 option, but it sounds like you have to invest a lot of money to get the dividends, which I can do on my personal platform already with Wealthvest. It appears that all we’re paying for, is his expertise in knowing what to buy and sell. I can invest and have money managers do that for me already on my platform and not waste my money. For him to claim that a dairy farmer received that much cash from his “US Freedom Checks”… Read more »
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There has been just one really good pick, up 60% in six months, that I never would have found on my own, and that was before he got started on this “Freedom Checks” thing. I made enough on that to pay for my subscription a few times over. With the market action today most everything is up, so the returns look good for anything. He is starting to tout a new newsletter that will probably have a subscription cost over $1000 and which I won’t touch. So the returns aren’t bad but the advertising is grossly exaggerated at best and… Read more »
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copy cat
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THANK YOU blue cat for your insight. I haven’t really ever invested before so just wondering how to go about it. Badiali gives advice but I still have to find someone to do the trades, correct? Any suggestions on how to go about picking an investment firm?

blue cat
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My personal favorite broker is e-Trade, but there are others probably equally good. TDAmeritrade and Interactive Brokers also have good reputations. If you are buying recommendations from the newsletter, there is no need for a “full-service” broker, which means much higher commissions. To buy or sell stocks you need a broker and to set up an account. You will find it is more convenient to leave your shares in your account rather than getting actual stock certificates.

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Jodi
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In a couple of weeks, I’m sure that deadline will change. In the video, he insists that you must sign up within an hour. *smh* If it sounds too good to be true…it is.

Jane
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I listened tonight and the magic date is now March 1!

Laura
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In conclusion that at say 6%, if you invest $100.00 your going to get a $6.00 dividend check. It will take 16 dividend payments to recoup your $100.00. Yes, dividend, that’s what Real Wealth Strategist is about. These companies must pay dividends if they don’t want to pay federal taxes. I wish Baldali would have come right out and said it, instead of insinuating it is something else. And, because of that, I won’t be buying into his fluff.

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Gail Schwartz
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$6 isn’t even enough for my Chinese buffet..$10.25 with drink & senior discount. Let’s see my math? Invest $1000 $60 not enough for my video game or my vast wearthers Carmel hard candy addiction. $5 lb or $3 ink online with shipping$. I eat mounds of it. About $70 a month. Rather candy than drugs, or gambling. Sheep. There is no money. Instead of $5 Starbucks coffee, $20 dinner applebee, $20 each movie going put it away. When u are 67 LIKE me. U GOT ENOUGH STASH. THEN ENJOY. NOBODY IS GIVING AWAY $$$$$$$$$ Trust me. I KNOW!!!
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blue cat
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To be picky, for $100 invested you’d get a dividend check for $1.50 every 3 months. The yield on a bond is set in stone, but in a corporation or a REIT it can change according to what the company board of directors decides. If the company is doing well and earnings are increasing, they can (and for REITs, must) increase that distribution. I agree, am disgusted by the verbal hanky-panky making it sound like something totally different.,

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Gary A Fowler
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This Badiali guy, or whatever his name is, makes a hell of a pitch. I was all set to get the $79 package and put $1,000 down with his top picks, but he only shows us his top, most successful investors. It’s not exactly a scam but hardly anyone is going to do that well, and he conveniently omits that. Now, after reading the comments I’m not going to subscribe. It’s way too good to be all true.

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The last ad I saw said somebody had received a “Freedom Check” for over $26000. Now that is just stretching imagination too far. There are a few of those REITs that pay a bit over 10% annually. Now the check would be 1/4 of the annual yield, so that would be over a million dollars invested. And Mr. Badiali is showing what is clearly a government check, saying you have to sign and deposit it. The truth is that if you hold your stock in your brokerage account, which most of us do, it is deposited directly there. It is… Read more »
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Willie
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Thanks blue cat. I thought it was to good to be true.I did buy the $47. They offer life time for 400.00. The monthly stocks r paying between .04 and .19. You r right. you have to put in a good sum to make money as long as the stocks don’t go down you will make money. Not 26k to 350k .He was talking about

Donu
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BLUE CAT, (and everyone else) TRY AMZA, YOU WILL BE PLEASENTLY SURPRISED EVERY QUARTER.

blue cat
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AMZA is an ETF which owns shares of master limited partnerships. It pays a whopping dividend of 23.85%, based on today’s share price of 8.65. It was formed in 2014 and at that time the share price hit $25. So the “Freedom Checks” amounted to return of capital. On my brokerage account I get the chart and the most recent distribution, but not the history of distributions. If the distribution was constant over the 3 1/2 years they would have come close to having paid out the entire initial investment. Trouble is, most of the initial capital is gone, too.… Read more »
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Donu
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DO NOT BUY AMZA UNTIL IT FALLS TO 7.6 OR LESS.

Neat
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Bluecat, were you with a different compny or just receiving dividends from previous investments, because you said you’ve been receiving checks for years but only been with Real Wealth Strategist for 6 months?

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blue cat
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For the most part I pick my own stocks. I tried a couple of newsletters to see whether it would improve my returns. The jury is still out. Because of the high dividends over the years many of my stocks have been REITs and some the same ones he recommends.

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Jan
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II just watched the entire presentation of Real Wealth Strategist and it has me thinking “Is this to good to be true”?
I was wondering if anyone can tell me if this is a SCAM?? Unfortunately, there are so many people who will take advantage of others that you trust No-One! Thoughts…, has anyone out there received these FREEDOM CHECKS??
Thanks for replying!

blue cat
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Jan, it is not exactly a scam, but certainly misleading. He calls them Freedom Checks. I call them dividends, and yes, I have been receiving them for decades. You do NOT just sign up for them, you invest in a company, which in this case is usually a REIT or master limited partnership, and every 3 months you receive a dividend or call it a “distribution”. . The REITS are required by law to distribute 90% of their earnings, so to get the size of checks he describes would require a huge investment. This is conveniently not mentioned. He works… Read more »
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Janine
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Blue cat, how much do you have invested to get that $100 quarterly check?

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