Stansberry’s Credit Opportunities

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I only recently subscribed. So, I can’t say anything about actual results. But I can say I am very disappointed that I sent 2 emails (using the link they provide in the material) and have not received any reply – after 3 weeks.

marty
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Hi! I am seriously thinking about subscribing to Credit Opportunities, but the comments make me hesitate. Can you provide an update on your situation? Did you finally get a satisfactory response to your emails? Are you happy with any investments so far?

Denny
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deanbob, like marty, I’m interested in what happened to your requests after this long a time. Any comment would help. Thanks!

David
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David

Once you sign on to this expensive letter and buy their recommendation you almost have to keep renewing in order to know what to do with the bonds you hold, unless of course you’re well versed in bonds and can navigate on your own. The recommendations are usually not for investment grade bonds and sell for pretty good discounts to par so there are negatives often having to do with the issuers ability to redeem the bond at maturity or successfully borrow to keep it afloat. If you’re not receiving the letter and something changes in a negative way with… Read more »