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sheeple123jump
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sheeple123jump
July 25, 2009 1:44 pm

The Rickenbacher ….what is it ?….report ?

My first purchase of one of Agora’s newsletters….. looking for an education about global economics,Austrian economics, expert opinion, etc….taking advantage of Agora’s ‘try it for a month free’ deal…. this newsletter is just ‘restarting up’ following its previous writer’s passing (Kurt Rickenbacher) from a few years ago…and the new guy writing it, may be astute, but I found the issues I recieved to be wanting ….the summary analysis seemed to be a general introduction to Rickenbacher’s views,that’s ok, but there needs to be more, and the stock picks were ….not profound…..they seemed to be standard stuff like …short u.s. treasuries, buy gold, etc… I was left feeling underwhelmed by the educational material presented to me.
I got the sense that the new writer/analyst hadnt yet gotten fully into the project with a 100 % effort on his part. Maybe that has changed, but I think there are better newsletters out there.
This one tastes like a leftover meat loaf dinner.

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Gilbert
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Gilbert
September 26, 2010 6:00 am

I subscribed to The Richebacher letter on a trial basis while Richebacher was still alive. Richebacher’s articles provided me with a great insights. After reading his articles for several years I was well alerted to the financial problems that occurred in 2001 snd spread elsewhere around the world. Those insights were not only educational but also of benefit to me financially because I got into cash way before the downturn in the markets. I do not know if the current writers of the Richebacher letter are as good as Richebacher was because I have not subscribed to the newsletter since Richebacher died.

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