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Megha
May 22, 2009 6:30 pm

John Malden’s Thoughts from the Frontline is the only view that I take totally seriously. I haven’t seen a review of his free service yet. Because of his newsletter, in 2006 I advised my real estate clients to sell quickly and wait to buy. (Didn’t help me win over buyers.) He was the first I personally read who sent out information on the massive number of mortgage resets that were going to arrive in 2008.
He gives the big picture and every week sends out alternative thought provoking articles from his favorite authors.
I have not seen Chris Weber’s newsletter, but now that I see someone actually rates him higher than Malden, I’ve got to look at it.

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June 6, 2009 4:29 pm

Accredited investor services and thought provoking articles which I share with three newbie investors I am mentoring. Links to premium service providers with sterling reputations. Big picture dynamics are frequently provided.

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July 10, 2009 9:06 pm

Mauldin advised pulling out of the market before its recent (and considerable) decline. He advised sitting on the sidelines in cash. I did so, and it saved my IRA.

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Brian C
March 3, 2010 12:57 pm

Of all the dailies (Daily Wealth, Growth Stock Wire, Daily Reckoning, Whiskey and Gunpowder,) and misc sites I pull information from, John Mauldin’s products (Thoughts from… and Outside the Box) are an excellent source of information, data and rational what-ifs and possibilities. I think the fact that 1million+ people get his reports every week gives testamony to that. Mr. Mauldin is generally upbeat and doesn’t hesitate to call a spade a spade. If the US is overleveraged and tax cuts are going to expire and there is a risk of falling into a double-dip recession, he’ll state and have a plethora of data to back him up.

Fantastic insights, can’t say enough good things.

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August 25, 2010 3:41 pm

Mauldin writes a god game but when the time comes to giving you specific advice, forget it. A waste of time and money.

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November 6, 2010 2:56 pm

If you want to read about America’s demise than this is your newsletter.If you want to make money find anyone else