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wazuzu17
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So much hype; I’m close to canceling.

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SeamansEye

I trade using rudimentary technical analysis and option probabilities. This and other Banyan Hill newsletters have put me into stocks that I would otherwise not been aware of. Some of their analysis is interesting, but I only trade the ones that make sense to my trading style. They are by no means all winners, but I can say I have made enough trading their recommendations to more than pay for the subscription. I don’t see myself, or anyone else, becoming a multi millionaire form any of them, though. After you sign up for any of their (Banyan Hill) newsletters, the… Read more »

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I agree about their emails.

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I opted not to renew my subscription. Paul has always said he’s for the “little Guy’s”, this I find not to be the case. Most of the companies he recommends are way out of my price range as I think they’re to others like me as well.

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Dave S.

Notwithstanding the usual idiotic hype from the marketing arm of B. Hill, I like Jeff Yastine. He’s honest and straightforward, communicates weekly with subscribers and has picked, along w/ some losers, some good stocks for us. He specializes in finding stocks that he sees as undervalued bargains. The one odd quirk in both Jeff’s and Matt Badiali’s newsletters is what I consider to be the excessively loose stops (20-35%) in most positions. Not that anyone is bound to them, but I think it sets a poor example of when to exit a losing stock. I am in the “Safe Money… Read more »

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Dave S.

Overall performance of Jeff Yastine’s service as of 10/30/2019:

Positions: 80, Average Gain/Loss: +10.57%, Average Hold: 387 Days

The 80 positions include all the current positions as well as closed positions, and the 10.57% average includes both gains and losses.