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hfj
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hfj
February 5, 2010 2:20 am

Just subscribed to this “cheap” newsletter.
Well written, with target prices and risk levels: the aim is to focus on “unheard” stocks (in fact, some stocks are described in other financial newsletters…)
Currently, the portfolio has 24 open positions, with stock prices ranging from about 4 to 45USD.
Very interesting.

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Paul Engleman
Paul Engleman
May 4, 2010 11:23 am

I’ve subscribed to White Cap for a year and a half. Given the market’s strong comeback, I’m reluctant to believe that the great returns are all based on great stock-picking — you could have done pretty well with a dartboard since last March. That said, the picks are consistently good, the letter is well-written, and many of the teaser ads to upgrade to premium services include additional freebie picks. Recently White Cap absorbed what I think was another Oxford Club pub, Xcelerated Profits, so you’re now getting two for the price of one. And the price — $50 — is very reasonable. White Cap uses a 25% trailing stop and tracks it for subscribers, with email alerts. Overall, this seems like a very smart bunch of guys providing very solid advice.

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Stuart Watkins
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Stuart Watkins
May 4, 2010 9:51 pm

I have noticed pore spelling and gramatical errors.
This gives me a degree of concern.
I do not like to be told to take a look at a stock,
and be told later that if I have bought it when they first brought it to my attention I would have made a bunch of mney.
I expected a BUY call, and have only seen sugestions.
Not what I expected. Others may differ, but not my cup of tea.

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Bob
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Bob
June 1, 2010 4:24 pm

New subscriber so far my overall impression is it is a gateway for pricier subscriptions to other newsletters.

At this point the jury is still out. Can’t give a recommendation or say anything negative.

The umbrella group is pretty good overall so that is why I took the letter.

the boge
the boge
June 2, 2010 6:32 am

I have not benefited from the White Cap Report over the past year, which is time biased. They swing for the fences, and if you don’t connect, it’s a pop fly or a grounder for an out.

Old Tom
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Old Tom
July 24, 2010 2:20 pm

I subscribed about 5 months ago. It’s a fairly interesting newsletter, but I hate the fact that they must have at least 2 people assigned to sent out emails. Seems to fill up my inbox. What galls me the most is that in every email there is a ” special ” report that costs between 50 and 200 bucks. The DNA Dallas company is just the latest one such.

They issue a monthly report that usually has one recomendation that can be checked out on Yahoo and MSN so that you can make up your own mind about it. The prices of their recomendations are usually in the 5 to 35 dollar range and they do suggest that you have a trailing stop. This is usually in the 25 to 50% range. I guess the 50% suggestion is for the REALLY speculative stuff. The June issue where they just ” patented BIG profits ” called for a 50% trailing stop.

I still have my subscription in force but will allow it to expire be