Hey gumshoes few of you seem aware of this very appealing opportunity ! I have seen very little written here and most of it with not very useful generalities. I am quite excited about this opportunity and seeking advice and vetting from any reliable sources before plunging in. So research carefully, check out this stunning […]
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Any thoughts on Nick Hodge’s latest gold mine teaser?
Got an email teaser that included the following: It details a phenomenon that’s quietly working its way across America… Appearing in Sacramento, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Austin, Nashville, Minneapolis and Chicago. Soon, it will be everywhere… and mint a staggering number of millionaires. Forbes calls it ”the Holy Grail.” The Washington Post describes it as […]
Please explain the three different DEAC stocks…DEAC, DEACW and DEACU. The descriptions all appear to be the same. I bought DEAC @ $17.00 and then realized that you bought DEACW @ $6.00. What is a DEAC Warrant? Thanks, Travis! Love this, my go to, Newsletter!
Anyone find out Navellier’s ”urgent new recommended buy alert” announced Friday May 3? He doesn’t give much clues: ”I’d be willing to be that 99% of people seeing this message have never heard of this stock. It’s a real undiscovered gem. The kind of stock that my system is famous for spotting. It has all […]
what is the dollar value of Travis’ Real Money Portfolio tlt (new irregular and a happy one)
Do you know any thing about this newsletter ?
I don’t usually write about stock promoters, because it’s usually baldly obvious that no one would say the wildly positive things they say about microcap companies unless they were being paid to say those things… and because most of the companies that are promoted in this way are really just “pump and dump” vehicles that […]
Premium service that says it suggests speculative stock and option trades — unclear if newsletter’s recommendations are also paid promotions, the letter is published by Crush the Street, which like sibling Future Money Trends says it is a paid promoter of stocks.