Topic Archives: Angel Publishing

TItle: ”How did a tiny $20million market cap startup make Tesla’s entire product line obsolete?” Publishers: Author (Alex Hoyman) Angel Publishing, Microcap Insider, Energy & Capital, Wealth Daily. The discussion is around how electric motors have not progressed in technology to be more efficient since invented, except for minor improvements in some materials. The thrust […]

Since Star Wars day just passed (May the Fourth Be With You!), I guess it’s time for a “Death Star” story — this one comes from an ad for The Wealth Warrior ($99/yr), which is Jason Simpkins’ security and defense-focused intro-level newsletter from the Outsider Club. And the headline, of course, sounds terrifying: “Beijing’s Death […]

Jason Stutman is peddling his Technology & Opportunity letter ($99/yr) with a new tease about blockchain, so I thought it would be good to take a look at that after we sniffed around in Paul Mampilly’s (older) blockchain tease yesterday. The spiel is all about an “arms race” in bitcoin mining that will be spurred […]

This article was originally published on October 18, 2018, we’re re-sharing it here with a minor update because Koyfman is now apparently taking advantage of the fact that Tesla’s in the news again by teasing this as a new spiel, his emails catch your attention with “Here’s why Elon’s Truck is Dumb” subject lines, but […]

This article was originally published on March 21, 2019 when the “deadline” touted was March 25. We’ve lightly updated our piece below, but much of it (like the ad) is unchanged from March. The latest ad for Green Chip Stocks is a doozy — reminiscent of the many “the world is about to change” ads […]

The following article was originally published on November 26, 2018… we are re-posting it because of a slew of new questions about this ad, which is again circulating. The ad is unchanged from November, it appears, and the following article is also unchanged (the financial expectations are now a little worse than they were late […]

Nick Hodge is peddling subscriptions to his Early Advantage (currently $1,299/year, 30-day refund period promised) using the pitch that one tiny company has the patents on a key thin film sensor technology that will become the “barcode of the future” and “revolutionize Amazon’s supply chain.” So what is it? Let’s check out the details… Hodge […]

And now for something completely different… since it’s been a nutty week in the markets, I’m going to cover a teaser pitch that doesn’t have much to do with Chinese growth fears, interest rates, gold prices, or momentum stock valuations: This one’s all about space. Which itself is in the news today, thanks to the […]

The talk of trade war with China is bringing the idea of Chinese mineral dominance back to the pages of investment teaser ads… we’ve seen several in the last week or two that focus on rare earths, where China remains dominant and might have some extra negotiating leverage in trade disputes, and this latest pitch […]

Jason Stutman’s “upgrade” newsletter, The Cutting Edge ($1,499/yr), is out with a teaser campaign that promises you the chance at riches from “Charged Ore” … and, in fact, an actual sample of that ore itself as part of your subscription. So what is “Charged Ore,” and what’s this little Nebraska mine that Stutman thinks will […]

This one’s not exactly a tightly-controlled secret (though the ad makes it sound like one), but we’ll put the Thinkolator on the case anyway… we’ve gotten lots of questions about the latest marijuana pitch from Jimmy Mengel, who is advertising subscriptions to his Marijuana Manifesto service ($1,999/year) — seems that plenty of people want to […]

There’s a clear winner in the “what readers are asking about” sweepstakes this morning, and it’s the latest pitch from Charles Mizrahi for his Park Avenue Investment Club (currently $99/yr) — so that ad must really be making the rounds, and we’ll fire up the Thinkolator to get you some answers today. The pitch is […]

Today we look into the teased “Gold-X” from Gerardo Del Real, who writes the Junior Mining Monthly newsletter and calls himself a “Texas gold expert” … his ad promises an easier way to get huge returns on little gold stocks while taking a lot less risk. “Gold-X” seems an odd name for a “secret” investing […]

Today we’ve got a quickie just to answer some reader questions — and, frankly, it’s a quickie mostly because we’ve covered this pitch several times before, in slightly different variations. This time around, the tease is coming from Charles Mizrahi in ads for “Charter Memberships” in his new Park Avenue Investment Club… which sounds pretty […]

Apparently, there’s some kind of profit window that “slams shut” on September 30th, according to Christian DeHaemer, and you have to buy this $3 “disruptive technology” stock before then. So what the heck is he talking about? Let’s investigate… The pitch is for Crisis and Opportunity (now being sold at $1,599/year), and it’s all about […]

Welcome back, me! I’ve been vacationing for a week or so, and I’m ready to dive back into the teaser swamps to see what little morsels we might find to discuss. This one was an easy pick for the Thinkolator’s first project of the week: Nick Hodge is pitching one of his newsletters, Wall Street’s […]

These kinds of ads always include some huge numbers that sound really, really impressive… here’s a little bit of the intro from the latest ad for Briton Ryle’s The Wealth Advisory: “*Jim T. collected $23,500 last month from ‘backdooring’ Google’s Account *Ron J. ‘backdoored’ $15,804 from Facebook’s Account *Aaron K. pocketed $6,817 last month from […]

Alex Koyfman, who edits Angel Publishing’s Penny Stock Millionaire, has an ad out that caught my eye mostly because it’s headlined “Einstein’s Extinction Prophecy” … because, and I don’t know if you know this about me, I like not being extinct. So I thought I’d dig into it for you — it’s a pretty typical […]

I’ve got several teaser pitches percolating right now, but this one quickly rose to the top after a couple readers sent it to me this morning. Why? Not because I’m all that excited about the stock (it shouldn’t be a public company, frankly), but because the promises of absurd returns are so specific and over-the-top […]

Nick Hodge is out with a teaser pitch for another “upgrade” newsletter he’s selling — this time, the upgrade is only available for folks who already subscribe to his Early Advantage newsletter, which is where he used to pitch his speculative microcaps. Early Advantage is $999/year, and that’s the one that’s still pitching “Obama’s Secret […]

“America’s Most Elite Investment Collective Just Netted 67,350% Gains… “And it’s about to do it again! “Thanks to a proprietary investment ranking tool, this group has its hands on a game-changing technology… “And it’s about to take early investors for another ridiculous profit ride “They’re called the Midas Supergroup… “And they DO NOT miss. “When […]

“Started in 1873 to provide monthly income to widows and orphans in Scotland… “‘Title VI’ Funds Are Now the Preferred Investment Secret of the Super-Rich! …. “There’s a type of fund — a fund that most Americans know very little about — that’s responsible for protecting and growing the wealth of the world’s greatest investors. […]

This latest pitch coming through from the Wealth Daily folks, for Jimmy Mengel’s The Crow’s Nest advisory, has caught the attention of plenty of Gumshoe readers — it starts with a long spiel about tapping into the “secret” holdings of billionaires by using a SEC disclosure rule that these rich folks are all fighting tooth […]

Jeff Siegel’s been going a bit wild with his promos for the Power Portfolio newsletter, with several new “over the top” teaser ads blanketing the interwebs in the last couple months. And since he’s running on so many huge mailing lists, his teasers always catch the attention of the finest and most erudite readers in […]

Several eager readers have forwarded along this teaser, which started running in the last week or so and which pitches a way to profit from the big infrastructure investments that will be made around the world in the coming years. The ad is for Jeff Siegel’s Power Portfolio over at Angel Publishing, a newsletter which […]

I promised yesterday that I’d try to work through the rest of Christian DeHaemer’s “Network Leveraged Entity” teasers that are supposedly better buys than facebook for those looking to speculate on the impact of facebook’s IPO. So what are they? Well, let’s look at the teaser hints — this is “Number Two:” (and don’t worry, […]

“This tiny gold outfit already tripled investor’s money since we first alerted you one year ago! But over the next five minutes, find out how Wednesday’s historic news could triple your money… AGAIN!” That’s how the latest missive for Greg McCoach’s Insider Alert gets started — McCoach also runs a wider-circulation newsletter called Mining Speculator […]

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    Anyone know which stock the Oxford Club is touting as the single retirement stock for $3...

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    Just so you know. LX is a strong by from Alex Green of the Oxford club....

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    I agree generally with most of the comments about Bryan Bottarelli in that, as most wise and experienced traders say, "i...

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    You expected a retirement stock to be profitable in less than 10-20 years? I suggest managing your expectations and kno...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Different ad. The "$3 stock with a secret name" tease is about Hon Hai/Foxconn. Covered many times, including here: ht...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Yep, that ad has been circulating for almost a year now -- stock is Foxconn, covered here: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/...

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    Isn't there some way to stop this Oxford Communique Scam? There should be some sort of law in place to warn people in ad...

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    Hi people, I have to agree, Marc Lichtenfeld's book "Get Rich with Dividends" was a decent read. But that led me to the ...

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    I'm considering a lifetime membership with Zacks, so if theres any feedback from anyone on Zacks it would be much apprec...

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    This guy is quite a marketing hound along with some others in the Oxford club. I have lost a lot of money with the oxfor...

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    I started hearing a radio ad for OneStockRetirement.com on my local Money Radio affiliate last month, so today I finally...

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    Wow, Thank you for your analysis of Mark's sales pitch. I have no interest at this time in puts or call options. I will ...

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    Cabaoke raises a 'very' valid point, but it is a pretty complicated issue with little or no chance of resolution or acti...

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    I bought in from Charles Schwab , but soon after I bought, I noticed the advertisement had changed. What I mean to say ...

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    I'm sick of the same story he's used to tease everyone for over a year there is no company is my opinion .He just wants ...

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    I lost money on his call option the moment an earning release brought the stock down 5 points even before the take over ...

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    I have been a "full" member of the Oxford club services for the past few years and do rely on Marc's recommendations mor...

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    I've been an Oxford Club member for at least 15 years. A fund owner, which I manage the fund, wanted to join his Lighte...

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    Marc Lichtenfeld doesn't care if he's right or wrong. Every loss I have is from his recommendations from the Oxford Club...

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    I might politely disagree about Andy Snyder not having "appeared to be a hustler in the past." Oxford Club has two diff...

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    Yes, Andy Snyder left Oxford Club a year or more ago to set up his own operation (Manward Press), and now everybody and ...

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    Several stock advisors are flogging ownership of physical gold in advance of (a.) a "debt jubilee", (b.) "Modern Monetar...

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    I also got this advert via the Oxford Club. First I was disappointed that the Oxford Club with their reputation will be ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Yes, FoxConn was (and still is) touted by the Oxford Club folks -- the Wisconsin plant was part of the story, though not...

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    Does anyone know what 3:00 stock this Oxford club guy is talking about?...

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    If you like spending your time watching videos and listening to Andy upsell all his financial buddies, buy his outragiou...

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    KJC, I am the "proof" of being "pumped up" from the Oxford Club at about the same time last summer that you heard the sa...

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    I am a new subscriber. 4 month. But I skipped the down slide of market because of other newsletter recommendation. Had ...

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    Agora. Money map. & the Oxford club are. All the same publisher agora different angles on different demograp...

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    As far as me is concerned, any thing smelling at Oxford Club, I say NO THANKS, allthough Marc Lichtenfeld isn´t as bad ...

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    When I started, all the stock I bought was via the oxford club suggestions in Dec. of 2016. They all tanked and then the...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I don't know what's in their portfolio, just what they tease in their ads -- sometimes newsletters pitch a stock in a "s...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    My article's here, they've been touting this one since at least July... https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/oxford-club...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Hi Loretta, they've been pitching that one for about six months now (though the ad gets adjusted slightly every now and ...

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    I watched Alex Green's impressive TedTalk on this secret stock and was hooked. His pitch is all I have been thinking ab...

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    The Oxford Club membership package, which, after reading this article I am reluctant to do, promises information on how ...

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    I've been jumping around all over the place today starting with "Extreme Dividends" Teaser. So I will just comment on th...

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    Lots of bull hockey from Motley Fool newsletters. Wild predictions and they deluge you with come-ons like so many others...

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    Honestly - this review by stockgumshoe lends more credibility to Oxford Clubs Fannie idea - than Oxford Club's own sales...

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    Post did not include my Title: "New Karim Rahemtulla producr". Now with Oxford Club. Thanks, Martin (Irregular Member)...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    That one's at tease of Foxconn that's been blanketing the e-waves since July, I covered it here: https://www.stockgumsho...

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    Thank you Travis, I got this "pump" from Oxford club (ala Green) back in Aug... and then again more recently... so I hav...

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    lburson, I think most of us can relate to your sentiment of "I wish I'd found SG , or a particular article here, sooner....

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    Man, I wish I had come across this page FIRST . Definitely glad to know about this page now. I became a member of th...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    They've been teasing this one since July or so, Alex Green is pitching Hon Hai/Foxconn... ...

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    A $3.00 oddball name stock? must be acquired before Dec. 17 For multi million dollar return. Alex Green, The Oxford Cl...

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    Be careful as this is one of those never-ending subscriptions that don’t cancel when you submit a cancellation request...

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    Do I need to be a member of Oxford club to buy the Alex Green's $3 Single Stock Retirement?...

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    Travis, Steve McDonald of Oxford Club is touting this "Superbond Service" again with outrageous "guaranteed" returns o...

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    Hey Trooper, who are you?, Matthew Carr, or Oxford Club ghost? Your post appears to be a copy of Matthew Carrs' teaser....

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    My Oxford club told me to place my bets on PDYPY. I have taken a position there....

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    If the Oxford Club knew everything they profess, they wouldn't be peddling news letters...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Yep, I covered that one a few weeks back here: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/oxford-club/alex-greens-single-stock...

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    Travis:. Any idea what company the Oxford Club is touting in reference to the $3.00 stock you can retire on? This is in...

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    Ya these guys all seem to be desperate and very greedy with there subscribers. I have tried them all! And they all conti...

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    Have you ever subscribed to the Oxford Club newsletter?...

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    $HNHPF (Can be bought on TD Ameritrade in smaller lots than 1,000 shares) Earl, have you tried reading the article a...

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    Oxford Club and Agora are a bunch of hacks from what I have seen over the years. Check the address on any teaser you get...

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    Hello, Thank you for your feedback. At The Oxford Club we sincerely appreciate member engagement. Especially when it com...

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    oxford club has not provided much a person sign up. it is a scam...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I don't think Hulbert does consistently rank Oxford Club #1. The rankings used to include OC when Hulbert did them for ...

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    I am subscribed to Oxford Club - Why? - No one knows. Their site is so convoluted, incomprehensible and totally impenetr...

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    Globalization is very good for you, isn't it? If a publisher is publicly touting Foxcon with such unequivocal rhetoric, ...

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    I have invested into a dozen or newsletters over the years. Oxford Club was last man standing because of Alex Green's r...

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    Every loser stock in my portfolio is from suggestions from the oxford club. And they don't care if their suggestions are...

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    What’s the secret 3 dollar stock recommended by the Oxford Club?...

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    I agree with your opinion of the Oxford Club. Actually, I have the same opinion for Agora, and "The Money Zone" by Shah ...

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    Hi Helen do you have supper bonds From the Oxford club and how it works Thanks let me know...

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    now it is being pitched by David Baumann at the Oxford Club as part of something called "Momentum Alerts". Just sounds ...

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    The staff at Oxford club aren't stupid but when they tell you to buy a stock that stock already made its run. If you loo...

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    I'm down over #3.000 from Oxford club suggestions since Dec. of 2015. They stink and accept no responsibility for the lo...

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    I was duped into paying for the ticker symbol. when the fact was all I had to do was google the subject matter! I saved ...

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    Happy to know that there is someone else out there who has outed the Oxford Club! Fortuntely, I never joined the "elite"...

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    Won't be a surprise to Travis, or most readers, but Porter Stansberry explained it to me best when he wrote a number of ...

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    Could be anything could be this https://www.ambarella.com/news/121/122/Ambarella-Demonstrates-Its-Fully-Autonomous-Vehic...

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    this is not published by the Oxford Club....

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    How to Master the Art of Intelligent Speculation Alexander Green, Chief Investment Strategist, The Oxford Club https:/...

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    I have been mostly satisfied with The Oxford Club. They are usually way out front...

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    Just to add a little balance to your post - I've been with the Oxford Club for many years and I have made some nice mone...

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    Oxford Club??? If they have such stock hits why are they not in their portfolio. You want to see how good they are look...

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    Hi Travis, I bought a whole bunch of OROCF stock even before Oxford Club promoted it.Do you know what, it looks those f...

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    Bonner and partners, Oxford Club, Casey Report are all scammers. They tout stocks and never give the name as you have to...

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    $EGT.cve, $EGTYF > Oxford Club says you can “Collect Ninefold Gains on the Company That’s Perfected ‘Ultra-Lithiu...

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    Hey DDwheeler i got subuscription to Inside Alert oxford club and Night Trader do you want trade for Altucher Reprt....

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    Money Map and Oxford Club have lost a lot of people a lot of money - look at the above posts. Look at the name of the "g...

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    I am still trying to break even (I am down over $2,000 from buying only 25 shares at a time) from The Oxford Club lightn...

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    #John Nightingale John I have been a Chairman's Circle Member of the Oxford Club since the late 1990's, I have never...

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    Nothing I know of has ever come out of Oxford Club that was advantageous. The Super Bond pitch - like all of their pitc...

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    I have a premier membership in the Oxford Club and need a review of the bond advantage....

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    John, I beg to differ from your assessment of The Oxford Club. I have been a member for over 2 years and my experience w...

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    Way way too much advertising for other Oxford Club publications in which I have absolutely no interest. I consider this ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Sounds like it's maybe a reference to the "Jupiter Engine" pitch that Oxford Club was making earlier in the year -- my c...

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    Hey Rocky054, Been kinda busy with new subscriptions so far I have: Oxford Club (Director's Circle) Altucher Repor...

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    As a member of the Oxford Club for over a decade it is apparent to me that greed has overtaken service by the fabulous r...

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    Thanks for all of your insights here for FREE!! I joined Oxford /club about a yr ago and they do have some "inside" tip...

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    Mr Nightengale, I was dismayed to hear this was your experience with the Club. I show you have been with us since 2004...

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    the entire company is a scam and a fraud-I paid supposedly $1495 last night for the "lightning trend trader" but they ac...

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    I rechecked the tease by Oxford Club. Metal is good old Lithium. Author continues to state that 90+% is located in 4 cou...

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