Higher-priced newsletter focused on small tech stocks.
It looks like we’ve got another marketing wave from Bonner & Partners coming, this time in service of Jeff Brown’s Near Future Report ($199/yr), and we’re teased about the massive riches available from the advancements in artificial intelligence. And the promises are, of course, huge… here’s a bit of the spiel: “Remember when Apple made […]
With the tech world in China turmoil, it seemed like now might be an interesting time to dig into the latest teaser pitch from Jeff Brown about his “brand-new 5G device” that he thinks everyone will have to buy. The ad started running last week, when Brown made a “live presentation” at the Shubert Theatre […]
The ad we’re looking at today starts out with all sorts of braggadocio about how Jeff Brown at Bonner & Partners is “arrogant” or “pompous” and “egocentric” and “in your face,” and in general just not a very nice guy… the headline is “America’s Most Arrogant Investor.” That’s all malarkey — I don’t care whether […]
I haven’t written about this particular ad, but I have seen it circulating over the past couple months… and the questions keep rolling in, so I guess the ad’s still in pretty heavy rotation and it’s time to get some answers for you. The pitch is for Jeff Brown’s The Near Future Report ($99/yr “on […]
I’ve been mostly sitting on the sidelines during the “Crypto Mania” this year, because, well, anything “manic” makes me nervous and I still haven’t been able to come up with a rational price argument for any cryptocurrency…. … so I haven’t recently dug into all of the recent “Amazon is going to choose a cryptocurrency […]
This is shaping up to be “bitcoin week” here at Stock Gumshoe — I wrote a bit more about my (befuddled and pessimistic) opinion about bitcoin itself late last week, and we got things rolling on Monday with David Gardner’s “bitcoin backdoor” stock… … and today, we move on to Jeff Brown at Bonner and […]
It’s time for the parade of “what’s in the next iPhone” pitches to begin, I suppose… And actually, we’re a little late — the prognosticating about the next Apple supplier to make you rich usually starts before this point, just a few weeks before the next product announcement, so perhaps that investing theme has lost […]
Jeff Brown over at Bonner and Partners is launching a new newsletter called The Near Future Report, which sounds like it’s the “entry level” letter (currently offered at $75) to go with his pricier Exponential Tech Investor, and the first bait they’re dangling for new subscribers is a fat, juicy promise of a stock that […]
Service that picks tech stocks, launched in 2017 — ads say that “you don’t have to know what’s going to happen miles down the road to get rich on tech stocks. You only need to know what’s coming right around the corner.” Brown also edits the (much) more expensive Exponential Tech Investor focused on smaller […]
“Real Money” portfolio with the Bonner family’s money, guided by the investment decisions from Chris Mayer — generally more conservative and longer-term than Chris Mayer’s Focus from the same publisher.
I’ve had a bunch of readers asking me to look at the ads for Chris Mayer’s new service, so that’s the plan today. We don’t usually see ads for newsletters that cite Stock Gumshoe, so that also helped catch my eye when I was browsing ads and deciding which teaser pitch to cover recently — […]
New investment advisory (2016) from Chris Mayer, investments Mayer recommends will be followed with real money from Bill Bonner and Mark Ford. Chris generally has a “value” focus and emphasized insider ownership, asset value, and strong and simple business models.
Bonner & Partners, which is yet another spinoff of Bill Bonner’s Agora publishing empire, has beefed up its newsletter offering a bit by launching a new newsletter that’s seems like it’s in the same vein as Agora’s Breakthrough Technology Alert — an expensive letter focused on new technologies and, more specifically, on the early stage […]
High-priced monthly newsletter that recommends stocks they think have “breakthrough” technology and high growth prospects. Brown also edits the lower-priced Near Future Report that seems to focus on larger or more established companies.
General newsletter that picks stocks and talks about “building wealth from scratch”, Copeland was formerly an editor for some Stansberry newsletters. Published from 2014 to 2015 before being canceled, Copeland does not seem to have moved on to another newsletter as of 2017.