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    I have been reading this newsletter for 8 years and I couldn't be more impressed. Chris is a phenomenal writer and inve...

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    Wouldn't it depend on what your goal is? If you want yield, you wouldn't want growth stocks or stock options, would you?...

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    Chris Weber's Global Opportunities Letter is by far the best. I have subscribed to many newsletters, but only Chris Webe...

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    I am a paid subscriber to Chris Weber. I am renewing today. His advise is excellent. He always gives backup plans in ...

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    To me, Chris Weber is one of my mentors. One of the main investment voices I listen to and respect. He is very conservat...

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    I subscribed to the Chris Weber Global Newsletter in Feb 2011 for $250. Every month they are SUPPOSED to send your month...

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    Chris Weber works thru the Aden Sisters and charges $249/yr refundable during the first 3 mos (less a small fee for bei...

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    I HAVE READ THE LAST 4 ENTRIES SINCE MY LAST COMMENT WHICH WAS OCT 1ST AND THEY ARE LAUGHABLE! I TOO SAT IN THE BLEACHER...

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    I subscribed to Webber's Opportunities Report, mainly based on the glowing reviews received here. So far in my six issu...

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    First of all - why are all these reviews here from people who state they do not subscribe and have not even read anythin...

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    Hi, Folks, The comments below relate to Steve, who had recently asked for help in the “Chris Weber..” review, ...

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    Just a follow on comment about Chris Weber. I found a reference this morning to a current interview with him where it's ...

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    I have not assigned any ratings to Chris Weber because I've never been a subscriber and have literally not read a single...

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    It is now January 1, 2010, and I see that no one has followed up on Raman (above) - other than Mr "Chris Weber" himself....

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    In answer to Raman, above, it is not a coincendence. A reader told me about this site in early February, and in my mid-F...

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    Hi Travis, I was reaing the reiew of Newsletters and Top one seems to be one from Chris Weber - I am interested to kn...

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    Like most of the rest of the reviews, I lost money on the recommendations. Cancelled that, joined the Foundation Allianc...

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    I could tell after reading the first issue that this newsletter is a "keeper." But I waited about 6 months before post...

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    Thanks everyone. I too get Martin's free email service. His MCP was too dear for me @ $1,500. Some people however, did c...

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    Having just vented on Currency Options Insider as a complete waste of money with terrible customer service, I felt I sh...

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    I posted this too late yesterday & your full reply is also on yesterdays post Travis. I wasn't aware that Porter Sta...

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    AMX is the one that Alex Green picked Travis, I have the hard copy of their 19 page intro, it's FREE for 30 days to anyo...

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    I have subscribed for greater than 5 years Chris Weber provides a great overview of the markets. Crux of investment advi...

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    I have subscribed to the Weber Global Opportunities Report for four years and look forward to reading each issue. I find...

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    I like the way Chris Weber explains his analysis. I like it that this news letter isn't selling more newsletters. I li...

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    I consider The Weber Opportunities Report to be a stellar newsletter and have recommended it to many people. I also str...

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    The Weber Global Opportunities Report Written by Chris Weber I take 5 newsletters from Doug Casey, one from Dr. Stev...

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    Hi Beowulf, Leverage by itself is not a bad thing. However, it's like giving a toddler a cigarette lighter. There are ...

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    Not keen on AKNS - currently playing China's SOLF and SOL. What is your insight on Chris Weber and his investment str...

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