I haven’t looked at a teaser pitch from Frank Curzio in a long time, and I’ve actually mostly lost interest in his podcast over the past few months, too, though I’ve enjoyed that for years (I think that was probably mostly because the rants kicked up a notch with the election silly season, so I’m […]
Got a Curzio spam the other day touting his newest CVA newsletter pick: And my newest pick could be the best-performing one of them all…It’s an under-the-radar biotech that recently applied for an FDA emergency use authorization. That’s when the government allows a healthcare product to be sold without having to go through the entire […]
“ the company’s CEO… He’s got a stellar track record of growing miners into gold-producing giants… like Kinross Gold, which is now valued at over $6.6 billion… and Placer Dome, which was acquired for $9 billion in 2006.” This is really omthe only clue in his ad.
Curzio teased a little in his show last Friday about a company he went to New York for to do some boots on the groun research. He met with chief of police and spoke of a new weapon that he allowed the police department to demonstrate on him. A new non lethal restraining weapon that […]
My experience in digging through these teaser ads over the past dozen years tells me that the super-expensive “premium” newsletters are no more likely to generate long-term returns than the “entry level” newsletters… but we’re conditioned to associate price with value, and $5,000 newsletters are simply out of reach for so many small investors, so […]
Curzio Venture opportunities is out pumping a $1 stock that has an operational mine that could benefit when China cuts off rare earths (He call it NEO) from the US. If China does cut off its supply, then Curzio thinks the price of the NEO could go up. I think he’s pumping Lynas Australian Mt […]
This article was originally published on March 26, with an immediate deadline at the time… but the ad is now being recirculated by Marin Katusa with a new April 30 deadline, so we’re re-sharing the teaser solution. The meat of the ad is unchanged, and the article that follows is also unchanged… and we’ve left […]
Frank Curzio has one of those “limited time only” opportunities now for a little gold stock, and he has some pretty outlandish returns to entice us… so let’s sort through his clues and see what he’s talking about. The pitch is for his Curzio Venture Opportunities newsletter, which is the back-end “upgrade” newsletter for Curzio […]
This is a teaser pitch that I covered for the Irregulars a few months ago, but several readers have asked me about it over the past day or two, so perhaps it’s making the rounds again — and I thought I’d share that teaser solution and my thoughts with the rest of the gang today. […]
For those who’ve been paying attention, we finally got the expected official Dataram/US Gold name/ticker change…. it’s now U.S. Gold Corp, an the ticker is now USAU. The stock is not moving at the moment, which makes sense — I’d guess that the highest probability near-term news is a secondary offering, which would be negative… […]
I know quite a few folks got to chatting about Bellicum (BLCM) following Ernie Tremblay’s overly heated pitch for the stock last week, covered in the Friday File a week ago… and, well, things so far are going as they often do: Overhype the ad, overpromise some dramatic results from a presentation that’s really much […]
We’ve got a veritable smorgasbord for you this week — first, a quick update on one of our Real Money Portfolio stocks, then I’ll take a very quick look at the “Seven Deals” teased by the new Rick Rule Alliance pitch by the Money Map folks, and, finally, I’ll dig into the little hints that […]
Frank Curzio is pretty close to my age, I think, but has been a newsletter guy for decades — his dad was a newsletter writer, well-known mostly because he accurately predicted the 1987 crash (presumably in his F.X.C. Newsletter) and got pretty consistent attention from the press for a while because of that, and Frank […]
Small cap newsletter from Frank Curzio, high-end newsletter for his Curzio Research service, he says it will focus on early stage opportunities and on private placements to which he can provide access.