Dave Forest at Casey is pitching some lithium ideas, and that’s an area where there are sometimes hot developments that surge higher during manias, so I’ll try to get to that tomorrow — but what I found most appealing, as a lazy investors who loves royalties, was his pitch about buying into copper royalties. So […]
This pretty well sums up the pitch from Dave Forest in recent ads for Casey’s International Speculator ($1,995/yr, no refunds): “I believe these three rare earth stocks are a “lock” to go up 60x over the next few months… turning $500 into $30,000… and $5,000 into $300,000. “Demand is soaring… “Supply is shrinking… “President Trump […]
This ad started running late in 2018, and the article below was first published on February 4, 2019… the ad is sending a lot of questions our way this week and is almost entirely unchanged, and the article below is lightly updated to share some more recent news and developments. The promise in Dave Forest’s […]
The newsletter ad I’m looking at today is from Dave Forest for his Casey International Speculator (currently $1,995, no refunds though you can transfer the “credit” to another newsletter in the first 90 days), which seems to mostly be focused on junior gold miners these days… and that is indeed what’s being pitched today, three […]
We’ll start at the end today, this is from the order form for Casey’s International Speculator… “It’s a $33 billion rollout of liquid electricity across the nation by big business… and several government agencies. It’s a historic opportunity backed by Executive Order 13817, and big fish like Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and Richard Branson […]
Lots of folks have been asking about Dave Forest’s ad for Brandt Oil, which is apparently in every email inbox in the land this week… the ad is for Casey’s International Speculator, which is apparently helmed by Forest now, and for which they’d like to receive $1,995 from you for a year’s subscription (no refunds, […]
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