Topic Archives: St. Joe (JOE)

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 […]

A quick note for you during the lunch break for today’s congress: I heard some very good presentations backed up by stupendously thorough analysis this morning, including a great presentation by Kyle Bass on Japan’s debt and the debt of other heavily leveraged countries, and an argument from Michael Kao that the convertible bonds of […]

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    Travis, I cannot thank you enough for your articles. I cannot read all of them for luck of time but I thoroughly enjo...

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    I subscribed to the charter offer for the sole reason of zero risk and to get access to his video course being offered t...

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    Asked this question in another post but figured I'll ask it again here. Whitney Tilson is offering a new flagship news...

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    Forgot to mention their Charter lifetime membership pricing was $5000 with a $199 maintenance fee....

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    Completely agree that the $2500 promotional pricing (and especially $5000 annual) for Whitney's flagship offering is ou...

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    For whatever this is info is worth, Whitney Tilson -- allegedly considered by peers and politicians as a "prophet" of Wa...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    The only analysis I've read recently on EXAS was negative, the short argument made by Whitney Tilson and others, and I k...

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    YOU ARE LUCKY YOU COULDNT BUY. QCOR BUY OUT. Whitney Tilson talked twice, for a total of about four hours (he’...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    They're too small to have any real analyst coverage -- even if there was an analyst on this little name, odds are good t...

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    I was kinda interested until you mentioned Whitney Tilson. Banks are too big to fail, but that doesn't mean that they c...

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