Steve McDonald made some friends in the world of Gumshoe a few years ago, when his income-focused advisory The Bond Trader was doing pretty well. He moved on from that to a service with a similar strategy for the Oxford Club folks called Oxford Bond Advantage, and he’s now pitching that newsletter by tantalizing readers […]
For our edutainment today we’re sniffing out the solution to the latest teaser ad from the Oxford Club — Steve McDonald, one of their analysts, spins a long story about cybersecurity that reminds us of several other past ditigal security teasers. Not that there’s anything wrong with that — this is, by all accounts, one […]
Newsletter focusing on corporate bonds — usually investment grade or nearly, and relatively short term. Follows same strategy as his previous letter from another publisher, The Bond Trader.
That’s the headline of the latest ad for the Oxford Club, which is teasing us with a special report on the “Black Ops Resource” and the huge wealth it will create for you and yours. And no, you can’t be cynical yet — it’s only January 5th, for pete’s sake! Let’s read the ad with […]
Service that recommends corporate bonds, usually at the low end of investment grade. Not currently publishing as of Fall 2011, succeeded by the similar Oxford Bond Advantage from a different publisher.
“This is the only buy-and-hold strategy that REALLY WORKS. If you’ve lost money in the stock market, and want a safe way to rebuild your portfolio, then these “payment-on-demand” certificates might be exactly what you need.” That’s the promise behind the latest offer from The Bond Trader … which will tell you, even if you […]
Steve McDonald is trying to get us to subscribe to his Sound Profits newsletter by telling us that he’ll share the “Rabbi’s Secret” for making money in the markets. Now, in my experience McDonalds rarely have Rabbis — but it sounds like this is all based on a cute nickname for a broker that worked […]
“It doesn’t involve Stocks… Government Bonds… Currencies… or even Options.” Steve McDonald wants to sell us a service that will help select safe investments. The ad says that “back testing the strategy to 1920 proved that it was 99.77% risk-free.” Is that kind of return really possible … or, more importantly, is it likely? And what is he talking about?