Triple digit gains on your investments ???

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  1. capt.sparrow

    capt.sparrow New Member

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    I assume that most of you are familiar with Port Phillip Publishing?

    I am a regular reader of their daily Money Morning and Daily Reckoning news letters. I note that their subscription services offer very good returns on the investment advice given, eg typically between 30% and 400% gains seem to be quite common!

    I'd like to know from those of you who have tried them out how you find their subscription services? And if you reckon the results they advertise are typical?
     
  2. wrcmad

    wrcmad Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Phiber Active Member Silver Stacker

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    I would be weary of any service claiming to offer 30-40% ROI.
    Screams dodgy to be.
     
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    Stick Framer New Member

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    The only gains I'm seeing is in their own profits as I'm still awaiting any gains after taking up a subscription in Dec, so far I've sold out 5 "stock tips" at a 50% loss, (which if what they state in their advice, stop loss at 50% of entry price)

    Also funny that the newsletter is dated either at 10am and hits my email at 4pm or the day after?

    I have a separate spreadsheet of their tips from the date I started which is currently -27.21%, although I haven't added the last three months tips

    If your looking for the massive gains they state try tattslotto
     
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    First find out what exactly they are willing to do with your money...

    Then: do they offer some sort of a (believable and certain) guarantee?
     

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