Hello, and thanks for checking out my review of Strategic Trader. I first learned about Strategic Trader through a presentation on the Casey Research website called Zero to Retirement Summit featuring Chris Hurt and Dave Forest. In the presentation, Dave talked about an opportunity to make 49X gains in less than a year through “Bezos-backed warrants.” Naturally, I was curious about what he was teasing, so I dug into it further and discovered it was all about investing in a
Author: Tim McKinlay
Imagine making 49 years’ worth of stock market gains in one year. Well, that’s what Dave Forest of Casey Research says is possible in his latest “Zero to Retirement Summit” presentation. And according to Dave, it all has to do with something called warrants. Specifically, “Bezos-backed warrants” that he says Amazon is “forcing” up that could make regular investors who get in by “mid-November” up to 49X returns within a year. Sounds interesting, but is it for real? Well, I
I recently came across a presentation on the Banyan Hill Publishing website featuring investment guru Charles Mizrahi. He was talking about a “secret startup” that makes a “forever battery” that could fuel “a 1,500% surge in EV sales” over the next four years. And, of course, make investors lots of money in the process. What stock is he teasing? And is it a legit opportunity? Well, I did my homework on this, and I’m 99.99% sure I know what company
In a recent presentation on the Banyan Hill Publishing website, Clint Lee says he’s made a “breakthrough discovery” that has the potential to 12X your money in three years. And according to the presentation, it’s as easy as 3, 2, 1… profit. Really? Or is it too good to be true? It’s a bold claim, but I was curious, so I decided to look into Clint Lee’s system to see what it was all about and find out if it’s
Hi, and welcome to my review of Oxford Growth Investor. I discovered this service while looking into a presentation by Matthew Carr recently about what he’s calling the “ultimate growth stock for under $10.” In short, it’s a company that makes microLED screens which he says could make investors big money. And I reveal the stock I believe he’s teasing in the article I just linked to. Anyway, that presentation was used to promote Oxford Growth Investor. So today, I’m
I recently stumbled across a presentation on the Oxford Club website by Matthew Carr, who says Apple is working on a breakthrough technology he calls “The iPhone Mega-Upgrade.” And according to Matthew Carr, there’s a “virtually unknown” company working with Apple that trades for less than $10 a share. And he believes it’s the “ultimate growth stock.” Cool story, but is it true? And what stock is he teasing? That’s what I intend to find out. Let’s start by looking
Hello and welcome to my review of The Power Gauge Report. I discovered this service through a presentation on the Chaikin Analytics website featuring investment guru Marc Chaikin and host Tom Mustin. According to the presentation, the “Power Gauge” system was developed by Mr. Chaikin and analyzes 4,000 different stocks based on 20 technical and fundamental factors. And, as a subscriber of The Power Gauge Report, you get his #1 stock recommendation each month, which he says could “make you
Hello, and welcome. Today we’ll be discussing a presentation from Bob Carlson that claims to help you create a “Second Social Security check.” According to Mr. Carlson, depending on your situation, it could pay you between a few hundred to a few thousand dollars each month, in addition to your regular social security check. Even if the stock market crashes or the economy nosedives. Sounds good, but is it the real deal? Based on my research, it’s not a scam.
Chris Rowe recently released a presentation on the True Market Insiders website about a “technology revolution” he’s calling “Apirion.” In it, he says there are two technologies that form Apirion, which could represent a “$19 trillion opportunity,” and that there are “3 tiny Apirion technology stocks” at the forefront of it. What’s Apirion all about? Is it the real deal? And what “tiny stocks” is he teasing? I was curious to know the answers to these questions, so I decided
In a recent Stansberry Research presentation, Dr. David Eifrig states that America is about to experience one of its most significant inflationary periods in history. And according to Dr. Eifrig, “The New Era Playbook” can help. In short, it’s a report that he and his team have put together on how they believe this “new inflationary era” is likely to play out, and it’s aimed at helping you protect and grow your wealth. In this article, I’ll discuss why Dr.
Hello, and thanks for stopping by. In this post, we’ll be discussing Tim Plaehn’s 36-Month Accelerated Income Plan that he says could help you “generate a $4,804 income stream,” starting with “as little as $25,000.” Is it the real deal? The 36-Month Accelerated Income Plan is essentially a method of investing for high-yield dividend income developed by Tim Plaehn of Investors Alley. And it comes with a $49 subscription to The Dividend Hunter service. Both the “plan” and service are
Brian Tycangco of Stansberry Research recently released a presentation about what he’s calling America’s new “energy breakthrough.” In it, he claims that a “little black box” made by one “tiny American company” with over 200 patents could make you 600% gains or more. Is it legit? Or just hype? Well, I decided to look into Brian’s claims to find out. And in this article, I’ll show you what company I think he’s teasing and give you the rundown on the advisory