The Bleeding Edge: Legit Jeff Brown Newsletter or Scam?

The Bleeding Edge is a free email newsletter edited by Jeff Brown of Brownstone Research focused on emerging technology and investment trends Jeff is following.

In particular, Jeff and his team track “bleeding edge” (AKA cutting edge) trends. The idea is to keep readers abreast of breakthrough technologies, emerging trends, and the top tech headlines.

The newsletters are delivered via email, but each newsletter is also available in article format on the Brownstone Research website, which are typically released daily.

Is it legit and worthwhile?

Yes, I do believe the Bleeding Edge newsletter is legit. I first came across it while researching Jeff Brown’s 2022 predictions, and I’ve found the content to be genuinely informative. So there’s nothing about it that would make me consider it a scam, especially since it’s free.

However, whether or not Jeff’s insights will help you profit as an investor is another story. And he does run numerous paid advisory services, too. So you will likely see promotions about those if you spend enough time on the site.

In any case, let’s take a closer look at what the newsletter is about, how it works, and what to expect if you decide to sign up, starting with the man behind it, Jeff Brown.

Who Is Jeff Brown?

First and foremost, Jeff Brown is a technology expert.

According to his Brownstone Research profile, Jeff spent 25 years as a high-technology executive, working for the likes of Qualcomm, NXP Semiconductors, and Juniper Networks.

And during that time, he gained experience in a range of technologies from broadcasting, semiconductors, and IT networking to automotive, consumer electronics, and security.

He’s also an angel investor (AKA private investor), a term used to describe high-net-worth individuals who back startups financially.

In particular, Jeff helps early-stage technology companies get up and running. And, according to Brownstone Research, he’s built companies that generate hundreds of millions of dollars from the ground up. So he seems to have a lot of experience in running tech companies.

Another thing that stands out with Jeff Brown compared to other finance gurus is that he spent two decades living and working in Tokyo, Japan. So he brings a global perspective to the insights he shares with readers of The Bleeding Edge newsletter.

As mentioned, Jeff Brown runs numerous paid advisory services, too. And he does this through a financial publishing company he founded called Brownstone Research.

His flagship advisory is called The Near Future Report. This service costs $49 per year depending on where you join and is focused on large-cap growth stocks in the tech sector. And he’s the editor of five other services, too, which cost between $4,000 to $5,000 a pop.

How have his stock picks worked out for subscribers?

Ultimately, how well Jeff’s subscribers have done by following his stock picks depends on which service they’ve joined and how well the service has performed on average over time.

However, Jeff Brown has recommended many good opportunities over the years based on my research. For example, he was early on companies like Nvidia, AMD, and Tesla and recommended bitcoin when it was trading for $240 per coin.

Of course, that doesn’t mean all his picks have been winners. They haven’t. But Jeff is an expert at what he does and someone who shares helpful insights with his followers, especially when it comes to tech-related investments.

What Is The Bleeding Edge?

The Bleeding Edge is an email newsletter you can join for free through the Brownstone Research website that gives you access to regular investment insights from Jeff Brown.

You can also access The Bleeding Edge content for free on the Brownstone Research website without signing up. All you need to do is visit the site and read the blog posts.

The topics Bleeding Edge covers vary, as do the contributors, but most of the content is written by Jeff Brown and focuses on technology-related investments.

For example, the topics the Bleeding Edge newsletter has covered over the past month include 5G, cybersecurity, crypto, the metaverse, self-driving cars, and Jeff Brown’s Prediction Series, which walks you through his investment predictions for the year ahead.

I’ve also seen some articles on the site from Brownstone Research’s Jason Bodner and Palm Beach Research Group’s Teeka Tiwari, another popular finance guru in the space.

I haven’t read every post the Bleeding Edge has published. However, overall, based on what I have read, I’ve found the content to be informative and worth reading.

I’ve also noticed some promotions. But at the end of the day, Brownstone Research is a company that sells paid newsletter subscriptions, so that didn’t surprise me. Nor do I feel it has taken away from the value of the content; it’s simply part of the company’s business model.

What Is Jeff Brown’s Bleeding Edge Buy Alert?

Another thing I wanted to discuss in this post is a presentation on the Brownstone Research I recently stumbled across by Jeff Brown dubbed the “Bleeding Edge Buy-Alert.”

To be clear, this isn’t related to the Bleeding Edge newsletter or blog; it’s a presentation he released about a “bleeding edge” investment he’s currently recommending.

However, given the name of the presentation, and considering you might come across this presentation as a subscriber of the newsletter, I thought this was worth discussing.

What company is he teasing?

Jeff says he’s interested in a micro-cap company that could be the “target of a lucrative buyout” and that he “wouldn’t be surprised if this micro-cap soars 50X.”

He doesn’t reveal the name of the company, but he does say that the company he’s interested in has developed a new microelectronic device that could be critical to 5G.

“And this is why I believe the opportunity staring you in the eyeballs today is historic.”

“Because of the type of microelectronic device this micro-cap makes…”

“Will be a linchpin of 5G and the next evolution.”

“Literally, the technologies of the future cannot function without it.”

He also talks about how the company’s technology could benefit new WiFi technologies like WiFi 6 and that, between 5G and WiFi 6, the small-cap he’s interested in could “unlock the technologies of the future” and “power the next evolution of the internet.”

Here’s a summary of the remaining clues Jeff shares in the presentation:

“For starters, each chip is manufactured using proprietary, high-purity, piezo-electric materials perfectly suited for 5G. Delivering more power, more data, and more speed.”

“Next, they’ve developed a unique wafer fabrication process that offers high levels of customization and chip-scale capabilities.”

“Additionally, their factory sits on over 50 acres… allowing for ongoing expansion without the need to purchase additional land.”

“They’ve developed a proprietary technology that makes it possible for 5G and Wi-Fi 6 devices to handle higher frequencies and power.”

So, what company is Jeff Brown teasing?

Well, after digging through these clues and scouring the internet for anything that matched, I think it could be Akoustis Technologies (AKTS).

According to the company website, Akoustis develops solutions for WiFi and 5G infrastructure. And, while I’m no expert on this technology, the way the company describes itself is a close match with what Jeff talked about in the Bleeding Edge Buy Alert presentation.

The other clues seem to fit, too.

For example, according to a 2017 press release, Akoustis acquired a 57-acre property associated with their New York wafer manufacturing facility. It had 47 patents and 78 patents pending as of April 2021. And its market cap is just over $323 million as of writing.

So, I think this is the company Jeff is interested in. However, that’s just my best guess. If you want to know for sure what company Jeff Brown is teasing and get his research on it, the details are in a report titled “The Buyout Report.”

Jeff also mentions two other opportunities he’s interested in. One he reveals in a report called “Convergence: The Small Cap Company Using AI to Discover Drugs.” And the other investment he details in a report titled “The Million Dollar Portfolio.”

There’s a “catch,” though; you need to join his advisory service to get these reports.

This is common in the financial education space; investment gurus like Jeff Brown talk about an opportunity they’re interested in and share it in a report that comes as a bonus for joining one of their paid advisories. In this case, the service he’s pitching is Exponential Tech Investor, which costs $2,000 for a 12-month subscription.

In any case, you don’t need to buy anything to access the Bleeding Edge newsletter. I just thought I would mention this presentation given the name and because, as you spend time reading the newsletter, you will inevitably see these types of promotions. You may even see this very “Bleeding Edge Buy-Alert” presentation at some point.

Bottom Line: Is The Bleeding Edge Worth It?

The Bleeding Edge newsletter is a tech-focused newsletter that features insights from investment guru Jeff Brown and others like Jason Bodner and Teeka Tiwari.

Considering it’s free and, in my opinion, provides genuinely helpful information on the economy and financial markets, it could be worthwhile reading. Especially if you’re interested in the technology space and want to learn about technology-related investments.

At the very least, it’s not a scam. You literally don’t have to pay anything to access the articles, and they could be helpful over time.

The only caveat is that you should expect the odd “promo article” designed to pitch a paid advisory service he runs or one his colleagues run. And throughout the articles, you may notice ads designed to promote these services.

Aso, if you choose to get the newsletters via email instead of simply reading the blog, you could end up getting more emails than you bargained for. But Brownstone Research is a legitimate company, so they provide the option to opt-out if you no longer want to receive the emails.

In any case, what you decide from here is up to you. I hope you found my take helpful, and if you’d like to share your thoughts on this newsletter, leave a comment below.

2 thoughts on “The Bleeding Edge: Legit Jeff Brown Newsletter or Scam?”

  1. I am being ripped off by Jeff Brown. I canceled my enrollment in whatever I enrolled in with him within the time period allotted and I my credit card is still being billed. Please correct this. Thank you.

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