Saturday, June 4, 2011
Subscription Trading Service
PLEASE NOTE: This blog post has been changed significantly since its original publication. I will update/change it again if I think it is needed to show more recent work that may be of interest to potential subscribers.
I believe most of one's long-term investment money should be held in physical Gold until the Dow to Gold ratio hits 2, and we may well go below 1 this cycle. However, I also enjoy trading and have become good enough at it that I feel I have something to offer in that vast niche known as "paid investment advice." I am not a registered financial advisor or stockbroker (thank goodness!), so it is via the newsletter format that I aim to throw my hat into the ring.
I plan to make subscribers to my trading service lots of money the old-fashioned way: through hard work and good risk management. My skill is not marketing, it is market analysis. I think I can make people a lot of money, which is the only reason I feel comfortable offering this service. No hype, just performance.
Please see this blog post for a recent call made at the end of 2011 - a sample weekly letter is embedded within this post.
Here is an older update sent out to subscribers on June 12, 2011:
Gold Versus Paper June 12 2011 - Interim Update
Over the next few days, two "trade trigger alerts" were sent out via email: one to buy a 50% position in the NUGT ETF with a limit price of $28.20 and one to buy the remaining 50% position in the NUGT ETF with a limit price of $26.50, the latter alert sent out on the day of the low. This yielded an average buy price of $27.35 or less. The actual low was $26.10.
Here's a follow-up weekly letter sent to subscribers on June 17, 2010:
Gold Versus Paper June 17 2011 Letter
After making good money on the recommended Gold stocks trade, we switched to Gold later in the summer and made a bunch of money on the way to Gold's top at the end of the summer of 2011. We then stepped aside from the PM sector until the end of December, when the call to go long was made.
I will leave it up to you to determine whether or not this information is valuable. After all, it is your money and your capital at risk. Lastly, here's a little background on the service and the person behind it for those interested:
Who is This Guy Behind Gold Versus Paper
The blog will continue but specific trading recommendations and more in-depth analysis will now be reserved for subscribers. Simply click on the "Buy Now" button on the side bar to the right if you are interested. All materials and communication are sent via email - there is no website or password involved.