Evaluating Paid Investing Newsletters

Types of Newsletters Any analysis of investment newsletters must begin with an identification of what type of investing is being considered. Broadly speaking, investment newsletters might be broken up into the following categories: individual stock recommendations, market trading strategies, overall market/economic commentary and...

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The Four Best Investment Newsletters for Funds

All of my favorites have delivered superior risk-adjusted returns over the long haul. By Steven Goldberg, November 18, 2014 Most investment newsletters are worthless. What’s worse, some are dangerous to your financial health. But a handful are first-rate. Thanks to the work of Mark Hulbert, editor of the Hulbert Financial...

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10 Investment Newsletters to Read Besides Buffett’s

These stock pickers have outperformed Berkshire Hathaway over the past 15 years By MARK HULBERT CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (MarketWatch) — Warren Buffett is not the only investor who publishes a must-read newsletter. It seems almost sacrilegious to point this out at a time when the rest of the investment community is fawning...

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Time to Admit that Gold Peaked in 2011? Jeff Clark of BIG GOLD

Have you seen this “real price of gold” chart that’s been making waves? Among other things, it purports to show the gold price adjusted for inflation over the past 223 years. Notice the 1980 vs. 2011 levels. The chart makes it seem that on an inflation-adjusted basis, gold has matched its 1980 peak in 2011, or nearly so. A...

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Are Investment Newsletters Worth the Money?

Many investors are tempted to sign up for one of the hundreds of investment newsletters available, but a bit skeptical on whether it will be worth the money.  Often times you are asked to fork over $300 or more up front for an annual subscription, so picking the right newsletter is critical.  This is exactly where Stock Newsletter...

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