How Much Is Good Advice Worth?
Posted on Friday, September 9, 2011
How much is good advice worth to you as an investor?
How much would you pay for independent, unbiased recommendations for your stock portfolio? Advice that is free from the conflicts of interest that are rife on Wall Street. Advice that doesn't come from some anonymous Internet chat board or some blustery talking head on television. Advice that's racked up a record of outperforming the overall market, as well as nearly every other stock newsletter, over the past 15 years.
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subscriber Bob G. from Winona, Minnesota, knows the answer. "The Investor Advisory Service more than paid for itself after the selection of a stock from my first issue," he says.
Bob, like the hundreds of other subscribers to the Investor Advisory Service, knows that a single issue of the newsletter can more than pay for itself many times over. With three top-notch stock recommendations in every issue, subscribers can always find at least one new idea that will fit with their current portfolios. And just one of those picks can earn you enough profits to more than cover the cost of your entire year's subscription.
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