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  • golfungal golfungal May 9, 2006 8:11 AM Flag

    onan_2004 newsletter info

    onan_2004,

    Thanks for the information in your post. I followed a couple of links and ended up on the home page for CanadianEdge.com. It looks quite interesting. (I own several CRT's in a few portfolios and am always looking for sources of good information.) I would like to find out more about subscribing, but the site does not seem to respond when I go to "subscriber information". Do you know much about the newsletter? What is the cost? How often do they publish? How often do they update? Have you (or anyone else) had good or bad experiences with it?

    TIA for any info. Good investing.

    Best regards,
    GFG

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    • I have the answer to the analyst problem.
      My extensive study proves that;-
      1) The analysts I look at never agee.
      2)If they did, the price of the stock would immediately move out of reach anyway.
      3) If one of them really knew how to do it, he wouldn't waste time sharing it with you and me.
      Way out? I just find one who likes my stock and then I feel OK.

    • Right on! ,

      who cares what those idiot analyasses say. Anyone following those guys are a sure fire way for loosing money in the market. It's a waste of an investors precious time.
      I gave up on them after the Enron debacle, they were touting it until the day it went belly up.

    • Golf -
      I tried it for a few months. Thought there are lots better and less expensive. He does not like AAV, which I do, so we had a disagreement right off the bat. He likes CanRoys kind of irrespective of dividend, more like plain old investments. It's been a few months, but I think he likes PGH, PVT and ERF (on that last one, who doesn't, but it's a relatively low payer). He's lukewarm on my favorites - HTE, PWI and AAV. So I dropped it after a while and stick with ChangeWave, because they give you a lot broader look.

      • 1 Reply to usnavy55
      • usnavy55,

        Thank you for your polite and informative reply. I recognize your alias from other high yield message boards and have respect for your opinions. I do not post very often--too many hateful posters out there who like nothing better than to be offensive for lack of a productive life. Anyway, had heard and read so many conflicting opinions on Tobin that I had never explored Changewave. I did so today and found the rate(s) quite reasonable and it does seem to fill a gap for information. The only thing that I don't like is that you have no option but automatic renewal. (I know they say you can cancel, but I fight this battle every year with the WSJ--why do they offer better deals to strangers than to long-time subscribers?.....hmmmmmmmmmmm.) Subscribed to Bull Market Report for quite a long time--must say I profited from the experience but then they began to charge for letters on all the individual sectors and it became a bit much. (especially for a newsletter that started off to be free.)
        Biggest mistake (maybe) that I ever made was to panic and sell ERF in December of '04. I had held it for several years and fell for the old "there's nothing wrong with taking a profit" chant. I keep track of all my old portfolios and I sometimes think that I should spend more time on the golf course and less time on the computer...........
        Good investing to you. Will look for your posts.
        Best regards,
        GFG
        PS Have never been able to buy ERF (when I had money) back for less than I sold it--I think there is a lesson to be learned here........

 
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