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  • ulostitall ulostitall Aug 16, 2007 9:33 PM Flag

    Robert HSU dumps HMIN!


    Oh well, expect a selloff tomorrow

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    • he has been very good but definitely not perfect. he advised to buys hmin in the 40's. tomo and kong too.

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      • Yes, I have subscribed to both newsletters and now only take the cheaper one. Tried to take advantage of the "money back guarantee if you're not satisfied" for the expensive one and the pub co who pimps his stuff refused stating that the money back offer was not in the sign-up contract - so beware. I agree about his lack of good sell advice and have been burned because of it, e.g. TOMO. He seems to come thru with "sell" after the horse has left the barn. There was no reply to email to his office after I complained about his not using the "flash alert" to notify. But, that said, he has some good picks and if one can get in early after his recommendations you can make some money. LDK an example - one of many. Just can't expect somebody else to manage your account and some of us learn that the hard way!

    • I had his newsletter for a year and he's had some good recommendations. However, he's been consistently wrong in his sell advice. It seems he's good at picking stocks, but doesn't advise very well of when to sell! LVS in China Profits he recommended selling LVS at $79 > Now over $100.00. Also recommended selling Sndk in low $40's now around $55. BHP at $38 now $66. However in his higher priced newsletter he tells his customers to buy some of these stocks that he told his lower price newsletter to sell. Again, he made some good recommendations, but his sell recommendations have been bad. I'm also nervous he's getting greedy of course wanting the higher price newsletter to perform better than the lower priced one.

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