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Lovelace L.

Lafayette Parish, United States

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1 Review by Lovelace

3/31/21

Here is a message that I sent to Sunshine Profits recently:
"I have come to really value your perfect mixture of technical and fundamental market analysis. I have told everyone I know how valuable your newsletter is and how hard you work to earn the more than reasonable fee."
I have been trading the markets since before the Dot Com bubble so I'm pretty familiar with its fickle and sometimes unpredictable behavior. I've read many newsletters over the years but this one is by far the best I've ever seen. As I mentioned above, what I really appreciate about it is the complimentary marriage of both technical and fundamental analysis. To me, technical analysis is the WHAT and fundamental analysis is the WHY - and Mr Radomski does a very thorough job of covering both and blending them together for a more complete understanding of the forces acting on a particular sector, ETF or stock. His flagship letter that comes out every Monday is an exhaustive compilation and analysis of those forces as well as specific ETF considerations with price entry and exit points. I'm sure it takes many hours of research and writing to produce it... and, then, there are additional letters produced every Tuesday through Friday as follow-ups discussing the market's progress as it relates to his predictions. Also, there are occasional intra-day alerts if something of unusual importance occurs - and, he takes the time to answer all questions asked by his subscribers.
I don't understand how anyone could not find this newsletter helpful unless, possibly, you're trading such small amounts that you could not justify it's cost. Of course, there are always those people who think that ANYONE can predict the markets with 100% accuracy and be ALWAYS and INSTANTLY right about every move. These people have unrealistic expectations and really should consider having someone else manage their money for them. This game is not for them.
All that can reasonably be expected is to analyze the market forces acting on a particular product and attempt to predict the PROBABILITY of it moving one way or the other. In my particular case, Mr Radomski has been right on the money nearly every single time - and, even when he is off a bit, you still can't fault the logic in his approach.
His newsletter has paid for itself many times over and, as long as I am managing my own money, I will certainly continue to subscribe to it.

Tip for consumers:
The depth and amount of data in the newsletter.

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