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Maria S.

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6 Reviews by Maria


The stock screener is great as it has technical analysis filters as well as filters based on fundamental analysis. The screener is very easy to use and I usually go there to compile an initial list of stocks.


When it comes to financial news, one article says te market is going up and then the very next minute it says the market is going down. I go to this site to get info on what I should not be doing. If they say buy I usually wait for the stock to pullback or avoid it. In terms of the market, they have been wrong but they are not as bad as the street, which is full of ads and its impossible to read an article without going nuts


If you are looking for a free source with great charts, this is the place. The great TA studies are an added bonus. Only small gripe is I wish they would provide 10 years charts for free

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I have been with them for over two years now and for once I can say that the money spent with has been money spent well. Their customer service continues to amaze me. It is very rare to find this type of customer service in the Financial newsletter arena. They actually care and go out of their way to ensure they have answered all your questions. In fact, I was surprised that they even followed up to make sure all was well.

As for the stock picks, I am a happy camper. Not all of the stock picks work out, but their strict rules of entry and exit ensure that you end up with far more winners than losers. They have a very disciplined methodology when it comes to buying and selling and this limits the downside and provides one with great upside potential.

For example, they rarely buy a stock at the current price. Instead, they wait for the stock to pullback to key levels that are determined by their risk to reward models. Another interesting factor is that use very long-term charts to identify new plays and their focus is on finding strong plays that are trading in the extremely oversold ranges. One recent example is EDUC and VIPS, they tracked EDUC for a year before issuing entry points and in less than five months I booked over 100% in gains. The same technique was applied to VIPS and I locked in over 70%. I am only talking about 2018.

For new subscribers, I would suggest you go over their welcome package slowly. Then read the relevant sections they recommend and spend 1-2 months paper trading depending on your experience. I paper traded for 3 months.

I really love the way they use mass psychology and market sentiment to determine market trends.

A Great site for Novice and Seasoned Investors
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I have subscribed to several dozen newsletter websites over the years. The recurring theme is almost always the same. Over promise and under deliver. I was pleasantly surprised with the Tactical Investor. They seem to take a measured approach to investing and avoid the flamboyant route of over promising and under delivering. They have a wonderful way of combining psychology and technical analysis and this information is delivered in a manner that I found highly palatable and easy to assimilate.

The site is also filled with a plethora of articles by Sol Palha, very interesting sayings, numerous free resources. To sum up, after being with them for five months so far, I am a pretty happy camper

Tip for consumers:
I would spend some time on the site, as it will help you understand their investing ideology. There is more than enough information on the site to help you determine if it's for you or not.


While the customer service is great, its not a good place for business as they get hammered. Secondly they have too many fakes on the site, sure I can get my money back, but I dont want to have to go through the hassle. I want to buy a product that is great not one that looks great but works terribly. Now overseas firms are hiring SEO specialists that game the system and allow inferior products to rank higher or at least thats my take. This means a company can make a knockoff product sell it for ¼ of the price and rank higher. Who do you think the average Joe is going to buy from? Amazon needs to go after counterfeiters with a bigger stick


Too many click-bait articles, the title has nothing to with the subject matter. Its really annoying when the title says A but the subject discusses B and they have nothing in common. Yahoo finance is a better source as is talkmarkets.com
For those looking for something contrarian then tacticalinvestor.com is quite a good source for financial insights but as they dont follow the conventional line of thinking.
A good place for finding stock data as in a screener is finviz.com

Maria Has Earned 64 Votes

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