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Complaint Review: Mauldin Economics/ John Mauldin
Mauldin Economics/ John Mauldinwww.mauldineconomics.com, Texas USA
Mauldin Economics/ John Mauldin Yield Shark Fraud www.mauldineconomics.com Texas
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Yield Shark is a fraud. Mauldin Economics advertises this as a letter to gain yield, but it is no more than a tip sheet for highly speculative stocks some of which carry a relatively large dividend, but with at best a spotty record of payment. Beware!!! if you buy this rag your tips are speculative and you are shark bait not the shark. Also the news letter has a habit of reporting it's calls in the best light and the reccommended stops lead to much worse losses than indicated. Some of the stock reccommended did report gains, but the reccommended stops are useless and actual trading results will bew much different than claimed. If Mauldin's advice to qualified investors is the same as this newsletter run like hell. Mauldin offers for free an interesting set of counter points to liberal economics and is thus useful though as predjudiced as the liberal viewpoint . His crew includes Goldbugs and the like, and they provide me withg a good counterweight to the liberla economic view, but their stock picking and calimed results leave a lot to be desired.
The newsletter is not worth the money. One "tip' cost me a 50% loss, but the news letter calimed only a small loss. Not possible in real world trading.
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