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I consider their newsletters to be expensive, so I am trying to decide if I should invest in one of them or not. What do you guys think?

I wouldn't pay money for them, not even a penny. I don't even read the junk they send out via e-mail for free. The Garders don't know more than anyone else, which is to say that they don't know much. I read a variety of free financial sites. Taken together, I get a good idea what the guessers of the world are thinking. Why pay for guesses. If you want to retire or stay retired, you should have a long-term investment plan that doesn't change based on what someone else like the Gardners might have to say. Good luck.
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