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I don't think the newsletters are worth the price. Foolish advice is much less costly and probably more reliable. Beyond that, read a good newspaper and think about the likes of: Wall Street Journal, Barrons, Business Week and a good newsmagazine or two.

The lists of new highs, and the on line charting and news services are probably much more valuable than any newsletter in my view. Otherwise, keep an eye on whats happening in the financial and business communities and formulate your own strategies. If you rely on newsletters, you can easily become sheep to be shorn.
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