Anyone know of such service?any reccomendations?ThanksAdi101
I'm sure there are folks around who could give you the names of various newsletters. Just google a little bit and you'll come up with a bunch.One service at least worth considering is Morningstar. While they don't have the same portfolio based service with recommendations, I've found (when I do a free trial of their premium service now and again) that they do cover international stocks, including quite a number of mid and small caps. Cheers,J
Anyone know of such service?Well, of course, do not forget Nathan’s new real-money site on the MF free boards. As you know, he is very meticulous and careful, and I would not be at all surprised to see his boards take on a life of their own. And, if he develops a community, as he should by merit, I am pretty sure he will be leaning over backward to discuss stocks of interest to that community (he always has in the past).I would be nervous relying solely on Morningstar for analysis of foreign stocks, although as one of several sources of input they would be excellent, at least for large cap companies.In addition, I really like Roger Conrad’s Canadian Edge:http://www.canadianedge.com/with further research for those Canadian stocks being pretty easy on the Toronto Stock Exchange site:http://www.tmx.com/Conrad also coedits the Aussie Edge newsletter, much newer and less time-tested, but certainly helpful:http://www.aussieedge.com/Which should be augmented by follow up and research on the Australian (Sydney) stock exchange site:http://www.asx.com.au/Good luck!RichWho is starting to formulate a huge conspiracy theory, the essence of which is that the MDP advisors are, like the Whole Foods CEO did a while ago, adopting aliases and participating on the MDP boards incognito . . . . And who has no hard evidence, but offers as circumstantial evidence the following comment from a supposed MDP community member, who showed up and started vigorously attacking Anurag when it appeared the MDP community might actually be appreciating his comments:Well , i'm off to check out the MDP Watchlist .... oh , and Thanks Brothers Gardner for starting MDP .... “I’m off to . . . Thank Brothers Gardner for starting MDP.” Really? Are you kidding me? I have always appreciated MF (despite recent disgruntled posts), but when I count my blessings instead of sheep, I guess other things tend to make the list, like family and health.No, this sounds suspiciously like someone trying to butter up the guys that write his check every month.Again, I can’t prove anything, and it doesn’t really matter since I am headed for points north, south, east and west after Thursday, but I have to say, if this is really true, it would be so cool! Talk about thinking creatively and outside the box!And who is to say that the MDP advisors are limiting themselves to one alter ego? Maybe they have multiple alter egos! Maybe almost every MDP poster is a simulacrum! But I am a poster on the MDP boards! Oh, no!!!Am I a simulacrum? Am I really an MDP advisor? Everything is spinning around . . .Aye=eeiiii!! Does Chewbacca post on the MDP boards?He can’t; he is a Wookiee from the planet Kashyyyk. But, wait! Chewbacca lives on the planet Endor. Oh, no; that does not make sense!Why would a Wookiee, an 8-foot-tall Wookiee, want to live on Endor, with a bunch of 2-foot-tall Ewoks? That does not make sense! Ladies and gentlemen, I am not making any sense! None of this makes sense! KABOOM!!!!!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH6yHh7j44U&feature=relat...
In addition to Investing Daily's Aussie Edge & Canadian Edge that Rich recommended --http://www.aussieedge.com/http://www.canadianedge.com/They also have their Global Investment Strategist --http://www.globalinvestmentstrategist.com/I recommend all three. The GIS focuses heavily on Asia. They have a free newsletter that you can sign up for that gives you a bit of a flavor for their focus.But, they are all newsletters without the comraderie to be had here on the Global Gains boards.Best,Vicki
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