Year in Review: How Did We Do?

15.02.2017 • Investing

By Kris Sayce – Port Phillip Insider (Australia) –

This is the third year running we’ve decided to share this abridged report with all of our paid subscribers. Before that, the Report Card was only available to our Alliance partners. They receive the full version of this report ever year on New Year’s Day.

The unabridged Alliance Report Card includes detailed tables listing every stock our editors recommended buying or selling in 2016, and how these recommendations fared. These tables also include how every stock recommended in previous years performed in 2016.

Now, I obviously can’t share all of our editors’ stock tips with everyone. That’s a perk reserved solely for our Alliance members. But I do name some stocks in my written evaluations.

On that note, it’s important you realise that most of these stocks aren’t currently active recommendations. Many are now trading above their maximum buy-up-to prices, and, as you know, you should never buy a stock trading above this price. On the flip side, other stocks named in this report may be close to hitting their stop-losses and being shown the exit. Some may already have been sold.

So please view this report as it’s intended: A transparent evaluation of how our editors and their advisory services performed last year.

And, as you’ll see, I don’t pull any punches. A number of our services do receive high grades…because they performed very well. But others — including some of our premium services like Currency Wars Trader — receive marks that likely would have seen you grounded back in your high school days.

That’s part of why we do this internal evaluation each year. To see what’s working well and what needs improvement. And it’s why Currency Wars Trader received a complete revamp in January this year. One that, so far, looks like it will see this service make a big comeback in 2017.


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