At the end of the day, they're the same bunch of bandits and money grabbers like most newsletters are. I have been a subscriber since they started and got sucked into subscribing for more than I intended, but thankfully avoided their high priced services and the pitch for the "life time all services they produce". There is some decent stuff in the Palm Beach Letter, but really all they're focused on is adding more services (some of them really a bit pathetic), all in the interests of milking their subscriber base, and adding to it for more money in their pockets. And they regularly make arbitrary changes to the various services, when they suddenly realize there may be some overlap of conflict with another existing service, and without any suggestion of compensation for changing something or taking it away. And as for their customer service (I have tried twice to get them on the phone), the automated service gave me wait times of 91 minutes and 58 minutes! The second time I decided to hang in, and after about 10 minutes being on hold, just got kicked off.
Tom Dyson tries to come across as an earnest, honest and sincere guy, but he has only one focus and objective, which is how to take more money from existing and new subscribers, and fill his pockets. The one good thing is that they do use Stop Losses with their recommendations, and just as well, because pretty much all of them have been stopped out. One service (Megatrends) is almost a joke, so many of the reccos have been stopped out. Very much a "buyer beware" with this one. I wish I would have never gotten started with them.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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