I am profoundly disappointed in the general business model. I requested (multiple times) for a hard copy of the performance record for their various paid subscriptions ( I am a paid subscriber). After many generic replies, they will only provide this info on the phone, so there is no way to check the veracity of their response, not to mention they obviously do not wish to be held accountable. Oxford Club, conversely, readily releases a hard copy upon request.
Furthermore, all of Dr. Kent Moors services (Micro Energy Trader, Energy Advantage, and Energy Inner Circle) in addition to his London Energy conference in London of 2015, have all been met with significant losses. The overall performance, in my experience, has been less than the market indices.
Lastly, with respect to option recommendations by the various editors of the services (including Money Calendar, High Velocity Profits, Stealth Profits Trader, Capital Wave Forecast, et al.), never do they provide parameters, despite multiple requests, as to what to do when option trades go south. It appears they merely let the clock run out for near 100% losses. Of course, their caveat is "you risk 100% of your contract price," which is always the case, yet some general guidelines for losing trades could be offered. This is such a disservice for all those who are gullible to follow these editors.
I would not recommend this "financial advisory" service. Buyer beware!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Just what I thought, I went through all the Lassifare, and Oxford, etc. I lost on all of them and never got my promised money back. A total $1950 is a gamble on Trembly. I did run a lot of research labs on the RD19, even some who were supposedly in the approved Phase-2. That's false. I got hooked out of $44,000 from one company. Oh, I did get a write-off for $3000 a year, ten years later I sold a rental and took the rest in 2016. There is too much can happen in a Phase-2 approval by the FDA. They lie a lot.