Non Recommended Investors

Alex Jones:

Pros – “emerging markets” (aka ‘alternative media’) pundit. Plenty of low-mid level topical and recent historical research data and analysis.

Cons – Subjective assessments and behavior ultimately liable to discredit the value of any investments made. Research will indicate this investor has poor credentials (Jesuitical).

Score – 3/10

Conclusion – mine the data resources for some useful insights, but be alert to what’s NOT said.

Webster Tarpley:

Pros – traditional investor (standing up and addressing a real audience). Plenty of low-mid level topical and recent historical research data and analysis. Intelligent presentation. Vast knowledge of the structure, mechanics and characters of the current investment landscape.

Cons – promotes the “Assoc. for Anti Austerity Measures” (or similar) with a pentagram as it’s symbol (no marks for originality). Promotes the Pope as a positive force for change. Overwhelms the investor with data and analysis so that the significance of subtle references (as mentioned) are missed.

Score – 2/10

Conclusion – mine the data resources for some useful insights, but be alert to what IS and what is NOT said.

Frank O’Collins:

Pros – unconventional investor alerting us to a potentially new type of scam. Suggests a new way to analyze your entire investment portfolio.

Cons – recommends ‘exotic’ products that are obscure, difficult to understand, voluminous and ultimately appear to be poor investments. This investor is forthcoming regarding his poor credentials (Jesuitical).

Score – 2/10

Conclusion – mine the data resources for some useful insights, but be alert to what IS and what is NOT said.

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