About True Wealth Newsletter
The True Wealth Newsletter is a new financial product offered by publisher Stansberry Research which promises to teach people how to double or even triple their retirement money in the next year or two.
How Does It Work?
According to the creator of this newsletter, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, the United States is in the middle of the greatest stock market bubble in history and as with any bubble, the burst will devastate millions of investors.
But before the bubble bursts, Dr. Sjuggerud is predicting that the market will soar to some of the highest numbers we have ever seen from the Dow before, and he believes this because this has been what has happened before every other market crash in history, in both the US and internationally.
The goal of the True Wealth Newsletter is show people exactly how to take advantage of the upcoming “Melt Up” of the market so that they can get the biggest returns on their investment in the shortest period of time possible.
But of course the most important aspect of what this newsletter will tell you will be when to sell your stocks, so that you will actually be able to avoid the crash and keep your money safe and sound.
This website says that normally a one year subscription to their newsletter is priced at $199, but they are currently running a promotion which allows new subscribers to get this newsletter for just $49 per year, which they describe as a 75% discount.
This website promises their customers that they can try this subscription “risk-free” because all Stansberry Research newsletters automatically come with a 30 day Money Back Guarantee which means that any customer who is unhappy with what they have received during the first 30 days will be able to cancel their subscription and request a refund of their subscription price.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints won’t be able to do so because this newsletter does not provide their customers with any direct contact information. The contact number for Stansberry Research is 888-261-2693.
Unfortunately this newsletter doesn’t appear to fulfill the extravagant promises that it makes to its new customers. Many of the previous customers who have reviewed this website are clear that this newsletter didn’t provide bad information, per se, but that many of the investment strategies it offered were just standard financial advice and nothing really surprising or revolutionary.
A big concern that many of their previous customers mentioned was that many of the stocks that this website recommended were suggested to investors along with the right price at which to buy the stock, and customers complained that the stock was never actually at the recommended price! It was always above the price, which made investors feel like the information they were being given was outdated.
The reality is that there are many similar newsletters just like this out in the market today, all of which promise to provide their customers with information they won’t be able to find anywhere else, and generally speaking most customers end up disappointed with what the reality is.
In addition, all financial decisions – especially those concerning retirement funds – should be evaluated by a professional, licensed financial advisor.
Competitors and Alternatives?
As mentioned above, there are many, many financial newsletters just like this one, many of them published through the Stansberry Research publication company. Customers will want to approach all similar financial newsletters with caution and will want to clear investment decisions with a licensed financial advisor.
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your True Wealth Newsletter reviews below.
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4 ‘True Wealth Newsletter’ Reviews
I enjoyed the presentation. I think that mania and crashes are very predictable without paying for complex analysis. When everyone feels the market is doomed and stocks have cratered, start buying (a lot) more. When there is stock tickers for bitcoin on TV or when minimum wage workers are buying half million dollar homes? The bubble is about to pop... Sell a lot of those stocks.
So, I skipped their offer and put an extra $55 in my ROTH to buy 1 share of ACAD stock.
Thanks for the tip! Now it IS risk free vs paying $49 (plus tax) for something other reviewers say isn't worth it.
This may be worth it, I don't know, but my library (which is free) has unlimited books and information on finance from other experts as well.
"Doctor" Steve Sjuggerud refuses to disclose where he earned a PhD from.
I have a PhD in finance. I've never seen someone with a legit PhD (not a mail in BS piece of paper) not disclose openly their educational background.
On top of it, his ideas are juvenile - and certainly don't reflect "higher thinking" or insights.
I'd suggest you stay clear.
I listened to a one hour presentation claiming they would show five of the stocks which will soar during the melt down..... All I saw was 2 guys patting themselves on the back so much I'm sure they have curvature of the spine by now.... No free recommendations... Only a $49.00 offer for his recommendations... Another waste of my time...
I have been subscribed to Steve Sjuggerud sadly longer than the guaranteed money back time frame. These men are very good at marketing. There is an awful lot of hype around everything they sell at Stansberry Research.
They will fill your e-mail inbox with hundreds of sales pitches for this newsletter or that newsletter...always at a discounted price that you have to act fast on. The research Sjuggerud gives in his investment advice letter True Wealth seems informed, but I can't trust him at all for who and what he is connected to.
And especially because now all of the sudden he has made a new special more expensive newsletter called "Melt Up Millionaire." that I am not allowed to see unless I give up more of my hard earned cash. This angers me a lot, because I thought that is what I paid for...his "melt up stock picks." And now I don't qualify even though I paid $400 for a lifetime subscription.
Stupid me. School of hard knocks. If I were you, I would look up a newsletter review system called Hulbert's Honor roll, and pick a newsletter from there that has actually made consistent returns above the norm in bull and bear markets for the past 15 years. As for me, I haven't done very well with the stock picks from Sjuggerud, and I'm scarred to see what mistakes I've made from following his advice.