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written by reader Saw a Bill mathew’s AD here. Is he genuine

By nsuhag85, December 4, 2015

While no one can predict a 100% success in every stock recommendation. Is Bill Mathew’s advice genuine and has anyone followed him and your thoughts.

Thanks.

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Have never heard of him, sorry. Most ads are served by Google and are different for every viewer, we don’t see or screen them all.

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fudd2598
fudd2598
6 years ago

I have subscribed to his news letter for years he is not right all the time , but he gives good advice. If you pick four to five of his stocks and take some profit off the table you should do well. No more than 30% of your investment money should be in these type of stocks. Fund your retirement first with dividend stocks, look up dividend aristocrats these are great long term companies to build a retirement with. Be smart invest don’t gamble .

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jeff ryan
jeff ryan
6 years ago

I have subscribed to his news letter for years. He is not always right, but he gives good advice. If you put your money in four to five different stocks and don’t get too greedy (take some profit ) you should do well. Money you put into these stocks should be no more than 30% of your investment money. These type of stocks should be invested in after you fund retirement savings which should go into dividend stocks. Check out dividend aristocrats. If you learn to invest and not gamble you will do well.

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