written by reader The 2017 “Automatic Income Calendar”

by mtcatto | March 22, 2017 2:05 pm

Anybody know what’s being pitched here:

https://pro.dentresearch.com/p/PEA195/LPEAT345/?a=2&o=14279&s=32108&u=516860&l=709086&r=MC2&vid=8a98d8&g=173&h=true[1]

Endnotes:
  1. https://pro.dentresearch.com/p/PEA195/LPEAT345/?a=2&o=14279&s=32108&u=516860&l=709086&r=MC2&vid=8a98d8&g=173&h=true: https://pro.dentresearch.com/p/PEA195/LPEAT345/?a=2&o=14279&s=32108&u=516860&l=709086&r=MC2&vid=8a98d8&g=173&h=true

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hubbardjim
5 years ago

I got bored after listening to several minutes of the repetitive presentation, so I don’t know what this about. It sounds too good to be true based on the part I listened to.

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ppxx
ppxx
5 years ago
Reply to  hubbardjim

preferreds possibly. I gave up too. So tired of the endless back stories and dream building. Give me the facts.

O. Tom Chuong
5 years ago

It sounds so much like DRIP. Here’s a good article on SeekingAlpha:
https://seekingalpha.com/article/1096471-drip-investing-how-to-actually-invest-only-a-hundred-dollars-per-month

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Jeff
5 years ago

These have to be something like Closed-end funds. The ingredients of management, leverage, representation of stocks and bonds, some are tax free….. It all points to CEF’s. If so, you can do this yourself at closed-endfunds.com or etfconnect.com. It might save you $195 which is how much his pitch cost.

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Bob
Bob
5 years ago

Can you do his recommendations in a trading account online?

Larry
Larry
4 years ago

Definitely Closed End Funds at a discount from NAV…..Dent should be ashamed wasting our time with Sizemore’s b/s discourse

Electricblue01
Electricblue01
4 years ago

Consistent monthly high-end dividends/payouts are something discounted CEF proponents usually tout, but so hard to get through Sizemore’s monotone pitch I honestly didn’t watch until the end. Yes, he is well known and has made money for some, but most of the money he’s made has been his own and these pitches are all the same. They never mention the fees (pulled by managers) or the volatility of the market when plugging these platforms. Not an investment to get in on day one of the offering because the discount usually drops from day one. Also, not an investment for small money players.
The most important thing you should do when coming up on these types of pitches is pay attention to the details of the pitch page/video.
If I truly believe in something and want to pitch it to you I don’t need any f’in cards off to the right of your face to read to tell you about it. I don’t have to keep overstating the positives of the program/situation over and over without getting to what the f I’m talking about. (Only scammers beat the positives into your head and don’t mention the risk upfront)
Also, you should immediately scroll to the bottom of the page and look at the footer info: Who is the company listed? (Google them. Are they even a real company? Any bad/scam reviews listed?) When is the copyright? (how long has this program been pitched? Is it still around?) What do the testimonial/review pics look like? (Are they professional/posed looking with beautiful people in perfect lighting and backgrounds? Then they are probably fake and paid for) And last but not least, can anyone really trust a ginger?

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