Quotes Entirely Relevant to Investing 07-01-07

by Mr Juggles

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  1. Adam "Spammy" Chavez
    July 2nd, 2007 | 8:23 pm

    Make $22,762 more per month by posting Intelligent Options ads on your website.

    I’d like to discuss a potentially very profitable business relationship with you, based on Mr. Jarret Wollstein’s publications.

    The proposal is simple:

    You would run ads, which we will provide, for Mr. Wollstein’s newsletters and books on your web site, and also send ads to your email list.

    We would pay you a commission for each sale from those ads, ranging from $30 for selling a $100 subscription to Intelligent Investor Report newsletter ($96/year), to $500 for each new one year subscriber to our Intelligent Options Service ($1,995 a year; $595 a quarter).

    Thus if you sold 100 Options subscriptions in a year – about 9 a month – you would receive $50,000 in one-year.

    The cost to you of trying this out is virtually zero, since we provide all advertising materials.

    Either your company or ours can take in the orders, your choice. (We can track result through mirror web sites and ad codes.)

    We have already successfully marketed over $1 million of products using this technique through a variety of political and financial web sites, ranging from small sites with less than 50,000 hits a month to large sites with tens of millions of hits (A current campaign we are doing with Newsmax.com made them $251,650 in 14 months).

    If agree to try out our adds, you will not only be making good money for your company, but you will also be providing great new services for your subscribers.

    Jarret’s financial publications have a terrific track record:

    Five out of six of his stock recommendations have made money for subscribers during the past three years, and his average stock pick for 2006 was up 47.8% (winners and losers included).

    So far in 2007, his average stock pick is up about the same as last year; his options pick is up an incredible 1242% annualized (winners and losers included). These numbers are unbelievable – and consistent.

    I can provide samples of both Mr. Wollstein’s Intelligent Investor Report and his Intelligent Options Bulletin if you are interested. In the meantime you can see some of our marketing copy at FormerlyASpamlink.org

    To discuss how you can make lots of money advertising our products, please send me a return email or call me at the number below.

    Adam Chavez
    Director of Marketing and Spam
    Pacific Marketing and Spam
    c/o Spam Fist
    836-B Southampton Road, Suite 299
    Spam, CA 94510-1960

  2. jake
    July 3rd, 2007 | 8:05 am

    the poster above seems legit..
    lets vote to invest 90% of our firm capital in this mans venture

  3. JCauto
    July 3rd, 2007 | 10:12 am

    The address doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence. First there is a B after the adress, and THEN you get a “suite” number.

    And if your company can’t even score a “.com” for a URL then something is seriously awry.

  4. To The Hilt
    July 3rd, 2007 | 10:17 am

    I think those results are pathetic.

  5. Cincinnatus_C
    July 3rd, 2007 | 10:36 am


    We should think about leveraging up our investment in IIR. After all, “So far in 2007, his average stock pick is up about the same as last year; his options pick is up an incredible 1242% annualized (winners and losers included). These numbers are unbelievable – and consistent.”

    This virtually guarantees that our return on capital will be higher than our cost of capital!!

  6. jake
    July 3rd, 2007 | 1:14 pm


    I wholeheartedly agree.. We should ask our brokerage firm for 5 or 10 to 1 leverage, then invest in only the options portion of his portfolio. Imagine, leverage on leverage on 1242%.. we will be the next Berkshire. Its not like 1242% is unbelieveable… oh wait.. they are “unbelieveable”, but at least they are consistent!
    I’m also sure he will be willing to part with such a moneymaking system, only because he is a charitable individual and doesnt want to make too many millions. He’d rather have the 100 subscriptions of 50 dollars a month.