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We write investment newsletters, but we aren't in the newsletter business. We're a consulting company and our clients are companies that put out investment newsletters. One of the services we offer these companies is insight on how investors who subscribe to investment newsletters and stock alerts think. The best way to learn about these folks is by reaching out and talking to them. Our large cap and penny stock newsletters help us provide our customers this information. We regularly connect with those who sign up for our newsletters through surveys and questionnaires.
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Some of our winners
The 3 for 5 Project was introduced in June of 2011 as a qualitative research experiment. Internet visitors were given access to the system in exchange for their perceptions and opinions on the use of stock newsletters and stock recommendation web sites. The feedback gather was used in the development of Rallytype's services.
The premise of the system is quite simple. Unlike most stock newsletters, the 3 for 5 Project doesn't try to get every pick right. The system leverages the use of three stocks at a time (called a "trade triplet") as a package. The system uses proprietary analytics to come up with three individual stocks which should in the short-term should react to an up or down market differently. The strategy is to keep the losses of the losers less than the gains of the winners. One thing is always certain - the market is going to move.
We maintain an active model portfolio which shows all highlighted trades and positions, and reflects the cash flow to achieve them. This allows our readers to verify the newsletter's track record for themselves.
Date of Model Portfolio Inception: 6/11/2011
Model Portfolio's Return: 189.4%
S&P 500's Return During Same Period: 30.5%
Click HERE to view the Model Portfolio
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Some of our winners
New in 2013. The Penny Project uses a version of the 3 for 5 Project trading system that has been optimized for penny stocks. We highlight stocks that are increasing in price based on their own fundamentals, stocks that are gearing up for a promotion or stocks that are being promoted and we think can be successfully traded for a profit.
We do not provide a model portfolio for The Penny Project Newsletter due to the very high volatility associated with penny stocks. We do however provide a history of all the stocks highlighted by this newsletter.
We define a penny stock as a stock that is priced under $5 a share and has a market capitalizaiton of under $300M. Our definition of penny stocks does not include trading on the over the counter market. We follow a good number of "penny stocks" that trade on the NYSE or NASDAQ that have returns comparable to more risky pink sheet securities.
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