Today I'll let Derek, a new subscriber who is busily reading NFTRH's entire archive (he's up to NFTRH30) back to September of 2008, provide the promo.
Personally, I cringe at the thought of this because I know the letter was not then what it is today stylistically or format-wise. I also know I have screwed up a few times along the way. :-(
But I also feel this thing is the best damned financial market newsletter out there. But then, I have to feel that way or else why do it? On to the pertinent points from the email exchange...
Derek: "Was just reading the October 2008 NFTRH editions. Wow! Such great calls on the price targets for the HUI and AU."
Gary: "No, but another subscriber says I should. I don't have much room for outside stimulus. I hear good things about it though."
Sorry for the lengthy reply but I noticed in one of the reports you were gratified by feedback reflecting learning. I feel like you've turned on a light of wisdom for me. This is the highest praise I can give. btw: FOFOA is esoteric and I believe will only confirm your current POV, so you miss nothing other than an unusual take on what the post 'now' will be like. He's not unlike Clif High and Half Past Human, only that his bete noir is a world where savers are not gobbled up by debtors in the guise of do-gooderism and that Au is the antidote to stealing from the prudent (very "Mises" so to speak).
Eagerly awaiting my first "fresh" NFTRH."
Me again: The thing he mentions about learning is probably the most important element of this service. I do it commercially, but it is not for robots who want to be told what to do. It is for critical thinking people to get ideas from and if you think I have not benefited from the ideas these people shoot back at me, think again.
Edit (11:30) One more from Derek (I just know he's going to find some clunkers in there sooner or later)...