Here at Stock Gumshoe we sift through dozens of email teaser ads every day, sleuthify them, and thinkolate out the answers — names of companies, tickers, and some background information on what’s real and what’s hype.
How can you help? Join the Irregulars! The Stock Gumshoe Irregulars (apologies to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) keep Stock Gumshoe going — and in return, they get a little extra …
So … what do you get?
The warm feeling in your belly from supporting our fabulous work … but also access to all our Irregulars-only content, which includes….
- Our “Idea of the Month” articles profiling an attractive investment idea
- The weekly Friday File of commentary just for Irregulars
- Travis’ personal stock buys and sells.
- And the right to post your own questions or guest articles in our discussion section (anyone can respond, but only Irregulars can start new topics).
And what will it cost you? Most of our readers think our membership rates are ridiculously low compared to what the teaser-happy newsletters charge.
We may raise the rates eventually — running this site has gotten more expensive every year — but we’re not trying to empty your wallet entirely — We offer a few options …
But you can also join the Irregulars with a monthly, quarterly or “platinum” membership (that’s a one-time payment for as long as we publish, never has to renew), so you can start right now for just a few dollars if you prefer. We’re happy to accept payments via our secure credit card processor, or using your PayPal account … or even by mail if you prefer checks.
Credit card or PayPal payments will automatically renew, at that same locked-in price, when your expiration date hits (you can stop this at any time, of course — just use our easy online contact form if you ever need to cancel or request a refund).
We’re not going to manage your portfolio for you, of course, and we can’t give personal investment advice, but hopefully we can share some profitable ideas along with the extra blatheration you’ll receive — the Irregulars content generally includes a bit more of Travis’ opinion and sometimes covers smaller stocks, stuff he doesn’t feel comfortable sharing with the much larger free membership.
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