Hello, Kurt Shafer here, to give you more information about investing your money by adding more detail to the excellent advice from Porter Stansberry, a legend in the investment advice business. Porter is offering advice that he calls
- Better than Bitcoin
- Better than Gold
- Better than Buffett (which is his way of saying Better than Oil)
Porter has those three reports bundled with other reports and a year long membership in his monthly advice service for the price of $1000.
Here is the link to his 75 minute video in which he describes how to buy his reports telling you all the actions to take. https://americasviolentend.com/
And below is his page with the $1000 offer.
I watched it entirely and took 756 screenshots of the video for the purpose of condensing it and pulling out the most important information about his “Better than” advice.
Here are pictures of the screen shots in my computer. Only a few are about the “Better than” advice.
YOU CAN SEE BELOW AN EXAMPLE OF THE WORK I HAVE DONE FOR YOU TO IMPROVE ON HIS BETTER THAN GOLD ADVICE.
THE PURPOSE HERE IS TO SHOW YOU HOW VALUABLE MY REPORTS ON GOLD, BITCOIN AND OIL ARE. I HAVE ADDED DETAILS HE DOES NOT OFFER – THE MOST IMPORTANT DETAILS ARE THE DIVIDENDS YOU GET WITH THESE ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS.
Here is his advice on better than gold – invest in gold royalty companies – and his favorite is Franco-Nevada (FNV) https://www.franco-nevada.com/
HERE IS THE STOCK CHART FOR 2023.
And here is the gold price chart for the same period. The importance of this advice is most evident when we look at the return on your investment over this period. Had you purchased gold in March for about $1850 and sold it in may for $2000 you would have made $250 on your $1850 or about 13.5 %. Had you bought FNV in March for about $130 and sold it in May for $150 you would have made $20 on $130 or 15.4 %. But if you had invested $1850 in FNV and made 15.4% you would have seen a $285 increase in cash instead of $250.
Now we look at another gold royalty company, Sandstorm, and the price graph looks remarkably the same as FNV. The difference, of course, is the basic price is only $5 versus $140.