Roger Wiegand Testimonials
Hello Mr Wiegand.
Just one comment. I appreciate your kitco news letter as one of the best. From reading the History of the German Hyperinflation of 1923, one thing comes to mind for our present moment. The comment that, money was always in short supply. In other words, there was a constant liquidity squeeze. And that is exactly what we are working our way thru right now. When the potential catastrophe of collapse looms over the wealthy elite, they will flood us with liquidity causing the next market jolt upward. And this will only stop when everyone decides to bite the bullet and accept the inevitable crash.
ps Zimbabwe is an example where they refuse to accept it no matter what.
“Just a long overdue note to thank you again for your very welcome, constant and excellent support. Your financial acumen and information simply cannot be beat, in my book.
The song goes…’thanks for the memories’….but for me it’s… “thanks for those timely alerts” – and your availability when I need advice. Thanks also for all the many, many hours of effort I know you put in to the making those great decisions and on when to take actions that have paid off well — more tha a million in less than one year! Can’t wait to see what transpires throughout the rest of 2008!!
It must be stated, there is more informed and timely information about the our economic situation learned from your weekly newsletter than any other source I know. To say it is superb would be redundant. It provides me with the important issues and knowledge of the times and the way they may effect the type of trading at which you excel and which I utilize. It should be read by anyone who seriously contemplates serious investments. Friday afternoons can’t come too soon! Where do you ever find the time to do the trades and write that newsletter as well? All other financial newsletters are interesting more or less, but do not get down to the nitty-gritty. Nothing like telling it like it is. No trying to make a situation look better than it is. And in these days, things do not look rosy for the future. And one thing further, although other publications may offer other points of view, it is reassuring to know I am finally receiving THE ONE newsletter I on which I can rely.
The second and perhaps equally appreciated is your recommendation of Ryan Olson. And, of course, one must mention that he is the other half of the “dream team”. I owe much to the personal attention provided by Ryan – extremely rare in brokers these days. Ryan exercises those things that you cook up and coordinate with him. That makes all these things come together in concert then coupled by his acting with alacrity always maximizes my profits and minimizes potential problems those very few times when the market may turn around rather fast. Further, Ryan provides simply uncommon support at all hours. I always feel free to ask his opinion about various things — it’s helpful for an investor to have this much trust in his broker. My thanks again for recommending this gentleman! This is a first time for this kind of experience for me — and I have traded off and on in the market starting with Dean Witter over 40 years ago. And for the first time now that I am with you and Ryan I am really making hay! And as long as the current sunshine remains for a few years, the outlook is extremely bright!
Perhaps apropos of nothing: There’s a saying:
As you wander on through life, brother, no matter what your goal,
Keep you eye upon the donut and not upon the hole.
You really have this down pat!
In great appreciation,”
” Roger, I Cant Thank you enough for the peace of mind I had while the Hurricane was blowing”
“Many thanks to you, Roger, and your alerts. Based on your recommendations I’m up over $625K since the first of the year. Keep up the good work! That goes for Ryan Olson too!”
“Outstanding! The latest Trader Tracks is outstanding. Many thanks for being so helpful.”
VP, Smith Barney
I am a seven year subscriber to Jay Taylor. I have enjoyed your advice since you started with Jay. I just wanted to let you know how important is the job you are doing for those of us that inherently believe in gold, but not being professional traders do not understand the complexities of the system. Especially in these difficult times it seems like every news article presents a different face and it is comforting to get information from someone that inspires trust. Incidently, I am still fully invested.
Dear Mr. Weigand,
I acted on your recent alert to go long on December silver futures at 12.39 and get out at 12.95, risking 0.15. I placed a limit order the next day when it was at 12.45 and caught it on a dip. My broker just called to let me know my standing sell order was filled at 12.95.
I’m glad to have followed directions and to have made a nice gain. Thanks for the recommendation.
“I really like it that Roger is explicit in his directions on what to buy and when to sell.”
last fall, when your service was offered on a trial basis, I took your advice on the Canadian dollar futures and gold futures. Starting with one contract each, and never more than four, I cranked out profits of over $24,000 Canadian dollars (CAD) in less than 4 months.
With stops in place at all times, the risk was minimal. I did this in the name of hedging at first, but it was too much fun to just buy and hold. I let the profit from one contract buy the next, so the overall invested was about $2,000, but I did maintain $4,000 over that at all times. Thanks Roger, it was a blast.