An e-mail I sent to Charles Kirk
This is an actual, unsoliticted e-mail I sent to Charles Kirk, and to which he kindly responded. This is truly how I feel about The Kirk Report and Charles Kirk:
I’m a fairly new subscriber, I think I have less than a year under my belt with you. But I just wanted to say that I NEVER miss your weekend chart show, it has proved to be THE SINGLE MOST EFFEECTIVE investing tool that I have ever seen. It’s concise, informative, very well presented and understandable even by newbies like myself.
And for the price (or even at a MUCH higher price) you simply cannot be beat. No up-selling, so marketing hypes; just good solid information without a huge ego behind it pushing more products (which I find to be the common denominator of so many financial newsletters). It is SO refreshing to find someone who sincerely cares about his clients and presents ALL of the possibilities, what key indicators to watch, and doing all that in a completely professional manner. And then, you leave it to US, your readers, to use that information as we see fit. Which is as it should be in my humble opinion.
My portfolio has shown the results of your research and reports in a very positive way and my personal psychological approach to investing has matured as a result of your diligence. You have also restored my faith in the belief that there really ARE good people still out there who aren’t in the newsletter business strictly for the money. At least that’s my opinion of you. I consider you a very rare bird in this industry, a breath of fresh air.
Thank you for sharing so much of your considerable knowledge about the markets; and I also REALLY enjoy the philosophical tidbits thrown in with each e-mail, I look forward to them every day. I take them to heart which has led to furthering my education in the markets dramatically while at the same enjoying my hours spent at the computer screen more enjoyable and worthwhile.
Best Wishes to You and Yours; “Live long and prosper” (Hey, the original Star Trek ran during my high school years, ending my Senior Year so I had to throw that in!! ? )
Thomas H. Miller, subscriber (for life)
p.s. After just watching this weekend's chart report I'm sorry to hear about your travails with the corporate 'watchdogs'. Personally I consider it a horrible invasion of privacy and since I'm a man and a dog operation my visits certainly won't create you any more problems than you're already dealing with. Perhaps you should charge those customers who create these problems a 'surcharge'!! Beats me what you might do, I just hope you can continue. I would pay more if necessary to keep your website going.
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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