Daily Trade Alert Reviews – Legit or Scam?

March 22nd, 2012  |  Published in Financial Newsletters

The Daily Trade Alert, www.DailyTradeAlert.com, claims to provide its members with the top picks from “today’s leading advisors,” specifically providing the “10 Best Divided Stocks to Own Right Now” report.

The publishers of the Daily Trade Alert claim that after looking through the recommendations of dozens of the nation’s leading investment advisors, they personally have selected the 10 best stock recommendations.

The stocks they are recommending will be, according to the Daily Trade Alert, “safe and steady, through good times and bad, for decades to come.” Some of these stocks include investors like Warren Buffet, some have a history of high yields, and some are predicted to be high yield earnings in the near future.

What to Know about Financial Newsletters

Financial newsletters, like the Daily Trade Alert, often warn their subscribers to not purchase any stock they recommend without doing their own individual research or without speaking to a professional broker or investment advisor.

The Daily Trade Alert is not compiled of professional brokers or investment advisors; instead, they look at the public information provided by these people in their own newsletters, books, or other publically available information, and then they choose which stocks to recommend in their newsletter.

In addition, they always recommend that you never invest more money than you can afford to lose comfortably, and always keep in mind that as a public newsletter service, they are not liable or responsible for any investing you choose to do or money you lose.

DailyTradeAlert.com

Daily Trade Alert offers you their newsletter and their report on the “10 Best Dividend Stocks to Own Right Now” completely for free. In addition, they promise they will never sell your information to any third party sources.

However, from time to time, they will send you offers from their sponsors and partners. If you find these offers intrusive you always have the option to unsubscribe, so consider this when providing them with an email address.