Email of the day (1)
“Hello, l am interested in subscribing, can you first tell me how the monthly fee is paid, is it PayPal etc, what times do you send release your daily views, do both David and Eoin give their daily trades and reasons, how is your view sent to me via email or do l log on, is the view all in content and then a weekly audio, do ye give any updates throughout the day as the markets change, thanks”
Eoin Treacy's view Thank you for your interest in the Fullermoney Global Strategy Service. We look forward to welcoming you to the Collective of Subscribers. Let me take you questions in order.
When you fill out the online subscription form you will be asked whether you wish to take out a monthly (£55) or annual subscription (£550). The annual subscription is cheaper, particularly when you renew. There is a continuous renewal discount of 10% of the annual headline rate on renewal after your first year.
If you choose to take out a trial month, the system will treat it as a once off transaction. Otherwise the subscription fee will be debited on your renewal. You can of course instruct us to switch off the auto-renew feature.
We use WorldPay to process our online transactions.
Comment of the Day and the Subscriber's Audio are generally posted following the close of trading on Wall Street which is 9pm UK time.
Both David and I post all our personal trades and investments in Comment of the Day.
Once we post Comment of the Day and the Subscriber's Audio we send out the free daily email. Many subscribers sign up for the email so that they know when to log in to access that day's material. Alternatively you can subscribe to our RSS feed for Comment of the Day and the Subscriber's Audio podcast via iTunes. (Here is a link to instructions)
The Fullermoney Global Strategy Service comprises:
1. Access to the Comment of the Day, which includes our most up to date views, third party reports, articles of general interest and subscriber's emails.
2. Access to the daily subscriber's audio. The Friday Audio is generally longer and focuses on the big picture long-term outlook.
3. Access to the Chart Library which includes more than 18,000 instruments, spreads, ratios and multiples. One of the most popular features of the Chart Library is the Favourites where you can create your own customised lists of securities.