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I just wanted to say your report is something special. Never have I read such a stimulating report packed with so much insider Wall Street knowledge that is so lucid and honest. You have taught me, an honest money advocate, and investor of 20 years more in one year than all my (now) less knowledgeable brokers. I know more than them , and you guys helped. And now that we continue having great profitable months, rest assured we use our profits to save, invest, give to charity and church, and stay out of debt, and put honest free market people in office (ok —we need more of those on the ticket!). Best Regards and God Bless You all at King!
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One of your subcribers sent me your report for yesterday. I was flattered to see my article from the NYT Magazine quoted there. I wanted to let you know that I always enjoy your report when I see it.
I’m still getting your highly informative King Report, and thank you so much for it; it sure is useful for keeping track of what’s truly going on. JN
I am sorry that I was not able to make lunch today, but I did want to give you some thoughts on your strategy of staying short. I have learned a lot from watching you analyze the markets over the past year. Not to put too fine a point on it, but it has worked – not just in terms of total return, which I know is how you approach the markets, but from an institutional standpoint as well… VB
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We haven’t spoken in a while. I just had to let you know—–this missive made me laugh out loud in a good way. You’ve been right on the money for the past year—your e-mails have been a source of comfort to be, because I have been very short credit and subprime for over a year (and getting loads of crap about it). Well–it has worked, and now all is well. Just wanted to let you know you’re the man. BE, Investment official of money center bank
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Le Metropole Members,
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Bill….the reports you have sent (and I have read) since “stumbling” across your publication in the Airport lounge in Heathrow, have blown me away….it’s Financial Times on steroids (I hope the comparison doesn’t offend). I have always spent a lot of time researching material trying to decipher – through the clutter of the CNBC’s and WSJ’s – just exactly what the hell IS going on. I have since researched your firms letter on the internet, and there are the usual “bear, and doom” comments…yet reality is, your King Report captures and condenses reality in print, and offers an incredible amount of perspective from. Sources that I would never have the time nor ability to access. LN
on it. thx again. u make me smarter…and more scared 🙂
Bill rocks like nobody else out there i stopped reading all the other news analysis crap I get
GM, renowned money manager
I had my coffee and read all the “reports” at 4.30a.m. Then I was able to appropriately, begin my day. They were interesting as always and helpful to my decision making related to Village/Stadium finances.
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I was just laid off after 12 years at Goldman Sachs. Your morning note has been an integral part of my day for years. If possible it would be fantastic to continue receiving it while I find a new position. Thank you for your invaluable insights over the years.
Mr. King, I’ve been a subscriber of your newsletter for a few months now and started receiving it in early August, and I find it very insightful with a lot of information content I would never come across
without it. To say the least, it has helped my performance over the last few months, as I manage a Large Core MF, and 2 SMA strategies all totaling roughly $250M.
I’ve been reading your comments over the last few weeks on what will happen early next year when people realize the true severity of the economic malaise, and how other people are predicting dire outcomes for the U.S. However, my question to you is, what do you feel is the ultimate outcome from an economic/financial standpoint (i.e. job losses, inflation, GDP, etc…) and where you think the market (S&P500) is ultimately headed before this is all over?. I know that’s a loaded question, but please provide as much insight as you can.
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Your daily commentary has been invaluable. Thank you. John H., president of money management firm
My mentor when i began and worked with early in my career at opco and odyssey partners, Michael Metz, always felt that your letter was in the top three on wall street. You know what, mike is correct about your daily’s and its an honor to read . Thanks for your hard work. BB, former MLB player and Senior Managing Director at bulge bracket firm
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Your honest and “Independent View of the News” has saved anybody who would listen, most of their life savings…
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And thanks for your morning missives. They are informative, eye-opening, and entertaining. from a Fortune 500 CEO
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