Greg Canavan has a vision for his readers…
To help you achieve higher gains than the average ‘buy and hold’ investor, through a system that finds high quality businesses trading at cheap prices — the ones that many financial professionals would likely overlook.
Sound too good to be true? Well, with an expert on your side that has so many years in the game, you’re in good hands. We’re confident that Greg’s tips and advice will be unlike anything you’ve read in the mainstream media outlets, and will give you an advantage over the crowd.
As you’ll see in the reviews below, readers of Greg Canavan’s Investment Advisory service are happy to tell you how they have made profits on quality businesses at seemingly invisible prices.
Read some of our reviews here:
As an alliance member at PPP I am overwhelmed with the amount of new information that is made available to me every week. It is impossible to read all of it but I always read Greg Canavan’s opinions and regular Crisis and Opportunity reports. Greg does not make outlandish predictions because his analysis is not based on speculation but sound technical and fundamental analysis. When his recommendations go awry he explains why and admits he got it wrong (not often). Greg also has a firm grip on the emotions of investing and offers ways to overcome the common pitfalls that arise as a result. The C and O portfolio has been consistently strong in recent years especially the gold and energy picks. For an investor who is not keen on speculating on the prospects for currencies created in the ether or penny resource stocks, C and O is incredible value for money and the place to be for steady solid advice without hype.
I never miss reading Greg Canavan’s Crisis and Opportunity.
I am a strong supporter of C & O and consider it to be a great one-stop shop for portfolio management at a price which is too good to miss.
If you want to invest into the stock markets rather than to gamble then this is the publication for you.
For those who wish to invest or just dabble in the stock market with most of the risks already researched and highlighted in Greg's Crisis & Opportunity newsletters, this service is a very good place to start.
Your consistent modest profits aare so much better than seeing risky specs go down the shoot regularly. It took me a long time to realise this. So, now, I'm sticking with you and your cautious philosophy and your well-researched recommedations.
C&O will always remain part of my required weekly reading! The info provided in C&O goes well beyond well-researched stock suggestions. Greg takes on the role of mentor, and teaches the reader about: the market; economics; the psychology of investment; and about his/herself (the emotional component of investing). All valuable content; and the stock tips are solid earners.
Hi Greg I've followed your portfolios for many years. When you started Crisis and Opportunity, I was again enthused to follow you more closely with your combination of charting and fundamental analysis. The main reason I read your mail, is apart from your now excellent stock picks, your words resound with authenticity.
Hi Greg, I am very happy with your service and would happily recommend it to others. In this age of internet hype offering huge returns, VIP services with offers of the latest and the greatest but at a cost, it is refreshing to come across Crisis and Opportunity that tells you the way it is without the hype and high price tag. The best thing though is your stock picks are more than likely to be profitable over time and you keep your client advised as to their best interest. Overall this is a very well priced profitable service and you obviously put a lot of research into it. Keep up the good work.
Out of all the online investment advice I receive, Crisis and Opportunity is my "go to" publication.
As a low cost service I am amazed at the good investing results and the level headed advice in the newsletters. When my son started thinking about investing some of his money in the stock market, I pointed him to your Crisis & Opportunity newsletter. Keep up the good work Greg.