True Wealth Review (Is It The Real Deal?)

Hello and welcome to my review of Dr. Steve Sjuggerud’s True Wealth service.

I discovered the True Wealth newsletter after seeing an advertisement for it online where its creator, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, says he can help you find “little-known opportunities” that could make you a lot of money.

Which sounds cool, but is it the real deal?

Well, I decided to take a closer look at the system to find out. Because anyone can make bold claims, but whether or not they actually deliver is another story.

Anyway, what I found was that True Wealth thankfully isn’t a scam.

It’s a legitimate advisory service that’s aimed at helping subscribers make money in the stock market. Steve says he focusses on safe, and often alternative, investments that are overlooked by Wall Street. And, as a subscriber, you get access to his investment strategy and stock picks.

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However, True Wealth is still a great service and it may be worth checking out depending on your goals and what you’re hoping to achieve. So let’s take a closer look at what it’s about and how it works, to help you decide if it’s right for you.

What Is True Wealth About?

True Wealth is an investment newsletter service headed up by Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, who works with a company called Stansberry Research.

The main benefit of becoming a subscriber is getting access to Dr. Steve Sjuggerud’s monthly newsletter service, where he shares his unique and proven investing strategy, along with his top stock picks, with subscribers.

He specifically looks for assets (like stocks and bonds) that are of high value, when nobody else wants them. And then he strives to sell these when the price is higher. Apparently, this has paid off for both him and his subscribers.

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Steve says that, over the years, he has discovered opportunities to make money in safe haven investments like timber, gold coins, and government “tax certificates” and shared these with subscribers. And that, since 2001, he has helped subscribers cash in on at least a dozen recommendations for 100% gains or more.

So pretty cool.

However, it’s worth pointing out that even when you’re following the advice of someone like Steve, there is no guarantee you’ll make lots of money. Because regardless of the individual service or who’s behind it, there’s always risk involved in speculating in the stock market.

Which is why it always pays to carefully consider the risks and understand that nothing is guaranteed before rushing into something like this.

How Does True Wealth Work?

The way True Wealth works is pretty straightforward. The idea is to signup for $199 on the Stansberry Research website, which gives you access to the following:

  • 12 Monthly Issues of True Wealth: This is the bread and butter of the subscription. Each month Dr. Steve Sjuggerud sends you his latest investment recommendations, current model portfolio, and his latest market analysis.
  • Model Portfolio: This portfolio includes every stock on Dr. Steve Sjuggerud’s “buy now” list. He tells you what he recommends buying, at what price and when he recommends selling
  • The Stansberry Digest: This is a daily email where the Stansberry Research editorial team keeps you updated on interesting situations taking shape in the markets. As well as what’s going on within Stansberry Research. For example, what they got right, what they got wrong and what they’ve got planned going forward.
  • Website access: All of the emails you get, along with the model portfolio, are archived in the members only website. Which makes it handy to get access to everything in one place.

As you can see, there’s a lot of value on offer for $199.

But when you boil it all down, there’s really two core benefits of this service.

The first is the monthly newsletters that are sent to you each month, that list a new stock you can invest in. And the second is the model portfolio, which shows you every stock Dr. Steve Sjuggerud currently has on his buy list.

As a “side benefit” though, you get to learn from an expert investor who’s made some great calls in his time. Which is a good thing, since this is mostly about following whatever Dr. Steve Sjuggerud is doing, hoping that his recommendations are going to pay off.

Maybe they will, but it’s important to understand that there are no guarantees either.

The other great thing about this service is that Stansberry Research gives you a 30 day trial of the service. So you can buy the service and if you don’t like it, ask for your money back.

Who Is Dr. Steve Sjuggerud?

Steve Sjuggerud
Dr. Steve Sjuggerud

Dr. Steve Sjuggerud is the main man behind the True Wealth subscription, and he has been working with Stansberry Research since 2001.

After obtaining his doctorate, Steve has worked as a stockbroker, hedge-fund manager and was the vice president of a $50 million global mutual fund. So he has extensive experience in the investing world.

And he has made some pretty amazing calls.

According to his Stansberry Research profile page, he recommended buying gold back when it was trading around $320 an ounce and is credited with helping his subscribers make gains of anywhere from 96% to 419% in the stock market.

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Not to mention, he correctly called the bottom and recovery in the housing market. Over the years, he has also spoken at hundreds of financial conferences in the U.S. and around the world, and appeared in Fox Business News, Forbes, Bloomberg, and the Wall Street Journal.

So I think it’s pretty clear that Dr. Steve Sjuggerud is a legitimate investment professional, he’s been doing this for many years and has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry. And many people speak highly of his newsletters, so he’s the real deal.

Is True Wealth Legitimate?

True Wealth is a legitimate newsletter service run an investing expert, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud and Stansberry Research, which is a legitimate company that has been providing high value services in the finance and investing space for decades.

I personally think that for $199, there’s virtually no downside to buying the subscription itself. Especially since there’s a 30 day refund policy in place. So if you don’t like it, I guess you could always just ask them for a refund and that would be that.

The risk more comes into play if you follow Steve’s advice, and things don’t go exactly as planned. For example, if you buy shares in a company he recommends, and the stock price doesn’t take off as hoped. In this case you could end up losing your money. Or at least, a good portion of it.

So it’s not a scam, but that doesn’t mean it’s risk-free or that it’ll make you rich, either.

As with anything, it pays to exercise some caution and not rush into something without considering the potential downside and risks.

Bottom Line

True Wealth is an investment newsletter service headed up by Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, who works with a company called Stansberry Research.

It’s a legitimate service aimed at helping subscribers invest in assets like stocks and bonds when prices are low, and then sell when the price is higher. In other words, classic value-investing.

On one hand, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud is a knowledgeable investor who shares a great deal of value with his subscribers. So it’s possible that by following his recommendations you could end up making a lot of money.

On the other hand, there’s definitely some risk involved with this. So I wouldn’t rush into it expecting to get rich quick, or without understanding that nothing is guaranteed.

In any case, what you decide to do is up to you.

I’m not affiliated with the True Wealth service, so my aim with this review was never to convince you to join, or not join, the service. As always, my aim was to simply share my opinion to help you make a more informed choice either way.