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BootyBoy (@guest_5061440)
8 days ago

Can you please audit Chris Haroun’s “MBA” Course at
The individual, Chris Haroun, seems legitimate enough, however I’m unsure that a unaccredited (which he admits) “MBA” course justifies a $2,500- price point.  BTW, your “Do you need a product review?” page does not seem to be working. Thanks.

BootyBoy (@guest_5061441)
8 days ago
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disregard the last sentence, the submission form is now working.

larrygx (@guest_5061424)
13 days ago

PLEASE write a review about I bought into their “easy and safe strategy” and lost over $50,000 of my savings by following them. Their strategy is literally catching falling knives and averaging down until there’s nothing left. It’s the riskied thing you can possible do and they advertise it to newbies like I was as “safe and easy”. No refunds of course. They need to be exposed…

larrygx (@guest_5061425)
13 days ago
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I meant to spell, my apologies

larrygx (@guest_5061426)
13 days ago
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To add some more information, i bought a year’s membership last february when the group had about 300 members, within 3 members that grew to over 7000 members. they advertised aggressively on youtube to hook newbies. Once in the live stream the main trader said they were spending $40k a day in advertising. It’s a big business but I know of so many members who have lost so much while they profit handsomely from subscriptions. They regularly ask members to write positive trustpilot reviews in exchange of free membership months. Members write good reviews because due to their average down system they have a high winning percentage but when they lose they lose huge. New members can go on for months not having any losses and then one huge one happens and wipes them out. That’s what happened to me and many others on a couple ocassions. No they charge $1000 a month for an “add on” room. They do whatever they can to pump money from their users. Thank you Emmett for considering my request. Larry.

dtchurn (@guest_5061427)
12 days ago
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This sounds terrible. Averaging down a loser is probably the single worst trading habit infecting newbs and it’s a disgusting scam that this shamshow is teaching all their members to do this. It’s a hard habit to shake off once a trading aspirant tries it and it self-destructs most all efforts at maintaining trading risk management strategies and rules because then one rationalizes away the need for a stoploss which often then becomes a bad habit, doubling down a loss in overleverage even more to risk of account busting, and forgetting the need for consistent performance of one’s strategy and trade risk management with adhering to defined stop losses , respecting the percentages instead of trying to change them mid-trade. I suspect a big portion of those testimonials are the typical shills as usual, friends, distant family or hired. These scammers are trying to be next Sykes or Raging Bull in size montrosity. Their disclaimer page, neatly off to the side on another link, tries to cover their stink by saying they’re “educational only!” (Primo-like, throwing up their hands, hidin’ under the desk, hoping the tradingschool’s spotlight misses or passes over them quickly enough, lolol) and they probably learned from OTA’s and RagingBull’s arrogant debacle to cover their bases more and not be too outlandish with yt video in-your-face commercials filmed inside a rented private jet, but shamshow up the “average trader guy” shill testimonial videos even more.

Last edited 12 days ago by dtchurn
Bobrob (@guest_5061289)
1 month ago

Can you make one for George Perez, he has a youtube channel and of course is asking for Patreon support with it.

Bobrob (@guest_5061397)
17 days ago
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wsf42 (@guest_5061268)
1 month ago

how about g7fx, claims to have worked in trading firm or bank, he says that his accounts are verifiable thru an independent company myfxbook. 

Last edited 1 month ago by wsf42
dtchurn (@guest_5061124)
2 months ago

Here’s another one run by a bunch of young guys , . Seems to be a better toned down version of “the trading fraternity”. No real sign of trader#orn, instead they have party pics of nyc, a club, and wall st. in the background to have maybe more a veneer of respectability. And of course there’s the “jumpstart” course at about 33% off, typical of these shamshow hot dog package products. It’s even amusing there’s a service set of products for “tax planning for traders” ( , like they and their students are so profitable, they need their multi $k courses to tax haven all the supposed massive yearly profits they’re assumed to be making, lolol. A latest clever new gimmick of appearing “authentic” (instead of broker statement proof as usual). For Ross Scameron of Warrior Trading, initially it was the webcam of him in the chatroom. But then some noticed his arms weren’t moving or moved at different times when he called out trades. So later, the webcam was tilted higher from a different angle and only showed his face from his neck, lol. So there’s that site. Also probably many have seen this gal “The Humbled Trader” around on youtube trader video suggestions. So that could be another “new generation”, youtube “content” guru, of shamshows to expose on the list of tradingschools’ future exposé articles.

Last edited 2 months ago by dtchurn
Mark (@guest_5060942)
2 months ago

Could you make a review for TrueTrader? they have ads all over youtube and I’ve read lots of BBB complains and terrible reviews online. Curious to read your thoughts of them.

dtchurn (@guest_5057337)
3 months ago

Long time legacy options spreads guru vendor shamshow, one of the earlier ones, that should be exposed. , just putting it out there. I’m sure some long time retailers remember or have heard of this ex-cboe farce.
(good that “Dr. J”/Najarian of “Monster”-options and cnbc-guest-talkinghead got exposed by tradingschools in a recent review. ( He was one of the earlier instigators of HFT organizations infecting the options markets being a predatory insider. Sheridan and J are similarly from the same old termite sham log of the latter ’00s)

Last edited 3 months ago by dtchurn
Hustle (@guest_5057311)
3 months ago

Hey Emmett, Please, please review Christon Jones with The Truth Jones ( It is really urgent.

Jose (@guest_5057244)
4 months ago

Could you pls make a review for


. They offer some mt4 soft but sell it via mql5 main website, not directly. Is there a reason?

Marcel (@guest_5057181)
4 months ago

Has anyone experience with using for charting and technical analysis?

Kay (@guest_5057117)
4 months ago

Do not trade with rayner. He is a scam. He gets people to subscribe for $150 and recommend a fraudulent broker to swindle money from subscribers. This broker will not approve your deposits until rayner text them , then they respond to livechat which shows he may be the one running both.

abbas (@guest_5057100)
4 months ago

has anyone bought zedd monopoly course

John (@guest_5056912)
5 months ago

Anybody hear of Preston Pirate James?

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Mike Rogers (@guest_5056872)
6 months ago

Please do a review on Matthew R. Kratter, an author on Amazon. He claims to be a “pro” stock trader and former hedge fund manager, however when running a hedge fund, he had nothing but negative returns. His full record can be found at this Google Drive link:

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Matt Richardson (@guest_5056871)
6 months ago

Just testing

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Tommy Arencibia (@guest_5056869)
6 months ago

Be careful of OTWS / OTWSTEVE / Option trading with Steve. The biggest fraud I’ve come across on Discord. He’s not knowledgeable and loses on many trades. What keeps him going are the poor people who subscribe and pay $125 per month for him to continue with his trading which I think he paper trades. Who tells the group to load the boat and loses on the trade later on. WFC was the worst, so many people lost thousands on it. He was so confident it would be over $30 in July. On top of it, he’s a prick to his members and deletes negative reviews and comments and only keeps the good ones

Striker (@guest_5056829)
6 months ago

Anyone heard of Trading Made Easy, or Cambridge Trading Academy, located in Las Vegas? Run by a James Viscuglia, PhD(??), also know as “Frank”. Any feedback would be appreciated.

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