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FutureTrooper
FutureTrooper (@guest_6062360)
11 days ago

Please review Wealth Builders Institute, Todd Rampe, Las Vegas

Last edited 11 days ago by FutureTrooper
CLGuy
CLGuy (@guest_6062345)
14 days ago

Please review Thomas Kralow and his course he’s all over youtube thank you

CLGuy
CLGuy (@guest_6062344)
14 days ago

can you review Thomas Kralow course thomaskralow.com thanks

MICHAEL Aguiar
MICHAEL Aguiar (@guest_6062239)
1 month ago

Hi EMMETT,Keep up the great work and God Bless you my friend.Emmett what do you know of PLATINUM TRADES(click on their site and you get)-THE MONEY PIT stock subscription service for $60 dollars a month?They claim over 74 days of overnight swing trading and a 9 out of 10 call winners.They claim they are the most successful and profitable alert service anywhere(I have been following EasyMoney@Platinum Trades on Stock twits and you will see everything I wrote above).Can you email me Emmett and let me know please.Emmett keep up the Great Immense Work you do to protect the public from fraudsters.Your a good man sir,”Salt Of The Earth”.Take Care and Thank You Emmett..Michael

John
John (@guest_6062193)
1 month ago

You need to start investigating these TikTok clowns and their paid Discord’s.
Nothing but hustlers. There are at least 5-10 main characters involved in each and many have other rooms that they collaborate. Idea is to pump as many sheep into the landing room where the shills all claim great success from the trades called in the PREMIUM room. This goes on in infancy . Once they join the premium , its all nothing but a jerk fest .. between 7-8 am someone will make a very general statement , HYE watch these stocks today .. 1 will go nuts , they will all claim to get it . And then make 10 video posts on the app about it . Then the typical TrustPilot type bots will fill the comments with how great everyone did .. It’s really is amazing …
Take at look at this sleaze machine ….

John
John (@guest_6062194)
1 month ago
Reply to  John

TeamBullTrading Absolute joke …

Richard Krug
Richard Krug (@guest_6062188)
1 month ago

Is Ernie Veritimos of asymmetricadvisor.com a scam?

jackie
jackie (@guest_6062119)
1 month ago

Please review mike swartz http://www.epitometrading.com

jim
jim (@guest_6062081)
1 month ago

Please review “The Intentional Trader” or what is now known as “SecondBrainTrading”

Jason
Jason (@guest_6062065)
1 month ago

Please also review Vladimir Ribakov. Appears genuine and not too flashy but often does subtly promote the lifestyle etc.

I have tested some strategies he shows and they actually do have potential

Claims he has tested certain strategies, would be worth asking for test results or proof.

Jason
Jason (@guest_6062064)
1 month ago

MBA (My Bitcoin Academy) from Australia. They often teach basic price action for $180+ monthly fee which is information you can find anywhere. They appear to be becoming huge.

Facebook posts from people appear as if a kid is talking. “Crypto Calls Australia” page

They give members the opportunity to recruit new members, often which is done with Facebook posts on groups such as “I’m offering to go over any charts you like, we could set up a call” “I’ve been using a great course, PM me if you want more details”

Would be worth seeing if any of them can provide statements where they actually trade in any markets, with stop loss and profit target in place and see how it stacks up

Last edited 1 month ago by Jason
Boondoggle
Boondoggle (@guest_5061595)
3 months ago

https://dailyprofitcycle.com/archives/market-commentary/stansberry-vs-jay-z-in-spac-land/

Word on the street is that a certain fella found civilly liable of securities fraud in 2007 is planning to take his outfit public. Probably a very good reason why his company’s LinkedIn page has been stripped of anything but the template…

Worth looking into?

Boondoggle
Boondoggle (@guest_5061372)
4 months ago
Boondoggle
Boondoggle (@guest_5061374)
4 months ago
Reply to  Boondoggle

You need to read that stipulated order. pp 23ff. The FTC pretty much made the entirety of Agora their bitch for 20 years.

https://www.ftc.gov/system/files/documents/cases/de_62_-_stipulated_order_for_permanent_injunction_and_monetary_judgment_1.pdf

Boondoggle
Boondoggle (@guest_5061388)
4 months ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Agora has perfected to “independent spin-off LLC” corporate structuring scheme, where they can pretend that each unit is independently managed, so liability does not extend to the holding company. This time, however, that seems to have not completely worked out, as the holding company of the holding company that is holding the holding company under which all the other 80 companies exist, Monument & Cathedral LLC (named after the intersection of streets where the HQ is located) is a “stipulating party” to the FTC order.

The FTC’s terms make Agora-style copywriting almost impossible now, it will be a complete reset to the 1990’s, when Agora was an actual publishing company.

dtchurn
dtchurn (@guest_5061392)
4 months ago
Reply to  Boondoggle

Good mention of these shamshows’ “spin-off LLC”s or their subdividing into organizational dummy crony divisions or subsidiaries even if often just on paper. And to help obfuscate or stay under the radar of investigatory regulators. It seems to have been a long-time used shell-gaming trick by some of the bigger scam organizations, or course not just this clownish snakeoiler traducational cesspool industry, but in general of financial frauds. Busby’s DTI and of Sykes’ empire are others.

Which reminds yet again, hoping for a review someday, Emmett, of The Daytrading Academy of our favorite Brazilian shamshow clown, Marcello Arambide. I’d mentioned before some former duped client of DTA reported finding wording in the small print of the site page indicating the possibility of DTA actually being a subsidiary offshoot , maybe a Brazilian expansion venture of DayTradeToWin and JohnPaul, already reviewed here (https://www.tradingschools.org/?s=daytradetowin). So no wonder, I recall Marcello’s original “coming out as a guru” videos like he was showing off sipping a drink at some resort site overlooking Rio and then later showing his trading laptop in his bedroom where his mom, presumably, (who looked like a cleaning lady) accidentally got in view of the video. That his sham later became a bigger group with a “team” of trading coaches/experts, with a showcased office trading room in a bigger building in videos, and selling 2k “intro” hotdog learning packages seemed unnaturally expanding fast similar to how Syke’s empire grew from his initial apartment in that old “Wall St. Warriors” docu series. So probably some other money or organization or established shamshow behind or supporting significantly, these “rising” trading guru organizations where they put on a show of “quickly” getting-rich, with the usual trader-*orn pics and videos of “traveling around the world”, vacationing, etc.

Last edited 4 months ago by dtchurn
dtchurn
dtchurn (@guest_5061393)
4 months ago
Reply to  dtchurn

And check this out Emmett! Even BigMike of futures.io caught one of the members in connection as a possible shill for DTA posting comments in futures.io promoting DTA and another fake tradingschools clone site “www.emmettmooretradingreviews.com”(now dead it seems). (https://futures.io/trading-reviews-vendors/42854-veritasfuturestrading-com-looks-great-2.html#post785799)
On the DayTradeToWin review comments (

DayTradeToWin

we saw that JohnPaul clown clone tradingschools as “tradingschools.pro” and since a Marcello shill referred to another clone site, and bigmike caught Marcello trying to shill pretend without reporting himself as a vendor member on futures.io (https://futures.io/trading-reviews-vendors/26082-day-trading-academy-marcello-arrambide-www-thedaytradingacademy-com.html#post305473), and banned him(!), lol, it could very well be another example of DayTradeToWin and DTA, JohnPaul & Arambide, in cahoots!

Last edited 4 months ago by dtchurn
Boondoggle
Boondoggle (@guest_5061394)
4 months ago
Reply to  dtchurn

Sykes used to run his own show and was stridently anti-Stansberry. That didn’t keep him from joining up with Agora Financial a few years ago… so his business, too, now is reporting to the FTC for the next 20 years.

For those uninitiated: The Agora (formerly Agora, Inc., now apparently Monument & Cathedral, LLC) owns both Stansberry, Agora Financial, Oxford Club, Money Map Press, each of which are nominally independent companies, each with a figurehead independent manager. The business model is almost perfect. To milk even their own subsidiaries beyond pass-thru net profits, one LLC, 14West, charges each subsidiary for marketing, IT, accounting, HR services etc., while a bunch of satellite LLCs owned mainly by the principals in various constellations owns the properties and garages/lots used by the employees and subsidiaries. Imagine a web of conveyor belts fed by millions of dollars each week, where the spider at the center of the web gorges not only on what drops directly into its mouth, but on every bit and crumb that falls off the belts in the course of doing business…

Nadina S
Nadina S (@guest_5061395)
4 months ago
Reply to  Boondoggle

They will pay no more than Simon Jousef (Global Trade Room rebranded The Trader Institute) paid anyone – fine or restitution. Similar looking Court Order. No victim has been paid as yet. No meaning to these settlements till the prison threat comes in. So long as they are perceived by law as civil when really they are criminal.

Boondoggle
Boondoggle (@guest_5061396)
4 months ago
Reply to  Nadina S

By order, Agora had to put the money in escrow and must hire a claims administrator reporting to the FTC overseeing the refunds. What’s not used for refunds goes into the Treasury. I don’t think the refunds will be large, given that the products that were fraudulently sold were typically around or less than $100/buyer. But Agora has the assets to do so and not all defrauded customers will file a claim — Uncle Sam is rubbing his hands in gluttonous expectation.

Nadina S
Nadina S (@guest_5061398)
3 months ago
Reply to  Boondoggle

I don’t blame him.

As a medical person living is in UK, I know little of law never mind US law. Why the hell has Simon Jousef also not had to put the money “in escrow”?

Anyhow – another great victory! For the victims and hence all of us on the right side. Congratulations to everyone who did not take it lying down but stood up to them. Way to go. Hopefully you will get something back. No grudge, I am happy for you.

And again – in general – thanks to Emmett. Most of these victories would never have happened had he not united us here. Ex-felon he may be but I swear I would be his character witness. Talk about rehabilitation! He saved more money to potential fraud victims then he defrauded in his time. There never was a felon who paid his debt to society so truly. 🙂

And not forgetting Emmett’s secret ingredient – Susy. Most of what he does probably could not have been achieved without her.

Last edited 3 months ago by Nadina S
dan
dan (@guest_5061370)
4 months ago
Nadina S
Nadina S (@guest_5061399)
3 months ago
Reply to  dan

You probably mean Simon Jousef . . . . . or could it be Fausto Pugliese?

But look at the speaker line-ups on the other posters – it reads like “who is who in the trading fraud” list.

Last edited 3 months ago by Nadina S
Petter
Petter (@guest_5061137)
5 months ago

Great site and thanks for doing this. A lot of it should be common sense, but where people see dollars before their eyes common sense departs.

Joe
Joe (@guest_5061036)
5 months ago

Hi Emmett

I wound up getting scammed by a DIFFERENT “Ace” than the one you exposed on your site. This guy goes by “ACE” but his twitter handle is @super1nyc. He used the same handle on stocktwits until they finally booted him off. After realizing his slack chat room was a total scam, I asked for a refund and he just booted me off. However, it turns out I was able to connect with about a dozen or so other victims and we were able to dig deep and find out the scammer’s identity (something which he went to great lengths to hide). Michael J Witt from Maspeth, NY. He also uses the email acecalls@outlook.com. BEWARE!

Cody
Cody (@guest_5057099)
8 months ago

I’ve signed up for the free trading session from the S&P 500 Futures Trading Group (formally The Delta Trading Group it looks like) and read your review here:

Delta Trading Group

Which looks pretty bad. This was written in 2015, but I assume it’s the same deal? BTW – they tell you to watch an intro video before your session, which I have here:

The guy says they log each trade so it can be verified, which your article from 2015 says they didn’t do. So has it changed? I have also read it costs 10k upfront and $600 per month, which immediately I won’t do. If this is true, what really irks me is the radio broadcast that brought me to the group. Never mentioned anything about a price, yet they LITERALLY said that other trading groups will charge you absorbent prices. (They even said “thousands of dollars”) If the 10k is true, the radio broadcast outright lied. The radio broadcast also says, they win 9 out of 10 trades if you follow the program, yet this video says 60/40 split. I guess I can take the free session and tell you how it goes….

Gareth McAllister
Gareth McAllister (@guest_5057003)
8 months ago

I was somewhat assured that I saw trades actually happen on the Delta Trading Group site. I also noted that some of the time the trades were just simulations and not actual trades. But the concept of the 4/3 risk management and the trend, retracement, cloudy stop, and headroom all seem to be reasonable. I visited the site more than 10 times and saw various instructors and quite a few individuals commenting about their trades. Also ran an excel spreadsheet with a random (heads (zero) or tails (one)) and then another random number between 37 to 63 based on the time head or tails would show up – and in 100 trades always came out in the positive. So what am I not understanding about this concept. I fully understand that I will not gain in trades all the time and that I will loose from time to time.

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