Chartsky is a live day trading room with zero performance disclosure. Furthermore, the proprietor refuses to reveal his name, or even a contact email address. A deep web search reveals that the owner of Chartsky also has about a dozen other trading websites offering all manner of “trading secrets”. Trading room has no free trial, we are expected to simply trust and hope that we don’t get screwed. A magnificent waste of time.
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What is Chartsky? The Chartsky website offers a live day trading room that can be subscribed at a monthly cost of $299 per month.
A quick review of the website reveals that there is no trading performance posted anywhere. There is no free trial of the trading room. The owner refuses to give his first or last name. There is no email address to contact this person. The website looks like it was created by a 9 year old on a Saturday afternoon. Whomever is running this website simply wants people to send him $299 per month to watch him trade. Yet, he refuses to release any information regarding his own personal trading experience. Furthermore, he has the website registration hidden from public view.
Why in the hell am I reviewing this piece of crap? Because I have now gotten 10 requests to review Chartsky. Once I hit the magical 10 requests, then a review commences. I have to ask those 10 readers that have asked me to review Chartsky, why? Please explain in the comments section. What could possibly compel anyone to send this bozo any money?
Chartsky: a closer look
One of the investigative tools that I like to use is a “server snooper”. What does that mean? Suppose that Chartsky is sitting on an IP address located at XYZ location, and the server is also identified ABC, then we can be reasonably certain that any additional website located at the same IP address and the same server will be affiliated with the same person. In other words, Chartsky is attempting to hide his identity from public view, but I have a few clever tricks that reveal whom the person actually is.
Who is Chartsky? Very simply, he is a yet another internet hustler selling yet another trading product, promising profits of $300 per day. Lets take a look at some of “Chartsky’s other websites.
tradershelpingtraders.net, live-trading-room.com, tradershelpingtraders.com, traderville.org, coffeetradersforum.com, commoditycafe.com, commodityville.com, tradershelpingtraders.org, commoditypickreport.com
If you take a look at these sites, they are basically a slew of get rich quick offerings of trading magic. Ebooks of various stripe that purport to teach secret trading methods and amazing trading setups. This list is long. and the offerings are all of the “get rich quick” variety.
Chartsky: for dogs and cats (and a ravioli roller)
In addition to running an amazing trading room, and selling a slew of trading books on how to get rich quick across a wide field trading websites. Chartsky is also offering a wide variety of pet products that help get rid of fleas and ticks, scabies, scratching, and mange. You can find Chartsky’s other websites here:
everydaysolutionsrx.com, mangerx.com, neemqueen.com, stopfleas.org, stopscabies.com,
Tying everything together
All of these websites are located at the same IP address, the same server identifier, and the same name server “TradersHelpingTraders.Net”. Its all the same person. Who is this person? After digging through all of these websites it was apparent that all of these websites lead back to the following person:
So, there you have it. Chartsky is a registered CTA by the name of Erich Senft. But for me, the biggest question is why hide? Why go through all of this trouble to hide your identify Erich? If a newbie investigator like myself could find your true indentity in 15 minutes, then why even go through all the effort?
Wrapping Things UP
Chartsky is obviously a ridiculous proposition. Whom would be foolish enough to send this person $300 each month, when he has zero track record? He refuses to reveal his identity. Hides his IP registration and wont even include a contact email address on his website. Why would anyone be crazy enough to even contemplate sending this odd ball a nickel?
Well that’s it for today. A wasted morning researching and writing about yet another trading room with absolutely no proof of success.