Review: ETF Tipping Point
Kirt Christensen of ETF Tipping Point appears to be a complete and total swindler.
He claims a “97% win record” and “$24,586,923 in verifiable trading profits.” Yet he can provide ZERO proof.
Is offering a “super secret” trading system that apparently never loses and delivers a “trader lifestyle” of world travel and a life free from the worries of money.
If you “buy in the next 10-minutes, you get a free vacation.”
Avoid this huckster.
Kirt Christensen is a slick talker
Profits of $24 million is likely a fraud
97% winning trades is likely a fraud
Multiple complaints from purchasers
Offering a phony “free vacation”
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What is ETF Tipping Point and what are they selling? The EFT Tipping Point is a stock picking service that specializes in trading nine distinct Exchange Traded Funds.
The owner of the company is a person named Kirt Christensen and he openly claims in his promotional material to be a “professional internet marketer” that “has sold tens of millions of dollars in products” and “he got lucky when his prior company was purchased for millions of dollars.” Although, it would appear that he ripped this guy off.
The company operates from two primary web addresses: ETFtippingPoint.com and TradingScience.com. Curiously, each website has different physical locations listed as: 9507 E. Sprague Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99206 and 122 N Raymond, Suite 1, Spokane Valley, WA 99206.
Cost of ETF Tipping Point
The cost of the ETF Tipping Point trading advisory is $2,000 per year. Or $3,000 for two years.
The ETF Tipping Point trading system covers the following Exchange Traded Funds:
- SP 500
- Real Estate
The trading signals are delivered to customers via web panel, and these signals are generated every Friday.
Kirt Christensen claims that he has spent over $200,000 in development costs to develop this “secret system” and that it “reads every tick of every trade in the stock market” and some other mumbo-jumbo about “hidden volume patterns” and “advanced computer technology.”
Of course, we have all seen these types of offers before. There is always some mysterious computer technology and a super-secret formula that supposedly delivers millions of dollars in profits. But first, you must surrender your credit card to be availed of the mystical investment secrets.
According to Finra.Org, Kirt Christensen has ZERO financial qualifications, ZERO registrations, and it appears that his best qualities are a smooth sounding voice and a ‘boy scout’ appearance.
Performance Claims of ETF Tipping Point
Kirt Christensen claims that since 2006, he has taken 624 trades, and has the outrageously unbelievable track record of 97% winning trades.
In my 5+ years of writing investment reviews, whenever someone is claiming a 97% record of winning trades…they are a conman, a scam artist, a swindler.
Incredibly, in recorded video, this is exactly what Mr. Christensen is claiming: “These are real trades!”
In fact, he continues to pontificate the following investment performance as ‘100% real and authentic.’ Let’s have a closer look:
Obviously, this is the sort of outrageousness that drives me crazy.
Who would be stupid enough to believe this? Apparently, quite a few folks have been swindled.
Unhappy Customers of ETF Tipping Point are Complaining
The following are a few choice quotes from unhappy folk:
Christansen seems very slippery. He won’t show the results he says most people use with his system. Constantly uses the word anomaly when
explaining poorer results. -Todd Gabbett
He gives fraudulent information showing amazing returns that he never actually traded. He is in the business of taking people’s money and is willing to use fraudulent data to get it. STAY AWAY. -Larry
After three months I notice they were not reporting their huge losing trades on their trade history . I told them about it and they said they would correct it. Two weeks later still nothing so I told them again this time they blamed it on a computer. By this time three month had passed. I still demanded a refund for a fraudulent trade history which they sold as a ”FULL TRADE HISTORY.” They would not refund me and just ignored my phone call and emails. I can understand having some loser trades but not reporting huge losers to their trade history (is a) huge RED FLAG. -David Fitzgerald
Avoid this slippery dude
The internet is a fantastic and wonderful venue. It connects family and friends. It allows us to communicate quickly and easily. It allows us to buy and sell products and services with ease. We can watch porn.
However, in my experience, the internet is the worst possible place to find ‘investment advice.’ In fact, it surprises me that people place their trust and life savings in the hands of people that ‘have the right look’ or ‘sound honest.’ I would consider Kirt Christensen to ‘have the right look’ and he certainly ‘sounds honest.’
But after digging into this guy, it appears to be rotten at the core. Avoid.
Oh, and I forget to mention!
If you purchase the ETF Tipping Point System…Kirt Christensen will throw in a FREE VACATION! Have a look at this beauty. (I hope the girl comes with the vacation)