Fous Alerts Review

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Nonsense on an epic scale. Fakery of an unprecedented proportion. A scam artist to the core. Selling a fantasy world of yachts, sports cars, fast money, and naked women.

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Pros: Cameron Fous is an excellent marketer and salesman. He is not selling how to be a truly good trader, he is selling the idea of easy money and a fantasy lifestyle that simply does not exist.
Cons: No trading is verified. Pure hypothetical nonsense. Requested brokerage statements to verify claims of massive profits, was denied. Requested redacted tax return showing trading profits, was denied. The entire Cameron Fous marketing machine is a fraudulent scheme of sucking as much money out of as many naive young men as possible.

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Cameron Fous Review

Today’s review I hold near and dear to my heart. I would like to introduce you to my neighbor, Cameron Fous. Yep, he lives right down the street, he is my neighbor, right here in San Diego Ca. This is a review that I have wanted to write for quite a long time. However I wanted to gather enough recorded evidence to make absolutely sure that the shit storm I was about to kick up would be recorded, bullet proof, documented and withstand a lawsuit. But before I reveal this charlatan to the trading community, lets talk about why I only recorded 20 hours instead of my normal 100 plus hours of recordings.

Normally it takes me about 40 hours of Camtasia screen recordings to figure out if a trading room moderator is really making trades, or just making trading room conversation. It became apparent to me, and quite quickly, that Cameron Fous is a complete and total fraud. In fact, he might even rival another well known trading fraudster that I recently reviewed, the magnificent carnival barker himself, Kavan Klein of Trade With Kavan. You can read about Kavan Klein here.

Cameron Fous has been able to parlay his supposedly authentic track record at Profit.ly into a very successful marketing machine.  In addition to Profit.ly, Cameron has been able to gather over 40 positive reviews on Investimonials.com. Of course, gaming investimonials with fake reviews is only a matter of registering multiple user profiles from different IP addresses. Mutiple IP address purchases have also been used to build a multitude of fake reviews on sites like Investimonials, Google Reviews, and Yelp pages. But creating fake reviews on Investimonials, which of course is the sister site of Profit.ly, is really not the marketing brilliance of Cameron Fous. What he has really been able to market is a fantasy lifestyle. He creates expensive, production quality videos of himself driving through Pacific Beach in a Maserati sports car, gloating about his massive day trading success. He creates wild videos of young women nearly nude, partying on boats on Mission Bay, pictures of bundles of $100 dollar bills, the whole thing  is pure nonsense that would only appeal to a boy full of hormones. Any real man, with any self respect, dignity or modesty feels wretched at watching Cameron dish out such chicanery. The following is one of Cameron Fous’s latest marketing fantasies…

In all honesty, I have to admire his marketing creativity. He does an excellent job of creating a fantasy world that would appeal to any male aged 13 to 33. The flaunting of money, nearly naked young women drinking and partying, sports cars, yachts, etc. He even created a very good video where he flew down to Costa Rica, rented a house, and the portrays himself as some sort of poolside trader, stating that he made $10k just laying by the pool. Pure marketing genius.

Another thing I find odd about Cameron is his odd hero worship of Jordan Belfort, “The Wolf Of Wall Street”. Of course, Jordan Belfort was a swindler and conman from the 1990’s, and even Wolf Of Wall Streettoday, Jordan Belfort readily admits that he was never a good trader. In fact, he never made any money trading stocks. He made all of his moneyfous on boat swindling retirees out of their life savings by selling them worthless penny stocks, that were marketed in high pressure boiler rooms. Whom would idolize a sociopath monster like Jordan Belfort, a man capable of wholesale and wanton fraud and corruption? This is comparable to Barack Obama idolizing Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy. It just makes no sense to me. But then again, it makes perfect sense. In a sick, Freudian sort of way.

Anyway, lets talk about the trading service that Cameron is selling. Step one, it is recommended that you purchase a “The Original Fous4” trading video that will teach you his trading secrets in 7.5 hours for a cost of $597. Next, when you are ready for more trading magic recipes, you should purchase the “Epic Sequel Fous4X2” which consists of yet another 7.5 hours at $597. He claims that with these videos you can easily earn up to $10,000 per day with his magic patterns secret sauce. But of course, this is not enough, you must also see the trading wizard in action in his live trading room, with a monthly cost of only $74.99. Oh, and by the way, once you pay $74.99 each and every month, you will then be considered a Hedge Fund Trader with access to trading firm capital. In other words, pay $74.99 and you do not even need to have a trading account, you get to access to free money that you can trade with! Amazing. Who would believe this nonsense?

What or who is Clique Fund LP? Well if you search archive.org, you will see that Clique Fund LP is a hastily thrown together webpage with absolutely no information about the company. Its contains about 200 words of nebulous soup. No address, no phone, no nothing to substantiate itself as a licensed New York Hedge Fund. If you are confused by this, you must understand that this marketing gimmick is only to keep the naive continuously paying $74.99 with the hopes of accessing trading funds through this supposed Securities Trading Hedge Fund. This bit of fraud is so egregious and outrageous that I have personally written a letter and hand delivered this fraud to the San Diego District Attorney, Bonnie Dumanis.

About the trading room…everyday there is a watch list of “Hot Stocks” and plenty of chatter. Plenty of incoherent wordplay about how this pattern is looking good in stock A and how big profit will be had once we get the awaited breakout. Cameron Fous is a great talker, a great salesman, an excellent play by play prognosticator. Unfortunately, there is absolutely no track record. When Fous Alerts Reviewasked for a track record of trades, attendees are always show the amazing profits the were “verified” on Profit.ly. Of course, Profit.ly is a hotbed of fake trades, of which I have already proven in my previous posts titled, Profit.ly Review and Profit.ly Fake. I personally followed Cameron Fous’s fakery to the bitter end by requesting account statements from either Speed Trader, or a simple redacted tax return. Of course, no response. I feel that the only way to disgorge Mr. Fous of his trading records is to file a suit claiming fraud, and force a subpoena his trading records in court. Force him into legal deposition. Made him defend himself.

But of course, many reading this will truly want to believe that Mr. Fous is no charlatan. I will be attacked and threatened. And since Cameron lives in an apartment just a few blocks from my home, I am sure we will not be having many barbecues together. Once again, thanks for reading and buyer beware. Form your own opinions, do your own research, and do not lose hope that you can be a successful trader. There are some excellent educators out there, that are willing to teach you, that care about you and care about their reputation. Best of luck with your trading and please speak your mind below.

 

 

 

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Wizkid
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Fous is fake and you will run into the same sites over and over. Thanks emmet for making it easier to find true honest teachers amongs the many fakes.

JC Trades
Guest

I feel sorry for all of those young people getting duped by this guy. I used to follow him on Twitter but had to stop. The stocks he alerts his followers to are crap with no real volume. Not that hes doing it, but hyping up crap is normally a sign that the Guru is front running a stock to sell into the sheep. When someone is continually hyping up a stock that’s moved .02 cents within the last hour, you have to wonder what their real intentions are..

Thanks for writing this review!

Larry smith
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Larry smith

He is a piece of shit a true marketing flake

Ron
Guest
Sour grapes. There’s so much hate in this whole review. Not to mention lack of facts, like the hedge fund, you obviously don’t know how it works, if you think all you have to do is pay 75 bucks and have access to unlimited capital?! You’re the one spreading outrageous lies. There’s much more to it than a simple monthly fee. Peter zhang, the manager of clique fund, is known, even took part in a Wall Street documentary. Fous has been offering his knowledge for almost a long time, and has not once ever claimed it was easy. If you… Read more »
Mike P.
Guest
Let’s be honest. There is an extreme lack of documentation for this fund. The website doesn’t even work. As far a Peter Zhang, did you watch the documentary he was in? I have multiple times. Bottom line is that Haim Bodek’s firm blew out due to his obliviousness to certain order types (he’s not stupid, just overlooked something). Peter Zhang together with some others (including Haim) began a new hedge fund which does algorithmic trading. You need to look at the fact that Peter is not an important figure in the trading world. There are many, many hedge funds that… Read more »
Joe
Guest

I’m a trader and been in the marketing business, I can tell you, this guy is a fraud. Have the SEC look into his track record.

Kevin
Member

It should be noted that Cameron Fous has long been dismissed from profit.ly due to his lack of transparency and his altering his trades on the site to avoid showing his losses. You can’t even buy his DVD’s from the site anymore

Andre
Guest

I love this review. Had me laughing for a while. The crazy thing, I really liked Cameron Fous’ pitch is so fun and convincing. I want to go against my own instincts and subscribe because I liked what I was seeing. Maybe it was all the girls and lifestyle. But thankfully Emmitt broke it down, and I saved myself from a disaster.

Ron
Guest
I followed Cameron Fous for around 6 months and all I can say is Emmett is spot on . Fous is not a trader. He throws money at “Fous4 Setups” only to sell for a loss and then explain to the room why he did what he did. Occasionally he will get lucky and hit a winner and then use that one score for weeks on end to pump his “system” on Twitter all the while losing on all the trades he’s making day to day until he hits another and starts to pump it again. I went from losing… Read more »
Gigii
Guest

Could you please share which chat room you are with now? Please ☺️

Van
Guest

Can you please point to where he has mentioned “making millions” from trading, because now he is claiming $800,000 since 2011. I don’t ever recall hearing him mention having made millions.

Joey
Guest

Fous is a small and pathetic spinoff of the Tim Sykes fraudulent empire. He loses on trades daily and calls it good discipline. Once in a great while he’ll get lucky and then calls it experience. He a washed up wannabe and will never be anything more.

eric
Guest

You should probably know that Clique Fund is not Cameron’s. It’s part of Bulls On Wall Street. Cameron just offers a discount to his live stream if you are a trader for the e fund

darren wheat
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darren wheat
I have watched the videos. Cameron s trading percentages, that is wins vs.losses are on par with most “trading gurus” out there. Everyone knows that there is more money in going into business and reaching potentially tense of thousands of people as opposed to sitting in front of a computer screen all day. The only question is if Cameron can keep the passion to remain a success ful trader while running a hugely successful business. He has to keep the desire that got him into teaching others and that is to be a better than average trader. They all go… Read more »
New Trader
Guest

Fous mostly trades penny or sub-penny stocks. Any people who trade penny stocks are scammers.

lar
Guest

fous the fake

Robert
Guest

Personally , if a room operator’s hobby was serial killing It wouldn’t put me off the room: all I need are honest, useful calls. Still the background always makes for interesting reading.
I am sure if Fous provides bonafide trading statements from his brokers that would merit a rereview?

DAN
Guest
Emmett, Fous Alerts is nothing more then a genius in Marketing and nothing else. I completely agree with every opinion you said about this. My main question and I think that still needs to be investigated is Clique Fund LP Hedge fund. I have been back and forth with the idea of wanting to join the fund it all sounded so good, the only thing that was not letting me go forward with the plan was the fact that I had to purchase one of Fous Alerts programs, and I was not interested in that. I notice that this Hedge… Read more »
John Carper
Guest

Is this the Cameron Fous from Dimension Trader?

TraderTom
Guest

Ron, please tell us the name of the profitable trading room you are using. At least give us a clue. Thanks

Wal
Guest

Hi Ron,

Hope this finds you well.
If you would kindly let us know and enlighten us new traders about your new proven system, we’d truly appreciate it.

Your assistance is greatly appreciated, sir!

Wal

stephen
Guest

Are there any trading educators that you would recommend?

Abdullah
Guest

Hello Emmett,

Interesting article, thank you. I notice that Fous claims that Ellite members get a Live HD video of his trading, so these members can trade exactly at the same time of Fous. Can you verify this? I think this would increase transparency.

Regards,,

ryan
Guest
just want to thank you for this review. I wish I saw this earlier. I bought both of his videos courses about 6 months ago and got through one now the site doesn’t respond anymore and crashes when ever I try to load the videos. so I basically just handed him my 1200 for nothing since I am not getting any of the material that was promised. I have called every number under fousalerts, emailed them and even asked through social media but get no response. extremely aggravated with this and hope justice comes sooner than later to this man… Read more »
New Trader
Guest

Confused! You must have used a credit card in which case you can claim the money back..?

Johnathan
Guest

email me at sendmestocks@gmail.com. I can help you with the video if you need it!

Simon Green
Guest
Simon Green
Always remember this very simple litmus test – if the person trying to sell you a trading course or any course where you think there’s easy money to be made, and that person shows you a picture of a flashy and very expensive car(s) – YOU’RE ABOUT TO BE SUCKERED. No ifs and buts but you’re going to get suckered. Hopefully the worst that will happen is you’ll lose the cost of the course and not real money in the markets. The markets are FUCKING LETHAL for those that don’t know 100% of what they’re doing and it can take… Read more »
Amarant
Guest

It’s not that simple if they’re showing off their wealth it’s a scam. If they’re wearing a suit and tie in a picture or not hooked up to a lie detector machine the probability for deception is high in this industry.

Cody
Guest
I see I’m a little late to the conversation. But I recently stumbled upon the four website and his “system” thank god for torrents. It always seemed a little to good to be true. I’m very new to the trading world and I feel like there are many people like this. Like someone mentioned above Kuna? An Sykes. The only one I have seen that seems remotely credible is Warrior trading. But again I’m very New. So I’m going to take the next 6 months. Read more books. Do more research. But if anyone can maybe help point me in… Read more »
jim
Guest

Check out the warrior trading review.. sorry too break it too you cody but you cant trust nobody in this trading game. Your pretty much on your own as trading is extremely difficult and you are competing against the smartest minds in world. Super quants who build fully automated black box algorithms that take all your money. These quants are employed by the biggest funds and banks in the world, such as goldman sachs and citadel securities. These mathmatecians are super geniusous who have phd’s from mit/ivy league and are nearly impossible too beat. Goodluck!

ned
Guest

they cannot trade in the real arena that’s why they build automated programs.

dtchurn
Guest

The quants may have an edge on their funds, but it’s not as great as the pure hft frontrunners. When there was progress on the new exchange pool with “speedbumps”, the hft firm that made the most money over the past few years (over a billion dollars) protested the loudest.

Rob B
Guest

“These mathmatecians are super geniusous who have phd’s from mit/ivy league and are nearly impossible too beat. ”

And when you look at their performance most can still not even beat the S&P. The ones that do, usually turns out they figured out how to front run orders or some other unscrupulous method.

Joe
Guest
Emmett, your review has enough misspellings and grammatical errors to put you on par with the condemned, nice job. And you also resemble what you claim Fous to be: A marketing genius. But you, however, are a bully that expects people to acquiesce to your demands for information. Who are you again? And why should he/ we care? Oh yeah, were you going to give us any evidence of foul play? For such a verbose article, I couldn’t find once fact that makes him a fraud. I guess I need to have you subpoenaed to make you come forth with… Read more »
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