Money Tide and Day Trading Forecasts

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Dr. Al Larson is an adorable old guy. But he is also a certifiable nut that needs to get back on his medication.

Performance claims that border on fantastical, with no trading losses in the past 25 years. A certifiable whack-a-doodle that claims he can “See the face of God” and this imaginary God revealed a super secret trading formula that he is willing to sell for only $6,000.

Claims that secret energy fields from a yet unidentified alien planet are permeating our bodies and we must use these secret energy fields to predict financial markets. Claims to be able to time travel.

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Day Trading Forecasts and Money Tide is a day trading educational service and signals trading service by a person named Dr. Al Larson. The companies are selling the following trading products and services:

  • Emini SP500 day trading signals for $297 per month.
  • Chaos Trading Course $300
  • Fractal of Pi Trading Course $300
  • Face Of God Trading Trading Course $1250
  • Stargo Trading Course $2600
  • WinXGo Trading Software $1800

Dr. Al Larson claims to be a PhD scientist in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, a Veteran of WW2, a professional day trader, and a “fellow traveler on earth.”

Truth be told, Al Larson is an adorable old character. But he is also batshit crazy.

Supposed track record

Dr. Al Larson claims quite the track record of day trading the Emini SP500 futures contract. In fact, he states in promotional materials that since he discovered the “secret hidden energy formula” that he has not had a losing month of trading. And we are talking about since the 1980’s.

An examination of his supposed track record that is posted at shows a flawless track record. Not a losing month since February 2002. Yep, you are reading this correctly…never a losing month in 15 years! He claims over $4,000,000 in trading profits during this span.

Furthermore, he also claims that one of his customers made over $2,000,000 in profits while trading only 5 months.

Contacting Dr. Al Larson

TradingSchools.Org reached out to Dr. Al and requested some sort of proof of his supposed trading glory. We figured that with a trading course that claims to teach how to “See the face of God” and apply this to trading, that he would be more than willing to show redacted account statements of his trading success.

Dr. Al is a scientist, and surely he can appreciate actual evidence. Data points that can be measured and scrutinized by peers within the trading community. But alas, Dr. Al wanted nothing to do with sharing his personal trading results. Instead, he offered anecdotal evidence that since many people had paid him up to $36,000 to learn his magical secrets, this validated his material.

One has to wonder whom would be nutty enough to give Dr. Al Larson $36,000 to witness “The Face Of God”.

I love an old quote that my mother used to say, “Never argue with someone that believes their own lies.” In the case of Dr. Al Larson, he has been selling this nonsense for so long, that it has created a feedback loop. When he sells yet another sucker his trading course, this validates his belief system.

Thanks for reading. Sorry if I wasted your time with this review. But incredibly, 11 people requested that I contact Al and attempt to verify his performance claims.

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The only reason why your “review” wasted my time was because you haven’t actually reviewed any of Dr. Al’s tools, methods or techniques! Based on the number of inaccuracies there are in your article and subsequent comments, it doesn’t look like you have even seen any of the courses you purport to review, never mind studied them. Carrying out a character assassination of Dr. Al rather than an objective and / or rational critique of his work is unprofessional, and is no use to the readers of this website. You might be tempted to deny that your commentary qualifies as… Read more »
Hi guys, I never post on these sites but I couldn’t help but write this one. Your site here is supposed to help others avoid the scam artists in the industry, the list of these people is huge. But Dr. Larson isn’t one of them. While you take pleasure in making fun of an eccentric old trader, he’s making money and you are not. I’ve been watching Dr. Al Larson for almost 20 years. One of the interesting things he offers is to watch him trade for free every Friday as he uses the same S&P daytrading signals that he… Read more »
What a farce. If you look at the “professional profile” page, there is a marked difference in the abstract compared to the resume items which possibly look like pulled from other resumes. I’m not an EE, but have had training in a related field and some items look “plugged in” and inconsistent. Is this guy a certifiable genius who’s that accomplished yet is now teaching about moon tides in trading the markets? Bottom line, can’t prove live trading as tradingschools demonstrated, and I bet if was pressed further, probably can’t prove a lot of items in the tech resume either.
I wasted more time trying to look up more on this wack. Looked at a few of his videos. His site has been around since the late 90’s. Supposedly he wrote as pen name “Dr. Hans Hannula”, several articles on cycles in Stock and Commodities magazine. And a kindle book last year which seems to be a reprint of a 1997 book on electrical/human “energy fields”. I tried to be more fair, and really couldn’t find anything with simple search earlier than 1997 to verify any of the tech work at AT&T and Bell Labs.,… Read more »
Stray Dog

Dr. Al, I’ve got a message for you from God. He’s looking for his cut. Otherwise you won’t just be on Emmett’s naughty list.

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Now, those pictures look like a true stray dog.

May you smite him down mightily for daring to lie about you, Mighty One.

I’m beginning to think, hustling a legacy sham for so long can be dangerous to one’s mental health. After so many years of burying the last remnants of ethical conscience, the submerged guilt seeps out in just so many eccentric and crazy possibly senile ways. Looking at the recent Infinite-churn videos, those young sham artists kind of look half-depressed when not showing for the camera. They know they are caught up in their shamshow business. Their two white desks in their new IPchurn office in Orlando(?) I hope they turn it around before it’s too late where years later they… Read more »