Tackle Trading

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Summary

Tackle Trading, yet another group of supposed "Professional Trading Mentors" with a long history of "get rich quick" schemes and scams. Owner of company has a long, long, very long history of selling every imaginable hustle under the sun. Prior to Tackle Trading, offered a now defunct real estate educational product on how to get rich quick with NO money down, real estate investing. All four of the individuals at Tackle Trading have been intertwined together and appear to be well groomed, online gypsies looking to score a quick buck from the financially illiterate, the desperate and the poor. Sad and shameful online reputation for scamming people that spans nearly 20 years. Their parents must be so proud.

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Pros: Absolutely nothing to recommend.
Cons: Individuals involved with company have a very long history of selling shady, get rich quick educational products in both trading and real estate. No track record of trading success. A long list of defunct websites and negative online complaints. Avoid.

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What is Tackle Trading? Tackle Trading is a trading educational website and official Ninja Trader Ecosystem educational provider. The Tackle Trading website is primarily a membership type website that teaches basic trading skills, a weekly podcast titled “Trading Justice”, proprietary trading indicators, and options trading suggestions. The cost of the membership is $97 per month.

Tackle Trading maintains a website at www.tackletrading.com, a Twitter profile, a Facebook profile, and a YouTube channel.

A check on Archive.Org reveals that the website began offering trading products and trader mentoring in 2014.

No Track Record

A review of the website reveals the names of several trading educators, however there is no official bio for any of the “professional trading educators”. The names of these individuals include Gino Poore, Matt Justice, Noah Davidson, and Tim Justice.

None of these individuals have a posted track record of trading. Trading Schools.Org sent an email requesting this information, however the company refused. They prefer to be recognized as an educator and have no track records of actual trading, that they would be willing to share with the audience.

Company Owner

Tackle Trading

Gino Poore (Helping you become Poore..er)

It appears that the owner of Tackle Trading is a person named Geno Poole, living in Los Angeles, California. A Google search of Geno Poole revealed a LinkedIn profile that can be found here.

A review of the LinkedIn profile reveals that Geno Poole has been a long time educator selling a wide variety of day trading products and “get rich quick” real estate workshops.

As recently as 2015, Gino Poole was selling a real estate educational product named Tigrent Learning. This business is now defunct and been closed down. A review of Archive.Org reveals what appears to be something similar to Donald Trump University. A person pays fee’s of several thousands of dollars and learns some sort of “real estate investing secrets”.

Tigrent Learning has an extremely negative online profile. There are multitudes of complaints filed against the company. The Better Business Bureau issued a statement, “Approach with extreme caution”. In addition to the BBB warning, there are an extremely long list of complaints from consumers located all over the United States. The following are several very recent complaints: Consumer Affairs, Rip Off Report, and Pissed Consumer.

Prior to Tackle Trading, it appears that Geno Poole worked for a company named Teach Me To Trade. This company is a highly dubious, now defunct day trading educational business that lead to several of the trading instructors being indicted for Securities Fraud.  Once again, there are a multitude of online complaints registered against Teach Me To Trade. Several of the purchasers of the $5k to $10K day trading educational course banded together and filed a class action lawsuit that was eventually settled.

Tackle Trading and its “Expert Trading Mentors”

Matt Justice Tackle Trading

Matt Justice

Another listed trading expert of Tackle Trading is Matt Justice. Yet another former employee of the dubious and now defunct Tigrent Learning. Matt Justice has been selling “get rich quick” products for a very long time. Some of his prior products include Trading Labs, Stock Success Team, Real Options Master, and MachTrader. A Google search reveals yet another nest of negative online complaints. It seems that everything Matt Justice touches is destined for failure and yet more online complaints.

If interested, you can listen to Matt give nearly useless trading advice on his blog: TradingJustice.com.

Yet another of the “Expert Trading Educators” of Tackle Trading is person named Noah Davidson. A review of his online profile  and Google searches also reveals a long list of dubious associations and get rich quick schemes regarding day trading and Forex trading.

And finally, there is yet another “Expert Trading Mentor” named Tim Justice. A review of his Google search, online profile reveals much of the same “get rich quick” trading nonsense.

Long Time Hustlers

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Noah Davidson (Don’t I look trustworthy?)

All four of these individuals appear to be tightly intertwined and quickly moving from website to website, either promoting $5,000 to $10,000 Donald Trump type get rich quick, real estate education. Or day trading, get rich quick type trading schemes. Most telling are the trail of businesses that are now defunct and the smorgasbord of online consumer complaints. There was Tigrent Learning, then Trading Justice and Tackle Trading. I guess they like to use the letter T for their online hustles.

Wrapping Things Up

Tackle Trading appears to be yet another group of roving con artists. Moving from “get rich quick” investment scheme to investment scheme. Today they are “Expert Trading Mentors and Professional Traders”, next it might be “Expert Real Estate Investors”, or “Success Coaches”. We can only guess.

One thing we can always be assured, there are always going to be scammers that look wholesome and nice like these guys, looking to fleece the poor and the financially desperate. Looking to rip honest people off for what remains of their savings and credit card limit. Sad world we live.

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