The Trading Fraternity

The Trading Fraternity
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Summary

The Trading Fraternity is a live day trading room, educational course, and mentorship program offered by a person named 'Josh Answers', a fake name. An absolute shit-show of fraud and outright misrepresentation.

The marketing pitch is pure pornography. Images of Mercedes, Ferrari's, Bentley's, Maserati's, and even a Rolls Royce. 'Josh Answers' claims to be the world's most successful day trader that has earned millions of dollars day trading. Claims to own multiple mansions around San Diego, Ca. Loves to take pictures of himself eating lobster. Completely ridiculous, overhyped marketing that is tailor made to the newbie day trader, ages 17 to 26.

The end result for victims are maxed out credit cards, financial destruction, failure, and feelings of abuse bordering on molestation.

A top level con artist. Avoid.

Pros: Excellent social media marketing.
Cons: An absolute shit-show of BS trading performance. The person running the company is a top level con artist and extremely manipulative.

Thanks for reading today’s review of The Trading Fraternity

What is The Trading Fraternity? The Trading Fraternity is a stocks and options day trading school. The person that owns the company will not reveal his real name, he prefers to only be known as ‘Josh Answers’. The Trading Fraternity occupies the following web addresses: Site A, Site B.

The Trading Fraternity is selling an online educational course, live day trading room, and day trading mentorship program that will supposedly help you turn “only a few hundred dollars into millions of dollars.” But in order to learn the secrets of The Trading Fraternity, you must first purchase the Citizen Package, which has a beginning price of $29.99 per month. Mentorship programs range in the upwards of thousands of dollars per individual.

Normally, when I see a $29.99 introductory day-trading product, I just move onto the next review. Whom would actually be stupid enough to spend $29.99 for a stock trading newsletter, a day trading room, and a few videos claiming to teach the secrets of becoming an online, stock trading millionaire? Well, you would be surprised at how many people have been suckered into the web of this very clever online con artist.

Before we go any further, let us go over the marketing efforts of The Trading Fraternity. It is quite interesting and highly amusing.

The online presence of The Trading Fraternity

A review of Archive.org reveals that The Trading Fraternity first appeared on the day trading educational scene sometime during the summer of 2014. Since 2014, the Trading Fraternity has had an exploding social media presence which includes the following social media profiles:

  • You Tube: Which includes dozens of videos of supposedly ‘real trades’ earning hundreds of thousands of dollars in ‘real’ profits. Amazingly, the YouTube channel has over 8,800 subscribers and a incredible 1,589,000+ views of the videos. The videos are usually a combination of either a Mercedes, Ferrari, Bentley, Maserati or a Rolls Royce. The driver is usually driving around San Diego, Ca and spends his time talking about the millions of dollars that he has earned day trading.
  • Facebook: Included are pictures of multiple mansions around San Diego, Ca and surrounding areas. In multiple posts, ‘Josh Answers’ claims to own these mansions, all through his amazing ability to day trade stocks and options.
  • Twitter: An incredible 27.5k followers and 10.5k tweets. Each tweet is basically a personal promotion of either a luxury car, a video of stacks of $100 bills, exotic houses, and thousands of supposedly ‘real’ trades that earned millions of dollars.
  • Instagram: Nearly 400 posts claiming that ‘Josh Answers’ is a self-made millionaire with multiple million dollar properties, and the owner of a Mercedes, Ferrari, Bentley, Maserati, and a Rolls Royce. Pics of exotic locations, people dancing and partying, the typical trader pornography that we see from so many, so called day trading educators.

The following are a few of the images that are expertly marketed and produced. However, please notice that ‘Josh Answers’ never shows his face. Nor will you find any identifying registration information for any of the exotic automobiles. He was smart to remove this, TradingSchools.org recently busted Mook Trader for placing a fake license plate on a $125k Porsche and proclaiming he paid for the car with day trading profits. It turned out that the license plate was a fake plate.

In addition to the ‘trader porn’ visual images, ‘Josh Answers’ is also an excellent video marketer. Example below:

 

In my opinion, what is so amazing is that ‘Josh Answers’ has been so darn clever as removing any and all identifying information that reveals his personal identity. We know that he is galavanting around San Diego, making videos with fancy rental cars. But tracking down his exact physical address has been a real challenge.

Hopefully, someone within the trading community or social media can unwrap the mystery of this creative con man.

How this con artist is targeting the victim

TradingSchools.org began receiving a steady request for reviews beginning in early 2016. Over the course of 2016, TradingSchools.org was able to interview several individuals that had terrible experiences with ‘Josh Answers’ and The Trading Fraternity. Their stories are remarkably similar.

In speaking with victims, it appears that each person was drawn into the scam by searching You Tube for videos regarding day trading or money making opportunities. Each victim’s age varied from 17 to 26. And each had absolutely no prior experience at investing, day trading stocks, or trading options. The social media profiles, the videos of expensive sports cars and stacks of hundred dollar bills, the pictures of expensive food, exotic locations, screen shots of ‘real trading accounts’ all acted as visual pornography to entice the potential victim closer to the con man.

The initial purchase price of $29.99 serves only as bait. It’s a cheap price for a day trading room. And it acts as an entry to obtain a small initial fee and provide an audience for which the con artist can now ‘groom’ the victim.

Once inside of the live day trading room, each victim describes an environment where everyone seemed to be making massive amounts of easy money via day trading stocks. ‘Josh Answers’ serves as the ultimate performer, proclaiming million dollar profits and how he started with only a few hundred dollars and turned it into millions of dollars in profits. Everyone seems to be making money, and each victim described how they were warmly welcomed by the group. The sense of community gave a feeling of safety, security, and friendship. This served as a platform in which ‘Josh Answers’ proceeds to ‘groom’ the target. Similar to the way a pervert priest will slowly build trust with an innocent and naive child. Eventually, he slips his filthy finger into the buttock of the victim. Not surprisingly, most victims of this type of abuse willingly submit themselves to the abuse. Only to later realize that they were slowly manipulated into willful participation.

‘Josh Answers’ lures the victim closer. Providing a tempting and tantalizing narrative, that if they learn his day trading secrets, they will be “in the good blessings of Jesus” and all of their financial troubles will be a thing of the past. That they might not be worthy of his secrets. Not worthy of their impending wealth. The narrative is the classic primrose path scenario where the victim follows the con into the trap. They entrap themselves.

The final destination of the con is the so-called mentorship program. And it’s an “exclusive fraternity” of supposed Ferarri drivers and compulsive eaters of fresh lobster. TradingSchools.org used multiple aliasas, and it was not much of a surprise that each alias was accepted into the private mentoring program with ‘Josh Answers’. But here is where the fun part begins, it seems that the price of the private mentoring program is predicated upon the available credit limit that is remaining on the victims’ credit card. In other words, ‘Josh Answers’ ultimate goal is to max out the credit card of the victim. Constantly feeding the victim a steady stream of hope, in exchange ‘Josh Answers’ goal is to draw the victim further and further along the primrose path, until the inevitable. When the credit card runs out of available purchasing power, and then the victim is dropped like an aging porn star.

What about trading capital? This is of secondary concern for ‘Josh Answers’. He soothingly tells his victims that once they immolate and immerse themselves in his ‘trading secrets’ that profits will surely flow to them like the blessing’s of Jesus to his beloved flock. But first, they must use a simulator and prove to themselves that they have properly learned the ‘trading secrets’.

The end game

It appears that the average failure time is 3-4 months. Each victim, after becoming a mentoring student, and spending thousands of dollars in ‘education’ will typically go broke at around 3-4 months. The entire time they attempted to learn and replicate the trading performance of ‘Josh Answers’. But never experiencing his supposed million dollar trading performance. Many became suspicious as to whether ‘Josh Answers’ was ever actually trading. And whether the individuals inside of the trading room, all proclaiming the trading greatness of ‘Josh Answers’ where even real people. Or just paid shills to create the appearance of daily trading success.

Wrapping things up

‘Josh Answers’ is a clever con artist. An A+, top level marketer. He appears to have taken Cameron Fous, Bulls On Wall Street, Anton Kreil, and Timothy Sykes to the next level. Gonzo trader-porn visual marketing on steroids. Heck, Tim Sykes has only one orange Lamborghini, Cameron Fous has only one Maserati, Kunal Desai has only one Porsche, Anton Kreil has only one Ferrari. But the truly amazing ‘Josh Answers’ has a Mercedes, Ferrari, Bentley, Maserati, Rolls Royce, and several mansions! Therefore, his ‘day trading secrets’ must be better than all of them combined.

What will these day trading con artists think of next? A personal rocket ship, a fleet of private jets, a harem of bikini models, a navy of yachts? When does it end? How crazy does this business need to become before people begin to wake up and smell the obvious fraud?

Thanks for reading. And don’t forget to leave a comment below. And try and not be too hard on the newbie victims that got suckered into the scam. I am pretty sure that everyone that reads this blog, at one time or another, has also been suckered by a so-called day trading educator.

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Katie Meyers
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I have had multiple people get scammed by tim sykes and fous in the last 4 months and they said they didn’t go to me because this review. Take this down right now or I will be releasing our phone call in which you gave me permission to record, amongst the other information about you and your ex-wifes mortgage scam you fail to mention anywhere on your site.

Rob B
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Katie, I assume based on your comments you are tied in with the Trading Fraternity and this review is hurting your business. Sorry but I can not help but get a good laugh when I read you post, “Take this down right now or I will be releasing our phone call …..” Really!! that is your response to this review. Do you shills even read your own post?? Stray Dog already gave you the right response so I will just say read his post. That is the response a real business owner who is not a con artist would provide.… Read more »
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Stray Dog
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Who is Katie Meyers and what does she have to do with Trading Fraternity? How about this Katie, if you believe that Emmett’s review has hurt your legitimate business (which I assume is trader education) release your brokerage statements from a live account. Prove that Emmett is wrong.

dtchurn
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Amazing this alter claims they didn’t go to “her” but instead went and got scammed by Sykes and and Fous because of this review. For sure some of these shills have caught a bit of the mental diseased illogic by the useless nonsensical posts in these comments. But then ago we saw that tradingfratboy went all sputtering about in different areas of the “quick rich” spectrum in his post-review yt videos. It must have done quite a number. Haven’t seen that rented white Ferrari in the daylight since, lol.

Methaqualone
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Methaqualone
Yet no one here has provided any evidence of him actually being a scam. I will state I have followed him for a long time but never given him any money. It is quite obvious Emmett wrote this with very little prior knowledge of “the trading fraternity” I cannot give insight as to how he teaches once you join but even if youve followed him for a little bit you could tell he preaches heavily against the types of trading scammers advertise (forex, pennies, binary) he says all of these things are a scam including daytrading so he is far… Read more »
Todd
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You know what would put him on the national stage and make him millions and millions? EVIDENCE… funny how shills can never produce EVIDENCE of anything they tout yet that would put him on the grand stage with millions and that, there is no doubt, he would relish. Seems that only scammers do YouTube videos driving in expensive sports cars but offer no EVIDENCE of anything… But maybe he is different right? Maybe THIS GUY is the REAL DEAL… all he has to do… IS PROVE IT… but he won’t… will he? NOPE

Methaqualone
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Methaqualone

Maybe we should ask him to PROVE IT lol

Mahmood
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All three are pieces of shit. Here is a photo. Pass it around.

I will track down the cars and get photos of the license plates as well.

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dtchurn
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good work and good luck on finding out the license plates so it can be known where those cars were rented from. lol. tradingfratboy responding to this review in yt while driving his rented car in the night:

Lucky7
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Is that “Josh Answers” on the right?

Rich
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The Trading Fraternity is owned by a person named Jonathan Massieh, operating out of San Diego. He has a brother named Joshua Daniel Massieh that is also part of the scam. He can be found at Point Mortgage, also in San Diego. http://pointmtg.com/ The father also knows about the scam. He is a local pastor in San Diego, he owns a thrift store at http://www.openthegates.org/. The father is also a local realtor in San Diego, Ca. http://www.realtor.com/realestateagents/Daniel-Massieh_Poway_CA_1835088_841784308 Triple trifecta of scam artists. The worst part is that the father knows what his boys are doing. Yet he preaches all over… Read more »
dtchurn
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wow, good job on those investigation tips. at the level of “pink panther” & “irs reporter” worthy post. Now we know where they got the pics of the mansions and pools. now all the trading-fratboys need to do is ask Dr. Sachs where to procure fake wharton PhD’s and WT-RossCameron where to find good coders to mock up broker fake statement websites to round up more of the modern shamster tricks.

dtchurnNO
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I’ll give you a +1 for that comment not becuz I agree but because I feel sorry for you. You have like a half dozen replies here, and most all of them have ZERO votes. In other words all your hard work is considered irrelevant and useless by the community. That must be tough knowing you are just posting for your own pleasure. Maybe it is time for a new hobby for you, sport.

Rob B
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dtchurnNO, such a creative name. I am jealous dtchurn, no one has come out with a “Rob B No” user name yet. Maybe this post will inspire it. I cannot believe I am going to waste my time responding to your post as it is so silly. First for me I post what my experience has been with these trading rooms and with trading in general and could care less about my like rating. In fact if I get a bunch of thumbs down I know I must be hitting the mark and the shills are out. For the life… Read more »
Rob BNo
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Poor Rob B. Nobody to extend his name. So here goes, as I, Cyn will help you out, because you have too much integrity to shill yourself. So here goes.

dtchurnNO, you can safely ignore Rob B. He is just a 90 year old man who is bitter because too many Ponzis have been heaped on his head. He is so bitter that he regularly beats his 150 year old father and his 100 year old daughter just for fun.

Run away when you see him.

Rob BNo
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Yippee! dtchurnNO has voted on my post. I have suddenly become relevant in his world. I am dancing under the moon. Thank you so much dtchurnNO for making me relevant.

Rob B
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Hmmm, If I understand your logic, which makes no sense to me at all, you base your whole live on what gets you likes instead of doing what is right. So if a TR is scamming people and all the shills are posting glowing review on investo-scam-u, instead of doing the right thing and posting that the TR is a complete scam you will post the TR is great to get the shills to like you. Gosh, to me this is very sad and I hope this is not the direction of the youth as it would be a bad… Read more »
Rob BNo
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A tad surprised that you did not realize that I am being sarcastic towards dtchurnNO.

I do not give 2 hoots or a damn about anyone liking what I post. Did you miss the part, where I said that I am Cyn?

I am merely posting in a jocular manner to show how vapid is dtchurnNO’s assertions about “likes”. This blog is not Facebook, where they all tell every detail about their inconsequential lives so that people will give them likes.

Stray Dog
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Don’t worry Cyn, I got the joke. Rob B probably wasn’t able to concentrate because beating up old people is distracting. Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like, Like.

Lucky7
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Can we get back to exposing the scumbag “Josh Answers” please?

Stray Dog
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Point taken, we don’t want to repeat of the Pete/Al Brooks saga.

Rob B
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You are right about the fact that I hate con artist that run day trading rooms showing fake results. And Gosh I hope to live to be 90. Now I have to go and count up my likes and beat up my 150 year old mom and dad (gosh I hope they live to be that ripe old age) LOL!! Actually I will make a comment regarding dtchurNo post as others have said why even bother posting on Emmett as there are so many shills. And I post for the reason I tell them. You cannot help a lot of… Read more »
dtchurnNO
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I actually had to search for Rob posts on a few threads to find out who he was and guess what? The community thinks he is irrelevant too — post after post after post with zero votes. It must be hard to put your heart into writing biting posts and sarcasm only to realize no one cares. Rob, Churn and Stray should form a superheroes club. I found the perfect shirt for them to wear. comment image

Stray Dog
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I guess comprehending a written question and being able to answer it isn’t something that you can do yet dtchurnNO. What offends you so much about dtchurns post? As Rob B pointed out it makes no sense to be offended. Judging the quality of someone’s contribution to the discussion by the number of like votes the post got is disturbing in its shallowness and stupidity. Like Rob B, I can’t believe I’ve wasted my time responding to you because it seems that you are determined to be offended by everything and you lack the capacity to compose a substantive reply… Read more »
dtchurnNO
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Where did I ever say I was offended by churn’s post? I give it a +1 becuz I felt sorry for him, like I feel sorry for you stray and rob. You waste so much time posting here yet no one seems to care. Must be very deflating as your irrelevance sinks in. I try to cheer churn up by giving him a rare vote – an upvote at that! Maybe I give you and Rob one to cheer you up also.

Cyn
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What is this obsession with “likes”? Another of the Facebook generation, who thinks that everything in the world must be judged by how many people like his post, or else it is irrelevant? Many of use grew up where we do not expose everything we do just so that some anonymous people can tell us that they like us, or what we write. Stop your juvenile, Facebook nonsense. This is not Facebook. Just contribute something meaningful to the discussion instead of this nonsense about how nobody has liked a post. Gosh darn. How silly can we get? Contrary to your… Read more »
Stray Dog
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You are still failing to comprehend what is written here. “We post to express our opinions, to inform and yes for pleasure.” my words and “we would still post , help inform and warn newbs of the shamsters’ monthly churn and tricks even if there was no voting.” dtchurn’s words. Seeking likes isn’t even a consideration nor is being perceived as relevant. I’ll give you 1 shill point for distracting the discussion away from these dirtbags and their sham business.

dtchurn
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Welcome back RobB. yes, drNo’s postfix of ‘NO’ to my id moniker does look infantile. right Stray, I’m starting to smell shilly smokescreen motivations. I guess I was having too much fun at tradingfratboy being exposed further in these comments. drNo has no idea of RobB’s tireless fight against the shills in the past review comments because he only popped up perhaps not coincidentally in tradingfratboy’s page here. as we know, the shills are shamshow rats who don’t even help other competing rats unless it’s some shady affiliation or referring deal.Notice how tradingfratboy started to post videos in the rented… Read more »
dtchurnNO
Guest

Okay you win – you do not want likes, even though you each talk about them a lot. And why you not need likes to feel important. Odd. But I already order t-shirts for you, extra large so your inflated head and ego can fit through top. Where should I send them? Maybe it is one address for all 3 of you? You seem to all be very close, almost like same person.

Stray Dog
Guest

Well dtchurn must have gotten under your skin so he can claim that as a success. We non-millennial don’t post for likes or for the shallow and banal reasons. We post to express our opinions, to inform and yes for pleasure. In fact we often don’t even click the like button even when we agree with or like a post because that a pointless thing to do. Time for you to go and take a picture of your food dtchurnNO and leave the commentating to the grown ups.

dtchurn
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Thanks Stray. yeah, we would still post , help inform and warn newbs of the shamsters’ monthly churn and tricks even if there was no voting. Knowing more newbs are warned over time is rewarding enough. Iin fact tradingshools had no voting for a long time.

dtchurnNO
Guest

Emmett’s work matters, for sure. But obviously no one cares about 2 little peons who try to self congratulate and circle jerk themselves into thinking their little comments actually matter. Keep up the good work guys!

Stray Dog
Guest

In the scheme of things noting matters but making a positive contribution to the thread can’t hurt. dtchurn does that, I try to do that. What’s your contribution dtchurnNO? Ponder that while you take selfies in front of the mirror or while you are watching cat videos.

Mike Smith
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This “Josh Answers” really is a douche! His website says he is on Wall Street. In actual fact he is in San Diego. Not even close to wall street!! He wants to know how much credit you can get too… as for the webinars they seem to consist of him swearing a lot and bragging about the rappers he claims to know, they Dont have any real structure… he starts them whenever he wants and ends them when he can’t be bothered anymore… The video library is also a load of crap…. just recordings of the aforementioned webinars.. as for… Read more »
Anthony
Guest

Do you ever write anything good about anyone Emmett? You seem like a loser, so do the people on this blog. I’ve just wasted 2 hours on your site, reading nothing but negative feedback. Your reviews are biased, i think you have mental issues from the past. I can see you you praised owner of SureTrader even tho he is a bigger fraudster than you, any reason why? or you getting paid by him?

dtchurn
Guest

If you’re not a shill, then you must be new to retail trading vendors. For closer to two decades there has not been a truthful or compromised trading schools review site until TS.

Mike Smith
Guest

Having been in the TTF I can confirm all that Is said here. Jonathan aka Josh is out to get money from people.

Rob B
Guest
Anthony, The entire Day Trading industry is run by nothing but con artist. Look, if you think Emmett and all the posters here are just losers, then fine. Ignore us and throw your money away on one or many of these day trading room operators. But if you have even a ounce of sense, before doing that DEMAND they actually show you actual proof they can trade profitably. If you learn nothing at all here at least learn that. And lets us know what you discover. From my history of dealing with these Day TR con artist Emmett’s reviews are… Read more »
Steven
Guest

EMMETT MOORE IS A CHILD BEATER HE BEAT HIS 6 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER AND 28 YEAR OLD WIFE BECAUSE HE BLEW UP HIS TRADING ACCOUNT. ALSO HIS REAL NAME IS NOT EMMETT MOORE – DO NOT TRUST A CHILD BEATER THAT IS ALL I HAVE TO SAY ABOUT HIM. I KNOW THIS BECAUSE MY WIFE TREATED HIS DAUGHTER FOR BRUISES ON HER FACE AND NECK

A Review of Emmett Moore

kriste e
Guest

I think people make this shit up to get revenge on someone that is actually calling these criminals out. I appreciate Emmett very much.

dtchurn
Guest

lol. “Todd” posted
http://www.tradingschools.info/2015/08/05/a-review-of-emmett-moore/#comment-4874
back in Oct. So some brokerage like AMP funds tradingschools in “Emmett’s charter”.. ” to pursue and eviscerate vendors in the trading platform’s partner program.” ??, hilarious. “eviscerate” lol.

dtchurn
Guest

Looks like no one cares about tradingschools.info anymore so the “”Steven/David Ainsworth” shill posts his same all-caps nonsense here.

dtchurn
Guest

Another of these Sykes version2 lowlifes preying on the bad economically disenfranchised next generations of youth let down by the failing institutions and prior generations. Just sickening this reviewed site tries to hook the aspirations of youth into a “fraternity” of dream wealth when the reality is of the millions or so who have tried retail trading, a study was shown 99% ended their trading with a negative sum account. I’m beginning to think all those people at IP Ball 2016&2017 are wannabe dream educators. Maybe the shamshow scum was inspired by this farce:
http://www.youtu.be/3UWY_3xUXCk?t=16m17s

kriste e
Guest

These assholes need to be in jail. The thing that pisses me off is that the government won’t do more to punish them.

dtchurn
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Rob B
Guest
“What will these day trading con artists think of next? A personal rocket ship, a fleet of private jets, a harem of bikini models, a navy of yachts? When does it end?” You asked so I will make my prediction. His own personal Rock ship to Mars. Anyone dumb enough to believe this guy probably will believe there are already colonies on Mars. I am just beyond words how anyone can believe this hustler, I mean self-proclaimed millionaire trader is teaching people his amazing secrets of day trade for $29. At some point Emmett you must think it is time… Read more »
Amarant
Guest
The veteran posse round these parts needs a print-out of the last paragraph to read before commenting: “And try and not be too hard on the newbie victims that got suckered into the scam. I am pretty sure that everyone that reads this blog, at one time or another, has also been suckered by a so-called day trading educator.” Maybe back in your day a college degree was a ticket to success and that judgmental attitude. Nowadays if you’re in the out-group and not the in-group a college degree is just a fast track to a night stockboy career, try… Read more »
Rob B
Guest
I have commented many times in the past I have been the fool and post regularly about my personal experience I had with some of these trading rooms. I guess I get upset when Emmett exposes these trading rooms and people still fall for their scams. As for college degree, what the hell did you major in. The fact is the unemployment rate among college educated folks is much lower than unskilled workers. And they make more on average than non college educated folks. But the economy is certainly not booming and that has an effect on all skills. But… Read more »
Stray Dog
Guest

@Amarant a posse would suggest a group of people and I can’t see were anyone other than Rob B has commented about people getting suckered into the scam. That’s not a posse that’s just Rob’s honest and forthright nature. As for a college degree being a fast track to a night stockboy career, well maybe if your major was parapsychology or philosophy of ufology but the end result of an advanced education is still a life that is more likely to reward you with better employment options and financial remuneration.

Stray Dog
Guest

To be fair, the victim are mostly 17-26 years old. All I knew until my mid 30s was that I didn’t know what I needed to know when I needed to know it. Often, making a mistake is the best teacher so that’s the silver lining.

Stray Dog
Guest

$29/month price is the perfect bait price. It’s cheap enough that the victim will take a chance and enter into the trap where the real extortion begins. Go into a few luxury car dealerships, snap a few pics, take a few “stalker” pics of other people’s homes and of yourself sitting in some boutique hotel’s pool and you’re in business.

dtchurn
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One of the guy’s video has over 650k views. Looks like he inadvertently became a youtube hit, lol. He could just do his own “pranks” youtube channel instead of conning wannabe financial fratboys. Maybe someone will happen to catch seeing it in socal. Girls, if this schmuck tries to hit on you with his rented white ferrari, snapshot the car with the license and post it here asap, lol.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WN4zgWvok58

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