As I told my see all the conference details and register here and you’re going to want to do that because of the truly remarkable businesspeople and traders coming and speaking…namely my special broker…and the CEO of (so you can compare and contrast)students in last night’s watchlist, we have just ONE SEAT LEFT for my upcoming Las Vegas conference…
I’ve been gradually introducing the speakers in blog posts like this one about a best-selling financial author and this great millionaire penny stock trader, below is another quick interview with my favorite “special broker” (excellent borrows, but then again this is not saying much considering they’re all whores) Scott Herman of Capstone who came up with the idea for the sure-to-be-hilarious-for-everyone-but-me Tim Sykes roast at the conference.
(Too bad there’s no broker roast, we wouldn’t have to make up any jokes whatsoever, we’d just tell our experiences)
In the past people have paid me over $3,000 to introduce them to “my special broker” because Capstone is SO GREAT for borrows, the only problem for most people is the $40,000 minimum required to open an account which is far too much for most degenerate penny stock traders…so instead of opening an account you bitch and whine and go to SureTrader which has great borrows in their own right and they only require a $2,500 account minimum.
For those of you with these kind of mediocre savings email email@example.com if you want in and def read Scott “The Whore” Herman’s answers to my questions below…he is actually a good guy, I just like teasing him as he does me
And you should DEFINITELY look forward to chatting with him at my conference as he’s a wealth of information when it comes to short selling and borrows.
1. What is the one thing you’ve done that you’re most proud of?
From a business point, I am most proud of the service that I set up with Capstone. Specifically, the active trading group at Capstone offers a great borrow list, a low commission rate, and excellent service – the wish list that I always had when I was a full time trader.
2. What’s the best lesson/s you’ve learned through your business/stock market experiences?
It is more important to make money than to be “right”. I have witnessed many traders lose money when they were “right” about a trade, usually due to poor timing and/or poor money management.
3. What is the single greatest opportunity right now for people to profit from?
Open an account with Scott Herman. You can not underestimate the importance of a good broker who understands trading and advocates for traders.
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