I see it every day…
Folks shaking their heads in frustration.
They listened to bozos like Jim Cramer…picked up Meta Platforms Inc. (NASDAQ: META)…right before it plunged on earnings.
Would you take investment advice from this guy?
Now, they’re left holding the bag while he keeps getting paid to reel in more victims.
I can’t make you a good investor.
But I CAN help you become a GREAT TRADER.
I’ve got 20+ millionaire students, and I’m just getting started.
Because there are tons of scammers out there, many operating right there out in the open.
They see that what I teach is the REAL DEAL!
Unfortunately, many of them get hustled before they land on my doorstep.
The good news is if you’re reading this, then it’s not too late.
Give me five minutes of your time, and I’ll show you how to spot scam traders in a hot second.
Everyone Loses Once
At the time of writing this blog post, my year-to-date profits stood at $124,909.82.
Search for ‘stocks’ or ‘stock market’ on any social media platform and you’ll quickly find posts on this or that trader highlighting their big wins.
But if you look deeper, many of them ONLY show big wins.
Here’s one of my losses from the other day.
If someone never posts their losses, you have every right to ask them to show you their full trade list.
See how many actually send it over.
Only So Many Winners
The highest win rate I’ve heard of is around 90%. And that’s exceptionally rare, and I’d argue, unsustainable.
Successful traders with win rates at the higher end tend to top out around 75% or so.
I would be suspicious if you see anyone with a win rate over 80%.
I’m not saying there aren’t traders who can or don’t win 90% of the time. But they are VERY RARE.
Anyone who claims they can teach you how to trade should be able to explain their strategy.
However, let’s be real. Someone can be an incredible trader with millions in earnings. But if they can’t explain their strategy, how are they going to help you become a better trader?
They’re on Financial Cable T.V.
Not everyone who shows up on television is a charlatan.
Heck, I’ve made plenty of appearances on different programs over the years.
But quite honestly, anyone like Cramer or who has a regular bit on CNBC isn’t going to be able to teach you how to invest, let alone trade.
They’re getting paid by the network to entertain folks and bring in viewers for advertisers. Whether they make you a better trader or investor is an afterthought.
What Do You Get For The Money?
My Millionaire Challenge includes thousands of hours of content from videos to DVDs to daily commentary and blog posts.
You should get what you pay for.
If someone only posts one trade idea per week with thin educational videos that you could find on YouTube, then the price should match.
A Word About Trading Real Money
Not everyone out there trades real money. That doesn’t automatically mean they’re a scammer.
There are many reasons, legal and otherwise, why a trader or mentor doesn’t trade real money.
You need to decide whether it’s important to you or not.
Plus, not everyone who teaches trades.
Tim Bohen is a great example of someone who was a successful trader in the past.
Now, he focuses almost exclusively on teaching and mentoring traders.
There are a lot of folks out there who are more than willing to take your money.
I’ve met tons of ‘wealth advisors’ at major banks who don’t know squat and are all too happy to take your money.
I’m sure you’ve seen folks on Twitter who sell their trading ideas that turn out to be duds.
I’ve also met legitimate teachers who help people become successful traders.
At the end of the day, only you can decide whether someone is trying to pocket your money or truly help you.
But don’t take my word for it.