Quote from mitsubishi:
Kick start your career by making outrageous calls.Like,oh i dunno, spx 998 on the 2nd/3rd sept.Just need to be right once.One advantage is nobody will insist on seeing your trading accounts.
In fact,might as well make that a solid call... (subject to the market NOT making a slightly higher high,otherwise i reserve the right to make my 2nd,revised outrageous call!)
Absolutely. Or, do one video calling a top, and then another video going with the trend. Then go back and say "I told you so, I called this, I knew it!!! CNBC was wrong but I am the guru!!!"
What gets me so upset is that the Gurus are so MATTER-OF-FACT, as if they really understand the market and their way of trading is far superior to anything else out there. Then, when you ask about another guru, they bash them to no end.
A good track record gets you away from the internet guru realm, so they must not have one.
Every guru I knew (I think I knew SEVEN) had very similar characteristics. Crappy method, tried to sell crap without showing actual trading accounts -- all of them -- (they never show the big losing days, which are huge), and they push stuff while leaving out very "important" stuff they keep for their own (it's crap what they don't give out anyone). They then force this kool-aid onto traders and I really think almost 100% fail. Traders with 15k spend 2k on "education". LOL. what morons.
A good guru will buy and sell two very similar stocks or futures contracts and then ONLY show the winner during their seminar. One account for this, one for that...
And tons of people fall for that one.
When they show one winner per month, just imagine what the bad days are...