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karolynkeneipp 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 9, 2011 12:40 PM Member since: Mar 22, 2011
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  • karolynkeneipp by karolynkeneipp Apr 9, 2011 12:40 PM Flag

    While things started off rocky (particularly with the quiz), I really enjoyed John Bell's Hack the Stock Market Report. The biggest strengths are:
    - Concise and easy to read. If you struggle with reading 200+ page books or highly technical essays on finance, you will comprehend Hack the Stock Market much easier.
    - Unlimited Profits depending on how much capital you have to invest. When I read about the loophole, I felt like a complete novice. I had no idea how much money investors make with this loophole.
    - Great Cost to Value Comparison: You can purchase for less than $5 upfront, then pay the remaining amount after a 31-day trial period. I can see making easily $1k on my next spin off trade with a reasonably small trading account.

    - No Video Tutorials. A great bonus would be a live demonstration of finding a spin off opportunity.
    - Misleading Stock Quiz. John Bell says you get the stock market quiz 100% right no matter your answers. It's a bad marketing tactic.
    - No Community Forum. It would be helpful if there was a customer forum to engage in more discussion about spin offs. It's such a profitable strategy, and I'm sure others could benefit from John as well as other's customer experience.

    Here is the link if you want to check it out for yourself and report back your thoughts

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