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Incredibly alarmist - and by that I mean 'not credible'. The few facts he uses to support his opinions are mostly incorrect or purposely misleading. Look up HR 2847. He notes that Cuba and Iran are no longer accepting US dollars - umm... yeah - must be because there's a problem with the dollar. His timeline on British socialism vs economy is historically incorrect. That's as far as I got before deciding it was a scam. He only wants $50 a year to save you from riots and starvation and bankruptcy? What a bargain. It's unsafe for children to be this misinformed by an adult.
"Are you sure you want to leave this page" mixed in with celebration of a non-printed money market as new=scam.
The 5 secret words:
I want to be scammed.
Scare headlines always sells. The fact that their backup information is minimal to non existent. If you claim fire long enough, eventually you will be right; for a short time.
All this to sell a subscritpion. The popup when you refuse it is an added "plus".
Aaron B. Woods27-02-2014
After listening to the company message, I went to the site. Still not sure how to rate it, I reviewed other WOT comments. My conclusion. The site represents the claims. The information is controversial, however free speech allows that. Any prudent adult has the choice to subscribe or not. I don't know that the company sends out spam. I am made aware of it through a facebook ad which I think is okay and good business practice. Children would need adult guidance on the site as a significant portion of the information is company opinionated without tried and proved results.
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Seriously folks. The writing's on the wall regarding the information this company produces. Just follow the patterns as explained and you'll see that they're right on the money generally speaking. Nobody can predict the future per-say, but they seem to do a pretty good job of portraying the patterns we can all see if we pay attention. A bit aggressive in making they're point at times, sure. But the info provides two incentives, to get your attention, and to make you stand up and look around you at what is really happening in our world today. You don't have to agree, or buy their news letter sub, but they aren't far off the mark as a rule of thumb. A worthy read IMO!
And that's the point, it's an opinion. If you don't like it or disagree, go elsewhere! No one's stopping you, yet I'm willing to bet that 90% of the negatives are clueless about the reality they portray and have nothing better to do than unload their own inept ability to comprehend current market trends and the political reality that is doing everything this company is stating.
It may not happen to the day they predict in all cases, but like one poster stated, show proof that they are truly misleading you in the wrong direction and therefore a negative entity. Seems they've been closer to the mark regarding the state we're in, ...and seemingly going to be, than any others I could name at the moment.
I'm an average Joe like most out there with no formal education or investing experience, but I find the information enlightening and more honorable than most about the truth as they see it. Patterns tell undeniable truths in time. Looks to me their information / opinion speaks for itself. Just look at the patterns of the past and I think you'll see they're right more often than they're wrong. I've nothing to gain, so take my comments for what they're worth to you.
Yes they have an aggressive campaign, but I've never seen spam from they're site and nobody's twisting your arm or bank account to support them. You don't like the info, go elsewhere and have your pity/misery party. Misery loves company and the negativity ratings here are misleading, if anything.
I also agree with others here stating the questionable ethics of WOT. Seems more and more to be one sided and seemingly unfair in it's presentation of the truth it claims to portray / support. WOT... get your head out of your back side and police this system before it ends in a wave of negativity itself! Loosing faith in you WOT... all to often I see negative ratings for sites I know are positive and honorable. WOT's system is skewed and needs an overhaul before it's permanently derailed all together. Just my 2¢ worth...
Spam site. Site does not honor requests to unsubscribe.
You may not agree, but recent events has proven that the USA is doomed to drown in debt and eventually default. I believe this will destroy the USA.
Did anyone find any specific inaccuracies in the presentation?
I find that his message is what I have observed happening since the seventies.
I actually think he does a pretty good job of detailing a lot of the problems facing our country.
But, he does have a poor reputation. A couple of links:
I've seen and read much of what he's discussing here elsewhere, but think he does a very good job of outlining it all. I personally would be reticent to invest anything with him, though.