Absolute Profits

By xiexgp@gmail.com, January 27, 2014

I received a pitch from Sean Hyman (Newsmax) who is part of Ultimate Wealth Report investing with biblical codes, about the Prime Season Calendar. According to him you should make a 21.49 % annual returns by investing according to this calendar. The initial newsletter, Absolute Profits cost $147.00 but when you click off you are offered a special deal without the newsletter for $19.95. Has anyone heard of this pitch?
We could all be rich if it is true!!!!!!! WOW.

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Lynn Clark, Stock Gumshoe
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If anyone would like to write a review, you can do that here: http://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/absolute-profits/

Julia
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Julia

Any successful customers which can support Absolute Profits?

zdenko
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zdenko

This is SCAM. 100 % scam. Is the man arrested ? If no, he will be soon.

Mary Young
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Mary Young
you are so wrong Zdenko I have been a subscriber to UWR since Oct 2013. In the year 2014 I sold 8 stocks for a 21% overall return on investment. A high of 59% and a low of 13% (because I got in on this one stock later and at a higher cost than Sean recommended.) I was happy with the 13% on a 90 day investment. To try his system out I bought 100 shares of the 22 stocks Sean recommended. I sold 1 stock at 28% in 30 days, 8 stocks in 2014 and am looking forward to… Read more »
Danny Smith
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Danny Smith

??? With all due respect Mary, Sean’s UWR has been atrocious. Its gotten so bad he has removed the percentage performance of each stock. Almost all of his active stock picks are significant losers. Like 70% + losers. I wish I never found his service. In a market that has averaged 20% over the last 5 years, Sean has found a way to pick 70%+ losers. This man should not be giving any investment advice. My portfolio has gotten obliterated. Why he’s still in business I have no idea.

Rpmt
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Rpmt

He must be the richest man in the world and I thought Bill Gates was.

Fred
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Fred

I couldn’t find him on the Forbes Rich list so his system can’t be that great. If it was he would have borrowed a few million to invest and be a billionaire by now. I guess he doesn’t believe in his own ‘magic’.

Clarence
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Clarence

Please advise me if Shaun comments on and suggest shares on the South African stock exchange, If there are any South African residents subscribing to Absolute profits I would appreciate your reply,

kpacnj
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kpacnj

I lived in South Africa for nearly 20 years and know the market quite well. Some, especially metals, mining and energy stocks have done well at various times, and I see no reason why Shaun would not invest in these stocks or others as long as they matched his criteria and risk profile. In the meanwhile, many of the largest cap firms have reincorporated elsewhere, mainly in Europe, so there is actually somewhat less opportunity in South Africa than before.

Bill
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Bill

who is Michael carr?

AIndy
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Sean gives a thorough review of all his stocks each week in his video and comments on the general stock market. A new recommendation from 1/22/2015 was up 25% as of 2/13/2015, 3 weeks later. His recommendation on Transocean was too early, but the stock has gone up dramatically recently. I have just been in a few months and made money on his now closed Cisco recommendation.

Peter Varcoe
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There are many negative comments here regarding Sean and his system and I think many are missing a major point of trading – there is never a fool proof system which wins ALL the time. All systems have drawdowns (periods where they lose money) what is important is to evaluate the maximum drawdown and see if that is tolerable for your own risk management. I have been trading for 15 plus years and have developed many systems and had to change them because the market changes constantly, it can take several months to develop and test in real time prior… Read more »
Danny Smith
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Danny Smith

Sean comes across as very sincere but his results speak for themselves. His Brazilian stock picks are all 50%+ losers. BTU is a 90%+ loser. And the thing is he never sells the losers. He pulls up his charts every week, cites Elliot Wave Theory and then finishes every stock with “it will go up from here and take out its previous highs”. Invariably a month later the stock is lower and he says the same thing…. Its clear this man doesn’t invest his own money with these stocks. I’ve lost thousandths following his horrible picks.

meg hillman
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If everything Sean says is TRUE? He must be SOOOO WEALTHY ……why would he even ‘bother’ with this web soliciting?!!!

Dan Thomas
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Dan Thomas

Just like D Smith above says, there are no winners with his picks, always a positive analysis while the stocks keep regressing. I have lost 30% of my portfolio with his stock picks. Today he has two gainers in his portfolio 6 and 10% the other 8 are all losing money hand over fist, biggest loser is at 69%. The service may be cheap but unfortunately you get what you pay for. I am so sorry I took the bait.

Greg Andrews
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Greg Andrews

When I say “start to close the main order page”, I mean, start to close that tab on your browser. Click the “X” to close it. You’ll get a small pop up window that asks if you really want to leave the page. Choose “no” or “stay on page”. Then you’ll see the OTA page where you can get the Calendar for $19.95.

Lynn Clark, Stock Gumshoe
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Here’s a phone number for Newsmax: 800-485-4350. You might also want to check your spam folder. Sometimes emails get stuck in there. Good luck!

john powell
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Thank you Lynn,I will give them a call

John.

Rod
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Rod

Thank you for that Ken. I did subscribe to Sean Hyman’s Absolute Profits weekly updates. Sad to say I was able to view only five such updates. The new ‘monthly’ log on code never arrived, and so I was unable to access further information, and my pleas to them went unanswered. Rightly or wrongly I wrote it off as a scam. Pity, because the information had been useful, and three of four recommendations were profitable.

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