Sean Hyman and his Biblical Money Code

By Anonymous Questions, May 15, 2014

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What is the story on Sean Hyman and his Biblical Money Code? Is he for real? I usually run from any business that wraps themselves around and advertises using religion and bible quotes but his fundamental, technical, and sentimental analysis approach is alluring? Does he in fact have a successful track record? Anyone out there have personal experience they’d like to share?

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gary25usa
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gary25usa
May 15, 2014 8:43 pm

What does Hulbert say about Sean Hyman and his newsletters?

Patty
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Patty
May 25, 2014 12:44 pm
My trading application allows for a free $100,000 paper trading account that is available to me. I subscribed to the Ultimate Wealth Report and decided to do my own experiment. I took the $100,000 in my paper trading account and bought all the stocks that Sean recommends in the UWR that were within the buy range. I started on March 3, 2014 as of the close of the market on last Friday, May 23, 2014 my profit was $14,798.00. Of course this is all pretend money, but it definitely gave me peace of mind in following Sean. I have also… Read more »
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dave_1545
February 23, 2015 6:07 pm
I’ve subscribed to the Ultimate Wealth Report for just over a year and have renewed for another year. I’ve analyzed his latest weekly report which shows “Sold Positions” over a period of May 2013 through January 2015. These 18 “Sold Positions” averaged 26% gains per trade. This averages out to 2.1% per month. The average holding period on these was 12.5 months. Not one of these “Sold Positions” was a loss. However, on the “Holding Stocks”, there is a problem in my opinion. There are 23 positions in this category and the average holding loss per position is (23%). The… Read more »
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Jeo Oiesen
May 25, 2014 7:35 pm
I’ve been a member of Sean’s newsletters for over 18 months. Not only have I made good dividends, I’ve done well with capital gains. My biggest regrets? Buying stocks over his recommended price (I did this when I first joined being too eager to get in) and having stocks that predate his advice. I approach managing our modest investments like a part time job. I’ve absorbed his teachings on fundamentals, valuation and market sentiment. I now know that I am a contrarian, value investor. I wish I’d known earlier about diversification in sectors and countries. Sean is the real thing.
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Louella
May 26, 2014 11:51 am
I am glad to be able to share my experience with Sean Hyman here because I was actually thinking about this the other day. Of all the different newsletters off and on over the years, I can say with all honesty that Sean Hyman is the real deal. With his guidance, I made more money than from those before him combined. He is not 100% on calling the bottoms (for entry points) but who is? This is my second year of subscribing to his newsletter. For what you get – true expertise, monthly newsletters, weekly video updates, – he is… Read more »
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William
May 27, 2014 5:12 pm

I am a subscriber to both UWR and APS and have been been happy with their performance so far. So far my returns have been better with Sean than my returns through the mega-brokerage house I have used over the years. I also like the fact that I can more closely control when, where and what investments I choose to make. Keep up the good work Sean.

David
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David
October 31, 2014 10:39 am

I subscribed to UWR and put a bunch of gold and commodity stocks in my 401K. The rest is history — we all know gold and commodity got taken to the cleaners this year. My worst financial subscription so far.

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