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Tampat
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Tampat
February 7, 2009 3:55 pm
Perfect Stock Alert-$250 yr-SCAM ALERT Run by some outfit that goes by the name of Under God Inc. That should have been enough to keep me away. They dont advertise much, I forget how I stumbled across the web site, but it is a total rip off scam. They are supposed to send out emal alert rec’s, but I never received any. So I wrote to them to ask why I wasnt receiving the alerts and they said they have a problem with email system. So I asked for a refund since I wasnt receiving any alerts and they said… Read more »
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OM
July 23, 2009 10:09 am

This is a big scam. They are also horrible to do business with. They have received dozens of complants which have been sent to the the State of Arkansas business bureau. STAY AWAY!!!

Robert Wardlow
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October 16, 2009 12:04 pm
I subscribed to this service in the Summer of 2008. They tout huge trading profits, at that time 283% in 6 months but they wouldn’t give the details before you subscribe. After subscribing I reviewed the trades and learned that the track record is a fraud. They calculate trading profits without subtracting commissions. He also uses margin and doesn’t subtract margin interest. Many of the trades were profitable only because the costs were not factored in. After commission and interest these trades listed as winners would be losers. The site is also very dangerous to new investors. He recommends using… Read more »
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Gad
August 18, 2010 3:18 pm

Im from Sweden

rob obrien
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rob obrien
September 13, 2010 8:57 pm

A TOTAL FRAUD HE SHOULD BE PROSECUTTED

Eddie
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Eddie
September 28, 2010 2:01 pm
I didn’t subscribe, but viewed the Youtube channel for a month or so. This guy sucks worse than me at market timing. And that’s really bad. He’s now trying to cover his bad SHORT market calls all though September, in a 10% rally) by saying that the Dow, etc could rise big before it does what he thinks it will do. What a joke. This way, he THINKS people will think he’s always right. If it goes up a lot, he’s right. If it goes down a lot, he can say he was right. Bottom line…HE COULDN’T CALL A MARKET… Read more »
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raj
October 22, 2010 5:06 pm

The MPT rating he keeps on going about is absolutely useless. Few weeks back there was an MPT rating of 3 several times, apparently 3 equates ‘market will go down substantially’ instead it’s gome up by over a thousand ponts. He doesn’t allow any criticismof he’s analysis. he’s band me from leaving any comments on he’s youtube channel, complete fraud & an idiot.

AverageJoe
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November 16, 2010 10:20 pm

Out of nowhere tonight, I was blocked on YouTube from subscribing to the Perfect Stock Alert channel. No reason. I actually enjoyed watching the daily analysis. Pathetic.

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Jack
November 26, 2010 8:35 pm
Christian Williams the guy who runs this site actually seems to be mentally ill. He is clearly delusional. He calls his service perfect stock alert. It is nearly perfect…nearly perfectly wrong at all times. Much of his teachings and methods seem sound and logical, but his overall analyses have been consistantly outrageously wrong since I have followed him starting in May this year. He has repeatedly declared that a market crash is imminent. He has had people shorting the rally of the past several months all the way up to where it is now while the vast majority of analysts… Read more »
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Sadiqur
December 8, 2010 5:39 pm
Perfect Stock Alert – I don’t think I could think of a more sillier name for this nutcase. If you look at his video a week ago, he was predicting a market crash.. next day he was BULLISH (only short term) I think he managed to convince a lot of people with his BS for a long time only to lose all credibility by suddenly changing his view from Armageddon on the markets to.. short term bullishness! I think if you go back and look at his videos.. it will be entertaning if nothing else.. everytime he said it was… Read more »
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Jeff
December 10, 2010 5:41 pm

I’ve never heard someone so confident be so wrong about his analysis. He has been a bear ever since August and kept saying to short short short while giving all kinds of technical reasons such as gaps, divergences, etc. Then on the evening of Dec 2, 2010 he decides to be a bull and calls this “changing to short term analysis”. What a bunch of crap. At least the site is free, but is free wrong analysis really a good thing?

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tomtemp937
December 19, 2010 10:10 am
I have followed(not traded) this site since early summer of 2010. Never have I seen anyone be so wrong and misleading people in the market in my entire life. He has been telling people to short the market from s&p500 1020 and only when the s&p moved above 1200 he has changed his bearish opinion to a bullish one now. Any opinions posted that oppose his views are quickly squashed or banned. It is just a matter of time and this site will be gone, and reappear under another name. He has now started charging $200.00 for his stock picks… Read more »
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NOTAFOOL
December 28, 2010 8:33 am

I have listened to PSA for a while and have not taken his advice on stock picks. Anyone who takes financial advice from YouTube should be swindled, for they are a FOOL! The most important advice I would give anyone would be, do your own research and if you don’t understand the stock market, stay away like it’s the plague for you will get burned. PSA is a smoothhhhhhhh talker and is very convincing but he is a FOOL and everyone who took his advice is an even BIGGER FOOL.

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A. Mateur
September 5, 2011 10:07 am
All the above negative reviews pretty much sum it up. Sadly, as an amateur investor I was fooled by someone who sounds like he knows what he’s talking about… but really doesn’t. Yes, I deserve to be suckered by taking ‘free’ advice from YouTube, I’ll admit that much. At any rate, I followed Christian’s advice and went short after August 2010 (and the Fed’s QE2 announcement) and for month after month watched as the market kept climbing and climbing higher. And to someone who’s been telling you to go short suddenly go ‘short-term long’ is pretty disheartening. After losing a… Read more »
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