Trigger Event Strategist

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Regina
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Regina
February 26, 2009 1:43 pm
I am reviewing the Trigger Event Strategist by Shah Gilani. It is published by Mike Ward of the Money Map Press. I gave this service one star because I can’t give it anything lower. Don’t waste your money or your time on this advisory. My husband and I felt that because the market is so volatile and conditions so perilous in the world we needed an expert to guide us through. Anyone can call themselves an expert! And as we have found out just because someone calls themselves an expert does not mean they will give expert advice. This one… Read more »
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James
February 27, 2009 3:28 pm
The concept seemed great but the picks were terrible. At least I got one good thing out of it. In their teaser advertisement, it mentioned taking advantage of a bubble in the Treasury Market. I knew what that meant and bought TBT, which yielded thousands in profits! Remarkably, he never even recommended any trade to take advantage of the situation he mentioned in the teaser, even after I emailed him twice about this! He instead recommended garbage like Citigroup and Saks ’cause it’s cheap. Sheesh! I would suggest that Regina from the first review call them and try to cancel… Read more »
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DrBen20027
March 18, 2009 7:39 pm

I read the other reviews but I’m giving it a chance. I read (and was impressed by) his Open Letter To Ben Bernanke and have been reading him in the Money Morning newsletter. I think he’s spot on the markets, and while I’ve been in the service for about a month now, I still have a month left to get my refund. It’s a tough market out there and if he thinks it’s better to wait than invest in trash, I’d say he’s pretty smart.

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Goldbug
September 1, 2009 8:47 am
Shah’s fundamentals about the stock is correct but his timing and pricing is off. I had to make a few adjustments to his recommendations on my own. For example, he overpaid for CIT at $1.50 and out of my intuition, i put a limit for under $1.00 rather than buy at $1.50 as he recommended. Low and behold, the stock for CIT shot down to $.36 a share which is what my limit bought me in for!! If you have this service, set the limit to at least $.20 lower than his recommendations. Even his Marvel reco, I paid less… Read more »
donald
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donald
June 14, 2010 2:49 pm

Shah Gilani produced this poor product. Has it closed down? Now he is producing a new product – Capital Wave Forecast – which probably won’t be any better.

Chuck F.
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Chuck F.
February 21, 2012 3:39 pm
Nothing has changed. His Capital Wave Forecast is mostly hot air. Lots of hype to sell the subscription but if you are 1 day over the 90-day trial period, there is no pro-rated discount, even after 6 weeks of no recommendations. In tracking his recommendations, only selling puts in an attempt to buy at a lower price has made money while he misses the entire upleg of this market. His options have all been losers and his he is just now recommending divident paying stocks that all others have recommended for a year. Too little – too late and definitely… Read more »
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