written by reader “Weekly Cash Clock”

By tedebear1, July 4, 2016

Money Map Press is peddling this as a spectacular way of ”virtually doubling your money every week”. ”Weekly distribution contracts” sounds lke just another program for trading binary options. I think there are more than 100 such programs out there, almost all of which have not produced profits. There is supposedly a free successful program created in part by a Richard Vinneron Insider Trading but I kept getting redirected. This is a hard sell – if you don’t sign up by midnight if July 4th, it’ll cost $4995 vs. $2495/yr. Gentlile claims his record is so good because he spent milllions developing software that , for heavily traded stocks in a downtrend (”precipitation channel”), finds covergence points between the precipitation channel, the ”parallel channel”, and the ”convergence channel”. He then adds his own experience and expertise to filter out the recommendations to just one or two. While he points ot the big winners, he provides no detailed track record nor allows for slippage and commissions. I think these magical profits are stricly paper trades. After all, if you had a system that usually doubled your money every week, why would you do anything else?

In looking around the web, there are zillions of binary trading programs – most of which are less than 10% of this price; and generally lacking real money records. Is Mr. Gentile’s algorithim and personal screening worth 10x more? He has a record of creating and peddling other trading systems via Money Map Press in the past and reviews have been very mixed. His ”weekly gains 100% guaranteed or your money back” translates to getting at least 30 doubling recommendations per year with a 2nd year free if he doesn’t. Not quite the same. The ONLY thing that was of interest was the offer of a 100% refund if cancelled within 60 days.

Has anyone had success with any of Tom Gentiles past get-rich-quick trading programs or this one?

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