written by reader The Power Elite Review – What’s The Truth About Jon Markman?

By whereisthecash, March 19, 2019

What is the story behind this? This is what is listed on the web page. He talks about 8 stocks to hold forever. Does anyone know if it’s worth it? The Pros and Cons of The Power Elite:
The Pros
This is a brand new product that’s designed to allow you to invest in only the most stable, high-profit companies.
Because you’re investing in such stable stocks, your risk level is lowered as much as is humanly possible within the stock market.
The product comes to you by instant download. So there’s no waiting for snail mail to get started – you can begin building your wealth-making portfolio immediately.
Jon Markman is so confident in his product that it comes with a completely risk-free trial. If you’re not completely happy you get a no-questions-asked, 100% refund.
The Cons
So, if there has to be a ‘con’, it’s that this isn’t designed for quick profits. Instead, this is a product that will suit those who want a real and sustained income over the years – and a large one at that. It will ride out the tough times (and on occasion, make big profits from volatility). So if you’re looking for a get-in-get-out quick scheme, then this probably isn’t for you.

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big tuna
1 year ago

He only wants $29 for the names plus the pitch says:

What if you send for your free books, get the names of those 8 stocks, then ask for a refund right away?

Hey, that’s fine with me too!

Because I’m betting you’ll want to stick around for a while.

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Eduardo Peña
Eduardo Peña
1 year ago

I saw the video. He is not putting out 8 stocks to hold forever. He designed a software program that culls down the stock universe to the absolute best based on 10 predetermined criteria. That list is currently at 70 or so. Those 70 are further analized down to the top 8, which are the current holdings. He will not hold those 8 forever, but also will not be trading in and out every month.

Kenneth Hamilton
Kenneth Hamilton
8 months ago

Kind of difficult for the thinkolator to pick his 8 out of seventy best stocks but I’m guessing that they involve smoking, vaping, snack eating and imbibing in alcohol.

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