written by reader 9-month Millionaire

By bradshawrk, March 14, 2021

Does anyone know more about Bryan Perry’s(Market Beat) “new” 9-month millionaire plan?
He shows how following his plan and making the trades He will email or text you, that starting with just $5,000, you can be a millionaire. Sounds great, but I’ve been a suckered for hype to many times… This is the only place I will invest $$(much smaller in comparison)…

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
March 15, 2021 9:00 am

Have never looked at it, but that’s an absurd promise.

Yes, of course, it’s possible that you can time dozens of trades perfectly and end up turning $5,000 into a million dollars, but it’s certainly not at all probable. Know that trying to reach that kind of crazy goal would also mean not only that you bet all of that $5,000 on something insanely risky in the first place, but also that after you make a profit on that, if it is profitable, you bet it all again on something else very risky, and daisy chain that for dozens of trades. If you get 100% of them perfect, which I’ve never heard of happening but is, I suppose, mathematically possible, then maybe you can compound that trading into a massive gain (though 200X your investment is a ridiculous goal)… if you get one of them wrong you end up with a 100% loss or near-100% loss.

If any trader was within a fraction of being that effective, they would not be writing a newsletter or trying to recruit individual subscribers — it would be an irrational waste of time.
If you can consistently make even 100% returns in a year you can create a massive fortune for yourself in just a few years, and what’s being pitched there is a promise of 20,000% gains in a year. It’s a nice lottery ticket daydream, but that’s all it is, and a lottery ticket only costs a dollar or two.

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