Night Trader, The

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maock
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Once the market closes at 4 p.m., it can simultaneously perform four different calculations on a stock.
The first analyzes changes in a stock’s volatility.
The second measures its variability and dispersion rates.
The third looks at speed and change in price movement.
And the fourth identifies overbought and oversold conditions.
The resulting score from these four calculations is converted into a single number, between 0 and 100. That number is then mapped out on a color coded grid, like the one you see below.

bryantrd1
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Thanks maock,
Have you used this system? If so, does it work as well as teased?

jaytodd
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So far, this is another absolute scam. Money Map Press which platforms this scam, is in my mind, a very dishonest organization. None of his picks do anything. If one wishes to risk owning 500 very average stocks, after a years time, by all means, sign up for this sad hype of a so-called strategy.

Chris
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Yes I’m very curious about this one. Other stuff promoted by this group has not lived up. Anyone had success?

jaytodd
Irregular
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No. From every indication, it IS a scam.

hd123sftail
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I would be curious to see if it works as well. Seems too good to be true.

Tim
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Hi, joined on Dec 29th, bought 12 stocks, lost 20%.

Jim
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Joined 12/27… lost 87% so far. stay away!

jaytodd
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It seems so, because it is.

Todd
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At $2,500 a head for the limit of 1,000 readers, i know why he’s living the high life. That’s $2.5 million.

I subscrived to this group a couple months ago and so far all I get is these offers to join more trading deals like this and so far very few good recommendations.

gruntdog
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waiting for Travis take on this 2295 to join

Jim
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No need to wait for Travis’ take…Stay Away. Personally lost 83.7% by the way Mr. Johnson calculates returns, but honestly I am down 24% real money + the subscription cost of which I have no prospects of ever gaining that much money from this system. You see an Alert only comes After a stock has already risen 25% over the past 5 trading days. There in I think lies the problem with anyone making money. Buy that time “short sells” come into the mix and is probably where NT is actually making his money!

gruntdog
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night trader too good to be true?

Kevin
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Here are some of the “Night Trader’s” sales pitches: 1. In the sales pitch video he claims to be related to a long line of engineers, one of whom, a Swiss engineer, developed the Command Grid trading system. 2. We target simple Turbo Stocks that are in the GREEN ZONE on the Command Grid. Follow along with that, and we’ll make a fortune. 3. The power of the Night Trade, a special kind of order that takes just 5 minutes of your time has the potential to make you 50%, 100%, or even 125% profit by the NEXT MORNING! 4.… Read more »
Jim
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Same here…I love Nova-X and Keith Fitzgerald but Chris Johnson is living the high life off suckers let me and you. Stay Away!!?

bill
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Thank you sir. Sorry for your losses. outahere

jaytodd
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That’s what makes his pitch so very dishonest.

William
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OK, here are the first 3 Night Trader trades, please form your own opinions:

(stock) purchase 12/20 @$20.05, on 12/27 is $20.55
(stock) purchase 12/21 @$29.44, on 12/27 is $29.17
(stock) purchase 12/22 @$38.87, on 12/27 is $39.20
(stock) purchase 12/22, not triggered

Latest advertising copy shows the ‘watchlist’ of 20 stocks and claims all but 4 have advanced in price, for a total of 66%. Perhaps the 4 not doing too well were those recommended for purchase.

Chris
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William thank you for tracking please keep us updated. Maybe not bad picks but not enough justify large subscription cost.

Chris
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William got this in a marketing email. Is it right what they describe?
On Tuesday, The Night Trader revealed the 20 stocks on his watch list right now.

→ All but four have already gone up in price!

Klaus
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Received this email today, Dec. 31: “I’ve already seen total winning gains of 929% and I’m only just getting started.” What a bunch of BS! Here is the scorecard of stocks recommended so far, ALL LOSERS as far as the outrageous claims of triple digit gains are concerned. And remember, he promises gains of $750, $1,700, or $5,700 the NEXT DAYcomment image

Todd
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I’m now getting emails daily telling me he’s not going to push me, but I’m missing out and come 12/31 – he’s raising the price and it will never come back down. I guess 1,000 people didn’t jump on the band-wagon very quickly.

David Johnson
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How does he trade stocks after hr or premarket? Japan?

torgo3000
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He doesn’t. He only sends you the recommendations after hours. You then put in the trades to be executed when the market opens the next morning.

Tim
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Sounds too good to be true coupled with the quintessential sales pitches, limited memberships, act now price is going up, may close down memberships completely, money back guarantee (after a year of courser) etc…. I think there may be another reason other then collecting the membership fees. If he accumulates enough followers executing the same trades won’t that essentially drive the stock pick prices up? Maybe he purchases them the night before he releases his pick instructions.

Jane
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One of the things that he said is that he would not be buying any of these stocks. Money Map policy is that all of their people are prohibited from buying any stock that they are promoting for 72 hours following the release of the recommendation.

Paco
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Looks like that restriction applies to “after” the promotion. What keeps them from purchasing before the promotion?

Irvinesully
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Hi there..for tbe record he now wants $5,000 . I this guy is crazy. Sure he is raking in the dough.. that is 5 million a year if he finds that many people willing to fork over that much money for a spam email. He needs to be sued

Tiger23joe
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The Money Map Press Nova X was very profitable for me, plus $50,000 in 3 months, but now it is a sales site. Multiple emails per day for “the night trader. The Radical Technology Profits picks were losers, so I will not touch the “the night trader”.

torgo3000
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I’ll second that on Nova X. It seems to be the rare truly good publication in the Money Map family, and I have done extremely well trading on its recommendations. But EVERYTHING in the Money Map family will end up leading you to non-stop spam for their expensive services. For a while it was Night Trader. More recently it has been High Velocity, and now it’s their latest Money Zone that is flooding my inbox. To my knowledge, none of their expensive products are or have ever been worth a dime. Kids throwing darts at the Wall Street Journal could… Read more »
dapez
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The Night Trader (NT) marketing-video and this is what I imagine is the Swiss method. It actually appears to make sense…..I just don’t know what the stats will be. The Night Trader name is misleading if you expect the gains to occur the next day. The method does not achieve the projections stated overnight. From his charts the order is entered at night, may take many days to trigger entry, and they may take 5 months or more to mature. It does appear to be a lower stress method to day trading. From the sequence posted in the reader responses… Read more »
Klaus
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The sales pitch they use to make people sign up and dish out $2995 is misleading. “As a former CEO, broker and Director, The Night Trader is the one man in America who has figured out a way to infiltrate the markets after the closing bell at 4 p.m…And execute specific trades on stocks that he knows – with as close to 100% certainty as possible – are bound to go up in price IMMEDIATELY. Then, when he wakes up the next day, he often finds an extra $500, $1,000, or $1,500 sitting in his account. On the night of… Read more »
Klaus
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They refunded the entire amount January 2nd. Case closed. I guess they jump into action when you report them to the BBB in Baltimore.

star5707
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When Chris Johnson is making so much money over night then why he is so concerned about sending repeated emails to join him for $2500.00. I asked for verification in my account to join then they reply ,please do not reply to this email.

Timothy
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Personally, I think this is a scam, I would not recommend it.

SmyrnaDave
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I joined the advisory service in late December 2017. Only 3 of 16 trades are up, just a little. The rest are down, including 5 that hit the 10% trailing stops leaving me with losses. All of the others are down. The advertising is false, based on how they tout returns. In one email, they claimed to be up over 60%. MY PORTFOLIO WAS DOWN 3% WHEN THEY CLAIMED IT WAS UP, AND IT IS NOW DOWN ABOUT 5%. I think they cherry pick prices, rather than using closing prices. Second, mathematically, you cannot add percentages which is what Chris… Read more »
SmyrnaDave
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I had another write-off today (1-18-18)! That makes 6 trades that stopped out, hitting 10% trailing stops. That’s 37.5% of 16 recommendations that lost money, with only a couple remaining modestly ahead of entry prices. The remaining stocks are down as much as 6%, probably heading toward hitting their 10% trailing stops.

SmyrnaDave
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I have not even looked this morning at the remaining stocks. I wanted to add to my comments: I tried to contact Chris Johnson to ask questions about how he calculated the percentages he touts. My first effort was not negative in tone. Money Press’s “Research Dept” replied without any answers. They actually said they don’t do the kind of work (calculating results) I requested! The reply ended with something like “watch for the next exciting trade.” Yeah, right! Bottom line: Money Map Press keeps a stone wall between subscribers and their “advisors.” My guess is they want to avoid… Read more »
SmyrnaDave
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I accidentally hit send before adding Tom Gentile to the list above.

joeybags
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My THINKOLATOR SAITH a massive lawsuit is underway or should be because this happens every time we are in a massive stock market bull run. I remember back in the 90’s during our dot com bubble all the major a..holes thatcame out of the woodwork after working class stiffs because there were more of us then them. So when you do the average in sales 2:7 then it stands to reason that these jerkoffs are out screwing us on every dollar they steal. And althoughwe are all “adults” capable of making our decisions it is in their phraseology that makes… Read more »
Jim
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As of this morning NT has issued 25 recommendations (alerts he calls them). Personal results: 5 not played due price setting; 1 pending with high doubts of positioning; 10 open with whopping 0.7% gains and 9 closed (10% stop loss triggered) for net Loss of 87.3%.
Be Alert…Stay Away from this!

tokeeffe
Irregular
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So I’m getting 5-6 e-mails per week about this stoopid trading system, and the guy must just be blatantly lying as they are quoting PORTFOLIO returns of up to 3,390 percent. This kind of false marketing is why we are so blessed to have Travis keeping us safe, and NOT dropping $1950 on an advisory service. Has anyone else noticed how the price of ALL the services that they advertise – including the ones named above by SmyrnaDave are ALL $1950? Ridiculous

seminole2
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The solicitations from Money Map Press are very irritating. I tried a couple of subscriptions and the only one that made me a lot of money was Nova-X, mainly for pot stock recommendations. I have made at least 4x the cost of admission on that one. Zenith Trading started out really well then took a nose dive. Seismic has been up and down. Multiple 50%+ gains then nosedived, but now is back up into double digit profits overall. Of course, my automated 401K investment is up > 20% for an extra $100/year service fee so it is the best investment… Read more »
SmyrnaDave
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CAUTION: Seismic is also Chris Johnson…I lost money on that, too, but Money Map allowed me last summer to switch to another service. STAY AWAY FROM CHRIS JOHNSON. His reports/updates are full of lies and they ignore the stocks that get stopped out. Also, if you subscribe to several of their services, look into negotiating a one-time fee for a lifetime membership to all of their services….just ignore the bad ones…Night Trader and Seismic. You can start by getting a credit for Night Trader. My alternative was to wait until newxt December to demand a full refund. Instead, I used… Read more »
Roberto Alfonso
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Night Trader and Seismic Profits, both from Chris Johnson are both a totl scam.
Stay away. Better give your money to charity than lose it on those trades and subscription price

Nabeel
Guest
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The thing that did not make sense to me was that he started with stocks that went nowhere or even went down for a while, and then he claims that he only ride turbo stocks. Seriously?

Greg
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My wife and I joined and have already reported this as a SCAM! We continued to see micro gains wiped out by constant loses. The only person making money here is Chris from our subscriptions.

Timothy
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I have filed a complaint w/ the SEC, I hope everyone does. I received a reply from them.

Tiger23joe
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I am glad I stayed away from night trader. What about Radical Technology Profits? I got taken on that one and they refused to talk to me about it. The SRI claim was pure fiction.

torgo3000
Irregular
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Sorry to hear Radical Technology Profits is so bad. Nova X is wonderful. Strange to think the same author could be so good with the cheap newsletter and so bad with the premium service.

wiedem
Irregular
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And now further update to this Night Trader as of the Feb 2 scorecard. Now he’s starting to get into options – calls and puts. and this has been an ugly week in the markets. GDS and BOLD had their stop losses triggered. He has issued instructions to voluntary sell to close – to reduce losses – in PK – 3.5% loss; MFG – 1.1% loss, CPRT – 3.7% loss, LKQ 5.0%loss… Other than the 4 option plays still open, that leaves 10 stocks plays still on the scorecard. 6 are ahead + 8%,9.0%,9.2%,0.2%,1.7%,4.1%.. and 4 are behind – -2.4%,-1.8%,-2.8%,-5.2%… Read more »
SmyrnaDave
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They won’t refund your money. Johnson is definitely a “bad dude.” I think only 2 of 16 or 17 of my original positions are open. And, that was before “the crash.” Money Map will allow you to switch to a different advisor. I recommend Fitzgerald, Barton and Gentile. I have recently begun buying some NovaX recommendations, but I do not have any long term experience to tout or denounce. Just don’t make the mistake of “betting the farm” on any recommendation…..stay conservative, and don’t chase stocks or options that move against you by buying more at lower prices….it rarely works.…