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Do the research everything virtual reality related. for example Nvidia NASDAQ: NVDA as you all probably know is the hardware-software company that dominates all computer graphics cards. Nvidia is not your immediate stock gain but either was amazon back in 1997. Nvidia is moving upwards now a little at a time everyday. Buy and hold Nvidia, Same goes for Netflix as more and more subscribers are joining Netflix, buy and hold.

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I used Tom’s Money Calendar for the initial 60 day trial period they offered plus most of the extra 30 days I got simply by asking. Likely my best trade was getting my money back, which I have to say was no problem at all. I closed 12 trades – 2 doubles (which is what he promises) and 10 losers. Not all of his rec’s could you get into – they wouldn’t fill at his recommended price. The losers ranged from smaller losses (4) to total write-offs (6), which are common on naked calls or puts. So obviously nothing close… Read More »

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Terry H
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Yes, you were really lucky. Those of us who follow his recommendations to the letter and have been doing so for say a year know full well that 80% of his recommendations are TOTAL and absolute failures–virtually no return on your investment. So, the few doubles that he does make do not give you a positive return. You were VERY smart to get out when you did and I would recommend that everyone do as you do!!!

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Terry H
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Here is a sample from Tom Gentile’s Money Calendar portfolio–I follow his recommendations to the letter (or I did), but I probably won’t anymore. I use about $500 per trade, just as Tom recommends. This is my portfolio today: CSCO: down $36 PFE: down $498 VZ: down $102 WYNN: down $642 PCLN: down $74 KO: down $64 PG: down $72 DIA (butterfuly): Down $178 You have to admit, this is an awesome 0% track record. And these are only the LATEST losers, there were several other losers just before this. Perhaps you should advertise these results rather than that fictitious… Read More »

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Stephen Thwaites
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Stephen Thwaites

I lost a lot of money on Tom Gentiles trades on Money Map Press weekly Cash Clock weekly options . He got it wrong so many times despite the promises of ‘double your money every week with ‘ Americas number one Trader’

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Matt Morris
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I have my own options service if anyone is interested, just don’t have the ad budget / slick sales pages like Money Map Press does.
Full track record/explanation here: http://mmpublishinginc.net
-Matt

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choockd
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I dont use its money calendar as to me it is too expensive, but i have subscribed one of the service, with a site that he founded in the past called optionsanalysis.com, is a cheaper version of his new site http://www.tomsoptiontools.com . There is good info called DarkNet signal (usually work for Buy Call), and also something call Earning Straddle, where you based on the info and decide which trade you want to take up. of course your own TA analysis is required as additional filter before entering the trade. Cost per month around USD$25, sharing the subscriptions with 3… Read More »

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bob
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The appalling losses of Tom Gentile Weekly Cash Clock in his scandalous proclamations of a low risk strategy that returns high return is just a disgrace. It produces double digit returns ok, double digit losses, and eventually triple digit losses once you hit the 100% mark and are wiped out. When you add in the front running (just analyse the time stamps of when trades were executed, impossible for someone not already in receipt of the information to find the stock symbol and place the trades), you will see what an utterly deplorable, wholly unscrupulous dishonest opportunist this guy is.… Read More »

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gongo
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gongo

Thank you everyone for your comments. I almost took the bait…
They are now asking $4995 for both of Gentile’s services…
Here an idea, use his service and bet the opposite side of the trade…

Robert
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Robert

Who is Travis, I am new and GLAD I did NOT purchase the Money Calendar. Hope to meet some good people here …

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Jim in PA
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Jim in PA

That question has come up a few times in this thread. Travis is Travis Johnson aka Stock Gumshoe. You’re on (part of) his site as you read this page. You can click on the Gumshoe logo or just shorten the url to http://www.stockgumshoe.com. As you’ve seen in this thread, most (all?) of his subscribers and readers have a great deal of respect for his insights and articles, certainly including me. Poke around a bit, most of the stuff on the site is free. You can, like me, choose to become a subscriber or ‘irregular.’ I did that quite a while… Read More »

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Robert
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Robert

How do I become a Member? It shows me as. “Guest”. Do any of you use The Money Report? Or do you dislike that as well?

Brant
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So if he is giving away 2.5 mil on this special offer why are they taking in 3.75 mil to join this. A cool 1.25 mil in profit. He may have some winners but as some know he has plenty of losers also. I think I’ll get trade like Chuck for free.

Mike
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Mike

Chuck is far from free , be aware

Jeff Britt
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Jeff Britt

The Trade Like Chuck Free Offer is not actually free – they say the Book & Video are free but the shipping is about $20 – which is a fair price for a book. They will also pitch you the Stock Option Advisory Service for $6,000.00 / year – Chuck has a good track record but that is too expensive for me (Also – your trading account needs to be able to Buy & Sell Options, and Spreads).

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abritc
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Chuck offers a far more affordable service, called Hughes Optioneering. They provide 4 recs for bullish call option spreads each Sunday, selecting stocks that have been in a strong uptrend for several months but recently had a small downturn creating a “buying opportunity”. They set both options significantly in the money so that the spread should be profitable even if the stock itself loses up to 8% during the 40-45 day time period to expiration. In normal times this should be a brilliant yet conservative way to make substantial profits…but it’s not so hot as in present circumstances when stocks… Read More »

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buddfox
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abritc – Thanks for the info on Hughes Optioneering. Jeff

Harry Abdin
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Harry Abdin

Who is Chuck, could you please share his info on the net.
Thanks.

Charles Roman
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Charles Roman

You are exactly correct. As a day trader just learning Options my core account was with all the holdings of my equities. In order for you to begin options, you must at least have $2000 in your core account to begin. Or if you do have some savings in your bank account make a deposit into your brokerage in order to reap benefits.

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Louis
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Be careful of this Gentile he is a bum from optionetics, as a speaker, not from home depot. He was not good in teaching options there, so what is he up to now?

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Amin
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I agree with Louis. I took that optionetics course and paid a lot of money. On top of that you had to pay more to actually keep going. One could attend any future courses and my son was supposed to have a free course too.

I consider myself above average in intelligence and things weren’t explained clearly
You. Had to pay more money to pay for their software!!!
Where is optionetics now?
I have not received one email from them regarding seminars.

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Steele
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What seems to be the biggest misunderstanding is that these are “recommendations” anyone blindly following anyone else’s recommendations without using stop limits and LOTS of vetting through looking at the greeks and the current charts with intelligence is a fool and will soon be parted with their money. Are recommendations worth $2K a year? They might be to someone just getting started, but if you don’t know how to trade and vet recommendations you shouldn’t be trading in the first place. Everyone posting high spirited comments is way too emotional to be trading. Anyone losing 100% on a trade has… Read More »

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Tim Hitt
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wow you should have your own stock rec.company!

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william p hobin jr.
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william p hobin jr.

than