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Wade Cook is a barker. For those of you too young to be familiar with traveling vaudeville shows and circuses, a barker is someone who stands outside the show and barks you into the tent with a powerful sales pitch. Mesmerizing and totally focused on getting your money, the barker will sell you anything you desire and deliver very little. But, by the time the show’s over, it’s too late to get your money back.
Wade Cook has no content that can’t be gleaned from a reliable source, at his Wall Street Workshop. This two day psychological drain will quickly impart minimal stock strategies on day one and milk you dry of approximately $10,000 on day two if you are not extremely careful. But, you may be in a coma by day two with rigor mortis not far behind. Wade Cook induces trance with his oratory.
Wade Cook doesn’t know much about the stock market except what ideas he’s stolen from others. Do not listen to this man. Prior to reinventing himself as a stock market expert, Wade Cook had already taken his dog and pony show on the real estate road, gotten in trouble, and gone bankrupt. When he resurfaced all shiny and clean in stocks, the hair on the back of my neck stood up.
So much of your money is on the line here and giving it away for an endless stream of courses won’t make you rich, but it will make Wade Cook rich.
I’m not going to say more. Call me if any additional facts are necessary for you to make an informed decision. Wade Cook is not recommended. You can read his book Wall Street Money Machine, but you must get a second opinion on everything he suggests.