StockPicks.com is a website which claims to offer a detailed, step-by-step report about what they call a “stock market loophole” which can be used to make thousands of dollars a month.
According to StockPicks.com, unlike traditional stock market reports which are long and complicate, theirs has been condensed down to just 62 pages, all filled with easy, step-by-step instructions, including screen shots.
Even though the report originally sells for $129, it is currently selling for $37. And because it is a Clickbank product, if you have any dissatisfaction with the information you receive, you have 60 days to request a refund of your purchase price.
The website describes the loophole as giving people the ability to buy stock shares at “giveaway prices.” According to them, there is a flaw in the system which can push the price of certain stocks to 80% lower than where they should be.
They say that 90% of the time this value fluctuation only occurs for a short period of time before the sock then jumps back to its correct value, giving you the ability to make large returns on your investment.
The website promises that this loophole is completely legal and will probably always exist within the market. It can help both novice and advanced market traders, and can give you need to begin making money within the week.
What to Know
Customers who read their disclaimer will see that this financial report discusses “penny stocks,” a type of microcap stock which generally trades under $5 and sometimes even under $1. Unfortunately, there can be a lot of risk associated with these stocks. Financial advisors have cautioned that this type of stock is dangerous to invest in because they are so easy to manipulate.
It has been documented that individuals and companies can purchase large amounts of this stock to make it seem as though the value is rising, and then when others begin to purchase the stock as well, they sell off their shares and walk away with a profit, and leave the stock value to plummet again.
Fortunately, like all websites which provide financial information, their disclaimer also advises their users that all stock recommendations they provide to you also go through a broker or other financial advisor so that you can best protect yourself. This is good advice to follow when dealing with stock recommendations from a web source.
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