John Hopkins

Wall Street Exposed (Review) - A SCAM?

How Much Can You Make With Wall Street Exposed?


New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/14/2013 --Being a veteran stock broker and ex-hedge fund manager, I was asked by DWN News to review "Wall Street Exposed" - a system that has been causing uproar among bankers and brokers. Initially I thought it would be a waste of my time, as instinctively I felt it was just another scam. Yet, when I started hearing about the anger and frustration that it was causing my broker friends, I felt there might be more to this system…and here it is: my un-censored wall street exposed review.

I contacted the guys behind Wall Street Exposed, and they were kind enough to grant me free access, even though I made it clear that I'd report my findings exactly as they really are. So what exactly did I find? Short answer - Wall Street Exposed is a step-by-step guide to making money with stocks, designed with the beginner in mind. However, it is not your usual text-book style information. Far from that! Actually, what this system is about, is using the loop holes in the stock system to guarantee profit; loop holes which for years have been used by bankers and other insiders.

You see, the stock market is a very peculiar business. We all remember the 2008 stock market crash. However, contrary to what most people think, this was not the only market crash nor was it unexpected. There were other market crashes in 2000, 1997, 1989, 1987, 1973, 1937, and 1929, the latter triggering the Great Depression. And although the stock market may seem unpredictable, when one analysis historical trends, it is clearly seen that the market goes through repeating boom-and-busts. Prices will rise rapidly, and then crash, and the cycle repeats...

Following the 2008 crash, stocks have now recovered and the market has entered the boom phase. In fact, in 2013 many stocks have reached an all-time high. Bankers and others in the biz know that now is the time to invest massively, and as soon as stocks plateau, sell everything, hence avoiding the bust that will follow and making a massive profit in the process. This is how bankers make millions yearly, yet the person who has no clue losses out on the stocks. And this is precisely what Wall Street Exposed is all about - making this insider knowledge available to people who would otherwise have no clue what is really going on in the stock market.

Since I am already very knowledgeable about stocks, I had my friend Michael (who has zero experience in stocks) try out Wall Street Exposed for 10 days - without any help from me whatsoever. I wanted to see if the system really was enough for someone with zero knowledge on the subject matter. Michael used the system to invest $100 in the stock market and used Wall Street Exposed to move the money around. Ten days later, the value of his investment had grown to $206! Needless to say that this is very impressive, especially considering that the value was still going up and will be worth much more in a few days.

I am very impressed with this system and can honestly say that wall street exposed is no scam! I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to get involved in the stock market but has no idea where to start. I spoke with the creators of Wall Street Exposed and they told me that they will offer their system for FREE for a full 90 days to my friends: use this link to make use of this great offer. They also told me that they'd be very happy to call you for FREE to help you make your first $500-1000! Special Offer Link.