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Total rubbish, just a selling tool for their trading service, don't waste your time or money on this! Am amazed that it is even given a space here.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
THIS HAS TO BE THE WORST AUDIOBOOK I EVER HEARD THE SPEAKER CANT EVEN SPEAK PROPERLY AND CONTENT IS VERY BASIC FOR BEGINNERS
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Wow ... didn't see this one coming!
This is an edited live recording of an information seminar (read as "sales pitch") for a financial education company based in Australia. Lou Hardy and her guest are annoying, at best, in their overly simplistic and optimistic presentation of how to get rich quick in Forex Trading.
I also couldn't find any relationship to the concepts of Napoleon Hill's "Think and Grow Rich" as the title might suggest.
Only a minimal amount of relevent background information is offered, such as what a "pip" and a "stop" are. They don't even adequately explain the concept of lot size ... only that pip value can be varied when using their trading software.
Only a few subtle mentions are made regarding the downside of how high leveraged transactions can actually work disastrously against you on these trades.
Lots of weak attempts to get audience participation though, by soliciting obvious "yes" responses to redundant questions such as "How many of you would like to make $20000 in only a few months?" and "How many of you like the idea of making money automatically while you sleep?". Gimme a break ... I couldn't even make it to the end of this one hour long "book" before turning it off.
Really nothing of value here as far as I can see. Don't waste a credit on this one!
22 of 23 people found this review helpful
This "book" is a sales pitch given to a group of people who attended a general "get rich quick" seminar. Most of the audience did not know what Forex was. The purpose of the talk is to get the audience to sign up for Forex courses, books, etc. If you can define the word "Forex," and if you know what a "pair" is, you will not find anything new here -- unless you want to spend your hard earned money to these hucksters. I will be writing a complaint to Audible. This should not have been listed. It is not a book, a speech, a seminar. It is a sales pitch.
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