Published on November 23rd, 2008 | by Tom Wake0
Review: Making Money From Financial Speculation
by Charlie Wright
“Give me 21 days,” says Michael Hein in his mailshot for Making Money from Financial Speculation, “and I’ll show you how to make £5,000 per month speculating on tiny movements in any market in the world.
So does he?
Well, thankfully what he doesn’t do is try to sneakily sell you one of those automated computer systems. So that’s a plus.
What you get is a 107-page manual that gives you a crash course in trading the financial markets. It’s easy to read and easy to follow. But whether it’s worth the £54.95 depends on you.
If you have some trading experience already, then Michael’s going to spend the early part telling you what you already know. But if you’re a complete novice, this is a good entry-level course.
You’ll learn the basics of spread betting, fixed odds betting, CFDs and cash trading. Then you get Michael’s personal system – a combination of technical stuff (charts) and fundamentals (market news, statistics, etc).
With bonus material on DVD and a CD rom with all the important data you need, it’s worth the money if you want to get started in the cut ‘n’ thrust world of financial training.
But be aware that once you’re up and running you’ll probably need to buy more in-depth books, courses or newsletters from other sources.