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Hot stocks: the PROPHET and the SCAMMER

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1Hot stocks: the PROPHET and the SCAMMER Empty Hot stocks: the PROPHET and the SCAMMER Wed Feb 17, 2021 10:33 pm

Mankad


Stock Trader

Created a profile just to let any new members about this so called "expert" by the slogan "Teller said is said". Charges a premium for tips, another premium for hot tips, and another premium on-top for special tips, and another mammoth premium to manage your portfolio. 
I have seen his posts, as you may all have seen- in this forum and has a good rep among other members... but I see that he baits the hooks with new comers- who usually have a thing to want 100% guaranteed gains on a investment. New comers also dont have much experience, so this guy throws baits at you, tricks you into this bait making you think they are ALL legit and leads you into this cave of a sacrifice in which you will be offered as sacrifice like the goat you are. 
He tricks you with the first few tips and achievements, and rides with his f***a** slogan and tells he knows "HIDDEN REASONS" for one share to move up. I know many who lost in this scam, I myself did loose a small amount. Many have been mailing him and crying over that he does not even reply even though he promised "Time pass chatting" for premium members, like the love bird he thinks he is. 

Another recent share he promoted and many jumped in, and when people were frustrated over prices going down, this d*ck head had the audacity to tell his members it's paying dividends, so shut up. 

Please be careful-especially new comers- your desire to make short term profits makes you look like a foolish prey to scammers like this dude.

Good luck trading. Do your own due diligence. Not listen to some self-claimed prophet of investments who says he knows sh*t.

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RJ1010


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics

@Teller ☝🏽
I’m waiting for miss sangeetha to like the above post 😃

Bakkabwoi

Bakkabwoi
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

i sorta agree with this !

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RJ1010


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics

I don’t like to see posts here made specifically about members. It’s not a good practice. We can blame each other all day making this like a linda langa sangamaya.

The bottom line is NO ONE can be 100% accurate. Predictions made on technicals, fundamentals, macro economic factors etc can all fail to pinpoint direction or target of a share price given unknowns. Be it lockdown scares, credit clearance chaos, or any other factor or simply even a some sudden reason which affects a company or a sector in particular can put predictions on the wrong path.
Example: when the budget was announced everyone praised the power sector as the next best thing.... did any power company move? They all went down.
It’s upto each person to use as many sources of information as possible to find the best possible buy and sell target price. And when one decides to buy/sell a share it is his OWN decision. No one is forcing you to buy or sell.
The ‘experts’ don’t get anything from your transactions. If those advice doesn’t help then don’t pay or subscribe. Mostly it’s small investors who follow these advice. They don’t buy sufficient quantities to change the share price by much. So it won’t manipulate the market.

What I have noticed is that most newcomers are impatient. When a buy recommendation is given they quickly go and buy at the available price. Then they can’t wait to get a quick profit. Even if specifically mentioned medium term or long term people look for quick profits. Problem is people don’t understand how a company works. They don’t read annual reports. Most of the “hidden” reasons are mentioned in annual reports. There could be new investments which realize company profits in 2-3yrs and hence a future valuation can be predicted. Can’t expect share price to go up today for such cases. Examples are plenty for people to misunderstand these predictions. And fair to say predictions can go wrong if the concerned company change strategy. It’s actually good if someone blindly buys a share because ‘some expert’ recommended and makes a loss from it. That will be a lesson learnt. Even the much researched broker firm analysts also get predictions wrong... so there you go.

Do your own analysis. Be responsible for your buy/sell decisions. Follow people for guidance if it’s worth it for you. Good luck!

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Bakkabwoi

Bakkabwoi
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

RJ1010 wrote:I don’t like to see posts here made specifically about members. It’s not a good practice. We can blame each other all day making this like a linda langa sangamaya.

The bottom line is NO ONE can be 100% accurate. Predictions made on technicals, fundamentals, macro economic factors etc can all fail to pinpoint direction or target of a share price given unknowns. Be it lockdown scares, credit clearance chaos, or any other factor or simply even a some sudden reason which affects a company or a sector in particular can put predictions on the wrong path.
Example: when the budget was announced everyone praised the power sector as the next best thing.... did any power company move? They all went down.
It’s upto each person to use as many sources of information as possible to find the best possible buy and sell target price. And when one decides to buy/sell a share it is his OWN decision. No one is forcing you to buy or sell.
The ‘experts’ don’t get anything from your transactions. If those advice doesn’t help then don’t pay or subscribe. Mostly it’s small investors who follow these advice. They don’t buy sufficient quantities to change the share price by much. So it won’t manipulate the market.

What I have noticed is that most newcomers are impatient. When a buy recommendation is given they quickly go and buy at the available price. Then they can’t wait to get a quick profit.  Even if specifically mentioned medium term or long term people look for quick profits. Problem is people don’t understand how a company works.  They don’t read annual reports. Most of the “hidden” reasons are mentioned in annual reports. There could be new investments which realize company profits in 2-3yrs and hence a future valuation can be predicted. Can’t expect share price to go up today for such cases. Examples are plenty for people to misunderstand these predictions. And fair to say predictions can go wrong if the concerned company change strategy. It’s actually good if someone blindly buys a share because ‘some expert’ recommended and makes a loss from it. That will be a lesson learnt. Even the much researched broker firm analysts also get predictions wrong... so there you go.

Do your own analysis. Be responsible for your buy/sell decisions. Follow people for guidance if it’s worth it for you. Good luck!



thats true machan..also its our duty to safeguard newcomers.. any newcomer will easily get blinded by amazing Tp's with promises of 100% returns etc.. some youtubers i wont mention as u said its not ethical gives that and repeatedly say that they can gurantee the returns etc and market their channels and subscriptions.. Masses go and get subscribed and mainly get conned.. that should be stopped .. as u mentioned anyone can only guide.. but the decisions/losses/profits are solely to be borne by the investor him self regardless of their maturity/ confidence/ age etc..

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