Yes, there is an app for that. Just kidding. The best way to avoid fraud is common sense. If it seems too good to be true; then trust your gut feeling. We make a lot of claims here for the S&P500 Trading Group. AND, we can back up those claims. We claim “you cannot get rich quick.” We claim investing for profit takes training, more training, and time, and energy and commitment. We claim you can grow your wealth using risk management, capital preservation, and proper risk/reward ratios. Prove me wrong!
Now, the good news. You can do this! Contact us and let’s talk. Not everyone is right for futures trading. We will be upfront with you and tell you our opinion based on our experience and some proven facts that may exclude you from being a successful trader.
But, don’t back away just because you don’t have a college degree. Contact us.
Remember what I said earlier. We use capital preservation as part of our program. We don’t want you losing money. We don’t want you gambling. Earn your money using your hard-earned capital and keep it. Our instructors are seasoned traders and industry experts.
Did you notice, our articles appear on military-centric platforms. Yes, we aim our advertising at Veterans. This is because I believe you should have the same opportunity as your fellow citizens that did not have the same opportunity as you. They may have had the luxury of a college degree and starting a family or buying a house long before our men in uniform could start investing in their future in these ways.
That being said, I believe our veterans are capable of so much more after they retire the uniform. And I believe in you because I have been where you are. I will not act like the vultures at the gate when you go off post; to extort you into impossible interest rates for a car, or a house, or even furniture. We are here to Honor your service. Not to screw you over as so many would.
Here is an excerpt from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission:
The best way to protect yourself against fraud is to stay informed. Be aware of the tactics scammers use to lure you into making questionable investing decisions. Watch for the following in the sales pitches:
- High rate of return or guarantee – verify the firm or individual’s track record, don’t invest unless you can get solid information about the investment and the company.
- Limited time offers or high-pressure sales tactics – don’t be pushed into a quick decision. Be suspicious if they demand an immediate commitment or if they ask you to expedite payment, regardless of the method (cash, money transfer, credit card, etc.).
- Little or no risk – except for obligations of the U.S. government, all investments have a degree of risk. Futures contracts are leveraged or margined; you may be liable for losses in excess of your initial deposit. Ask for a written risk disclosure statement.
- Exploiting friendship or trust – check it out with someone whose financial advice you can trust; don’t fall for claims that others you know have already invested.
- Exclusive offers, limited supply, special discounts or favors – avoid any offers available just for certain people or claims of urgency due to limited availability.
- Claims of “Interbank Market” trading – avoid companies that offer to trade foreign currency for you in the interbank market, a network of large companies and banks.
- Aggressive sales approach – not taking “no” for an answer, repeated phone calls, threats, urging you to take advantage of a particular trend or event in the market.
- Special credentials, claims of credibility – beware of individuals claiming they have special experience or claiming credibility based on where they work. For example, “Believe me, as a senior vice president of EZY Money Inc., I would never sell an investment that doesn’t produce.
Follow proven principles on your road to financial freedom. The road is not fast nor without some bumps, but believe me; you will be so glad you took this road and found out what’s around the corner. When you first see this road, you know it is not heavily traveled. It never will be, but it is most certainly a great path
This truly is the #BestBusinessEver when you compare this business to any you have owned or operated in the past, but you have to learn how to trade futures properly before you start putting capital at risk.
The Founder of the S&P500 Trading Group is a veteran (enlisted) and knows the value of education. If you have reached this site, you probably notice were are focused on education and learning.
This particular site was started for former military and Law Enforcement. We honor their service and sacrifice and want to help them as they transition to a new career. A career with awesome possibilities. We understand the challenges of vets and LEO’s as they move forward in their career. Let us help.
Dr. Cast has obtained scholarship money through his company for these individuals. This scholarship money is for veterans and Law Enforcement; so please tell us when you call, that you are former LEO or Veteran.
This is part of his commitment to helping returning veterans establish a stable and rewarding career. Also realizing our Law Enforcement Officers face many of the same challenges.
We want you to be financially independent and can show you how to get there. This is our way to honor your service to our country. Thru the years, we have found veterans have many of the skills needed to be a great futures trader. Lets Talk.
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