A Convicted Stock Manipulators Guide to Investing
Marino Specogna is a convicted stock market manipulator who exposes in a straight forward manner the deceptive techniques used by manipulators and traders to scam your hard earned dollars. The book goes into detail on the factors an individual investing in the stock market should be alerted to, to avoid being scammed. Included in the book are details on company share structure, tricks of manipulators and crooks on how to create share positions, facts never before disclosed in written form. After reading the book an individual will know how a scam deal is initiated, how the scam is furthered and how the manipulator manipulates a stock. The methods of a manipulator are exposed and can be detected by the reader in real time deals currently trading. This book may reveal methods that shock you and will leave you shaking your head in disbelief for a long time to come.
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