Product Name: Insane Curve
Company Name & Contact Details:
Streetwise Publications Ltd,
Tel: 01709 820033
Fax: 01709 360611
“The Next ‘Insane Curve’ Could Make You An Easy £500-£1,500 One Hour Next Week!”
Money Back Guarantee: 30 days
What Do You Get?
– Insane Curve manual
Where To Buy: http://www.streetwisenews.com/insanecurve/
Insane Curve is a system based on what the author (only known as ‘B-K’) calls a “totally new way of trading” that will apparently be as big as forex trading in a few years time. According to the author there are no charts to read and no complex strategies involved.
What Is It All About?
Buying and selling “Altcoins” – the alternative currencies that include Bitcoin.
Do I Need Experience To Make This Work?
No – the manual attempts to teach you how to trade in altcoins.
How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started?
£100 is mentioned – the technique is to increase your initial stake and then trade up.
How Much Money Can I Make?
This is not clear to me. I’m not convinced that I would make any profit.
How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?
This needs many hours of initial study and on-going study coupled with time spent on Twitter. I guess it might need 30-60 minutes per day.
Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This?
Access to the internet via computer and a suitable trading account.
Value For Money?
No, not in my opinion.
Does It Live Up To The Claim In The Promotion?
Not in my opinion.
Quality Of Customer Service:
Not tested. Support is offered and Q&A webinars are mentioned but this was not tested and I was never informed about any further training.
There are dozens of “altcoins” released each month. Most fail but just one or two are successful and rise in value. When they do succeed their price can rocket upwards with huge profits being made by buying and selling at the right time.
This guide is all about looking for these new issues, spotting those that are likely to be successful and trading them. It is looking to “ride the wave on an insane curve as it becomes popular”. They say it can rise faster than any other investment – often tripling or quadrupling. They compare this to trading in Penny Shares.
According to the authors this world (called the Crypto Community) is full of scams and cons as people try to rig the market with false information so that the price will go artificially high so they can profit.
“Pump and Dump” is often mentioned – where the price rises rapidly and then falls back sharply, often ending way below where it started. That fact alone makes me cringe at the thought of getting involved in this murky world.
To get involved you need to set up a suitable trading account and the book spends many pages explaining how and where to do this. The manual then goes into great detail about all aspects of this trading with worked examples.
You also need to get heavily involved with the Crypto Community on Twitter as this is their recommended source of information about new releases and their prospects. I must admit that I found it all rather tedious and boring but that may be because I had little interest in the subject.
The manual ends with an attempt to push a more advanced system that they use. There is no mention of price but no doubt it will be more expensive. It actually portrays this manual as merely a starter for the main course to follow – a very expensive appetiser. They promised further news on this but nothing has been heard.
Results and Conclusion
I did not attempt any trades in altcoins so I have no actual results to report. I can only report my observations about the materials and the concept.
I personally have no interest in this whatsoever. I do not want to get involved in risking my own money in what seems a very murky world. The manual is comprehensive in explaining about trading Altcoin and if you are interested in this type of trading then it will probably help you do so.
Whether it’s worth paying £79 for this is very dubious and I’m sure that much of this information can be found elsewhere on the internet.
Would I buy it – clearly no. Would I recommend it to others to purchase – no. I suppose to many people £79 is not a lot of money but in my opinion there are many better ways to spend your money.