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Earlier in 2012 I was contacted by a man called Glynn who told me he had developed a system that makes almost limitless amounts of money, entirely risk free.

Obviously I immediately assumed this was yet another of the endless stream of hyped up systems that pass over my desk on a daily basis.

I didn’t give it a second thought until he invited me to meet him, in person, so that he could show me his trading statements to prove what he said was true. He repeated that all his money is made without ever losing and without ever putting his funds at risk.

And he’d made a LOT of money.

I have to admit this intrigued me and so I decided to give him a call.

After chatting with him for twenty minutes on the phone, I booked my ticket and the next day I found myself in sunny Sheffield.

What happened next changed my life.

It turns out that he’s is a qualified financial advisor who has lectured on investments and financial markets.

He has well over 30 years experience of financial markets and throughout that time he has traded Unit trusts, Investment trusts, stocks & shares, Options, Futures, FOREX, CFD’s and ETF’s. He was personally mentored by a private fund manager who specialised in the American financial futures market and for a while he operated exclusively in that field.

Now he mostly plays golf.

After the exchange of pleasantries and cups of tea, we got down to business and the very first thing Glynn did was produce a stack of trading statements, all showing his exact trades and, importantly, profits.

Of course this was impressive but that was just the beginning. He then asked me to sign a non-disclosure agreement because, understandably, he wanted to protect himself. The NDA must have been about ten pages long and basically meant that if I breathed a word of what I was about to learn, I would be stuffed.

Fine with me, I signed it.

Nothing could have prepared me for what I learned that day. To say I was blown away is the understatement of the year.

You see the fundamental problem with most methods of trading and investing is that the investor/trader must be correct in his market view. The market must move in your favour in order to profit and, as we all know, markets can be extremely volatile and unpredictable.

Any investors success or otherwise is therefore at the mercy of factors totally outside his or her control.

Glynn wanted to find a way past the unpredictability of market movement so decided to concentrate on developing a strategy that produced a profit REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE MARKET MOVED UP OR DOWN. After many false starts and much refining, by early 2010 he thought he had cracked it.

By mid 2010 HE KNEW HE HAD.

Well, Glynn taught me his strategy that day and on my way home that evening it dawned on me that I now had an answer to a question that I get asked almost every day…. If all else failed and I had to choose just ONE method to make my living, what would it be?

It would be this one!

So what exactly is it?

Well for a start, this strategy DOES NOT:-

– Invest directly in shares. Buying shares is a gamble because you are at the mercy of factors outside your control. No matter how well informed or how well researched your investment may be, anything can and will happen. You need your chosen share price to move up and of course, as all the advertisements tell you, the price can also go down! Unless you are lucky, very knowledgeable, or have inside information you are simply relying upon fate to determine whether your investment makes a profit or a loss.

– Involve Forex

– Buy anything and HOPE you are right. No hoping that that mining company strikes gold or oil. No hoping that the pharmaceutical company gets a license for its latest wonder drug. No hoping the pound moves against the dollar etc.

– Get involved with complex formulas that are difficult to understand and often don’t work.

– Rely on any wishful thinking.

– Require interpretation of any market signals/indicators

So none of that is involved, instead…

– It is very simple to do and takes just minutes per month to operate leaving you free to enjoy your life.

– It can be used to generate income, capital growth or both.

– It is totally flexible so you can operate it to suit your own personal needs.

– It can be actively managed for greater profits or simply actioned once a month and monitored.

– It generates consistent profit. It’s never had a month which failed to produce a profit despite the most volatile market conditions.

– Results are consistent because of a known factor that repeats itself month after month. There’s no hoping or guessing whatsoever.

– It makes money regardless of how the markets perform. It doesn’t matter whether markets go up or down!

– You are in control of your money at all times.

– You don’t give your money to anyone. You run your own account.

– You can try it in practice mode for as long as you wish before investing your actual capital.

 

Sounds good? It is good. Very good.

Last month one of Glynns students made £11,000 with this. He withdrew £4000 and left the rest in so that next month he can make even more.

But that’s not the half of it.

I’m going to drill down into the actual profits this method produces. Profits made without ever putting capital at risk, without worrying which way the market is going to move, and without spending hours staring at charts or indicators.

You’re going to see why I KNOW this is my personal pension plan and why I’m never going to have to worry about my financial future, even when I fully retire. This is something that has changed my life, the lives of Glynn and his family and friends, and could potentially change your life too.

Put simply, this is the best thing I’ve ever seen, and what I would call a ‘proper’ investment income.

I’ve had a lot of questions and comments and I’ll address those below but for now, let me drill into it in a little more detail.

First, let’s compare the most popular investment choices:

– PUT IT IN THE BANK… and get a steady but derisory 3%. That’s nice and safe but unfortunately your standard of living will be going down because essential bills such as energy are going up 10%-15% and inflation is generally going up 4%-5%. The harsh reality is that this option is untenable. It makes no sense to continue getting 3% PER YEAR whilst your bills are going up more than that. A reduction in your standard of living or a requirement for other means of income is inevitable.

– INVEST WITH TRADITIONAL INSTITUTIONS. Many of us have discovered that although we are programmed to believe that giving our money over to these types of “experts” is the sensible thing to do, the realisation is dawning that actually they are just gambling with our money. They have teams of experts and banks of computer models to help them form considered and calculated opinions, but at the end of the day they are taking a view on the market/a stock and HOPING they are right and as we have we have seen many, many times, no one can know what will happen tomorrow or even today. In 2010 Paul’s personal choice of expert fund kindly turned £20,000 of his money into £17,000 in one year and charged him a fee for doing it. Even if you do like he did and pick a top performing fund at the time, there is no guarantee that they will continue to generate profit. According to research by the Vanguard group, picking a consistently top performing fund is difficult because funds at the top of the tables don’t often stay there. In fact the UK equity funds that were ranked in the top 20% from 2002 to 2006 were almost as likely to end up in the bottom 20% over the next 5 year period!

– ANNUITY. Nice and safe but that is reflected in the relatively low rates available.

– BUY-TO-LET PROPERTY. This has been the choice investment for years. However, times have changed. Capital growth is negligible, if at all, and will be for a long time. Property values soared due to loose lending policies which proved disastrous to the banks. Tighter lending regulations and wary banks mean we are not likely to see a return to “easy” money any time soon. If people can’t borrow, people can’t buy and the whole property ladder stagnates as we are seeing. The rental market is buoyant but typical returns are only 6% p.a gross. With asset growth likely to be low for years, the potential of aggravation from tenants, late/non payments and having to maintain the property, it’s clear that property is now a poor investment… and of course it is very, very difficult to quickly get your money out.
So what’s the alternative?

Ideally we want an investment vehicle that:

– Never puts our capital at risk
– Makes money whether the markets go up or down (or sideways!)
– Allows us immediate access to our funds

The Intelligent Investment Strategy was developed and refined by Glynn to do just that. He is more than happy to show genuinely interested parties his trading statements to prove his consistent profits and, whilst he’s not promising overnight riches, he’s currently, and safely, achieving an average return on capital of 2.4% per month which equates to around 31% per year.

This is simply incredible.

Despite the most volatile and unpredictable market conditions for many years where trillions have been wiped off company/pension values and many professional investment funds have lost fortunes for their clients, this strategy made a profit every month.

And those profits can be withdrawn, or rolled over for capital growth, or both. You are always in full control of your money. The long term capital growth potential of this method is simply staggering and I have already mentioned one of Glynns students who is now making a considerable monthly income whilst growing his capital at the same time.

Also, the amount of time required to operate this method can be as little as ten minutes a month.

Now can you understand why I see method this as my personal pension plan?

So what are they offering exactly?

Glynn and Paul are offering to teach their method to suitable candidates in a one day master class in which there will be only 4-5 students to ensure each student gets the necessary attention.

I’ve already told you about Glynn and Pauls experience and qualifications. One thing I didn’t mention was that Glynn also has a Certificate of Education from Sheffield Hallam University… he’s trained and qualified to teach adults.

Unfortunately though, not everyone will be eligible for this training.

Before you can even register you will be required to speak to Glynn or Paul personally by telephone.

This is for two reasons. Firstly, it will give you an opportunity to get any and all questions you may have answered there and then. Secondly, it will allow Glynn or Paul the opportunity to determine whether or not the training would be right for you. They are not interested in training anyone that they feel may not be able to use what they’ve learned, or would struggle to understand how to do it. They want each student to complete the course with a full understanding of how to work the method.

Of course, it comes with full back up support after the training, and you’ll find that once you’ve learned the basic method, there are advanced strategies for those interested in being more pro-active with the method (and of course making more money from it!).

Here are some of the frequently asked questions I’ve had:

Q) If this is so good, why does he need to sell it?
A) He doesn’t. In fact it wasn’t even his idea to sell it. Glynn is semi retired and spends a lot of time playing golf. Operating the method takes up little of his time so when he was asked if he would be interested in teaching others his method, for a fee of course, it seemed like a good idea. Not only is he helping others achieve financial freedom, he’ll be rewarded for doing so. Keeps him off the golf course for a bit too!

Q) Is there really no risk to your capital?
A) Your capital is only used to enable the transactions to take place, and the way the method works it’s never put at risk.

Q) Is it tax free?
A) This is not spread betting or gambling or anything to do with Betfair. This is trading real financial instruments through a real FSA Regulated broker. Depending on where you reside there are usually tax liabilities on income. I’m looking into whether this can be used as a SIPP.

Q) Is this Forex?
A) This is nothing to do with Forex or signal services. You will be shown a method of trading whereby you make money whichever way the market moves, or even if the market doesn’t move at all. Once you’ve learned the method you’ll have that skill for life. There will be no need to ever subscribe to signal services, or take a gamble on which way the markets are going to move. There will be no need to accept losses as an inevitable consequence of trading either. You will have the ability to control your own financial destiny and you’ll never need to rely on fund managers to tell you where to invest for the future. In short, you will be taking control of your own financial future and once you’ve understood how this works, you’ll wish you had known about this a decade ago!

Q) How much will this cost?
A) The training will cost a one-off fee of £2,997.

Q) Where will be master classes be held?
A) The first two will be in Glynns home town in Sheffield. After that, he will look into hosting them at hotels in the major cities.

Q) How do I find out more?
A) If this is something that might interest you then the next step would be to speak to Paul or Glynn personally.

All you need to do is e-mail Paul for their telephone numbers and website details. There are absolutely no obligations to get involved and all you’ll need to do is have an informal chat to get your questions answered and to make sure this is something that would be suitable for you.

I will personally be attending one of the master classes and will be happy to show my own trading statements.

To contact Paul, simple send him an e-mail at: pbent58@gmail.com

Or telephone: 07407 780834

Or contact Glynn directly on: 07905 906 399

I know this is going to be a life changing event for many of you.

Here’s some testimonials:

“I had my days seminar on PIE yesterday and enjoyed meeting all my fellow aspiring traders . Glynn and Paul were very keen to ensure we all understood things as we went along and I felt totally confident that they would be available from now on if I should need their help. Money well spent in my opinion.” RD

“Hello Paul and Glynn,I am sorry that I have been unable to write to you before now. However, I would like to thank you both for a very enjoyable day and a very interesting and informative course at Rotherham on Tuesday 4th September. Thank you Glynn for the lifts to and from Rotherham to Sheffield.

I am 64 years old, and could be described as a cautious investor. I have always bought shares, unit trusts and investment trusts for the long-term and I viewed income from dividends as an important means of increasing Capital when re-invested. I did not invest in risky Technology shares or Trusts, and so I was unaffected when those type of investments crashed 95% in value. I couldn’t go wrong with that sort of approach, could I ?

Unfortunately, it came to light that “rock solid” Blue Chip investments such as Banks, which were usually highly recommended by advisors and brokers had been reckless with their lending and borrowing policies, and we all know what happened next. Not only did Banking and financial shares plummet in value and suspend dividend payments, but many unit trusts and investment trusts fell heavily in value because they were heavily invested in financial shares, although they continued to charge their Annual fees which added insult to injury.

Some banking shares such as Bradford and Bingley became totally worthless! Interest rate for cash ISAs are a fraction of what they used to be and some experts think that the Bank of England base rate will fall from 0.50% to 0.25% in the foreseeable future, while the rate of inflation will increase sharply if there is QE3 (further money printing).

Your course has completely challenged the way that I think, and I will have to learn a different approach of lateral thinking. I am still a cautious person at heart, but if I could eventually learn to trade an Annual rate of Capital increase of above 18%, then I would be more than happy. I am looking forward to getting started as you recommend, but I must confess to being somewhat nervous about how I will handle a “black swan” day.

I am in the process of selling some of my investments to generate the capital required to open an account with Interactive Brokers.

I hope that I have not rambled on for too long in this e-mail and please accept my apologies if I have.

Many thanks and best wishes” RB

“Thanks for a great day and the start of something very good indeed. Listening to the other people on the day, between us we have tried most of the systems on the market and been mostly disappointed. It was a really nice change to meet “real” people and see “real” trading statements.” MG

“Thanks very much to both you and Glynn for such an excellent course on Tuesday and I can honestly say that I understood everything. Well, no questions yet anyway, although I’m sure there will be once I start opening an account. I much appreciated the way you made sure that everybody understood everything each step along the way.

Many thanks also for picking me up from the hotel and dropping me off at the station,it made things so much easier not to mention cheaper.

I’m just about to open an account so we’ll see how that goes,

once again,many thanks” ST

“Paul I just want to take the time to say a huge thank you for the ongoing support following the course and offer a few words to provide comfort to those who might be thinking about getting involved.

The course itself was a real eye opener and I have no doubt that with experience I will find a way out of the rat race by slowly compounding my gains and building my bank. Not only will I benefit personally and find a way of achieving that work-life balance but I will be able to pass on the knowledge to my children.

I found the style of presentation to be hugely interactive and I was itching to start when I got home. The process of opening an account took a little while longer than I was expecting but I am now well on my way and placing trades.

My first trade yielded a profit of just short of £50 in about a week and I am now sitting on a trade yielding a return of £230. Not bad returns for minimal effort. Both Paul and Glynn are more than happy to explain why they have taken a particular position and have actually prompted me to tell them where I am at in the market, which shows how genuine they really are.” Andy

“Hi Paul, it’s Craig. Been away for 3 weeks but just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for the opportunity to attend the PIE course at the end of July. Really enjoyed the course and am looking forward to setting things up and changing my life for the better. I’ll keep in touch and let you know how I get on. Thanks again, Craig”

“Just wanted to say thank you again for Tuesday, it was a thoroughly enjoyable and absorbing day and a pleasure to meet you both. I think the way you structured the course was great, as although I wasn’t totally confident that I would be able to grasp the strategy at the start, as the day went on, it all clicked into place and became clear as a bell, and I now feel confident that I will be able to use it for years to come without any problem. Many Thanks Jimmie”

“Thank you both for a most informative course yesterday. It was refreshing to find a method that despite its apparent simplicity, is able to make safe and reliable monthly profits! Thanks again for a great day – I would hope to meet up with you both again in the future.” GT

“I would like to thank you guys for really informative and enjoyable course. The strategy is simple yet ingenious and I feel confident that future looks good for myself and family. You hear about so many scams in the investment world that it was joy to find two very sincere, approachable and friendly chaps who really care that you succeed just as they have using the PIE system. I am looking forward to trading the system and will keep you posted with regards to my progress. Thanks again. Regards Cheg”

“I have seen, used, and even perfected my own systems for trading using some of the best advice money can buy, but this system trumps them all hands down! Not only were they great guys, but their system is just genius on so many levels!

This is a system that will turn a very, very healthy and consistent return on your money with no risk attached, whether the markets go up or down. It is so simple you don’t even need trading experience either, just follow the rules. The best thing of all is it doesn’t tie you down to a computer for hours a day, which I have found with so many other systems, just 10 minutes a month is all it takes leaving plenty of time to enjoy a comfortable life. A big thank you, just brilliant!”

71 comments

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Alexis May 29, 2012 at 4:55 am

This method has to be used in UK or is it possible to apply it to any other market outside UK ?

Graham May 29, 2012 at 4:48 pm

This method can be used from anywhere in the world.

speed May 30, 2012 at 10:15 am

hi graham, im quite encouraged by this and sounds like a good long term plan.

as you are ahead of us can you let us know how easy it was to pick up and crucially what sort of results you have been getting, how much and activity you have been putting into it for the gains you are making

are you keeping a log that you can share with your members?

if you can explain ii laymans terms what you so without revealing details that would be great

Graham May 30, 2012 at 12:21 pm

I found it very easy to pick up without having any experience at all at this kind of trading. My results have actually been better than I was expecting considering I have only operated the method once a month, and it takes around ten minutes to do. I’m keeping all my trading statements that I’m happy to share with anyone doing the course but for obvious reasons I can’t share them here without giving away what I’m doing (and breaching the NDA I’ve signed). This month, for example, in the ten minutes I used the system, and using a minimum bank, I made £400. At the moment though I’m doing the basic version of the method which takes very little time and requires hardly any monitoring, but I’m learning more advanced strategies (again with no risk to my capital) where I can potentially increase my returns.

The first master class was yesterday and included a hedge fund manager, a financial advisor (for Lloyds Bank), and a professional sports bettor. All were very impressed indeed and if they choose to give a testimonial once they’ve had some experience with method then I’ll post it up here. It’s worth noting that the hedge fund manager had extensive experience in this field and the sports bettor, like myself, had none.

speed May 30, 2012 at 4:35 pm

thx graham

so min bank £10k, gives £400 or 4%. That is greater than the average 2.4% sp wd

for people thinking of income as well as savings, how could you, or is there greater potential for returns beyond the basic 10 mins per month

can you let us know about advanced strategies?, are they still risk free and withon the reach of the oridinary person

Cheers

Speed

Graham May 31, 2012 at 11:18 am

Hi Speed,

Yes the advanced strategies will allow you to get potentially greater returns and your capital is still never put at risk, it just requires more of your time.

I advise asking Glynn or Paul directly for more details as I’m aware I cannot give too much detail.

Thanks

johnny May 30, 2012 at 5:14 pm

Hi Graham,

I’ve been reading your blog for a few years now,you always come across as a very honest genuine man,and your enthusiasm for this particular system has been up there from the off,i have spoken with both Paul and Glynn,who,again seem very honest open likeable chaps,and i’m on the verge of taking the plunge so to speak,once i raise a little more capital,if i may ask,and forgive me for playing devil’s advocate for a moment here,(when something sounds too good to be true etc..).have you come across any cons (not the dodgy type) at all since you attended the course and started using it?
i.e.
Will the sytem still be around for years to come?
Is the risk free element the initial capital you open an account with,or the ongoing balance you’ll trade with?

Thanks in advance ,
Johnny

Graham May 31, 2012 at 11:26 am

Hi Johnny,

Thanks for your comments. No, I’ve not come across any downside. I was looking forward to seeing what the hedge fund manager thought of it because he has a lot of experience and I had none, so I figured he would be able to pick any holes in it there and then. He was impressed and didn’t come up with any downsides to it either. Trading this financial instrument has been around for decades and I see no reason for it not to continue. The risk free element is your ongoing balance although you could introduce risk if you wish in an attempt to draw more out of it. For example, once you’ve built up suitable profit you could always play with the profit by introducing an element of risk to potentially increase returns even further, it’s very flexible like that, but there’s no need to introduce risk and, at 30% a year, why get greedy?

Ian May 30, 2012 at 9:18 pm

Hi Graham,
Can you confirm the minimum bank is £10,000 to make this worthwhile?
£13,000 may be a bit more than most of us can afford unfortunately!
(assuming the day costs £3,000?)
Thanks.

Graham May 31, 2012 at 11:31 am

Hi Ian,

The broker we use is interactivebrokers.com. They have a minimum deposit requirement of £10,000 so in order to use them, you will need to be able to fund it. These funds are never put at risk. Compared to what most people put away for their pensions, this really is minimal considering the longer term growth potential.

I do understand that many (but not most) will not be able to get involved because of this, but for a big section of my readership this is not a problem.

Hope this helps

eddiem May 31, 2012 at 6:49 am

Hi Graham
It alls sounds very interesting and I will be very interested to see how you all get on with it.
Its just a pity that it costs so much as £3000 to most of the people who read this site will be too much to pay out and then to invest another £10000 is a lot of money, unfortunately its too much for me.
You have said that you are using a minimum bank to make £400 in a month what amount is that?

Anyway as I said looking forward to seeing how it goes.
Best of luck with it.

Graham May 31, 2012 at 11:35 am

Hi Eddie,

I have started with the £10k minimum but will be investing considerably more once my ISA’s that I cashed in last week hit my account. A lot of people assume that their situation is the ‘average’ situation but you might be surprised what the demographic of my readers are Eddie. I wouldn’t have bothered bringing this to the attention of the readership if I believed it was beyond the means of most readers.

Hope this helps

Graham

Michael May 31, 2012 at 1:41 pm

It occurs to me that if someone wants to become involved in this but lacks the capital there is an answer. Interest on a personal loan is currently around 6% to 7%. But if someone were to borrow £13,000 and use that, they should get the following:

Outlay in year one is £3910 (£3,000 for the training and £910 interest at 7%). Profit at 30% on the £10,000 should be around £3,000, giving a net outlay before tax of £910. Paying the interest from elsewhere (income, hopefully) and reinvesting the profits, year two starts with £13,000 capital. Profit on that is £3,900 before tax and interest, £3,000 after the £910 interest.

I realise that in the current climate getting a £13,000 loan may be easier said than done, but its a thought.

Simon June 1, 2012 at 10:16 am

Hi Graham

As a naturally cautious individual I like to see how others fare before taking any action, especially when the outlay is considerable and we only have cryptic reference to the methodology with plenty of information spelling out what it is not rather than what it is. I look forward to some rave reviews. Whilst I appreciate that this may not be for everyone, is there to be an overall limit, ultimately, to the number of people who can gain exposure to this market through these tutors?

Regards

Simon

Graham June 1, 2012 at 2:06 pm

Hi Simon,

The first three students attended on Tuesday so let’s give them a month or two to get to grips with it (as I did) and see what they say. Glynn and Paul will certainly not be doing these master class forever as it’s very time intensive for them but I would imagine certainly for the rest of the summer and then possibly once or twice a year after that.

Cheers

Don McKenzie June 5, 2012 at 4:50 pm

Hi Graham
You say that you have made £400 per month with a £10.000 bank.
If you were to be trained in the advanced criteria what would the cost be and how much could you make.

Graham June 6, 2012 at 11:48 am

You’d need to ask Glynn or Paul directly.

Andy June 14, 2012 at 11:13 pm

Hi Graham,

Have you been paper trading this method since February or live trading?.

Graham June 15, 2012 at 7:56 am

I paper traded the first month and went live from March. I’ve made £830.09 profit in three months, taking roughly 5 minutes a month. That works out at 8.3% return already which, if it continues at this rate, would be 33.2% over the year. And I’m doing the basic, lowest maintenance method, with absolutely no risk at all to my capital. And at a time where global economics are in the crazy house with Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland and Italy looking wobbly as anything!

Amarjit June 15, 2012 at 5:41 pm

Sounds good…but I would hazard a guess that it would appeal more to people with higher level of capital. Let’s say you start with £10k..and for sake of argument you make 3% a month (£300) ..After 1 year you have made £3600.
You have spent 3k on the course though : so net is £600.
The following year you make another £3600…ok.

If you had say £50k capital > then you are looking at 18k a year…but don’t forget that only say around 10k of that is tax free…the rest is taxed as capital gains.

Depends on how you look at it…beats the banks that’s for sure…

Graham June 16, 2012 at 10:05 am

Beats any form of investment I’ve ever come across, and if you compound your bank like any pension plan or ISA type investment then the figures get very attractive indeed.

SiHi June 15, 2012 at 6:34 pm

I’m nearly ready for taking the plunge. Just waiting for Paul and Glynn to confirm dates for the end of July in Sheffield. I live on the South coast but will stay with the folks in Manchester.

I’m itching to get started, it would be great if someone who has attended already could post a review,

Graham June 16, 2012 at 10:06 am

Bear in mind that all attendees have to sign the same NDA that I had to sign so they will be limited in what they can post here. I’ve spoken to one of the attendees that went to the first one and he is very happy. I’ll ask him for some comments.

SiHi June 17, 2012 at 5:34 pm

Yes I’m perfectly fine with that, no problems at all. I spoke to Glynn a couple of weeks ago and he referred to it as a ‘get rich slowly’ scheme which is just what most people will be looking for and I’m sure we all know form experience that get rich quickly schemes only end up in failure!

And Glenn also told me that it’s ok to use this method for your SIPP pensions as well – even better!

Roll on the course day, that will hopefully change my life for the better as I’m sick of earning 3% in the bank BEFORE tax and the value of my personal pensions going down the pan. Get rich slowly – yes please.

Once I’ve been on the course and digested the information and used it for a month, I will be looking to post my feedback on here if that’s ok?

Graham June 18, 2012 at 9:19 am

I’m sure everyone would be pleased to hear your feedback. Thanks

andy napier June 18, 2012 at 6:31 pm

yes please Sihi. I am looking to attend a course in a few months time and would love to view the feedback.

maxreturns June 19, 2012 at 12:35 pm

Hi Graham, can you just clarify your “earnings” from your 10k bank please. Seen some mention of £400 a month, another mention of £830 in three months (is that for March plus April plus May?). Can you please confirm what you made in each individual month, thanks.

Graham June 19, 2012 at 2:39 pm

I’ve made £830.09 profit so far broken down to March/April £96.99, April/May £481.50, May/June £251.60 (so far).

maxreturns June 19, 2012 at 5:05 pm

Thanks Graham, was March\April somewhat lower than April\May due to a shorter period, you being ultra cautious as it was your first go or are the results really that variable month to month? Thanks.

Graham June 20, 2012 at 12:20 pm

It was my first ever live trade so I went ultra cautious. This doesn’t mean there is more risk involved in the others, just more of a chance that I have to react to something. I wanted my first one to involve doing nothing at all so I went for the simplest, safest trade. Having said that, even that was 1% return and you could easily just do that every month for 12% a year with practically no chance of ever having to react to a trade. So my other trades I think are more in line with what I’ll be expecting going forwards.

Tester June 20, 2012 at 2:14 pm

Hi Graham

Just notice this post and looks very “tempting”. As a person not staying in UK, just wondering if the master class requires one to attend it “physically” ? Or can it be done via skype or over the internet using webcam or something similar? If the latter, can this really be done over a day (8 hours??)

In regards to you just spending 10 mins per month applying the strategy, was the reason for not spending n * 10 mins to make n times profit (other words, why not use it multiple times over the month to make more profits?) because the strategy demands that you can only apply the strategy once a month, OR was it cause your full capital is “held-up/committed” once the strategy is applied and needs a month or so before the funds are released back, OR some other reason?

Graham June 20, 2012 at 9:06 pm

Ok those are detailed questions best answered by Glynn or Paul so I recommend giving them a call and asking. The method is geared for people that don’t want, or don’t have the time to trade regularly, but there is an advanced version where you can indeed trade a lot more if you wish to and make a lot more money. This is not something I’ve gone into here because you need to understand and be competent with the basic method before progressing to the advanced stuff.

masterpunter June 20, 2012 at 5:52 pm

hi folks,
i was one of the first attendees in this masterclass and i have nearly next to no clue about trading neither is my english near to perfect. however i took the plunge and just tried it. as i make my living with sportsbetting i can definately make much more than 12% with a bank of 10k at the beginning. However i’m limited to make much more no matter how big the bank is due to well known problems in this industry caused by brown trousers bookmakers.

what you will learn in this masterclass course must be one of the best investment opportunities i’ve ever came across and i thank graham for that. i must admit i had to study it in the hotel 2 times after the course was over but that was caused due to some language barriers (glynn is an absolute expert in this field). but after i had realised what i just did read and read again i knew i had the solution for my pension problems solved.

after i returned home i started my calculations as follows

when i retire in 30 years and i would like to have a minimum standard pension of lets say 2k monthly (dont forget you have more time when you are not at work :-)). Of course 2k is an equivalent of nearly 4,8k in 30 years with 3% inflation.
Now i did calculate which size of money i do need to spend my last 25 years with 2% interest for those last years (Provided i get approx 1k from father state).
I will need an astonishing Amount of 898k to enjoy a “lifestyle” LOL with 2k monthly.
Now the question is how much do i have to save monthly with an moderate interest of lets say 6% yearly.
Answer: a shadow of 900,- !!!!
The total amount of money i have to invest to get to the end of the tunnel is 324k!!!!!

With this method you will be shown you will soon realize (like i did) that1% per month is nearly impossible NOT to achieve. hence the 12% a year is no luck nor any other miracle.

Now consider this. to make this method work you need a miminum amount of 10k. with 12% per year we all know that our money is doubled exactly every 6 years

10k after 6 years is 20k
20k after 6 years is 40k
40k after 6 years is 80k
80k after 6 years is 160k
160k after 6 years is 320k and here we are !!

therefore the VALUE for me is a staggering 310k (320k what i should save during the 30 years if i REALLY want my 2k monthly in 30 years minus the 10k investment).

Like i said i’m not the one with the most experience in any kind of trading but i know it will work. At least for me

I wish you all the best and good Luck

Graham June 20, 2012 at 9:09 pm

Thanks for this although I have to point out that 12% pa is the absolute minimum and the average is actually 30%. Once you’ve traded for a couple of months you’ll see how easy it is. I only went for 1% on my first month because I wanted to be over cautious whilst I got the hang of it. Now I aim for about 2.5% per month and the compounded returns are staggering.

Graham June 22, 2012 at 12:11 pm

Just a quick update, I’ve now made a total of £948.39 profit since placing my first trade on 16th March, so in just over three months I’ve made 9.48% return. Well on target for making 30%+ in twelve months spending than 10 minutes a month actually doing anything!

eddiem June 24, 2012 at 9:24 am

Its looking good Graham.
Can you tell me do you know will your profits be affected by Capital Gains Tax and do you have to pay fees to the broker that you use.
Thanks
Eddie

Graham June 24, 2012 at 12:02 pm

The broker we use has very low fees. I think its something like £1.70 to place a trade. As far as tax is concerned it depends where you reside, what set up you’re using etc. and I believe this is SIPP’able too if you are in the UK.

eddiem June 24, 2012 at 2:39 pm

Thanks Graham look forward to your updates and seeing how others are doing.

Colin Laing June 29, 2012 at 8:52 am

This looks very interesting Graham

The first obvious question is – what effect, if any, will expanding the market by training up more and more people have on the system??

The other question is personal – I am retired and if I tke this up I would like to double up with a younger member of my family ( can two be trained – or if not – are two names acceptable on one application ) – the purpose is of course so that the younger would have continuity without breach of NDS

Look forward to hearing from you

Regards

Colin Laing

Graham June 30, 2012 at 11:47 am

It’ll have absolutely no effect on the market, it’s too big. Regarding the other question, you’re better off asking Glynn or Paul directly.

Colin Laing June 29, 2012 at 8:54 am

Oops sorry I of course meant “NDA”

Ian July 4, 2012 at 6:19 am

Hi Graham,
Just a note to say I attended Glynn & Paul’s one day course yesterday, along with 5 others, and found it to be excellent in every respect.
I can see no down side to this at all, so will put it to the (my!) test and report back in a couple of months.
Thanks for bringing this opportunity to our attention.
Ian

Graham July 4, 2012 at 8:45 am

Aha, thanks for letting me know Ian. Please do keep us informed of your progress. You can see now why I’m so impressed with it!

Alan July 5, 2012 at 7:33 am

Hi Graham
It is said that if something is too good to be true it normally is!
That said, in forex the “Guru’s” always say never trade with money you cannot afford to lose. I have a modest amount of savings so I could not afford to risk and lose it with any trading method. Is this really 100% safe so that I could risk all and be confident in a guarnateed return if I follow the rules?
Thanks for your input on this system.

Graham July 5, 2012 at 12:57 pm

This certainly isn’t too good to be true. In fact many people have turned their noses up at a meagre 30% pa because they are used to much higher returns from betting related products. But this allows you to trade much larger amounts than you could with betting services and therefore make massive long term gains. Yes, if you stick to the rules you never put your capital at risk and when you understand how it works then you’ll know. Having said all of that, it’s your money you’re investing so if you’re not comfortable with this sort of thing then I’d advise to stay away. The best thing to do is speak to Glynn or Paul, express your concerns and see what they have to say.

Melvyn July 5, 2012 at 8:03 am

Hi Graham. Thanks for you positive words about this investment. If I’d saved the money I’ve spent,,, since retiring on a variety of systems!!! I would easily have the £13000 for course and start up now but I will need to build quite a bit before that money is available. I’ll keep trying to get income from my website to reach the minimum investment. I will be following the blog with interest and no doubt envy, over the next weeks/months.
best wishes
Melvyn

Drew July 5, 2012 at 9:34 am

Hi Graham thanks for bringing this to my attention I am considering going on the course,the query I have is that you keep mentioning 10 mins per month why dont you do it for ten mins a week would this not quadruple your profits or am I missing something.

Graham July 5, 2012 at 1:00 pm

The simple answer is… yes it would! But the absolute beauty of this method is the returns available from such minimal amount of time spent doing it, and a lot of my readers either work full time or are too busy playing golf in their retirement to want to spend time trading. But yes, if you wish you can certainly used the more advanced techniques to dip in and out as it suits and certainly increase your income.

Drew July 5, 2012 at 2:19 pm

Is there a cost or extra courses for advanced techniques or is it part of the initial £3000 course.

Graham July 6, 2012 at 9:35 am

I don’t know the details of an advanced course but it would only be for those that have done the initial training anyway.

Steve July 5, 2012 at 11:12 am

I attended the course with Paul and Glynn and they both are very genuine, knowledgeable and approachable blokes. Everything was explained clearly and I would highly recommend it. Looking forward to starting trading with my dummy account and securing my future.

Lyn July 5, 2012 at 11:16 am

May I ask how you can open an account with IB using SIPP money?

And if this is sports betting, same question.

Graham July 5, 2012 at 1:06 pm

Go to the Open account button. On the drop down menu select SIPP. Simples!

uncle arthur July 5, 2012 at 7:24 pm

hi graham,can you post come screenshots of your wins?

Graham July 6, 2012 at 9:37 am

I’d have to figure out a way of doing that without showing the details of the trades, I’ll see what I can do.

uncle arthur July 7, 2012 at 11:55 am

cheer g, is glynn registered with the fsa?

Graham July 7, 2012 at 1:07 pm

They have had the course and manual checked by the FSA for compliance and given the all clear as what they do doesn’t fall under the FSA remit. They offer an educational course, not financial advice or services. You will be responsible for your own trading decisions and actions.

sam July 6, 2012 at 6:10 am

I see it works in any country, look forward to it being available to some of us who live in other places, like downunder OZ !

johnny July 6, 2012 at 9:36 am

Hi all,i’m due to attend the course in August,I’m from an engineering background,and have absolutely no experience of online trading at all,so Glynn and Paul will be working with a blank page (and hopefully not too many blank looks!).

I’ll probably be going in with the minimum start bank,and was wondering if anyone knows if I could transfer my private pension across into a SIPP to boost funds? The pension has been sat dormant since 2007,and is worth around 40k,any help/advice would be great,thanks 🙂

Graham July 6, 2012 at 9:38 am

Hi Johnny, yes we have the number of a financial advisor that could help you with that.

johnny July 6, 2012 at 10:15 am

Brilliant Graham,if you could send it to me,that would be great thanks

Sean July 6, 2012 at 5:05 pm

Hi Graham

One year results look very promising but would you know if this system will also work in the long run too?

Graham July 7, 2012 at 10:36 am

Yes, it worked through a recession where many traders lost their shirts. It works whatever happens to the markets.

SiHi July 6, 2012 at 5:36 pm

same here Graham, I’m going on the course 31st July and I would also like to get my funds out of my underperforming pension funds into something that actually makes a profit>

Graham July 7, 2012 at 10:36 am

Just ask Glynn or Paul on the day. Cheers.

Tony July 7, 2012 at 11:48 pm

Hi Graham

Do we really need £10000 to start? You mention you use interactivebrokers.com with a min of £10k deposit. Can we use someone else with a lower min deposit limit?

Graham July 8, 2012 at 11:52 am

You have to ask yourself if it’ll be worth doing on a smaller bank. Whilst 30% pa is astounding, if you’re only using £1000 bank, that’s only £300 a year!

Tony July 8, 2012 at 10:18 pm

I was looking around the 2-3K mark as its sitting in my cash ISA earning a massive 3% PA for first year only and then down to 0.25% standard WOW. So £300 per year per £1000 is better than £30 and you say theres very little work involved.

Graham July 9, 2012 at 8:33 am

Yes, good point. Unfortunately I’m not aware of any other way of doing it. I think Glynn and Paul looked for other brokers that allowed a smaller deposit but they either didn’t offer the particular market we work in, or the spreads/fees were ridiculous, or there was some other reason why it wasn’t suitable. If you give them a call, they’d be able to advise better than I can.

Lyn July 8, 2012 at 1:45 pm

Please could you say how far the % return could be pushed, if one was willing to put more time and effort in, to maximise it the opportunity?

Graham July 9, 2012 at 8:34 am

You’d need to ask Glynn, I’m just a beginner myself and am only using the basic method at the moment. I’m pretty happy with the returns so far.