How many of you TV buffs remember the “Dialing for Dollars” show from the 50s, 60s, and 70s?
Prior to being on TV, DfD originated as a radio program in 1939. It featured the host of the show “randomly” selecting a phone number to call in an attempt to give away money to some lucky listener. If the listener answered the phone with the key password, they won money. (You had to watch the show to know the password).
DfD eventually led to another popular show from the 60s and 70s called Bowling for Dollars.
The difference was in BfD, you actually had to compete at bowling in order to win money.
Today’s equivalent of these iconic TV classics is the investment world’s “Bullying for Dollars” featuring the Wall Street “Club” as its host.
Bullying for Dollars (BFD) uses the same hype as DfD.
They make certain investments sound so attractive that you just can’t help yourself when it comes to “playing the game.” And with the help of a bought-and-paid for financial media circus, they attract a multitude of suckers participants from all walks of life.
The difference is, today’s participants lose more money, at the hands of Wall Street Bullies, than they win.
Wall Street’s secret is simple.
They know Human Nature Never Changes and, as a result, the masses continue to make the same mistakes over and over again.
They’ve perfected the instructions from the back of a shampoo bottle: Wash! Rinse! Repeat!
Are you tired, yet, of being bullied by the financial pros?
If so, check out the newest issue of Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English (HERE).
In it, we don’t just show you how the “Club’s” corruption works…we teach you how to profit from their greed.