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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2004
Publisher Marathon International Book Company
ISBN 1928877028 ISBN13 9781928877028
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Reviews - What do customers think about Guaranteed Profits With Small Stocks: The Only Stock Market Investment System That Comes With a $5,000 Guarantee?
One Star, is being kind Apr 29, 2008
Save the money and just buy his newsletter if you really must, the book basically an advertizement for the newsletter. As one of my old bosses used to say .. it's easier to make a million dollars by getting $1.00 from a million people than a million dollars from one person. Rather than putting the $ into this newletter ..There is a newsletter out there that has been rating investment stock/equity newsletters performance for well over ten years, probably like mutual funds ratings - I've read of it I never subscribe to it though - that would be my starting point ... before I starting investing in newsletter. I would be getting a subscription to the newsletter that rates the other newsletter, initially before I bought Bowsers. I read yesterday, "there are special software companies" (source of information below) out there that blocks negative reviews that are published on the internet for a fee of course - so don't put to much weight on no negative comments absent from the internet sites - specifically this information comes from Taking Stock byline? Malcome Berko, the article in question there was Optionnetics program .. in the Gainesville Sun, newspaper, Monday April 28, 2008, I believe his articles are syndicated in many newspapers - hard copy.
Misleading title........ Jul 1, 2006
Where's the system? You're not going to find it in this book.Buy the newsletter Mr.Bowser is preaching about,maybe you'll find it in there.This book is basically an introductory offer to the newsletter.Misleading title,very dissappointed reading it.....
Scam Oct 20, 2005
Do not buy this book. All these positive reviews look very similar. The titles are all in capital letters. Obviously a scam just the title is. If it sounds too good to be true it usuall is!
The Other Negative Reviews are Right Jan 27, 2005
As I see it there can only be three categories of people writing positive reviews for this book. 1. Mr. Bowser himself. 2. Mr. Bowser writing under a pseudonym. 3. Someone else that Mr. Bowser got to write a positive review.
Not what I'd consider a book on investing Nov 15, 2004
I recently purchased this book, having been curious upon seeing its title. I assumed that I'd be purchasing a book that explained the hows and whys of an investment system.
I must say that I'm extremely disappointed. The book appears to me to be a justification for why Bowser's "investment system" is a good idea compared to traditional "large cap" stocks or mutual funds. I didn't see anything that struck me as actually explaining the system itself. What I did notice was the book's mention that "all you need to get started" is to subscribe to Bowser's newletter for $54 a year and see his specific stock recommendations. In my opinion this book is not a description of a "system" - it seems to me more like an advertisement for another, more expensive product.
I didn't find anything of value in this book, other than the general sentiments that "sometimes Wall Street misses a bargain", and "don't invest all your money in one stock". Worthy points, but not what I was expecting out of the book. I don't see anything that I'd consider unique investment advice in this book.