I really don't want to bag on Ken Roberts, as the man seems very personable and obviously takes a great deal of time trying to help others make money. He may be a perfectly nice man, in fact, and, I'm sure, many, many people feel like he cares deeply about them.
However... HOWEVER, I became involved with Roberts's company almost a decade ago--I'm actually stunned to see that he is still in this business and "popular"--after the Big Push on the Art Bell show.
Well, I had little to spare but nothing to lose as I had been quite ill and flailing about looking for a "home business" when I encountered Roberts on Art Bell. I wholeheartedly jumped into the system, going further into hock, as I was unable to work a "real job." I studied and I studied--quite enthusiastically, even knowing one other commodities trader who managed for several years to actually make a living at it, although he utilized Larry William's program.
I mean I STUDIED. I have an IQ that is well above normal--well above genius, in fact. But, dang! Even though I put a year's time into it and had purchased just about every Ken Roberts service I could afford (forget the seminars--I got the tapes), I was destined to failure.
Now, some might say that it was just me, that for some reason I was incapable to figure it out. Could be, but the point is well taken that few people who have assets under at least a million dollars can make it in the commodities market.
I spend this time writing this message in the hopes that it might help someone. In my experience--and with my well-above-genius-IQ--it is VERY difficult to make a living at commodities, much less make a killing! The percentage of successes--much ballyhooed in the Roberts tapes (or maybe DVD's/CD's by now!)--has to be VERY small in comparison.
I don't want to lead anyone astray by recommending anyone else, because I am still barely scraping by, after all these years, so I will just leave this message on the note of: Good luck to you! It would be nice if it were easier to live better on this planet, but there is rarely a "quick fix scheme." Maybe one in 250 million. That's just my estimate.
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