Proof of Jeremy’s BS Stock Guidance @Financial Education
Seth shares his thoughts and experience of getting into Jeremy from Financial Education bullshit financial courses and the ridiculous returns he was promising. “If there’s one thing I know: you do not want to mess with Paul on a big…
Seth shares his thoughts and experience of getting into Jeremy from Financial Education bullshit financial courses and the ridiculous returns he was promising.
“If there’s one thing I know: you do not want to mess with Paul on a big time bet like this.
To get you up to speed, Paul and I started this channel four years ago because we were tired of what people were saying on YouTube about investing, specifically some of the con men out there that you’ve probably been listening to.
One of the biggest ones is Jeremy from Financial Education. Jeremy and others like him have developed large followings because they know how to get YouTube clicks. They also claim to be financial investing gurus, which the majority of them are not.
Now, during the last five years, they all LOOKED like financial geniuses. Everything was going up, all the hype stocks were doing great, and the majority of these guys bought a lot of shares of Tesla (TSLA) and got lucky on it. Meanwhile, at Everything Money, we were saying not to buy ANY of this.”
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