About The Biblical Money Code
The Biblical Money Code is a new investment informational program available from Sean Hyman and internet newsletter publisher Newsmax, who is described as an investment expert and former minister.
According to Hyman in the hour long presentation available on the website, there is a Biblical code which can be used to unlock “vast amounts of wealth,” safely and effectively. He says this system has been used by people throughout history to make money “morally.”
He does address the belief that the Bible says “money is the root of all evil,” and clarifies that the actual verse is that the “love of money is the root of all evil.” Money itself is only evil when you come to it through evil means or use it to do evil things.
The code that he has taken from the Bible to make money, however, will help guide you to make money in a “good” way. Specifically the “ancient Biblical principle” that he wants you to use is the verse which says that you should “look well into investing.”
But looking “well into investing” is actually very difficult, according to The Biblical Money Code. It takes lots of serious effort and many hours to do the necessary research to look into an investment opportunity.
He claims that his newsletter gives you the blueprint you will need to assess stocks quickly and make profits right away, without having to do all the hard work of researching on your own.
In addition, he describes his investment program as being “simple, quick to implement, and fun.” He also claims that his system is incredibly effective, and has turned his father’s $40,000 retirement fund into $396,000.
People who are interested in subscribing to The Ultimate Wealth Report can do so for a discounted rate of $47 for a full year’s subscription.
If you have any experience with this program, please leave your Biblical Money Code reviews below.
60 ‘The Biblical Money Code’ Reviews
A Classic Con!
Does no one apply Occam's Razor anymore?
When you hear a cry for money, think greedy bastard, not Mother Teresa!
Invest for the glory of God, not just or only the "high" return preached
Recently, visited China, news report of their economy in a huge planned transition, where a government think tank came up with a "383" plan reported in the press. The official local Chinese term reported over media outlets in China for the first "3" is actually the same as "Trinity" in Chinese words, in their case: covering the essence of markets, governments, and businesses. Officially, they're mostly not Christians, alright. My concern here with this video recorded message from Sean might seem to be a bit like the Chinese propaganda machine borrowing biblical terms to make money. Two star rating, at least Brother Sean is an openly confessed God fearing "money loving" Christian. We love him alright, too.
Another False Prophet
Sorry no review because as a Christian who knows her bible -I don't have to have a pastor save my soul nor help me make money through good investments. Just like the bible he will appeal to both good and evil off different reasons and be rejected by both for different reasons.
The Bible is very simplistic in its teachings if only people would stop looking to a mere mortal for direction and stop being lazy and expecting someone to do it for you. Follow the teachings of Christ -be a good person - invest in good things by researching the products or company you are investing in and give to those in need rather than tossing a few bucks into a plate each week expecting it will get you rich of get you into Heaven. Be responsible kind and loving -that's the secret and its free.
Fraudulent credit card charges and no support response.
I thought that I would give Sean Hyman's news letter a try.
They billed my credit card for three (3) duplicate charges.
I've been trying to contact them for three days and haven't gotten any response.
I'll give them to the end of the week before I turn this over to my bank's fraud unit and cancel my credit card.
What a pain in the ass!
I did an analysis of all his recommendations from the start of his newsletter and if he hadn't recommended Apple @ $419.45 in July, the net of his other 24 recommendations is about zero return before dividends. I asked for a refund of my subscription 48 hrs. after subscribing.
Seek Wisdom from God not the world
Many will even say this was a scam because they don't believe and have no faith or trust in God, they will give their own opinion of someone instead of their work without even trying it out, immagine if Peter disobeyed Jesus;
New International Version (NIV)
The Temple Tax
24 After Jesus and his disciples arrived in Capernaum, the collectors of the two-drachma temple tax came to Peter and asked, “Doesn’t your teacher pay the temple tax?”
25 “Yes, he does,” he replied.
When Peter came into the house, Jesus was the first to speak. “What do you think, Simon?” he asked. “From whom do the kings of the earth collect duty and taxes—from their own children or from others?”
26 “From others,” Peter answered.
“Then the children are exempt,” Jesus said to him. 27 “But so that we may not cause offense, go to the lake and throw out your line. Take the first fish you catch; open its mouth and you will find a four-drachma coin. Take it and give it to them for my tax and yours.”
Worth watching if you have nothing better to do. But caveat emptor.....
I actually was able to back up and move forward in the video, and I decided before I watched it not to buy anything. I did write down some of the things he said, as I am absolutely NOT any kind of investor yet and am doing my "due diligence" to discover how it is done. But I don't think it hurt me to watch the video, since I was bored to tears anyway and it couldn't have been any worse at the time! I got some interesting points to work at becoming more educated on. Could have been better, but what the heck. At least he wasn't yelling or cursing or saying awful things about other people.
Responsible and Accountable
Folks, it may not be a bad idea to try the brochure once, however, ultimately you need to educate yourself if you intend to invest. Take responsibility for your own money and actions, study, research, and then invest. But don't rely on one guy to make you rich. If it fails, you'll hate the guy and yourself. Do yourself a favor and learn about the industry before investing and then start small and work your way up. Also, it helps to choose a good financial advisor (I use one a Chase) to consult with you. Utilize a 401k, 403b, deferred comp, TSP, IRA, or whatever you can. But do your homework before jumping into something like this before you lose your shirt. And start asap. Don't wait, and stick with it if you intend your investment to grow. You'll thank me someday...
I heard a commercial on the radio for this during the "RUSH" show.I don't
know if he endorses it or not.But no matter what you do it's a gamlble.It's
just how big or small it is?But it would be nice to be able to trust someone
in this world!
ive used it it works turned 10k into 86700.00 in 6 months & gave 10k to a local charity feels good
One Big Scam
This is Kevin Trudeau in sheep's clothing! True Christians share they don't sell in the name of the Bible. Use some common sense folks!
This guy is sick for money that's why he wants so much from us.
Is a documented track record available?
A Good Supplement
I work with a wonderful investor. He never touches the principal and only "plays" with the earnings. I have been investing for 20 years with him and have not lost a penny. Of course, this type of investing doesn't net huge gains, but I sleep well at night. You definitely do need to look "well into investing", which is why I like this newsletter. It's just another perspective and a good tool for comparing to other market strategies. I would never put my eggs in one basket, but I will take the time to analyze what Sean is "preaching". I don't see anything wrong with a Christian approach to investing...there are certainly lots of devils out there who are not being ridiculed this way. There's nothing cheesy about Sean sharing his thoughts on investing...no one is forced to buy and really, if it was free, would you think it was all that credible? $47 for a year of smart advice is not outrageous.
Hurray for the philanthropist
If he is such an expert investor, giving away all this money because he can, he is surely making more than enough money through other means than selling his advice.
So why, being such a morally good and christian person, does he not give it away for free? Why is he doing this? Is it another stroke of philanthropy, helping others? Or is it a way to make money?
I can understand charging for giving help if it is your means of sustaining yourself. But if this is his means of sustaining himself, then he is hardly a very good investor and thus his advice should not be very valuable.
On the other hand, if it is not his means of sustaining himself, why charge for this advice? Greed?
Real Free Advice
Here's an easy way to start investing.
1. Find work for an employer who has a 401k matching contribution. Get hired, invest in that and get that free money.
2. Pay off your debt, even at the expense of all luxuries.
2. Save up at least $2500 and put that money in a mutual fund portfolio, managed by an advisors group. If you ever quit working for the company that sponsors your 401k, you can rollover into this fund.
If you start at 20, you will retire very nicely. This can be done an a very modest income. The real key is to be a person of good character. If you would rather indulge in the vices of life, you will end up regretful, reading wealth scam reviews on the internet in a desperate attempt to reverse decades of bad decisions.
HE IS MAKING HOW MUCH FROM EACH SALE LETS SEE WHAT CAN I SELL
beware, DOES SOMETHNG MAKE U FEEL UNEASY, HOLYGHOST YES
if you worked for your money and lived for God God will take care of you, if God thinks you need a lot of money then he will give it to you,
u do not need to play money to live well you Need God
1 Timothy 6:10
For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
I believe no man should owe no man as the verses tell us owe no man, stock market is not really trusting in God , it is trusting in a market that is failing today
beware of anyone selling something, ,by the way if your giving away 50 thousand i could use some while your at it ty
Look well into this matter
It would behoove anyone who has taken precious time to listen to Hyman's long presentation to take his top advice and "look well into this matter". The material he presented was unapologetically repetitive and redundant. Ten minutes was all he needed, but he took 6 times longer. Anything that is really worthy of your resources bears its own advertising and does not require a hard sell. Buyer beware and apply due diligence as Hyman advises.
As I listened to Hyman talk about his $50,000 acts of philanthropy, I found myself thinking "of the millions he makes every year?? that's it??" The things that make you go hmm...
Whether any one chooses to subscribe or not is not my point. When analyzing what he talked about in the hour some very important information was said. How to understand and apply it is important.
When you think about the majority of the people and myself included, I have no real idea where to get started into investing. I have a Father who has been successful with investments I can bounce ideas off of and most of his information has been similar to what Sean said. The first thing I found appealing to this is Sean did not promote a get rich quick scheme like many are accusing. The average investment he recommends if you have ever seen him on tv is to hold a stock for 12-18 months. When you think about a 10-100% return in that time period it is a realistic hope. Get rich schemes around stocks typically focus around day trading and bubble's like he points out. it is important to know he in know way guaranteed anyone anything except for information and advice. You make the choice on what you do with your money. When you think of his cost for a information source it is an appealing deal I am having to strongly consider at 47-97 for a year.
My original appeal and what made me watch the whole thing was a teacher I had. He was in financial trouble earlier in his life and was able to turn it around to being able to retire at will by similar methods. A lot of it was based around dividend earnings. The important parts to take away from his video is it is hard to retire when you sit on your money and it is easy to lose everything when you follow trends. The promotion to research I felt was appealing as well. Maybe I am just too trusting and nice but I felt his video was a great promotion of getting people to think about their financial future, how to stay away from horrible decisions, and to spend time educating yourself so you can make educated choices.
You might be surprised...
I'm glad I read these reviews after subscribing to Sean Hyman's newsletter rather than before. I might never have subscribed, and I would have missed out on a greatly increased awareness of how investments are made and how a contrarian investment policy works. If you subscribe, one if the things you get is weekly videos where Sean talks you through his current portfolio. He's not a slick presenter, in fact he comes across as a rather poor public speaker--rambling delivery, sometimes ungrammatical, and very repetitive. But he mostly talks sense, and two recent picks were closed out after making 30% and 50% gains in well under a year. I have no connection whatever with Newsmax, his publisher, and I am glad not to! The only downside to my subscription has been the flood tide of spam that started the next day. If you subscribe, I recommend you to set up a special account at one of the free email services so that you can identify spam resulting from your subscription and set it up to accept ONLY the newsletter. YHBW.