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About Ultimate Wealth Report

The Ultimate Wealth Report is new financial report available through Newsmax and written by Sean Hyman, who previously wrote and promoted the financial newsletter The Biblical Money Code.

Sean Hyman is a financial investor who used to work for the well known company Charles Schwab. He branched out on his own with the publication The Biblical Money Code.

This was an investment strategy Hyman endorsed which said that people would make money if they just looked to the advice of the Bible to discover a “good” way to invest, which was by following the verse of the Bible which directed people to “look well into investing.”

Hyman said this meant that people should really research their investing opportunities inside and out before investing, and since most people didn’t have time to do the necessary legwork, they could rely on his financial reports to inform their choices.

Hiis new newsletter, the Ultimate Wealth Report, is also available from Newsmax, a publisher of online newsletters that is also responsible for the Aftershock and Robert Wiedemer publications.

Hyman’s new publication says that most investor strategies are stuck in the past, utilizing old attitudes and knowledge. Hyman says the best investment principles will come from truly understanding and utilizing the current economic policies of the Obama administration.

He says that companies which promise returns of 200% or more are high risk investments which come with too much probability of losing your money. His investment choices focus on solid returns of 15 – 20% on a regular, sustainable basis.

He also promises that his newest stock choice is guaranteed to go up 80% over the course of the next four weeks, due specifically to the current market and the dollar’s decline in value.

Customers who are interested in this information can sign up to receive Sean Hyman’s monthly newsletters for just $47 a year, which breaks down to less than $4 a month.

If you have any experience with this newsletter, please leave your Ultimate Wealth Report reviews below.

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Short

Reviewed By Rodney Shell on December 9, 2014

Be sure to short his picks first

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Appears to be a Dangerous Site

Reviewed By E Wade Fernihough on November 2, 2014

I thought I singed up for his newsletter but have now been charged $400 in 2 months and am not pleased

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Exactly What I've Been Seeking

Reviewed By Rodney Fazenbaker on June 17, 2014

For years I have sought a no nonsense and Biblically-minded advisor to just tell me what to buy/sell and when to buy/sell it. Sean does exactly that, but more than that, teaches me through weekly videos and a monthly newsletter his methodology for choosing the stocks he chooses. I wasn't looking for this, but it helps me understand, and therefore trust, Sean's decisions. In the end, the decisions are mine. Sean doesn't touch my money or make my trades. He simply advices me, but it is up to me to "pull the trigger."

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very educational & helpful

Reviewed By KH Yee on January 11, 2014

it is very good especially when he explain the portfolio using the charts. This is not a get rich quick scheme. The time horizon is to buy & hold for 12 to 18 month. He tells people when to buy and at what price and more importantly when to sell. Just this past two week he issued two calls to sell (BP, TOT, FCX & MT) as an example.
In the above article the author wrote quote "He also promises that his newest stock choice is guaranteed to go up 80% over the course of the next four weeks, due specifically to the current market and the dollar’s decline in value." unquote. I wonder which stock was it that he is talking about. I have listened to all his weekly update since October when I joined and have never heard him say that sort of claim. I am even investing in some of the stocks that is in the recommended list.

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Ultimate Wealth Report Scam

Reviewed By Mark Russell on December 31, 2013

I paid 47 dollars for a one year subscription to Sean Hyman's Ultimate Wealth Report. Now three months into the subscription, Newsmax has charged my credit card 97 dollars for no aparent reason. I do like Sean Hyman but he is employed by Newsmax and they are out to steal your money now that they have your credit card information. Be careful.

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Ken Worthey
February 20, 2014

the reason you got chargted $97 is because you didn't select 1yr. on the registration form! that price ($97) was for two yrs!! A GREAT bargaib In my opinoin!! I have been a well pleased member for about 10 months now,&just renewed both my subscriptions (UWR&Absolute Profits) for 2 yrs each!!! sorry you missed out on such a great price!! I plan to stay with SEAN HYMAN until I Die!!! Best stock advice i have found,in 30 yrs of Investing!!!!!

Melissa Kirkland Jaynes
June 11, 2014

Or it could be because you chose to add the High Income Factor and did not tell them you wanted to cancel it. I just watched the video for the first time and I read where it says they will charge you $97 after three months for a year's subscription to that letter. Hope you get it worked out!

August 20, 2014

I canceled the High Income Factor also before I was charged the $97 since I didn't have time to read both websites. Since then I haven't been charged anything else.

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