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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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The Ultimate Wealth Report is the Ultimate Loss Report

Reviewed By James Stewart on January 26, 2016

Subscribed 3 years, 80% of the recommendations have lost 33-98% to date. He claims you will make money in 12-18 months, not the case since 2013. Beware.

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samuel morreale re: Portfolio's vavlue

Reviewed By samuel morreale on November 13, 2015

As of Oct I ,2015 there were 26 stocks in Sean's portfolio. If one were to have purchased 1 (one) share of each at entry price the total investment would have been $1387.95. The current market price that day would have been worth $717.51. --a decrease in value of 52% Please comment. samcmsax@yahoo.com Thank You

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Not a good practice

Reviewed By Emmanuel De Castro on September 21, 2015, US

I am fully aware that I subscribe to one of their services. Last May 2015, I cancelled Ultimate Wealth Report. I seldom read the email. Today, my wife noticed in our credit card statement that an amount $97 was charged in our credit card. Vendor is High Income Factor. I called High Income and reasoned out that I cancelled it last May. The lady explained to me that I have 2 subscriptions. One from Ultimate Wealth, second is High Income. I explained that I am not aware that I have 2 subscriptions. As far as I know of, I only have one which I already cancelled month ago.

I checked my email. Last Sept 5, 2015, they sent me an email informing me that my subscription to High Income will be renewed if I will not respond within 30 days. I said, today is only Sept 21. 16 days only. below the 30 days . How come they already charged my credit? The lady explained that while the email mentioned 30 days, but it is not always like that. I voiced out that I do not appreciate their misrepresentation. I emphasized to the rep that I am not mad at her but disappointed on how they company is doing their business.

In fairness, the rep said that I will get a refund in 60 days. Let us see if they will hold their words.

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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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