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Stock Guru YouTube James Farhat @jamyies stockguru.us Stock Guru Master Academy Investing Course fakes his wealth and success to sell his online trading course

*Author of original report: Stock Guru YouTube James Farhat @jamyies stockguru.us Stock Guru Master Academy Investing Course fakes his wealth and success to sell his online trading course

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James Farhat from Australia, also known as Stock Guru on Youtube, @jamyies on Twitter, stockguru on Gumroad is a disohnest marketer and fake-it-until-you-make-it multimillionaire, and positive thinking guru. He sells a $333 online course and a $5,000/mo mastermind for investing via his YouTube Channel and seminars.

"17 years business and investing experiece, semi-retired multi-millionaire, I'll go through and talk about the stock market..."

James is pushing his $333 course while analyzing trending stocks often dressed in bathrobe and filming from luxury rentals. James is smart to be doing this in a bull market. Everyone is a genius in a bull market and in making money.

James introduces scarcity by letting viewers that "his producers" will soon increase the $333 course to $3,000! Hence, pushing viewers to buy the course which is good for everyone ofcourse (from beginners to advanced stock traders). 

He is filming form luxury rental locations and villas pretending to be his own properties. James has his own chef/maid/doctor/bodyguard while those services are often available in the rental package.





In essence James is misreprresenting his wealth and resources to market the course while providing charismatic stock market analysis. His course "has been taken 15,500 Students" yet he has less than 70 reviews... you be the judge.

If you're a lying for somehting so triviallly discoverabe, what else are you lying about.

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Stock Guru YouTube James Farhat @jamyies stockguru.us Stock Guru Master Academy Investing Course fakes his wealth and success to sell his online trading course

AUTHOR: Epsilon - (United States)

POSTED: Sunday, January 10, 2021

James Farhat, originally from Australia, also known as Stock Guru on YouTube, @jamyies on Twitter, stockguru on Gumroad is a dishonest marketer. He is a fake-it-until-you-make-it multimillionaire and "positive thinking" guru. James sells a $333 online course and a $5,000/mo mastermind for investing through his YouTube channel and seminars.

"17 years business and investing experience, semi-retired multi-millionaire, I'll go through and talk about the stock market..."

James is pushing his $333 course while analyzing trending stocks (UBER, TSLA, NIO, CRISPR, AAPL, ABNB, PFE, U, MTCH, MSFT, GOOGL, etc) often dressed in bathrobe and filming from luxury rentals. James is smart to be doing this in a bull market. Everyone could be a genius in a bull market.

James preaches abundance of money and opportunities while introducing scarcity strategy by letting viewers know that "his producers" will soon increase the $333 course to $3,000! Therefore, pushing viewers to convert and buy the course before the price increases ;) just like the stock market. Surprisingly, James is recommending his 8 part course to everyone (from beginners to advanced stock traders).

James is filming his YouTube videos from luxury rental locations and villas. Furthermore, James talks about his personal chef/maid/doctor/bodyguard while those services are often available in the rental package.

In essence, James is misrepresenting his wealth and resources to market his courses while providing charismatic stock market analysis and technical analysis (charting, indicators, support, resistance lines, etc). His course "has been taken by 15,500 Students" yet he has less than 70 reviews... you be the judge.

James likes Tony Robbins and that can be seen in the vibe and energy of his channel.

James claims to have multiple income streams as well as restaurants and franchises in the past. Now he is a "semi-retired multi-millionaire" and focusing on helping his students invest in the stock market.

If James is lying for something so trivially discoverable, what else is he lying about... 

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