Welcome to my Roger Scott Wealth Press Review!
I have recently been bombarded on YouTube by Roger Scott. Maybe you have as well!
But who is this guy and are his stock/option trading services legit? I am not currently a subscriber, but I am not that impressed from what I see.
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Roger Scott WealthPress Review
Roger Scott is an interesting guy. He even looks a bit interesting! See the video below….
You can find this video and many others that Roger Scott has done here.
Roger Scott is the head trader at WealthPress. He currently trades options but he use to be a hedge fund manager. Apparently he is known for turning $20MM into $700MM in his fund.
It is very hard to verify any of these claims. However, some of the best hedge funds in the world have accomplished this kind of return over 10 – 20 years I think. I find it a little weird that I can’t find any news articles or anything about this guy or this accomplishment though!
Another Roger Scott review that I found claimed that he is lying about everything. They searched the internet etc. and couldn’t verify his claims on anything. However, what if he is operating using a new name to avoid the crazy haters finding him? I know I would….
It is possible Roger Scott is not his real name. For safety reasons. I get abuse just for writing about these guys if I dare to say anything positive!
WealthPress Products and Services
Subscribers are sent ‘trading signals’ in various different services that they offer. These are signals to buy or sell stocks, options and ETF’s.
Roger’s option trading strategies are not simple. Think ‘Iron Condors’, ‘Credit Spreads’ and ‘Long Strangle Spreads’……those kind of crazy strategies!
Not beginner friendly in my opinion.
WealthPress has so many alerts and education services it is crazy. They all have exotic mysterious names that make them sound great.
- Alpha Rotation. This service claims that 2 top mathematicians discovered a secret profit formula for trading….in 1930…..this is used to make money in this service. Weird. You get alerts, watch lists and educational resources. This is an options trading service.
- Billionaire Breakout. This service alerts and trains you on small cap stocks and options.
- Dark Pool Trader. Roger Scott was a Wall Street insider – in this service he finds stocks etc. that have tell tale ‘big money fingerprints’ that allows traders to jump on what the big money institutions are doing.
- The Momentum Factor. Three stock alerts a week and one bond ETF alert.
- Precision Profits $1,497 per year. More options alerts etc.
So many services….all run by Roger Scott? Weird. Apparently he has even more services not on this list!
It seems like Roger is an options trader first and foremost.
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Roger Scott WealthPress Review: Refund Policy
Most stock alerts services are not big on refunds! WealthPress is no different….well it is….it is WORSE! You have to pay them $250 to cancel your subscription! Wow.
I am not saying that this is a sign of some Roger Scott WealthPress scam. I just don’t like this refund policy!
Roger Scott WealthPress Review: Conclusions
Honestly, I don’t know what to make of this service. I don’t want to join and spend $1500 to be ripped off. I join a lot of services like this, so the fact I won’t even try this one is probably all you need to know…..
The fact that Roger Scott has no track record on Google regarding is amazing hedgefund claims doesn’t sit right with me. It may well be completely innocent though. Am I saying that there is a Roger Scott WealthPress scam? No.
You can find a lot of information about Scott and his options trading strategies on his YouTube channel.
I think more research is needed and I will approach them for a free trial in exchange for an honest review (an expansion of this one!).
Personally, I would try a different options alerts service or invest in an options trading course.
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